Essential Workers: Campesinos & #LaborEsencial

Virtual Gallery Talks: Film Screening

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Friday, March 19, 2021,
6pm - 7pm

Online via Zoom

$5 General | Free for MAH Members & Exhibiting Artists

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Learn more about the artworks and themes of our new community-sourced exhibition, In These Uncertain Times, in our weekly Virtual Gallery series.

As we await the day we can welcome you back inside the museum to experience the exhibition for yourself, join exhibiting artists and MAH staff for an hour of art and conversation.

RSVP on Eventbrite for new topics every week as we highlight the artwork and creative process of individuals from across Santa Cruz County. So grab a drink, a cup of tea, or order your favorite local take out and join us every Friday at 6pm.

March 19th: Virtual Film Screening

A night of short films featured in the exhibition highlighting the creativity and compassion of Santa Cruz County during this global pandemic.

Featured Films

Essential Workers: Campesinos & #LaborEsencial

Essential Workers: Campesinos & #LaborEsencial

By Gabriel Medina

I was invited to join a caravan of artist, activists, and leaders from Watsonville, CA who wanted to thank and show our appreciation for our farm workers.”

Re/Fraction By Madison McGain

Re/Fraction

By Madison McGain

“It’s an attempt to reconcile with the experiences of the last 6 months. To consider the impact of western society’s culture of separation and avoidance of mortality. My experience of the pandemic has led me to understand nature as a constant reminder of ephemerality and to acknowledge the profoundly beautiful side of impermanence.”

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Fear is a Virus

By Erin Single

“This experimental film originated out of a personal response to the alienated environment and unsettling temporality suddenly imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It complicates the performance of everyday life and vanity in times of apocalypse.”

How Do You Spend Your Time in Quarantine? By Marilia Kaisar

How Do You Spend Your Time in Quarantine?

By Marilia Kaisar

"This video essay traces my own personal routine of walking through different landscapes of Santa Cruz and reflects on being in between languages and continents. It is an attempt to portray the experience of being quarantined across borders in an unfamiliar country with a foreign language and culture. To disconnect from the screen and reconnect with nature and myself.”

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Schedule of Virtual Gallery Talks