A+D Film Series: The Black Museum

Season 6 continues Wednesday, February 20th with The Black Museum. Doors open at 6pm, guest presentation (Burlington location) and film begins at 6:30pm.

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We've included the poster for this event for your distribution. Visit our films page on our website for a full description and more information at www.ADfilmseries.org.

*** Guest Speaker (Burlington Location): Lydia Clemmons, Executive Director, Clemmons Family Farm

Lydia is the eldest daughter of Dr. Jackson and Mrs. Lydia Clemmons, who have owned the 148-acre Clemmons Family Farm located in Charlotte, VT since 1962.  Lydia will talk about the farm’s partnership with Zena Howard, FAIA, one of the lead architects of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Zena is a Principal, Shareholder, and Managing Director of the North Carolina practice of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will. She has graciously offered her expertise to help the work to preservation and creative placemaking work for the farm’s early 19th century Big Barn as a unique space for future African-American and African diaspora visual arts, performing arts and educational programs. The Clemmons Family Farm is one of just 0.4% of all farms in the United States that are African American-owned.

Screening will take place simultaneously at two locations:

Contois Auditorium, 149 Church Street, Burlington VT 05401

118 Elliot St, Brattleboro, VT 05301