Anita Clearfield is an artist, writer and filmmaker. Her credits include several documentaries on PBS, including “Olivia Records: More Than Music,” (Producer/Director) and “Angela Davis: Walls Into Bridges,” (Assoc. Producer/Editor). She produced/directed “Vacation Nicaragua,” garnering a Silver Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival, Best Documentary at the San Antonio Film Festival and Latin American Film Festival, Havana, Cuba. She recently won the Galvanizing Leadership Award from the Maine Film Academy for her documentary, “There Ought to Be a Law” and she has received an Independent Filmmaker’s Grant from AFI. Her paintings and video installations have shown in galleries and museums, including the Columbus Museum of Art and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Her poetry has appeared in such literary magazines as Nightsun, Whiskey Island Magazine, Passages North, Wind, and the Women’s Studies Quarterly. She holds an MFA from MassArt, Provincetown and currently lives and works in Durham, Maine. Video Artist-in-Residence; Desert Delight Contributor.