Please join us, on Saturday, May 9, for an evening of short film and conversation. As part of the The Dissidents, the Displaced, and the Outliers curator Dorothy Santos will be presenting a selection of short documentaries and artistic works outdoors under the night sky.
This outdoor film salon will shed light on the effects of gentrification for Bay Area residents, the stories of those that have been evicted, as well as works exploring how technology and our connectivity to the rest of the world, quite literally, leaves many behind without resources and more questions in order to survive.
This event is free, all ages, and open to the public. RSVP →
If you haven’t yet had a chance to see the exhibition, tomorrow will be an excellent opportunity to visit Random Parts and enjoy Dorothy Santos’s beautifully curated partnership with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and work by Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, Eliza Barrios, COLL.EO, Leslie Dreyer, Tom Loughlin, and Elizabeth Travelslight.
More information about The Dissidents, the Displaced, and the Outliers here →