Be inspired by a night of short films about Indiana’s wild beauty…and passionate defenders of wild places across the country.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 | 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. | the historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater | Bloomington, Indiana
Enjoy a night of music, enticing raffle prizes, and networking with people who love Indiana’s wild places!
$25 (including IFA members)
$15 (students with ID)
$10 (youth 12 and under)
*** [Eating dinner before the event is advised: snacks & drinks are available at the theater concession stand].***
MUSIC: Forest Gras: rock n’ roll & blues
FILM: A Letter to Congress: An artistic interpretation of writer Wallace Stegner’s 1960 wilderness treatise.
FILM: Onwards Ever: Indianapolis residents creatively imagine the future of the White River (produced by Indiana Humanities).
FILM: Lost in Light: With less light pollution, see what heavens are visible.
FILM: Renewal: Think Like a Scientist: In Washington state, a tribal leader reflects on a river given new life after a dam removal.
INTERMISSION [Drinks & concessions available for sale]
MUSIC: The Hammer and The Hatchet: bluegrass Americana
FILM: Our Imperiled Forests: An animated snapshot of the fight for Indiana’s public forests (produced by IFA).
FILM: Our National Parks belong to everyone. So why are they so white? Including all in the experience of nature.
FILM: The Last Green Thread: Conservationists travel a Florida corridor, witnessing the struggle between animal survival and sprawling development.
FILM: Indiana’s Wild Landscape: a vivid visual journey across the Hoosier landscapes, habitats, and seasons that we know and love (produced by WTIU).
CALL TO ACTION: Jeff Stant, IFA Executive Director
Organized by the South Yuba River Citizens League in California.
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February 17, 2019
6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.