Tag Archives: Adolfas Mekas

RIP Taylor Mead

Everytime someone amazing and creative dies the universe shifts a little. Taylor Mead died last week at age 88. He was an artist, a writer, an actor and a “bohemian,” (who also happened to come from a lot of money). … Continue reading

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Sascha Rice, A California State of Mind

I saw Sascha Rice’s new documentary The Legacy of Pat Brown, about her grandfather a few weeks ago at MOCA and fell in love. I am admittedly a sucker for nostalgia of any kind but it has to be done … Continue reading

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RIP Adolfas Mekas

I woke up this morning to sad news. Adolfas Mekas, my old film professor from Bard passed away this morning. He was 85 and an amazing man with an even more amazing history which he would share with his students … Continue reading

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Anthology Film Archives’ 40th Birthday!

One of the greatest things I got out of going to Bard (other than massive student loan debt and the ability to navigate socially awkward gatherings) is knowing about totally obscure films that most people have never heard of. Yeah, … Continue reading

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MOCA Art Panels

Last summer I joined the board of the MOCA Contemporaries as an Education Chair and one of the things I’ve been working on for them besides organizing studio visits with artists is the Art Panels series. Our first one is … Continue reading

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Beautiful Walls

I may have spent too many years in the small dark theater of Preston at Bard being lectured by Adolfas Mekas on the beauty of painted film but nonetheless he did a great job of instilling a deep appreciation in … Continue reading

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