Screening of "Mines and Maras: the Human Cost of Mining in El Salvador" and Artist Talk with Trevor Wallce
Free & Open to the Public as part of the programming for the show CHANGES // △ // METAMORPHOSIS
Description: The film will be screened by director Trevor Wallace who will present on environmental activists under threat around the world and the process of making the film. He will speak about his experiences in using documentary as a tool for empowerment and social change in marginalized communities. There will be a Q&A to follow.
Doors Open to the Public at 6pm
Screening from 6:30pm-6:50pm
Followed by Artist Talk & Gallery Hours
RSVP here: https://changes-mines.splashthat.com/
Mines and Maras: the Human Cost of Gold in El Salvador documents the ongoing struggle of the community of San Isidro against transnational mining corporations that threaten their drinking water supply. This investigative documentary delves into the murder of prominent activist and community organizer, Marcelo Rivera, whose loss has motivated widespread support for a total moratorium on Mining in El Salvador.