Experimental filmmaker Gunvor Nelson focuses on themes of childhood, memory, home/homeland, displacement, aging and feminism. Born in 1931 in Stockholm, Sweden, Nelson has been making moving image art since the mid 1960s. Four works will be screened from 16mm film: “Schmeerguntz” (15 minutes, 1966), “My Name is Oona” (10 minutes,1969), “Take-Off” (10 minutes, 1972) and “Old Digs” (20 minutes, 1993). Celluloid Wednesdays is a midweek film series that offers audiences the chance to view celluloid film prints, historic narratives, documentaries, ethnographic and experimental films on the big screen. Free; use the museum’s 7th Avenue entrance.