RAIR Movie Nights in the Yard: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

24 Apr 2016
6:30 pm
RAIR, 7333 Milnor Street, Philadelphia

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Billy Dufala , RAIR's director and co-founder is 1/2 of the artist collaborative, Dufala Brothers. House Pile is one of dozens of works in progress that Billy maintains in collaboration with others that explores various ways of utilizing the recycling center as a means of creative discourse. Photo by Billy Dufala.

As part of the Center-funded project RAIR: Live at the Dump, RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residency) will screen the post-apocalyptic action adventure movie Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome at its outdoor recycling facility in Northeast Philadelphia. Games, a photo booth, and t-shirt printing will be available on the lawn before the film screening.

Live at the Dump is an interactive, site-specific program that utilizes a series of films, performances, and discussions to increase public awareness of the waste stream and the role of art in shaping social and environmental consciousness.