TIME TO TALK: VIRGINIA WOOLF’S THE WAVES
TIME TO TALK: VIRGINIA WOOLF’S TO THE LIGHTHOUSE
A virtual book discussion of Virginia Woolf’s 1927 novel “To the Lighthouse.” Streamed live on Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 1:00pm. In January, 2021, TSL hosted a discussion on Woolf’s 1925 novel Mrs. Dalloway. See below.
VIRTUAL FILM DISCUSSION: OUSMANE SEMBÈNE’S MANDABI
Hosted in partnership with Upstate Films of Woodstock and Rhinebeck (www.upstatefilms.org). New and retrospective films to stream on TSL’s Virtual Cinema at www.timeandspace.org/virtual-cinema. Join the conversation!
February 20, 2021. Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman, two leading authorities on the work of filmmaker Ousmane Sembène, joined TSL and Upstate Films for a virtual discussion of Sembène’s “Mandabi “(1968), considered by many African artists and scholars to be the most influential African film.
TIME TO TALK: VIRGINIA WOOLF’S MRS. DALLOWAY
A virtual book discussion of Virginia Woolf’s 1925 novel Mrs. Dalloway, which entered into the public at the beginning of 2021. Streamed live on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 1:00pm. Featuring a reading by TSL co-director Claudia Bruce.
Woolf’s stream of consciousness writing style provides a lasting framework for our own self-exploration in the time of the NOW – the twenty-first century and the COVID-19 Pandemic. TSL co-director Linda Mussmann first read Woolf fifty-plus years ago. Her work shaped Linda’s life as an artist and has inspired many of TSL’s own original theater productions. We look forward to revisiting Mrs. Dalloway and Virginia Woolf again and again.
TIME TO TALK: “TWO SQUARE MILES” FIFTEEN YEARS LATER
A virtual discussion with Sam J. Miller, Quintin Cross, Linda Mussmann, and Jacob Walthour. Streamed live on Saturday, December 12, 2020.
Fifteen years have passed since the events of “Two Square Miles,” Barbara Ettinger’s documentary film on Hudson and its residents during a momentous period in the city’s history. Taking center stage is the fight over the St. Lawrence Cement plant and TSL co-director Linda Mussmann’s run for mayor. You can watch the documentary for free on YouTube here.
Sam J. Miller, Quintin Cross, Linda Mussmann, and Jacob Walthour are Hudson residents, past and present, who played an active role in the community and the events of the documentary.