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Wednesday October 5, 2022

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Thursday October 6, 2022

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Join us for Young Adult Lab: Zine Club, a free drop-in art making program for young adults. All supplies will be provided by the CAC.

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 7, 2022

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Saturday October 8, 2022

Photographer Damon Wilson leads a tour through downtown Cincinnati where he shows how to capture the locations recorded by Curtis Gates Lloyd 100 years ago, demonstrating Lloyd’s techniques and style.

As part of Made In Camp, Curators Gregory and Molina will work collaboratively with the public to identify ways in which their phones can be instruments for photographic tenderness.

Thursday October 13, 2022

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Saturday October 15, 2022

“Peace by Piece”, a workshop conducted by the artist where participants create individual segments of a larger portrait that is revealed when the components are assembled. For children and adults.

Families and children will have fun visiting themed craft and activity stations to further their underwater excursion.

Thursday October 20, 2022

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Saturday October 22, 2022

Darren Lee Miller shares the techniques he uses in creating his on-location portraits. He will emphasize his role as “photo technician and a careful listener” to create images together.

Sunday October 23, 2022

Guests of all ages will learn about the basics of nature photography while interacting with various Cincinnati Nature Center volunteer photographers. Rain or Shine event.

Thursday October 27, 2022

Subject checks in with the “stars” of some of the most significant documentaries of the past few decades – Capturing the Friedmans, Hoop Dreams, Minding the Gap, The Square, The Staircase, and The Wolfpack.

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 28, 2022

Highlights of this always-popular program include Midwaste/em> by FotoFocus artist Liz Roberts and heron 1954-2002/em> by Alexis McCrimmon, an editor in the Wexner Center’s Film/Video Studio and the sound designer on Midwaste/em>.

Centered on Slave to the Sirens, the Middle East’s first all-female metal band, Sirens follows the band’s founders and guitarists as they try to navigate staying bandmates and friends after their romantic relationship with each other has ended.

Saturday October 29, 2022

A program of the group’s early short films from the mid ‘60s to the mid ‘80s. Made against the backdrop of long-term civil war, they offer a remarkable glimpse into this seldom seen moment in film history.  

A program of the group’s early short films from the mid ‘60s to the mid ‘80s. Made against the backdrop of long-term civil war, they offer a remarkable glimpse into this seldom seen moment in film history.

Examine the economic and cultural forces at play on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i through a kaleidoscopic collage of home movies from four generations of director Anthony Banua-Simon’s family, Clips from numerous Hollywood productions, and troves of found footage.

Filmmaker Jon-Sesrie Goff returns to the plot of South Carolina land that has been in his family since the 1860s to explore ideas of Black inheritance, generational wisdom and collective history.

Sunday October 30, 2022

An eclectic program of short films that are unified by the filmmaker's deep sense of inquisitiveness and playful point of view, including The Universal Language/em>, a look at the history of the utopian language Esperanto.

A provocative and powerful new documentary that looks at why nations struggle to acknowledge problematic aspects of their own history, focused on a 1948 massacre that's alleged to have occurred during Israel's founding.

Monday October 31, 2022

The new film by renowned Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzmán documents the massive social protest movement that swept Chile from 2019-2021 and led to the regime-changing election of a new left-wing coalition.

Saturday November 5, 2022

Inspired by the Wex’s fall 2022 exhibitions, Carlos Motta: Your Monsters, Our Idols and Sharing Circles: Carol Newhouse and the WomanShare Collective, this participatory gathering invites collective exploration of place and community through queer and decolonial lenses. More details coming soon, visit www.wexarts.org for updates!