Led by UNC Asheville professors Trey Adcock, Reid Chapman and Sarah Judson, "Reclaiming Sacred Ground: Native American Self-Representation in Film" is a 4-part film and discussion series at the West Asheville Library beginning in February.
The series will start with Smoke Signals, the first feature film made by a Native American crew and creative team, at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The next three films in this series will be: February 26 - Barking Water, March 19 - The Fast Runner, April 23 - The Cherokee Word for Water (screening at Pack Memorial Library).
For more information, visit the West Asheville Library website.
(January 24, 2014)