After Hours in the Cerebral Kitchen: Experimental Filmmaking in the 21st Century (9/29)

Adopting the model of the broadcast TV cooking show, Fred Worden, associate professor of visual arts, shares the secret recipes, ingredients and techniques he has created in his quest to cook up new cinematic cuisine. On Wednesday, September 29 at 4 p.m. in the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, Worden will trace lines of continuity from early cinema’s first photochemical explorations to the current digital reinvention of the form. As in the first decade of the 20th century, a technology-driven growth spurt is opening doors to uncharted cinematic territories, and it is the artists who are heading out first to scout the lay of the land.

Sponsored by the James M. and Virginia T. Dresher Center for the Humanities and the Department of Visual Arts.

Admission is free. For additional information call ext. 5-6798.

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