Our film festival proved to be an enjoyable way to sit in the dark on a Sunday afternoon. We were particularly happy to screen some of the films of John Keel, which had not been seen since the 1970s. Thanks to all who attended.
I will be showing comics and picture stories, projected on the wall so that all can see, on the next “Carousel,” hosted by R. Sikoryak. (I’ve decided that we need a moratorium on the word “curated.”) It will be at 7:30, on Wednesday, Sept.12, at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie St, NYC. There is more info on the Carousel site.
Now that summer is over, you may want to head over to Jalopy, in Brooklyn, to brush up on your ukulele skills. I’ll be teaching three levels, starting Sept. 13. Private instruction is also available, for those who can’t stand the ruthless competition of a group class.
(Posted by Doug Skinner)