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Are you in San Francisco?  Do you like animated art?  Well then, you won’t want to miss this great event at Artists’ Television Access:

ANIMATED ART

Friday, August 27, 2010, 8:00 pm, $6


Rethinking the boundaries between animation, visual art, and experimental filmmaking, this program of films by (mostly) Seattle filmmakers brings together artists working in mediums rarely shown together.

The program includes:

CARNIVAL OF LIFE by Cathy McClure;

A MOMENT’S REVERIE by Tess Martin;

THOUGHT CITY by Stefan Gruber;

THE SLOVENIAN BAG by Amanda Moore;

I FORGOT MY NAME by Matthew Cox;

SINKING OF THE HUNLEY by Drew Christie;

CREDO CIGALIA by Britta Johnson;

LIFE FORMS by Davis Limbach;

THE PRODUCTION AND DECAY OF STRANGE PARTICLES by Jon Behrens;

LAST CALL 1 by Webster Crowell; MYTH LABS by Martha Colburn;

LAST CALL 2 by Webster Crowell;

HOW TO DRAW DOGS by Salise Hughes;

DEERHOOF by Clyde Petersen & Forrest Baum;

BEDTIME STORIES by Sarah Jane Lapp;

LAST CALL 3 by Webster Crowell;

ENDLESS TUNNEL by Tommy Thompson;

MARINETTI’S FUTURIST MANIFESTO by Drew Christie;

MY LIFE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT by Friese Undine;

SAVAGE ARCHAEOLOGY by Britta Johnson;

and FRACTUMS with Brent Watanabe, Henry Gallery 2007 (including footage from Jeffery Michell’s Hanabuki Installation) by Brent Watanabe.

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