“If I Had a Hammer”
a film by Christopher Lukas
Pete Seeger’s legacy is the heart of this documentary film. It follows his rise to become an American folk singer and a social and environmental activist. The film also captures the restoration of the Sloop Clearwater’s hull, which Seeger founded fifty years ago, and the three-year creation of the Pete Seeger monument by Gary L. Sussman, FNSS. In the end, Seeger’s social and environmental message is even more prescient today.
A cocktail reception follows the first viewing with related insights from Judith Enck, Visiting Professor, Senior Fellow at Bennington College and former President of the Sloop Clearwater, followed by Greg Williams, Executive Director, Sloop Clearwater, with closing remarks by the artist.
WHERE: The HOOSAC SCHOOL, Blake Auditorium 14 Pine Valley Road Hoosick, N.Y. 12089
DATE: Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2019
TIME: There will be two showings with the reception between
Viewing 3 – 4:30pm, Reception 5-6pm, Viewing 6:30 – 8pm
Space is limited. Call to reserve yours. Please leave your name, which showing and how many guests. Thank You.
If you cannot attend, please look for its airing on your local PBS station. It airs on PBS WLIW on May 2 at 8 pm and on PBS Channel 13 NYC on May 5 at 7 pm.