ARchitecture Month documentary Film: Gray Matters
presented in partnership with AIA Honolulu
Date: Thursday April 30, 2015
Time: 6:00pm doors open, 6:30pm screening starts
Place: Kaka‘ako Agora
Cost: Suggested donation, Food and Beverage will be available on-site for purchase
Join us for the conclusion of AIA Honolulu's annual Architecture Month celebration and programs, with a screening of the acclaimed documentary, Gray Matters.
Directed by Marco Orsini, written by Fred Greene and narrated by Mary McGuckian (director of the Gray biopic, The Price of Desire), Gray Matters documents the life and work of Eileen Gray, the 20th Century artist whose vision and creative imagination changed the way we live with furniture and within houses. Featuring interviews with the foremost Gray scholars, auction experts, museum curators and collectors, the film is a historical, scholarly and cinematic investigation of the career of one of the most influential but least known modernist icons.
Learn more about AIA Honolulu's Architecture Month programs here.
Learn more about Eileen Gray's life and work here.
Kaka‘ako Agora is located at 441 Cooke Street (between Auahi and Pohukaina St)
Free street parking throughout the Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood
The stop for The Bus line #6 is 2 blocks mauka at Cooke St/Queen St, several bus lines stop 1.5 blocks makai at Cooke St/Ala Moana Blvd.