SENE Art Film Series at WMOA 03-09-13

WMOA - Warwick Museum of ArtSENE Film Music Art

REVEALED: Portraits from Beneath One’s Surface will be part of the SENE Art Film Series at Warwick Museum of Art in Warwick, RI!

Enjoy the screening and there will be a Q&A after the film with filmmaker Christian deRezendes and Scott Indermaur.


Warwick Museum of Art
3259 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02886

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 7:15pm – this is  part of a week long event.

M.C.C. Discussion & Film Screening – 03/01/12

March 1, 2012 – Middlesex Community College event in Bedford and Lowell, MA. Film Screening of REVEALED: Portraits from Beneath One’s Surface Film and Discussion with Photographer Scott Indermaur.

THIS I BELIEVE REVEALED” is a collaborative project between Photographer Scott Indermaur and RIPR (Rhode Island National Public Radio) that involves print, radio, photography, and film that create a unique and multi-dimensional experience. Photographer Scott Indermaur will be on hand for a discussion immediately following the film presentations.

Sponsored by WAC & the Art and Design Department.

This event will be held on both campuses:

Thursday, March 1st at 10:30, Lowell Federal Building-Assembly Room (Lowell, MA)

Thursday, March 1st at 1:30, Bedford Campus Center-Cafe East (Bedford, MA)

Campus address and directions

THIS I BELIEVE REVEALED subject interview with Wendy Lawton


THIS I BELIEVE REVEALED subject Wendy Lawton discusses the project and the impact it had on her. Her This I Believe essay is titled “Redemption”

RIPR (Rhode Island National Public Radio) This I Believe and Scott Indermaur’s REVEALED are two projects that have been easily merged and complement each other to create the project THIS I BELIEVE REVEALED. This collaboration makes an even greater impression and impact on Rhode Islanders through print, radio and photography that create a unique and multi-dimensional experience and personal connection for the audience. Lawton’s essay may also be heard at RIPR’s website.

The collaboration features the essays of Rhode Islanders who share the core values that guide their daily lives and those individuals sharing those core values as REVEALED subjects. The result is a powerful combination of creativity, words and photography.

This project is made possible in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Wendy Lawton’s verbal essay –

Video may also be seen on Vimeo.

Spirit Gallery Exhibit in New London, CT – 12/10/11 to 01/28/12


Spirit Gallery in New London, CT will host a REVEALED exhibit December 9th to January 28th, 2012. Their large space is very cool and I’m excited to show REVEALED here.

Make sure to visit us during the reception to meet myself and the filmmaker Christian de Rezendes.

Spirit Gallery Tattoo
207 Bank Street
New London, CT
December 10th through January 28th, 2012
Tuesday – Thursday – noon to 8pm
Friday – Saturday – noon to 10pm
Reception and Film Screening: meet Scott Indermaur and filmmaker Christian de Rezendes
December 10th – 6pm to 8:30pm
Film will be from 7pm till 7:45pm
2nd Film Screening: meet Scott Indermaur
**CHANGE IN DATE due to weather***
January 28th – 6pm to 7pm (film is 42 minutes long)

City of Providence – Exhibit 10/31/11 to 12/09/11

The City of Providence will host This I Believe REVEALED at Providence City Hall October 31st through December 9th.

Exhibit Location:
Providence City Hall’s Gallery – 2nd floor
25 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI 02903
October 31st through December 9th, 2011
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Reception at Providence City Hall’s Gallery – 2nd floor
November 15, 2011
5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Film Screening (shortly after the reception) at Centro Restaurant and Lounge
November 15, 2011
7:45 p.m. till 8:30 p.m.
One West Exchange Street
Westin Hotel, 2nd floor
Providence, RI  02903

Pawtucket Film Festival – 09/25/11

REVEALED: Portraits from Beneath One’s Surface makes it into a second film festival! This time in the state it was filmed in, Rhode Island. It will screen on September 25th, 2011 at 6:30pm. The Pawtucket film festival is part of the Pawtucket Arts Festival. Visit the festival, enjoy art, film and entertainment. It’s a wonderful event! See you there! ###please note time change for screening is now 6:30pm###

Blackstone Valley Visitor Center
175 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Sunday, September 25th
6:30pm (42 minute film)
Reception after Film Screening: meet Scott Indermaur and filmmaker Christian de Rezendes
refreshments provided by Iggy’s Bread and Samuel Adams Brewing Company