The Academy Award-winning documentary is about sculptor and architect Maya Lin who, at age 21,
designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The film tells the gripping story behind the Vietnam Memorial and explores a decade of her later creative work. Maya Lin’s designs for the Civil Rights Memorial, the Yale Women’s Table, and the Juniata Peace Chapel reveal her ability to address major issues of our time with the healing power of art. Directed by Freida Lee Mock. Produced by Freida Lee Mock and Terry Sanders. Winner, 1995 Academy Award, Best Documentary Feature.
Introduced by John P. Stern, President, Storm King Art Center.