Saturday Free School for the Arts: Rock Videos as Art with Bill Arning

Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston discusses How to Look at Rock Videos as Art at the museum on August 15, 2009 at 3:00 pm CST. The lecture took place as part of Saturday Free School for the Arts, a program organized by SKYDIVE, an artist-run space in Houston, TX. storage unit . SFSA follows the model of community schools established by radical and revolutionary groups, such as late 19th and early 20th century anarchists in Spain whose Modern Free Schools spread political and practical knowledge to a broad spectrum of society. car dealers . austin texas . SFSA offers workshops, lectures, and skill-sharing classes at no cost to its participants, and usually last 1-2 hours. Video credits- Video work: Sasha Dela, co-director of SKYDIVE Special thanks to: SKYDIVE List of works shown: 1) La Roux – Bulletproof 2) Nam June Paik and John Godfrey – Global Groove 3) Laurie Anderson – O Superman 4) The Smiths – Ask directed by Derek Jarman [DVD: The Smiths the Complete Picture (2000)] 5) Bruce Conner on DEVO [DVD: The Complete Truth About De-Evolution (2003)] 6) Pet Shop Boys – Go West 7) Pet Shop Boys – Home and Dry directed by Wolfgang Tillmans 8) The Replacements – Bastards of Young 9) The Cramps [DVD: The Cramps – Live at Napa State Mental Hospital (2004)] 10) Robbie Williams – rock DJ [DVD: Since (2000)] 11) White Stripes – Fell in Love with a Girl directed by Michel Gondry [DVD: Directors Series

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