Sack Race With Knives: The Curious Art of Kevin Titzer screening

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Scholars Event Network Theater, Price GIlbert first floor
Sack race with knives.png

Join the Georgia Tech Library Wednesday, April 10 at 11 a.m. in the Scholars Event Network Theater, located on the first floor of Price Gilbert, for a screening of the documentary film Sack Race With Knives: The Curious Art of Kevin Titzer.

The screening will be followed by a virtual Q&A with the director, Jordan Barclay, and the subject, Kevin Titzer.

In 2020, Titzer was a guest on Lost in the Stacks, the Research Library Rock n’ Roll radio show. To listen, click here.

Learn more about Kevin Titzer’s work at https://www.kevintitzer.com/installations


About Sack Race With Knives: The Curious Art of Kevin Titzer.

In this short film, join sculpture artist Kevin Titzer on a race against time. Tasked with creating a monumental art installation at the University of Southern Indiana’s Pace McCutchan Gallery, Titzer faces a daunting challenge with only two weeks on the clock. Returning to his hometown of Evansville, Ind., Titzer's journey is captured by filmmaker Jordan Barclay. Witness the entire process as Titzer scours the local area for materials, then meticulously assembles the art installation, all while the countdown to completion ticks away.

To learn more about the film, visit https://filmfreeway.com/SackRaceWithKnives.


About Director Jordan Barclay

Jordan Barclay is a photojournalist and commercial photographer/ videographer out of Southern Indiana. Jordan’s work has earned recognition for his dedication over a broad range of media including photography, inter-active media, and digital film production. His documentary work as cinematographer includes The Invisible Patience, winner of the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature Film at the 2016 Indy Film Festival. 

More Upcoming Events

See All
Results 1 - 2 of 2