This Sunday, January 20, 2019, the Southland Institute and Fiona Connor present a selection of The Tyne Documentaries by the Amber film & photography collective.

7:30 pm at 621 Ruberta Ave #3, Glendale, CA 91201

Join us for a screening of three films by Amber, a film and photography collective that came together in the UK in 1968, moving to Newcastle the following year with a commitment to documenting cultural, political and economic changes in the region. Films shown will be digital copies of "Bowes Line" (1975), "Glassworks" (1977), and "Making the Tyne Documentaries" (2007).

The Southland Institute is an unaccredited two-year postgraduate graphic design workshop and evolving public online repository of educational resources, built around a central curricular helix consisting of the tools, processes, histories, and discourses of typography, graphic design and critical art-making. It is also intended to be a forum for inquiry into the processes, potentials, and complications of education and its attendant structures and systems.