Psychedelic Cinema

This event last occurred on February 2, 2018, 6:30—8:30 pm.
Join us for a groovy night of film, music, and art making! Sip on a “Kool-Aid” cocktail and dance to retro hits from a live DJ while you watch vibrant images from Ken Brown’s Psychedelic Cinema float across the screen. Take a break to see mesmerizing art on view in our current exhibitions, or make some of your own! 
Ticket includes film, music, art-making activities, exhibitions, one complimentary drink, and snacks. Additional cocktails available for purchase. 
The event takes place in the brick Museum gallery building (the one that looks like a castle!). Please enter through the front door by the parking lot and check in at the lobby front desk. You can then take the stairs or elevator to the third floor.

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About the Film
Psychedelic Cinema is a collection of vibrant, hallucinatory films from the late 1960s created by experimental filmmaker Ken Brown. Originally projected behind performers like Jimi Hendrix and The Velvet Underground, it offers a visual tapestry of multi-layered imagery to enhance the auditory experience.
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