We can certainly begin arranging a spring tour if there's enough interest
and bookings. Perhaps Colgate might be interested in booking the Fischinger
and/or Bute programs? It would be great to hear from programmers in
upstate NY and New England venues who are interested in the Belson (16mm),
Fischinger (35mm) and/or Bute (16mm) Retrospective programs. We have other
curated programs & illustrated talks, but those are the most requested.
Center for Visual Music
CVM email is cvmaccess at gmail.com
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> Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2014 07:12:03 -0700
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Sun/Mon - Fischinger & Bute Retrospectives,
> *Will you be touring in the spring?*
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> Subject: [Frameworks] Sun/Mon - Fischinger & Bute Retrospectives,
> From: C Keefer <keef...@gmail.com>
> Date: Sat, September 27, 2014 8:58 am
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> 2 programs from Center for Visual Music at Harvard Film Archive
> Sun, Sept 28, *Optical Poetry: Oskar Fischinger Retrospective* at Harvard
> Film Archive, Cambridge MA, 7 pm. 35mm prints of his classic films, and a
> new restoration of Studie nr 5.
> Mon., Sept 29, *Seeing Sound: Mary Ellen Bute Retrospective* at Harvard
> Film Archive, presented in association with Cecile Starr. 7 pm.16mm
> prints, featuring all of her short abstract films.
> I'll be introducing both shows
> Then, on Thurs. Oct 2 the Fischinger show screens in Philadelphia at
> International House.
> best regards
> Cindy Keefer
> Center for Visual Music
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