[TypicalGirls] Analog Before Digital: Punk/No Wave Film & Music
goingforawalk at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 20:34:24 EDT 2009
Thanks for your enthusiasm. AAU has guards that check student IDs at the
entry of the buildings, but I may be able to have "guests" once things get
rolling and I know where it will be. Feel free to send me an email in early
September and I'll see what I can do.
In terms of the syllabus, I'm still compiling the reader, film list and
details week by week. It doesn't seem terribly important to approach it
chronologically, so I'm giving into my process to see where it takes me ;)
On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 3:06 PM, lsmith <yelmo2000 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I'd love to see the syllabus if possible.
> Also, can "the public" drop in for a class or two??
> - Lani
> "I'm only craving fewer pieces of paper, fewer words in my letters and
> fewer letters in my words, in order to say what I gotta say."
> - Sylvester Stewart/Sly Stone
> --- On Tue, 7/7/09, denah johnston <goingforawalk at gmail.com> wrote:
> > From: denah johnston <goingforawalk at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [TypicalGirls] Analog Before Digital: Punk/No Wave Film & Music
> > To: "Typical Girls: Women in Punk/Post-Punk/Underground Music (Circa
> 1975-1980s)" <typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org>
> > Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2009, 2:21 PM
> > Hello all -
> > I wanted to send an email and let anyone in the Bay Area
> > know that I finally got a Punk/No Wave Film and Music class
> > approved for Fall 2009 at the Academy of Art University -
> > please find some info on the class below.
> > Official Catalog listing:
> > This course covers the film, music, and
> > art world cross-over activities
> > that were unique to New York from 1977-1987. This course
> > will screen
> > and discuss the historical background of each film through
> > the filters
> > of the late 1970s through the mid 80s art world, club
> > scene, and music
> > with selected readings.
> > Expanded description:
> > The innovative creators and inventors of
> > new forms of artistic expression many of the films have been
> > disregarded in academic film history, yet survive as a
> > testament to the crucial development of what we now refer to
> > as postmodern art. Painters, filmmakers, musicians,
> > photographers, DJs and other creative individuals
> > experimented and pushed the boundaries of what music and
> > film could be through No Wave/Punk film into
> > Underground/Independent film and the Cinema of
> > Transgression.
> > I have been trying to get a hold of film and video pieces
> > spanning from
> > the mid-70s to the late 80s with varying degrees of
> > success. If anyone
> > has any contact or other information (articles, book
> > suggestions, bands, etc.) on anything you think might be
> > relevant
> > I'd certainly appreciate it - feel free to contact me
> > directly. This
> > class is an extension of ongoing research for my
> > Dissertation on Underground
> > Movements in Music, Art and Film 1978-84. Right now
> > it's focused on New York, Berlin and LA - but of course
> > it's expanding. . .
> > I hope to hear from some of you!
> > Best Regards,
> > --
> > :denah a. johnston
> > (c) 415-845-4325
> > goingforawalk at gmail.com
> > professor | filmmaker | ABD PhD candidate (The European
> > Graduate School)
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