The film, Arc Of Light: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss created by Black Opal Productions and director Cid Collins Walker will have a screening and reception on Jan. 23 from 5-8pm in Park City, just as the Sundance Film Festival gets underway. RSVP to get the address at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Kimberly Skyrme at 917-405-0417 or Cid Collins Walker at 202-210-8383.
Visit http://www.arcoflight.org/ for details. The film will also screen for a private showing on Jan. 28.
Artist Anna Campbell Bliss is probably most known for her cutting-edge artwork and the fact that she struggled with losing her eyesight but was able to overcome her condition.
The documentary follows Bliss from her time studying at a Bauhaus school in Germany to her time as a Harvard-trained architect. Bliss crossed over into the world of art, contributing what is considered to be quite an extensive amount of quality work to the world American modern art. Much of Blissâ€™s artwork can be found around Salt Lake City, including Windows, which is on displayed at the Utah Sate Capital.