Experiencing Interruptions?

What's The Point?

Elizabeth Rozemaneth, Grace Rumowicz, and Yona Browne sit down to discuss how art has affected them in their lives. They recount anecdotes from their youth and topics from their current art education to paint their love of art for us in their interviews. Not only do these individuals have an affinity for art, they want to share their passion as well by providing us the context in which they create.

  • Elliot M Harris
  • Elizabeth Rozemaneth
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  • Grace Rumowicz
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  • Yona Browne
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Director Biography - Elliot M Harris

Elliot Harris lives and learns in Worcester, Massachusetts where they pursue a degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in screen studies at Clark University. Elliot also has a passion for art and wishes to inspire creativity in others through their work. Having previously worked mostly on minor film projects or projects directed by colleagues, this is Elliot's debut short. Their goals in film are to delve into social issues and specifically document the climate crisis to inspire activism and spread awareness.

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Director Statement

One day a friend of mine explained to me why he disliked all modern art because he thought a few were ugly. That's when I decided to make a film that proves no matter how bad you may think a piece of art is, someone will love it. Art is a source of joy for many, and the limitless quality of artmaking should be seen as an opportunity for expression rather than a daunting and unattainable set of skills. Elizabeth Rozemaneth, Yona Browne, and Grace Rumowicz are all artists who graciously agreed to share their experiences in art in an attempt to prevent the alienation that can run rampant in the art world. My hope is that coming away from this, one person might pick up that brush or that pen or whatever and make that thing that has been sitting in the back of their mind. Personally, art is therapy for me and sharing it as such excites me for the future of art and my own creations. Lastly, you are an artist.