Screening of “Moving Image Matters”

November 8–9
Location: The Jumbo Screen
Time: 6 pm - 8 pm

Join us for two screenings of The Center of Art in Wood’s 2019 exhibition Moving Image Matters: Documenting and Performing Craft in Video on November 9th and 10th at Cherry Street Pier.

examines the use of video as a medium of expression by artists and makers for whom material is the anchor of their studio work. These nine short works represent modes of thinking and approaches shared by artists who work primarily in wood, clay, metal, and glass.

Take in this intriguing film experience with snacks from Cooperage , Hardena , and Little Baby’s Ice Cream , and signature drinks and cocktails from the Pier’s bar!

Exhibition Curator:  Jennifer-Navva Milliken, Artistic Director, The Center for Art in Wood

Artists: Hayami Arakawa, US; Jesse Beecher and Jack Mauch, US;  Anat Golan, Israel; Phil Gray, Ts’msyen and Mikisew Cree; Ayumi Horie, US; Etsuko Ichikawa, b. Japan, active US; Gina Siepel, US; Barb Smith, US; Coby Unger, US


Friday, November 8
6 pm and 7 pm screening

Saturday, November 9 
6 pm and 7 pm screening

Image caption: Barb Smith, US, Dig, 2012. Still image from video, 2:27 mins.


Free and open to the public.
Dogs on leashes are welcome.
Wheelchair accessible.
Cherry Street Pier is a smoke, vape-and tobacco-free space.