GUIDE FOR SHARING ONLINE
This is a guide for sharing an article by journalist Holly Bechiri about the making of THE GREAT SWIFTNESS – a new film created by Sidecar Studios and ArtPeers.
Bechiri’s article (link below) a playable version of the new film, and background info about making it.
SHAREABLE LINK: ARTICLE
This is what to share! The article contains a playable version of the film, and background info about making it.
SHAREABLE LINK: VIDEO
It is preferred that people share the article (link, above) but here’s the direct link to the video, if needed.
SHAREABLE IMAGE (OPTIONAL)
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“Right click” then ‘Save Link As…”
SHAREABLE EXCERPT (MP4)
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ADDITIONAL FACTS (INFO)
Below are facts (about the project) you can use when sharing the article link.
THE GREAT SWIFTNESS is a new film by Sidecar Studios and ArtPeers in partnership with Festival of the Arts.
- Features interviews with 36 different arts leaders in West Michigan.
- Footage of recent examples of public art activities in Grand Rapids.
- Explores need to advance a culture that values a community’s artists.
- Includes music live-scored by Bedrock: The Foundation.
- First screened at 6/7/19 opening ceremonies, Festival of the Arts.
The film is about the ongoing discussion around public art in Grand Rapids, Michigan – which began 50 years ago with the installation of Alexander Calder’s “La Grand Vitesse.”
“La Grand Vitesse” was the first civic artwork in American history to be financed by both public and private funds.
THE GREAT SWIFTNESS is dedicated to the memory of John S. Hyatt.