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April 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
AT LIFELONG (free)
Description: Baraka (2001), “A transcendently poetic tour of the globe, Baraka is a visualization of the interconnectedness that humans share with the earth, capturing not only the harmony but also the calamity that humans and nature have visited upon the earth.” There will be a discussion after the film. Appropriate for all ages. Please feel free to bring a snack. Here is a review by our own Barry Adams: “Two hours of wordless cinematic wonderment — dazzling but exquisitely sensitive photography riding on a mesmerizing sound track. The takeaway is powerful but ineffable.”
Facilitator: Tom Butler (Yale, 1971), enjoyed a 40-year teaching career at a variety of independent schools in New York & Connecticut. Specializing in history and economics, he also ventured into English, psychology, law, math and school administration. Tom has taught at Lifelong since 2011, recently adding teaching drawing to his repertoire.