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film + riverscaping | architecture through film series

Norwottock Rail Trail Bridge

Norwottock Rail Trail Bridge

The Western Massachusetts Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (WMAIA) presents a film series each year, usually with some off-beat and quirky selections. The 2011 series looks pretty juicy:

2/7/2011 Trouble the Water (2008, Carl Deal, Tia Lessin) + The River (1938, Pare Lorentz)

3/7/2011 The River (1951, Jean Renoir)

3/28/2011 Apocalypse Now (1971, Francis Ford Coppola)

4/25/2011 Burden of Dreams (1982, Les Blank)

Are you sensing a theme here? The river’s prominent role is coordinated with the Riverscaping project at the Five College Architectural Studies Program. The project is a one and a half year exploration of the river and its impact on community, with the Pioneer Valley and Five Colleges partnering with peers in Hamburg, Germany. From the film series description: “The river is connection and separation. It is passage and obstacle. It is community and battlefield. It is music and noise. It is art and function. It is power and vulnerability. It is local and global. It defines our past and will define our future.”

All of the films are shown at the Pruyne Lecture Hall in Fayerweather Hall (which is an 1894 McKim, Mead, and White building) at Amherst College at 6:30pm. CEUs are available to AIA members.

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