The #iSeeRDC tour continues at full speed!
Since the premiere, The Red Line D.C. Project has presented SEE / LINE at two additional locations — Northeast Library, by Union Station, and Smith Public Trust at Brookland-CUA.
This week we’re heading further north. Thursday, 11/13, SEE / LINE will screen at Takoma Library, right by — you guessed it! — Takoma metro station.
Showtime starts at 6:30pm! Hope to see you there!
It’s Magic Monday!
After four years of blood, sweat and spray paint, we’re finally premiering our short documentary,
SEE / LINE, this Saturday, November 1st at the Angelika Pop-Up Film Center in Northeast, D.C.
Join director/producer Saaret Yoseph for a first look at the film.
But don’t forget to register! The event is RSVP only and seating is limited.
Take a look at this deleted scene from our two-part documentary,
SEE / LINE. In this bonus clip, urban planner Heather Deutsch, discusses the impact of the legal murals painted along the Red line metro. What effect do aesthetics have on a community?Does graffiti and spray paint have the same appeal when the art is sanctioned and controlled?
Watch this short video and tell us what you think. Leave your mark in the comments section below or share your thoughts with us on Twitter (#iseeRDC). We’d love to hear from you!
What Do the Murals Do? from citylovedc on Vimeo.
This November, catch Red Line D.C.‘s final short film,
SEE / LINE, a documentary in two parts. There will be several screenings throughout the month at library branches and establishments near the Red line metro.
Be sure to attend one or more!