Southcoast Spring Arts; Kittacuck Speaks Film Screening & Discussion
Developing a Blue Mind: Kittacuck Speaks Film Screening & Discussion
Thursday, May 12, 7:00-8:00pm
in the MAC Theater
$5 per person
Capacity: 60 people
Join Friends of the Blackstone, a nonprofit environmental organization, for a screening of their new short film, Kittacuck Speaks. Instead of the dominant, industrially focused narrative about the Blackstone river, the Native American-named Kittacuck, the film presents a story told by the river itself. Kittacuck Speaks was written and narrated by Nipmuc tribe member Bruce Curliss, with videography and editing by Gian Mancini. At the event, meet directors Vincent Mancini and John Marsland, and learn what it means to maintain a Blue Mind, a concept developed by Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, in which we become stewards of our planet and live in harmony with the natural world.