The Visionists of Boston
When I made the "Visionists of Boston" documentary as my Master's thesis project, I planned to use the film to introduce people to this time period and facilitate more ambitious projects on similar subjects.  In particular I would love to make a narrative film, or a documentary with re-enactment scenes, about the Visionists, F. Holland Day, and Kahlil Gibran. 
I have continued to research the Visionists and have been posting new information to the Visionists website.  I would like to connect with others who are interested in this subject to insure I have will have support and an audience for future projects.  In March I will be screening the film and giving talks in classes at Suffolk U. and Harvard Extension.  If you have ideas for additional venues to screen the film and/or give talks, I would be happy to hear from you.  Likewise if you are interested in this subject or in helping out with a future project, feel free to e-mail me at or follow the Visionists Facebook page.
The Berkeley Building (aka The Old John Hancock) in Boston's Back Bay, designed by Visionist Ralph Adams Cram.
Portrait of Kahlil Gibran by Visionist Fred Holland Day.
Frontispiece from the poetry book Songs of Vagabondia, written by Bliss & Hovey, illustrated by Meteyard, and published by Copeland & Day (all Visionists). Found in the library of the former Day mansion, now the Norwood Historical Society.
The Visionists gathered at the Day House in Norwood.  Photo by Fred Holland Day.
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