The Erlprince Screens at MOMI as Part of Panorama Europe 2017 by Dr. Steeve Coupeau, 14 May 2017

As part of Panorama Europe 2017, the Museum of the Moving Image screened The Erlprince -a coming of age story of a young Polish boy experiencing intense moments on his path to adulthood, on a backdrop of the end of the world. Directed by Kuba Czekaj, this film is replete with references to holograms, parallel worlds and alternate universes. For its immersive sound design and dream-like visuals, this story is highly recommended. Panorama Europe 2017 runs at MOMI until May 21, 2017.

Photo Credit: Museum of the Moving Image


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Oakland's Friday Farmer's Market and its Vegetable Vocabulary of Love, Photoessay by David Bacon

I do the cooking in my house. To me, it's a way I show my love for the people in my life. I know I'm not the only person like that. When I read Amy Tan's novel, The Joy Luck Club, the sections when the mothers tell their daughters about the importance of the best quality food resonated with me.

At the Friday farmers' market in Oakland, California, I can see those mothers in front of the stalls, bargaining over the produce. Oakland is a working-class city across the bay from San Francisco, and like many California cities, it has an historic Chinese and Asian American community -a Chinatown. Being right next to Chinatown makes the Oakland farmers' market unique.

Farmer's Market in Oakland
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Massive Open Online Course: Greening Consumption & Production, Wednesday 31 May to Wednesday 12 July 2017

This six-week facilitated course, from Wed. 31 May to Wed. 12 July 2017, is aimed at policymakers and practitioners working in the area of sustainable consumption and production (SCP). By taking this course, you will become proficient in mechanisms to facilitate SCP at the international level and in your own country, and have the chance to interact with world-known specialists from UNDP, the private sector, NGOs and national ministries.

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