RiverBlue chronicles an unprecedented, 3 year around the-world river adventure that follows paddler and renowned river conservationist, Mark Angelo, as he travels down some of the worldв’s greatest rivers, as well as some of the most polluted. In the midst of an amazing journey, he and his crew uncover the dark side of the global fashion industry. The dumping of toxic chemical waste from the manufacturing of our clothing, by some of the our favorite brands, is one of the worldв’s mostВ massive polluting problems, and it has flown largely under the radar, until now. Directed by David McIlvride. Produced by Roger Williams and Lisa Mazzotta.
As part of the screening, aВ select group of audienceВ members will be invited to take part in an interactive film viewing event, through HARVIS, a mobile web application that empowers individuals to share their perspectives and be activeВ participants in collective action-oriented dialogue by capturing their real-time emotional responses to the film.If you would like to take part in this interactive event, please email Lisa – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, March 22, 3:00 p.m.
No reservations required. Tickets to the World Water Day program are $5 general; $4 members, seniors, and students.
Please note that this ticket price is for the film program and reception only and does not include admission to the museumв’s galleries.
National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave., NW (Metro: Metro Center)
Thanks to the Bernstein Family Foundation for their support of this two-part program and reception.