Events Calendar

Sunday, February 20 2022

February 18, 2022 - 7:00pm - February 20, 2022 - 4:00pm

This year, HOME is sponsoring two films in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Festival of Films in French. The films are being screened at the UWM Union Theatre, 2200 East Kenwood Boulevard, Milwaukee, WI 53211 and admission is free.

For complete information on the festival:


Friday, February 18, 2022 - 7pm
Sunday, February 20, 2022 - 4pm

Atlantique (Atlantics)
Grand Prix, 2019 Cannes Festival
Mati Diop, DCP, 105 min
France/Senegal/Belgium, 2019 (Wolof, French)
Milwaukee premiere
Along the Atlantic coast, in a suburb of Dakar, Ada and Souleiman are young and in love. But they face many obstacles. Souleiman is a construction worker, exploited by his unscrupulous billionaire boss, whereas Ada has been promised by her father to another man. One morning, Ada learns that Souleiman embarked on a journey to Europe with several of his co-workers. Days later, a fire breaks out during Ada’s wedding and there are claims that Souleiman has returned.

Talk-backs with Ermitte Saint Jacques (UWM Department of African and African Diaspora Studies): 2/18 & 2/20


Sunday, February 20, 2022 - 2pm
Iya tundé, la mère est revenue (Iya Tundé, The Mother Came Back)
Laure Malécot, DCP, 52 min
Senegal, 2017 (French, Yoruba, Wolof)
Midwest Premiere
This film portrait pays homage to the doyenne of contemporary African dance, Germaine Acogny, as she turns 70. Documenting the life’s work of the Franco-Senegalese dancer-choreographer, whether at home at the Ecole des Sables, in Toubab Dialaw, Senegal, that she founded, leading master classes in Africa, Asia and Europe, or in performance, this film focuses on understanding her creative process and discovering her personal development and approach to life.

February 20, 2022 - 9:30am - 4:30pm


Fee: $110/ $99 members (all materials included)
Registration: Registration is closed. For information on future sessions, sign up for our e-list.

In-person safety precautions:
Proof of vaccination required. Social distancing will be practiced at all times. All participants are required to wear masks. Extra masks will be available for those who need them.

Enameling is a timeless art form that involves sifting colored glass onto a copper base and fusing it in a kiln to create shiny, colorful works of art. In this workshop, Leslie Perrino teaches the basics of enameling, covering a variety of techniques including stencils, sgraffito, threads, silver foil, screens, and decals. She will also be covering new techniques for returning students. You will complete sample pieces for practice, and can then choose from a variety of projects. No experience required, and all materials supplied.

Bring a bag lunch and beverages.

About Leslie Perrino

Leslie Perrino is an artist and "art evangelist" who loves to share the power of art and creativity with people, particularly in her beloved areas of metals and enameling. Her artwork is a quirky mix of traditional and found objects, most recently combining computer/electrical components with enamels. She is a charismatic and effective teacher who encourages skill building and exploration of the medium.

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