Shifting Valley 

 

a film by Kishor Kayastha

     Film and Conversation: Thursday, June 14th at 7pm   "Shifting valley is an observation of people functioning in the aftermath of the quake. It documents the monuments and life in the valley before the quake and reflects the aftermath. In 15 months of shooting, the film witnesses the resilience of the Nepali people and how they are trying their utmost best to continue on with their lives despite all the difficulties they have had to face in the past year. People are still working, fulfilling duties towards their families and their community, all the while abiding by their traditional rituals and living the life that ancient Kathmandu demands."   Kishor Kayastha   Please join us for a viewing of the film with an introduction by Adam Swart, our current exhibiting artist, about his project to his the people of Nepal after the earthquake. Come be inspired by individual action that really does make a difference in our world. Donations appreciated.

 

Film and Conversation: Thursday, June 14th at 7pm

"Shifting valley is an observation of people functioning in the aftermath of the quake. It documents the monuments and life in the valley before the quake and reflects the aftermath. In 15 months of shooting, the film witnesses the resilience of the Nepali people and how they are trying their utmost best to continue on with their lives despite all the difficulties they have had to face in the past year. People are still working, fulfilling duties towards their families and their community, all the while abiding by their traditional rituals and living the life that ancient Kathmandu demands."

Kishor Kayastha

Please join us for a viewing of the film with an introduction by Adam Swart, our current exhibiting artist, about his project to his the people of Nepal after the earthquake. Come be inspired by individual action that really does make a difference in our world. Donations appreciated.