Practical sustainability with Let's Go Green's Jen Solomon, SLC Green Drinks, and the city's Master Recycler Program. Plus, Ways of Water at Maple Grove, Stonewall Ball, and Flash at Finch.
Tonight's show features the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
Jacob Buck, founder of Stonewall Sports - Salt Lake City. Founded in 2018, the nonprofit creates an inclusive community that has fun through playing sports and giving back with a philanthropic heart.
- Sept. 28: Inaugural Stonewall Ball, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC. Event by Stonewall Sports - Salt Lake City: "Step into a world of enchantment and celebration at the inaugural Stonewall Ball, the first annual gala hosted by the Salt Lake City chapter of Stonewall Sports, the national LGBT+ sports league. By attending the Stonewall Ball, you become a vital part of Stonewall Sports' mission to promote equality, build community engagement, and empower individuals on and off the field." For tickets, click here.
Todd Oberndorfer of the SLC Arts Council, which will host a unique Flash Project this weekend.
- Sept. 28-30: Unearthed at Finch Lane Gallery, 54 S. Finch Lane, SLC. "Irishia Hubbard’s Unearthed is a moving image installation that explores the unwritten history of Black moving image arts by analyzing Africanist Aesthetics in American dance, photography, and film. Themes of visibility, ancestral veneration, and Black liberation appear in this video exhibition as means of retelling and reclaiming history. The exhibit includes a series of screen dances that incorporate found footage of Black performers on screen and features a spectrum of BIPOC professional community performers, collegiate students, and female filmmakers. Hubbard is a choreographer, filmmaker, and educator from South Carolina, and is currently an MFA candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Modern Dance program at the University of Utah. As an experimental narrative filmmaker, Irishia primarily works with the embodied Black female experience. Her films have premiered nationally and internationally in festivals such as Dance Camera West, Cinevox, ADF Movie by Movers, Trinity Laban’s International Screendance Festival, Auro Apaar, and Desassossego Short Dance Film Festival."
RadioACTive's Connor Estes explores more Ways of Water, this time at Maple Grove Hot Springs.
Practical sustainability with Let’s Go Green’s Jen Solomon, Priscilla Blanchot of SLC Green Drinks, and Ashley Bailey of SLC’s Master Recycler Program. Three unique ways of going green!
- SLC Green Drinks next meetup October 10. To be emailed about the event email email@example.com
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