Popular events in Washington — a preview of 2015 Videofreex fame?

Skip Blumberg introduces samples of Videofreex work. Photo by Denaise Seals.

Skip Blumberg introduces samples of Videofreex work. Photo by Denaise Seals.

The events held in Washington, D.C. on March 9 and 10 both proved popular.

The National Gallery of Art presentation drew about 75 audience members and numerous in-depth questions on early video and preservation.

The screening at the DC Arts Center packed the black box theater. Reminiscence on resistance and video continued into the night.

Is this a sneak peek at 2015, which will see both the Videofreex museum exhibit and feature-length movie?

Below, more pictures from the happenings.

Tom Colley of the Video Data Bank explains the partnership between VDB and Videofreex. Photo by Denaise Seals.

Tom Colleyof the Video Data Bank explains the partnership between VDB and Videofreex. Photo by Denaise Seals.

A May Day Collective member then and now. Photo by Skip Blumberg.

A May Day Collective member then and now. Photo by Skip Blumberg.

Audience members at the DC Arts Center remember when video galvanized the anti-war demonstrations of May Day 1971. Photo by Skip Blumberg.

Audience members at the DC Arts Center remember when video galvanized the anti-war demonstrations of May Day 1971. Photo by Skip Blumberg.

One comment

  1. I think the answer to the question in your title is YES!

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: