The Silence of Quarantine Film and Panel Discussion
September 28 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join the Lafayette History Museum and the Arts & Cultural Resources Department for a screening of the film “The Silence of Quarantine.” Created by local director and producer Katrina Miller, the film follows two elderly African American women living in Boulder, Colorado during the Covid-19, Quarantine shut-down. With the churches closed, limited visitors, and nowhere to go, these women are in danger of becoming shadows of themselves and losing their lives while nobody knows how to help them. The film will be followed by a Q&A panel.
The screening is part of the new exhibit THREADED at the Collective, curated by Tya Anthony and featuring works by Adderly Grant-Lord, Jazz Holmes, Shaunie Berry, Yaz Atmore, and Tya Anthony.