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Lost Waterways of Winston-Salem Film Screening & Panel Discussion

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a/perture cinema

311 West 4th Street

Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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When: Thursday, Sept. 5 2019
Where: A/perture Cinema
Time: 5 PM: Community partner tabling, art showcase, and reception in the Chatham Building atrium (305 W. 4th St. - directly between a/perture cinema and Washington Perk)
6 PM: Lost Rivers film begins in a/perture studios 1 & 2, followed immediately by a panel disucssion

The Lost Waterways of Winston-Salem is a free film screening and panel discussion at a/perture cinema. Drawing on the Winston-Salem motto of the "City of Arts and Innovation," this event seeks to engage students and community members in a conversation about local water issues by highlighting the connection between STEM and the arts. Beginning at 5:00 PM, all are invited to the Chatham Building Atrium (305 W. 4th St.) to enjoy refreshments, engage with community partners, and explore environmentally-themed artwork by local artists. The screening of Lost Rivers (2012) will begin at 6pm in a/perture studios 1 & 2. Immediately following the screening, expert panelists will engage in a discussion moderated by Linda Lilienfeld, the "Let's Talk about Water" Founder and Project Coordinator.

NOTE: This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited! Please register to reserve your seat.



We are grateful to our community partners: The Living Creek Project, The Yadkin Riverkeeper, Kaleideum, Piedmont Environmental Alliance, Temple Emanuel Environmental Movement, Simon's Community Gardens, The Science of Winston-Salem, Gateway Nature Preserve, Hydrating Humanity, City of Winston-Salem Stormwater, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Salem College, and Forsyth Technical Community College.

This event is made possible through a Let's Talk About Water grant that challenges universities to elevate local water issues through the arts, using film screenings and panel discussions as a medium to do so.

Special thanks to our co-sponsors: WFU Department of Engineering; WFU Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability; The Johnson Family Foundation; Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrolic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI); Let's Talk About Water.

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