YWCA York Racial Justice Film Series “Revitalization Without Gentrifying.” At the Strand Theater in York PA. Panel and group discussion after the screening of the movie.
Somewhere on the Aegean Sea
Excerpt of Reverend Sharp screened @ the Reverend Sharp
September 9th — opening 6 — 9pm.
In a loop @ Development without Displacement Exhibit
Health Leads Mid-Atlantic
Levering Hall, Johns Hopkins University
Saturday afternoon @ the Congress of Qualitative Inquiry University of IL. Campaign/Urbana screening and conversation.
Tuesday — April 12th 5pm
The BLOCK off biltmore in Asheville NC.
A Conversation with Baltimore Notre Dame-AmericCorps Volunteers
Saturday 1 –2:30pm.
A Community Conversation
Baltimore Museum of Art “Open Hours” Project
Ventilate, Articulate, Generate
The screening will be followed by a 45 minute conversation for all participants to share their feelings and desires about how to prevent gentrification during revitalization of a neighborhood.
BMA Blog: Developing Sociological Imagination
Monday 5 — 8pm.
A Workshop Intensive
University of Maryland School of Social Work Continuing Education FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC (Social Workers, 3 CEUs for $45.00)
Baltimore School of Social Work
525 W. Redwood Street (Parking lot on your left of the entrance to the school)
Baltimore, MD. 21201 Directions
Friday, December 4th @ 7pm.
Homewood Friends Meeting House
3107 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21218
Screening sponsored by the Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemoration Committee, Baltimore Quaker Peace and Justice Committee of Homewood and Stony Run Meetings and Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility. FILM & SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS SERIES. Series theme: CAN WE HAVE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE?
—————— Archived Events ——————-
October 21st @ 7pm.
Baltimore Free Farm
3510 Ash St. Baltimore, 21211
University of Indiana
October 16th @ 7pm.
Independent Media Center (IMC)
Bmore Historic Unconference: How do WE prevent gentrification during revitalization?
“We have historic preservation for buildings we need historic preservation for neighborhoods.” Mindy Fullilove
June 7, 2015
Baltimore Ethical Society at 1pm.
306 West Franklin Street
Baltimore MD. 21201
May 17, 2015
Sunday, May 17 at 2PM.
Wednesday, March 25 at 7PM
2640 Space (2640 St. Paul St.)
Screening and Panel Conversation with audience.Featuring Kevin Brown, Grandma Edna, JC Faulk and jLombardi, filmmaker.
Tuesday, March 3rd at 2:30pm.
Screening/Lecture/Discussion with students:
How is gentrification different than revitalization?
Saturday February 28, at 7 — 9 pm.
Baltimore Artists this one is especially for YOU!
Screening and Discussion at Terrault Contemporary
Thursday, January 22nd NOON at Loyola University Sponsored by:
Women Making Media, the Gentrification (k)NOT Movie Location: Loyola Notre Dame Library Auditorium
Tuesday, December 2nd, noon: Open Invitation
Baltimore City Community College
Location: Gaare Auditorium in the Nursing Building
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215
November 29, 2014, Saturday 4 — 6pm. Screening & discussion at a private residence in Greenmount West – Please contact us if interested in attending.
October 21, at 6:30pm @ the 901 Arts Center in Waverly
FIRST BALTIMORE SHOWING of the final Gentrification (k)NOT Movie (trailer)
It is DONE — now let’s get it out….
October 11th, at the New York City Free University Event: A conversation about G(k)Movie
Final edits — Final DVD burn early October
American Society for Cybernetics International Conference TWO showings, second by popular request. Great conversations both times. Both very different. — Thanks all.
6/18/14 School for Designing a Society
6/7/14 LadyFest Workshop @ Red Emma’s, Women social Transformation and Media(making)
6/2/14 Viewing with artists from Vienna who are designing a First (world) Congress of Missing Things to take place here in Baltimore MD. June 7 and 8th 10 — 5PM.
What’s Missing? Peace as a Need.
March 25. 2014
Shirley Wise lives at Stadium Place!
February 18, 2014
Viewing at Red Emma’s Bookstore and Cafe.
November 11, 2013
Viewing of the G(k) movie followed by a conversation at the Baltimore Solidarity Center on Charles Street. Conversation and excerpts from the movie will air on Channel 75, the People’s Channel in Baltimore, on Cable Access 9:15pm Wednesday, November 2oth.
September 25, 2013
Great turnout for this event — three people who heard about the movie on the Anthony McCarthy show showed up. Great conversation after the movie. — Thanks Anthony and Roland Park Place.
September 24, 2013
Tuesday at 5pm Lombardi will be on WEAA’s Anthony McCarthy to discuss the G(k) Movie — 88.1 FM
Marc Steiner Radio Show “Can Station North Save Baltimore City?”
No. The only thing that might save Station North is Station North = inclusive participation in conversations, decision-making and designing neighborhood revitalization. So, why not local community development rather than the status quo? Something like GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation).
JUNE 30, 2013
Last Day of Gentrification (k)NOT Project and LOTS of traces left….
Station North ARTS Cafe — with exhibit, Gregg Mason and Kevin Brown
JUNE 29, 2013
ART at the D-Center in Station North — One Perspective
JUNE 21, 2013
Marc Steiner Show
Lawrence Brown, assistant professor of public health at Morgan State University, and political activist Jude Lombardi talk about gentrification and displacement in Baltimore. listen
JUNE 20, 2013
Baltimore Barrage Band OUTSIDE Station North ARTS Cafe 7:30pm.
JUNE 19, 2013
Premiere showing of the “Gentrification (k)NOT Project Documentary”
This (75 minute) documentary explores the meaning of the term gentrification. How it might be an element of a system that displaces people from their homes during urban revitalization. It presents multiple views about a neighborhood in flux known as Station North in Baltimore, Maryland, and what the possibilities might be. It weaves footage from three local events, the 10th Anniversary party of Station North in September 2012, WEAAs Morning Blend radio show recorded live at Station North ARTS Cafe on 12/12/12, and a conference, “A Path Forward Toward Equitable and Sustainable Development,” held at Sojourner Douglas College in March 2013.
Join us if you dare….
JUNE 17, 2013
Reading and Book-Signing
Antero Pietila author of Not in My Neighborhood — join us for listening and conversing….
JUNE 12, 2013
Its movie night 7ish
JUNE 8, 2013
ART MUSIC CONVERSATION
Station North ARTS Cafe
1816 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201 — 410-625-6440
6 — 9pm.
ARTISTS SOUGHT FOR GROUP SHOW THEMED “GENTRIFICATION (K)NOT”
to be exhibited at the Station North ARTS GALLERY 1816 North Charles Street
THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF JUNE 2013
Email questions or samples to director@stationnorthARTS.com
Throughout the month of June 2013 there will be a variety of types of presentations, discussions, lectures, art exhibits, movies, performances, music, and conversations about:
How how we can avoid — prevent the gentrification of our urban neighborhoods such as Station North?
If you live, work, play, or hang out in Station North your involvement is especially important, although anyone is welcome to participate.
Participation by all is vital to generating sustainable communities.
We don’t need a new paradigm, paradigms are an element of a problem.
We do need and I want new models — for thinking and doing.
We want everyone who wants to participate to participate, so that we can converse fairly and generate a model or two for sustainable revitalization in our urban areas like Station North. Please complete the form so we can organize the events and support your participation.
We are looking for people, artists, activists, academics, neighbors, and others (even politicians) who might be interested in participating in exhibits/events/dialogues that will take place in and around Station North during the month of June (Home Ownership Month) 2013.
If you want to do a performance or installation in June, we want to facilitate that.