A planned screening of a film covering the history of the Torpedo Factory is being turned into an online viewing party tonight.
“A Brush with History” is a film by local director Nora Kubach about the Torpedo Factory’s 100-year history.
“The Art Center is an early example of placemaking in the country,” the Torpedo Factory Art Center said in a Facebook post, “a structure that went from making weapons of war, to now producing meaningful works of art by inspirational artists, and serving its community in a different way.”
The online premiere is tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. and will be followed by a live Q&A session with the filmmakers and participants in the movie. The event listing said viewers will be able to write in questions and have them answered during the video chat.
A link to the video page is not available yet but will be posted on the Facebook page.
The Art Center itself, meanwhile, remains closed until at least May 18.
Photo via Torpedo Factory Art Center/Facebook
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