Flocks: the Making Of: Short Films & Presentation
Thursday June 2, 2011 at 6:30 pm
Cambridge Public Library, Main Branch Auditorium
Short films documenting the process and people who created Flocks, the temporary public art installation along Cambridge Street by Carolina Aragón.
Cambridge, MA – Flocks: the Making Of, short films and a presentation at the Cambridge Public Library, Main Branch, 449 Broadway, on Thursday, June 2 at 6:30pm, showcases the process behind the creation of Flocks, a temporary art installation.
The project by artist Carolina Aragón and commissioned through the Cambridge Arts Council’s Public Art Program, can be viewed through July 8 along a one-mile stretch of Cambridge Street between Inman Square and Lechmere station. The short film presentation on Thursday, June 2 features interviews with the over 30 key team members, consisting of students, professionals, school teachers, and consultants, involved in the project, and documents their work over a 16-month period.
The short films were created by Matt Mena-Landry from the Cambridge Media Arts Studio, Boston Architectural College students Jordan Mills and Rood Vincent, and the artist of Flocks, Carolina Aragón. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.cambridgeflocks.com or call the Cambridge Arts Council at 617-349-4380.