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HOME SCHOOL: Movie Land - Journey Through Cinema with a Landscape Architect

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 8:30 PM

$5 - $20
Online tickets not available

Wednesday, June 10 at 8:30PM

HOME SCHOOL: Movie Land - Journey Through Cinema with a Landscape Architect

$5 - $20
Online tickets not available
Topic: HOME SCHOOL: Movie Land - A Journey Through Cinema with Landscape Architect Mary Muszynski
Time: Jun 10, 2020 08:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Movie Land: Journey Through Cinema with a Landscape Architect
with Mary Muszynski

A movie is a created world – a landscape that offers us the chance to escape, to be entertained or to contemplate real world issues. We are alone together when watching movies. In this discussion landscape architect and artist Mary Muszynski presents ideas about how to read landscapes in movies. We will slow down and take a different look at movies across the spectrum of cinematic history. She will use movie stills and clips from a broad range of genres from westerns to musicals to science fiction to art house & cult favorites. Seeing mountains, valleys, rivers, cities, the sea, etc. in movies we will set a framework to discuss on screen landscapes. Participants will have the chance to discuss their favorite movie landscapes and will receive a list of movies.

Mary Muszynski is from Rocky Branch, Cold Mountain, North Carolina and currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is an incorrigible movie watcher (way before the pandemic). She is that friend in your movie group who rattles off scene locations and plant identifications and helps you see the cinema and the real world from a different viewpoint. She traces the roots of her fascination with land and plants to the family friends the next cove over who showed her wildcrafting and the many days she spent as a kid running loose in the woods on cold mountain.
She has designed private gardens and public parks, streets and plazas in California, Arizona, Florida and China. Since 2012 with her own studio, Landible, she has designed and built 25 private gardens around the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned a master in landscape architecture from Harvard University and a bachelor in fine arts from Corcoran School of Art. Her landscape architecture website is and her art is on

***All events are open to everyone - we have a suggested $5 - $20 pay what you can option, as well as free.***
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