This is a big year for BELONGING with several events during the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Two art exhibits with paintings from BELONGING (year one) and two film screenings, then we have an I AM HERE event with guest speakers on Sunday. I invite you to join us and am thrilled to be sharing so many local stories about how we find and maintain our sense of belonging.

Visibility Through Art ~ Invisible No More
Group Show including BELONGING Painting by Ruth
Akashic Visions Gallery
513 Searls Ave, NC
C.H.I.R.P – INVITATION

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JAN 19 | SAT 1:30 PM
BELONGING Film Screening
Vets Hall, 415 N Pine St., NC
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PURCHASE TICKET – SAT MIDDAY

JAN 19 | SAT 3:30 – 5:30 PM – FREE
Wild & Scenic Film Festival Art Stroll
Paintings by Ruth Chase from BELONGING
Lunches Tasting Room, 128 Mill St, GV
INVITATION

JAN 20 | SUN 9:30 AM
BELONGING Film Screening
Miners Foundry, 325 Spring St., NC
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PURCHASE TICKET – SUN MORNING

More about I AM HERE

JAN 20  |  3:30 – 4:30 PM – FREE
I AM HERE Fireside Chat – Free Event
Golden Era, 309 Broad St. NC
A unique perspective from women in rural California
Ruth Chase draws together participants of I AM HERE, part of Nevada County Arts Council’s Belonging Project, to address questions about the unique role women play in rural life.
Joining Ruth in this public dialogue will be Faerthen Felix, Assistant Director at UC Berkley Sagehen Creek Field Station; Isis Indriya, a master in Mystery Studies and facilitator of rites, retreats and spiritual journeys, both locally and internationally; Jennifer Singer, Executive Director at The Friendship Club, engaging, educating and empowering girls at-risk; and Eliza Tudor: Executive Director at Nevada County Arts Council.
INVITATION

COMPLETE WSFF SCHEDULE

 

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