It was a shoulder-to-shoulder gathering of the curious this July when The Nantucket Project held two special showings at their headquarters in Greenwich, CT. On July 19, they aired Screenagers, a documentary that dives deep into the challenges of raising children in a technology-driven world. Then on July 21, guests watched the reading of Feeding the Dragon, a solo play written and performed by Sharon Washington that introduces us to a young girl growing up in the public library. It’s an examination of the power of secrets, language and forgiveness. The Nantucket Project (TNP) aims to share humanity’s most vital stories. The showings were part of the TNP Library series, monthly talks, readings, screenings and book discussions that generate conversations about life’s important questions. After both events, guests were invited to discuss what they saw in a town hall forum Q&A.
Photographs by Cheryl Moss