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SILA And The Gatekeepers Of The Arctic: Film Screening & Talk

This documentary explores the Greenlandic concept of Sila, a term that encompasses weather, consciousness and the universe. Amidst the breathtaking landscape of Greenland, where climate change is most visible, two independent groups of Inuit subsistence hunters and a group of polar scientists, bear witness to the transforming environment. Their interwoven stories define the term sila in today’s globalized world. Join us a for a post screening conversation with director Corina Gamma.

Film screening made possible with support from the Friends of the Central Library. Major support for this exhibition provided by Climate Education Partners (CEP), which is funded by the National Science Foundation, and by The Ray Thomas Edwards Foundation, Donald G. Yeckel, Chairman. Additional support provided by IS Architecture, the Samuel I. & John Henry Fox Foundation, the Florence Riford Fund of the San Diego Foundation, Walter and Mary Munk, Jeffrey and Joy Kirsch, and ArtWorks San Diego.

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