Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
Before the music ends (1965) (13:26) -- Light piece for David Tudor I-II (1965) (33:06, 32:57)
New York Public Library
This program contains excerpts from Decouflé's film work, including filmed segments of multimedia performances as well as stand-alone experimental films and television commercials. The films Caramba, Codex, and Le P'tit Bal are among those excerpted. Decouflé discusses such influences as Hollywood musicals and the works of early 20th-century cinema pioneer Georges Méliès, and his collaboration with commercial artist and director Jean-Paul Goude. The program also includes two short Méliès films
State Library of South Australia
Presented by Feast (in association with UNIDOS). Artist Jason Sweeney; designer Nicola Connor; director Daniel Clarke. "Home grown Feast Festival" - at head of poster
State Library of South Australia
Venue: Adelaide Festival Centre Gallery, 1st May to 28th June; sponsored by: the Australia Council Crafts Board; the Community Arts Board; the Theatre Board; the Arts Council of South Australia; the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust Community Arts Free For All team
New York Public Library
This program features a panel discussion of The pied piper, a new work for American Ballet Theatre choreographed by David Parsons, and set to music by John Corigliano. Excerpts from the ballet open and close the program. Corigliano discusses his commission to create the music for flutist James Galway, and his mix of conventional and unconventional musical composition and notation in the work. A recorded selection is played to illustrate his comments. Parsons discusses the complexity of choreographing to Corigliano's music and the use of puppetry and digital projection in the ballet
New York Public Library
Homer Jackson talks about his multimedia art work-in-progress "Open arms." By deconstructing the film "Imitation of life", Jackson's work critizes the roles and the absence of African-Americans in Hollywood. Julie Drizin reports for NPR Crossroads
State Library of Western Australia
Compilation of skadada performances
University of Denver - Penrose Library
Footage of the installation entitled "Reclaiming the symbol" by Edith Altman, multi-media artist and Holocaust survivor regarding the swastika as a positive symbol used in many societies in an attempt to deconstruct the evil associated with the swastika as used in WWII. Exhibit at the State of Illinois Art Gallery


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