[TypicalGirls] analog before digital: punk/no wave film & music

jeremy hulette jeremy.hulette at gmail.com
Thu Nov 25 14:55:50 EST 2010

ahhhhhh! your course sounds amazing Denah… would absolutely want to attend
if I was still living in SF.


> Hi all,
> Just a quick note to let you know my course *analog before digital: punk/no
> wave film & music* will run for a 3rd semester at the Academy of Art
> University in San Francisco in Spring 2011.  You can see details on my
> Facebook note here:
> http://www.facebook.com/note.php?saved&&note_idG3031969757
> Please feel free to spread the word.  If you have questions, or would like
> more info please feel free to contact me directly.
> I am also contributing a chapter on Vivienne Dick's seminal No Wave
> films *Guerillere
> Talks *(which includes Pat Place, Lydia Lunch, Adele Bertei, Ikue Mori,
> Beate Nilsen and others) and *She Had Her Gun All Ready* (with Pat Place
> and
> Lydia Lunch) for a forthcoming critical volume called* Burning Down the
> House: Downtown Film, Video and Television 1975-2001* edited by Joan
> Hawkins.  You can see the line-up of contributors and articles at the
> website:
> http://www.downtownfilmanthology.com/anthology-contributors.html
> Best!
> --
> :Denah A. Johnston
> "The goddamn movies.  They can ruin you.  I'm not kidding."
> - Holden Caufield in J.D. Salinger's *Catcher in the Rye*

Jeremy Hulette
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