Special screening of "Keepers of the Loom" Documentary
April 27, 2015 at 6:00 pm
Cleveland State University
Main Classroom Auditorium
1899 East 22nd Street, Cleveland
Free and open to the general public
"Keepers of the Loom" is a feature-length film that tells the story of the skills and talent of the Estonian women of the 1944 Baltic Diaspora. Fleeing the invading Russians in the fall of 1944, they passionately maintained their cultural identity through making their folk arts, textiles and clothing.
Leaving Estonia, often with nothing but the clothes on their backs, those remarkable women brought the rich heritage of Estonian folk costumes to their new homes in the Western world. This film preserves the Estonian community story and tells the broader human story through the voices of their mothers and grandmothers.
Meet the film-makers Reet Mae and Tom Mae at the Q&A, enjoy coffee and Kringle.
This documentary film is by MAE Productions Inc. Visit firstname.lastname@example.org to view the "trailer."
Please register for this free event.
- South Garage (SG) 2101 East 21st Street: $2 for first hour-- $1 per hour after
- Lot 22, 2121 Euclid Avenue, under the Student Center (SC)--entrance from East 22nd Street: $1 per 30 minutes. This lot is located across the street from Main Classroom (MC) Film Screening Location--Prepay pay station (3 hour maximum)
- Metered parking is available on East 24th Street
- RTA Healthline and Trolley stop on campus near the Main Classroom entrance on Euclid Avenue
Directions to CSU
Call 216-875-9734 for more information.
Sponsored by the Michael Schwartz Library CLASS, and the School of Nursing.