WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 at 7:30pm - Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville, ME. Screening and Q + A with Richard Kane, sponsored by Colby College. At 4:00pm, the Waterville Public Library will host "A Celebration of Ashley Bryan". Light refreshments will be provided and a few copies of Mr. Bryan's books will be raffled. This events are free and open to the public.
SATURDAY, MARCH 24 at 3:pm - Frontier Cafe, Brunswick, ME. Double feature including "I Know a Man...Ashley Bryan" and "J. Fred Woell: An American Vision" with director Richard Kane. Tickets available HERE
SATURDAY, MARCH 24 at 7:30pm - Mayo Street Arts, Portland, ME. In honor of World Puppetry Day, Mayo Street Arts presents a film screening with introduction by filmmaker Richard Kane + artist Rich Entel. Tickets available HERE - Suggested Donation $5-$20.
SUNDAY, APRIL 15 at 4:45pm - Africa World Documentary Film Festival at the Molefi Kete Asante Afrocentric Institute of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17 at 5:30pm - Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA. As part of the Week of the Young Child and sponsored by Student Affairs. Screening and Q+A with director Richard Kane @ Larsen G08. Map and directions HERE.
SUNDAY, MAY 6 at 2:30pm - Africa World Film Festival at Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25 at 1:00pm - The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA. Post screening Q + A with Nick Clark, founding director of The Ashley Bryan Center and The Carle. Free with admission.
JANUARY 21 at 5pm - St. James Episcopal Church, Cambridge, MA. Screening for anti-opression team members.
DECEMBER 3, 2017 at 12 Noon - Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY. Award ceremony as winner of the Hector Leonardi Arts & Inspiration Award and Q&A with director Richard Kane
NOVEMBER 26, 2017 at 5pm - African Diaspora International Film Festival, 179 Grace Dodge, Teachers College, Columbia University, 525 West 120th St., New York, NY. Q&A with Ashley's nephew George (Sandy) Campbell, and The Ashley Bryan Center board members Dan and Cynthia Lief.
NOVEMBER 13 at 6:30pm - East Baton Rouge Parish Library, LA Main Library in the Children’s Room’s Storyrooms
NOVEMBER 2 at 10:00am - National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) annual conference and Film Festival, Salt Lake City, UT
OCTOBER 25 at 4:30pm - Dartmouth College, Room 003, Rockefeller Center, Hanover, NH. Q&A with director Richard Kane and co-producer Melody Lewis-Kane
OCTOBER 20 at 10:00am - Carmel International Film Festival, Sunset Center Studio 105, Carmel, CA, Q&A
OCTOBER 20-22 tba - International Board Books for Youth conference, Seattle, WA
OCTOBER 8 at 1-4pm - High Museum of Art, Second Sunday Family Day, three free screenings, Atlanta, GA
OCTOBER 2 at 4:30pm - Maine Library Association Annual Conference, Grand Summit Sunday River, Ballroom, Newry, ME. Q&A with director Richard Kane
SEPTEMBER 24 at 2:00pm - Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Maryland Collects Jacob Lawrence Screening Series, Sundays at 2pm, 830 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD
SEPTEMBER 24 at 5:00pm - Grand Auditorium, Ellsworth, ME. Q&A with director Richard Kane
SEPTEMBER 15 at 1:00pm - University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. Q&A with director Richard Kane.
SEPTEMBER 15 at 7:00pm - Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia, PA. Q&A with director Richard Kane.
AUGUST 24 at 5:30pm - Martha's Vinyard Film Society, Strand Theatre, Oak Bluffs. Q&A with curator Adrienne Childs
AUGUST 26 at 12:00pm - BronzeLens Film Festival, Auburn Avenue Research Library Auditorium, Atlanta
AUGUST 6 at 7pm - Schoodic Arts for All, Hammond Hall. 427 Main St, Winter Harbor, Maine. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane.
AUGUST 12 at 5pm - Lighthouse Arts Center, 86 Main St., Bucksport, ME. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane
AUGUST 13 at 3pm - Black Harvest Film Festival, Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St., Chicago, IL
JULY 13 at 6pm - Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME, Ashley Birthday celebration!
JUNE 24 at 3:00pm - Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture, Atlanta, GA
JUNE 25 at 8:00pm - American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference. Screening at the McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, Illinois.
JUNE 27 at 7pm - Roxbury International Film Festival at Hibernian Hall, 184 Dudley St., Boston. Screening and Q&A with film director Richard Kane and The Ashley Bryan Center Found Director, Nick Clark.
MAY 5 at 7:50pm - Harlem International Film Festival, MIST Harlem, Screening Room B, 46 W. 116th St., New York, NY
MAY 1 at 6:30pm - Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire.
APRIL 15 at 1:00pm - African Burial Ground Monument, National Park Service, New York City, New York. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane. Celebrating National Park Week and National Junior Ranger Day!
APRIL 19 - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Mass. "Ashley Bryan´s World" will screen as part of the school vacation week activities.
APRIL 21 at 6:00pm - Community Folk Art Center at the Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. Screening and Skype Q&A with director Richard Kane.
APRIL 29 at 3:30pm- Emerge Film Festival, Lewiston, Maine. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane at the Franco Performance Hall.
MARCH 30 at 1:00 pm - The Harriet Tubman Institute at the University of York, Toronto, Canada. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane. Sponsored by The Performing Diaspora Committee.
MARCH 17 at 6:00 pm - Portland Youth Film Festival. Portland, Maine. Screening at the Portland Museum of Art.
MARCH 7 at 5:30 pm - City of Longmont, Colorado. Screening and Q&A with director Richard Kane
SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 - Camden International Film Festival at Rockport Opera House, Rockport, Maine
JULY 10, 2016 at 12:30pm - Maine International Film Festival at Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville, Maine
JULY 16, 2016 at 7:00pm - Bar Harbor´s Criterion Theatre, Bar Harbor, Maine. Hometown Premiere.
"I Know a Man ... Ashley Bryan, whose art has been a beacon of light in a much needed world where people of all ages can enjoy the message of hope and joy that we see in graphic form. We learn and laugh with the characters his puppets present and we rejoice when seeing the colors that comprise his beautiful paintings. Ashley’s art lives on in our minds even when it is not before us."
David Driskell, Artist/Curator/Scholar