Join us on Zoom this Friday, May 1st at 8pm (US Eastern time) as we proudly screen HOME by ADHT’s very own Nadia DeLane! Check your New School email for the link, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A discussion and Q&A with DeLane will follow the screening.
HOME is an artist film and documentary written and directed by Nadia DeLane. Featuring the homegrown stories of first and second-generation LatinX, Caribbean, and West Indian Americans, HOME explores truths about assimilation and American culture. HOME highlights emotions linked to staying and leaving.
Nadia DeLane is a multimedia designer and visual storyteller working in installation, film, digital and fine art. DeLane has produced creative content for organizations and institutions including the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, Stone Lantern Films and Turnstone Productions. She has consulted on several award-winning animated films and documentaries and her work has been featured in online publications such as AI-AP’s Design Arts Daily (DART).