Conscientious Projector: A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

Thursday, May 11
7:00 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                          
It is commonly accepted in environmental activism circles that consumerism in America and other parts of the world has been one key drivers of global climate change. A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a fascinating documentary from Happen Films that focuses on the intentional community of Wurruk’an in Gippsland Australia, where a group of (mostly) millennials engaged in a challenging but enlightening year-long experiment in simple living, organic farming, energy descent and tiny houses as meaningful corrective measures in addressing modern day environmental, economic and social crises.

A community discussion follows the film. The Armory is located at 145 N. Raymond in Old Pasadena. Admission is free and the facility is accessible to disabled persons.

NOTE: Conscientious Projector will be taking a 3-month hiatus from June through August.  Our monthly events will resume in September.
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Conscientious Projector: President Trump Has Issues: A Video Sampler

April 13 | 7:00 p.m. | Armory Center for the Arts

While we wait for a definitive documentary on the Trump campaign and the troubled early months of his presidency, Conscientious Projector offers a selection of short films and videos examining some of the underlying issues that surround the president, his administration and policies. Topics will include his association with Steve Bannon and the alt-right, his support from Christian Right, the rise of son-in-law Jared Kushner within the Trump inner circle, his budget priorities, the Putin/Russia connection, climate crisis, immigration and the Muslim ban. 

Join us for a program intended to inform and enlighten the viewer while calling us to resistance and action. A community discussion follows the presentation. The Armory is located at 145 N. Raymond in Old Pasadena. Admission is free and the facility is accessible to disabled persons.