Screenings and exhibitions
Link to USA Fellow page
Sept. 8-Oct. 13, 2017
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Film Screening
Thursday, Sept. 7, 6 p.m.

Lyric Theater (300 E. Third Street);
Q&A after the screening with Vivian and Winfred.
This is a kick-off event for Lexington’s Roots and Heritage Festival and is free and open to the public.

Opening Reception with Winfred Rembert
Friday, Sept. 8, 6-8 p.m.

Artist demonstration during the opening; Vivian will be in attendance.
All Me DVDs available for purchase by cash or check the night of the opening.

Friday, September 15,
Lexington Gallery Hop, 5-8 p.m.

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United States Artists (USA) awards

Each year, United States Artists (USA) awards $50,000 fellowships to the country’s most accomplished and innovative artists working in the fields of Architecture & Design, Crafts, Dance, Literature, Media, Music, Theater & Performance, Traditional Arts and Visual Arts. Fellows are selected through a rigorous, highly competitive process involving hundreds of experts, scholars, administrators and artists. USA Fellows spotlight the importance of originality across every creative discipline, celebrating the broad diversity of American artistic practices from coast to coast, cultivating a creative ecology that is diverse in age, race, religion, gender, and sexual orientation.

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Watch clips of Winfred and Vivian from Q&A screenings on YouTube.

Video from Montclair Museum

Video from Maysle Cinema

The Hamptons International Film Festival Oct. 13 and Oct. 16, 2011
The Chicago International Film Festival Oct. 17 and Oct. 18
The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival Oct. 17 and Oct. 21
Amnesty International Panel at the Hamptons festival Oct. 15
The Amnesty Civil Rights Panel included director Vivian Ducat.
The Albany, GA Civil Rights Institute for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Albany, Georgia Movement Nov. 12, 2011