Terry Cannon's odd, engaging and wildly popular The Baseball Reliquary, an alternative to Cooperstown, will be explored by his long-time collaborator Albert Kilchesty. Much fun!
“Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Dock Ellis' LSD No-hitter.” –The Baseball Reliquary
Wit and whimsy define Terry Cannon, the gregarious cultural activist. His odd but engaging art-life-library projects, too numerous to list here, include the popular The Baseball Reliquary Shrine of Eternals, Pasadena Filmforum, Spiral, and Skinned Knuckles, each honored individuals inhabiting the fringes of mass culture.
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Meeting ID: 843 9326 6106 Passcode: 349508
FILMS: A generous selection of The Baseball Reliquary events and meetings, interviews, clips, music, and commentary, followed by a full-length screening of the Sixties underground cult classic Sins of the Fleshapoids (1965, 43 mins.) by Mike Kuchar. TRT 120 mins.
BIO: ALBERT KILCHESTY Is a writer, musician, performer, art midwife, cultural historian and all-around good guy who once was intimately involved in the production, exhibition, teaching and advocacy of moving-image art.
Co-SPONSORS: AVA Gallery and Art Center, CATV, Department of Film and Media Studies Dartmouth College, Filmmakers Showcase, Howe Library, Jones Media Center - Dartmouth Library, Miami Beach Cinema Interactive Archive, VTIFF - Vermont International Film Foundation.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.