A Blade of Grass Partners With ALL ARTS For Film Series Dedicated to Socially Engaged Art

A Blade of Grass x ALL ARTS

We are pleased to announce our partnership with ALL ARTS, an arts and cultural platform created by WNET, to release a curated series of A Blade of Grass Films that explore the beauty, range, and impact of socially engaged artists, produced in collaboration with RAVA Films. Organized by month-long themes of Black Self-Determination, Criminal Justice, Cultural Identity, and Alternative Futures, beginning July 27th through November 2020, a new film will be released on Monday each week, including the premier of films for artists Jordan Weber, Gregory Sale, Miguel Luciano, and Frances Whitehead.

A Blade of Grass Films will be available to stream, for free, via a dedicated page on allarts.org; ALL ARTS mobile (Apple and Android) and streaming (Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire) apps; and, in the New York tri-state area, broadcast on the ALL ARTS channel.


Black Self-Determination

July 27 (Premiere): Jordan Weber, 4MXGreenhouse, North Omaha, NE
August 3: The Black School, Brooklyn
August 10: Our Mothers’ Kitchens, Philadelphia
August 17: Adaku Utah, Harriet’s Apothecary, Brooklyn


Criminal Justice

August 24 (Premiere): Gregory Sale, Future IDs at Alcatraz, San Francisco
August 31: jackie sumell, Solitary Gardens, New Orleans
September 7: Rachel Barnard, The Fair, New York City
September 14: Courtney Bowles & Mark Strandquist, ReEntry Thinktank, Philadelphia


Cultural Identity

September 21 (Premiere): Miguel Luciano, Mapping Resistance: The Young Lords in El Barrio, New York City
September 28: Chinatown Art Brigade, New York City
October 5: Ronny Quevedo, Higher Sails, New York City
October 12: Rulan Tangen, seeds: ReGeneration, Four Corners Region


Alternative Futures

October 19: Frances Whitehead, Fruit Futures Initiative Gary (FFIG), Gary, IN
October 26: Stephanie Dinkins, Project al-Khwarizmi (PAK), New York City
November 2 (Premiere): Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, New York City
November 9: Las Imaginistas, Hacemos La Ciudad (We Make the City), Brownsville, TX

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