ModNomad Studio presents a
Screening at the Shack
Director Kathryn Roszak will introduce this short film inspired by Tomas Tranströmer's poem, Shubertiana.
A Thousand Years of Joy
Producer Jennifer Nix will introduce this 2017 Emmy Award-winning documentary about the life and times of Robert Bly.
2 May 2019
7 pm / Mingling
Screening will begin at dark.
Wine, beer & nibbles will be served.
191 San Carlos Ave.
Sorry no parking, but please enjoy
a lovely stroll as part of the evening's experience.
Contact Kathryn Roszak at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
ModNomad Studio is a creative studio and social practice art project. We also offer free collaborative residencies to creatives across disciplines who are instigating for the common good. Heal. Create. Relate. This is the place.
Jennifer Nix is a writer, producer and instigator of the social practice art project, ModNomad Studio. Over the years, Jennifer has been a resident activist and fellow at both Working Assets/Credo and the Washington-based think-tank NDN/New Politics Institute, a co-founder of the international school-building non-profit BuildOn, and publisher of Pulitzer Prize-winner Glenn Greenwald's first book, the New York Times best-seller, How Would a Patriot Act? Jennifer was also editor-at-large for Chelsea Green Publishing (shepherding George Lakoff's bestseller, Don't Think of an Elephant), a producer for National Public Radio's “On the Media” and a staff writer for Variety. Her freelance work has appeared in New York, The New York Observer, The Nation, The National Law Journal, The Village Voice, San Francisco Chronicle and Wired, as well as on Salon, Huffington Post, Poetry Foundation, The Rumpus, Longreads, Alternet and many political blogs. Jennifer was a producer and interviewer for the 2017 Emmy Award-winning documentary, “Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy” and her essay, “Pressing On” is featured in the anthology, Here She Comes Now: Women in Music Who Have Changed Our Lives. She is currently completing a book about her family's personal and political journey with kidney disease, drawn from "Pressing On" and “I Love My Socialist Kidney”
Special guest Kathryn Roszak Kathryn Roszak is a curator, choreographer, and producer recognized for her company Danse Lumière’s work combining literature and the arts. She has collaborated on performances with Maxine Hong Kingston, Chana Bloch, Gary Snyder, Michael McClure, and produced a film inspired by the poetry of Nobel Prize-winner Tomas Tranströmer. Her dance and theater productions have been presented by Cal Performances at U.C. Berkeley, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C, The 92-Y and La MaMa Theatre, New York, and the Copenhagen Cultural Festival. She received the John and Susan Diekman Fellowship in Choreography at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program where she founded the annual Women Ballet Choreographers and Composers Residency. Her work has been supported by grants including from Laurance S. Rockefeller, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation, and the Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation. She has produced choreography and taught for the San Francisco Opera Center and the American Conservatory Theatre. She has taught courses on dance, opera, film, and theater for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at U.C. Berkeley, where she currently teaches a course on "The Great Choreographers."