Live at the Latchis

April

  • Tue 30

    "Voice for the Voiceless" A Documentary Film by Eric Manirakiza

    5:00 p.m.Latchis 4

    Promoting an exchange of ideas and culture, this international program features presentations by Burundian journalist, Eric Manirakiza, and Burundian peace-worker, Pascal Akimana. Manirakiza’s documentary film, Voice for the Voiceless, shows the importance of African Public Radio (RPA) to the Burundian people’s quest for social justice and good governance. Discussion will follow the film.

    Proceeds from admission will benefit Umoja Now, Mr. Akimana’s peace-building organization that works in Burundi to promote gender equality and nurture family harmony. Umoja is Swahili for unity.

    Tickets at the door.  Suggested donation of $10 for Adults; $5 for Students & Seniors; $20 for Patrons.  Free-will offering accepted.

  • Fine Print:

    - The Latchis and Latchis 4 Galleries host rotating exhibits by local artists and artisans. Viewings on Gallery Walk first Fridays, at the movies, by appointment, by chance. Don't forget to check out the Gallery Walk Guide. Artists, if you would like to exhibit your work in the Latchis Gallery or Latchis 4 Gallery, please contact info@latchisarts.org

    - Here's a hint to presenters: The 4:00-6:30 Twilight Timeslot is a great, affordable alternative for Live Events. The theatres are also available during the day for meetings and conferences. Community, culture, and commerce are alive and well at the Latchis!

    - Volunteer at Live at the Latchis Events: If you would like to become a member of our invaluable volunteer corps, please contact info@latchisarts.org

    - Please be considerate parkers. Parking in the Latchis lot is for Hotel guests only. Parking at the Brattleboro Food Coop is for Coop customers only. On street parking, Preston Lot and Transportation Center are available options nearby. Thank you very much.

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