The TreeSpirit Project and Save The Angel Oak team up to offer a special evening of art and activism at the Terrace Theater on November 3, 2011 at 7pm. View the Charleston-based segment filmed at the Angel Oak last May—which made Charleston TV news headlines. That event brought naked people to pose with the ancient Angel Oak to raise awareness of the planned development that would cut down over 40 acres of its protective forest (more than 2,000 trees).
The film segment to be shown is part of the upcoming feature documentary, Out On A Limb. This dramatic footage of the making of the naked “TreeSpirit Project” photograph filmed at the Angel Oak on May 14th aired on ABC-4 and CBS-5. Meet the filmmakers and the protagonist,TreeSpirit Project founder, Jack Gescheidt. Learn how and why this photograph was made and participate in a Q & A session. Join the community devoted to preserving the Angel Oak’s forest habitat and the unique rural character of Johns Island.