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Expanded Cinema merges film and freakiness at planetarium

Take your protein pills and put your helmets on: experimental films from the 60’s and 70’s will be screened in the Burke Baker Planetarium at the Houston Museum of Natural Science on Saturday, May 14. The program, called Expanded Cinema was curated by CAMH staffer and experiential music buff Peter Lucas, and aims to evoke “the cultural landscape as film/media artists of the era embraced multiplicity, combined art forms, and integrated new technologies to create immersive art experiences.” Presented in conjunction with the opening of the CAMH exhibition Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom, and Aurora Picture Show,  the planetarium show begins at 8PM, and doors open at 7:30PM. FREE!

also by Bill Davenport
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