Summer Screenings: Kanopy’s America’s Blues

July 22, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

This summer we will be showcasing our new video streaming database, Kanopy. Kanopy is a video streaming platform for public and academic libraries delivering one of the finest and largest collections of films in the world. Kanopy’s collection features over 30,000 films from over 1,000 top producers, such as the Criterion Collection, Great Courses, PBS, Media Education Foundation, Stanford Executive Briefings, and more. It is free to any of our Library patrons.

This Saturday Screening: America’s Blues

America’s Blues is a feature-length documentary that explores the tremendous impact that the Blues has had on our society, our culture, and the entertainment industry. The Blues has influenced nearly every form of American Music and sadly, aside from its part in the birth of Rock and Roll, it’s influence often goes unrecognized. Beyond its musical impact, it has reached into so many other art forms, such as paintings, sculpture, literature and even television and film. It has even become the culture of entire cities and helped to put them on the map. If music were a color, it would be Blue.

All ages

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