U.S. EXPRESS is a comprehensive exhibition of art videos from the 1970s to 2003 with 80 short videos made by 50 artists; including Nam June Paik, Beryl Korot, Mary Lucier, Juan Downey, Karolina Sobecka, Mitchell Rose, Ant Farm, Videofreex, Paper Rad and Skip Blumberg, the program's curator and producer.
"This exhibition is my story and the story of my community, including several of my own early videos and many by friends and early video colleagues. The work producing this project took place only a few blocks from the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan soon after 9/11. The Early 21st Century DVD ends with a triplet of videos that consider the attack on the Twin Towers and then a rousing finale that is a caution about a future of technology and its profound impact on our species, no matter what our country of origin or residence."
Skip Blumberg, October 10, 2007
Curator/Producer, U.S. EXPRESS
LEARNING CIRCLES FLYER (PDF - 284 KB)
THE MY HERO PROJECT RESOURCE TEMPLATE (DOC - 72 KB)
MY HERO Provides Opportunities for Addressing NETSE By Sara Armstrong, Ph.D. (DOC - 44 KB)
THE BRIDGE A Play by Jeton Neziraj (pdf - 168 KB)
MY HERO FILM FESTIVAL RESOURCES:
2008 MY HERO Film Festival Nominations
2007 MY HERO Film Festival Winners
2006 MY HERO Film Festival Winners
2005 MY HERO Film Festival Winners
The MY HERO Film Festival Media Award
Please download these forms for your production. Have everyone
who appears in your film sign a Release Form. If they are minors,
their parents will also have to sign the Parental Consent Form.
Use the Storyboard to prepare your sequences in pre-production.
(PDF - 40 KB)
Parental Consent Form (PDF - 144 KB)
Sample Storyboard (PDF - 252 KB)
MY HERO DVD RESOURCES:
The following DVD titles are available at a suggested
$20 donation price from the MY HERO Store