Gateway City Live
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Mosaic: Film, Conversation & Community


Mosaic: Film, Conversation & Community

Date: April 21st, 2022.

Location: Divine Theater, at Gateway City Arts, 92 Race Street, Holyoke, MA


Western Massachusetts Health Equity Network presents MOSAIC: Film, Conversation & Community

A FREE, MULTIFACETED EVENING OF TRANSFORMATION, INSPIRATION, AND CONVERSATIONS ON RACISM AND COMMUNITY HEALTH.

What could healthy communities look like…and accomplish? 
What would a world without racism look like?
What would it be like if quality healthcare were accessible to all? 
How can we embrace and support wellbeing in all its manifestations? 

Please join us for an evening of transformation, inspiration, and intergenerational conversation as we explore these questions and more in an open, supportive, creative environment.

Location: Divine Theater, at Gateway City Arts, 92 Race Street, Holyoke, MA

  • 6:30pm - 7:30pm: Film and Panel
  • 7:30pm - 8:00pm: Networking
    and we offer the following options:
  • 4:00pm - 5:00pm: Historic Walking Tour of Holyoke with Nueva Esperanza
    Begins at Nueva Esperanza offices, 401 Main Street and ends at Gateway area at 5pm
  • 5:00pm - 5:30pm: Appetizers & Networking
  • 5:30 - 6:30pm: Dinner** and Open Studio presentation of SOMEWHERE: A Devised Theater Exploration of Being Re/Evolutionary by UMass students and Re/Emergence Collective.
    **Tickets for the Complimentary Dinner are limited RSVP here >>

There is also on-site dining at Judd's Restaurant

Sponsored by Gateway City Live

The Western Massachusetts Health Equity Network (WMHEN), presents an evening of cultural exploration, performance, and wide-ranging discussion centered on the screening of the new film, MOSAIC, commissioned by WMHEN to highlight the transformational work of local leaders of color and other voices from the Connecticut River Valley to the Berkshires. A group of community members from across Western Massachusetts, ranging from students to seniors, helped create the content and guide the process of the film's focus on the intersection of racism and health.

For more information on this and other film showings visit our website wmhenfilm.org