HOST A SCREENING

Host a screening of J. Fred Woell: An American Vision at your school, gallery, museum, conference, symposium, library, or organization. Learn about Fred´s life, legacy and thought-provoking artwork illustrating his unique take on political and social satire.  Create community and spark timely conversations around art, political activism, and social issues that Fred explored through his works such as consumerism, fascism and violence.  Learn more about the director, producer and film subjects´ availability to present at your screening and hold a post-screening Q&A.  Or  contact us to discuss how to organize a successful stand alone screening of the film in your community.  

 American Beauty, 2002

American Beauty, 2002

“... so important ... like digging into Fred’s brain!”
— Helen Drutt, Curatorial Consultant and Educator
 Panel discussion at the Museum of Arts and Design on March 29, 2018 in New York.  Left to Right: Barbara Gifford, MAD asst. curator; Glenn Adamson, former director; Richard Kane, film director; Helen Drutt, curatorial consultant/educator; Paul Smith, former director, Museum of Contemporary Crafts.

Panel discussion at the Museum of Arts and Design on March 29, 2018 in New York.  Left to Right: Barbara Gifford, MAD asst. curator; Glenn Adamson, former director; Richard Kane, film director; Helen Drutt, curatorial consultant/educator; Paul Smith, former director, Museum of Contemporary Crafts.


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