Underexposed: April 14, 2022, 8pm, film screening and discussion
Apr 14, 2022
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
The Commons, Kent State University
Focus, Flash, Film:
Facilitating Community Dialogue on Race & Democracy Through Film and Photography
April 11-22, 2022, Kent State University (Kent, OH)
Underexposed: Thursday, April 14, 2022, 8pm, film screening, discussion, and performance from Shooting without Bullets
Join us for a screening of Underexposed. Enjoy food, discussion, and a performance by Shooting without Bullets.
The documentary short, Underexposed, brings visibility to Black youth in Cleveland as they find solace in art making and performing as members of Shooting Without Bullets, Cleveland’s revolutionary youth advocacy program. This coming of age story illuminates their discovery of self in the midst of extreme economic depression and stark racial segregation. Directed by Noelle Richard and Dagen Louis. Produced by Amanda King and Jacob Koestle.
This event is free and open to the public.
- Parking is available in lot R-19 for students and faculty (see parking rules here)
- Metered, public parking is available on Fleming Circle (off of Terrace Drive)
- Food truck will be available in Lot R-19 (TBC)