Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: Stan Brakhage Lecture at Johns Hopkins - Part 1

Identifier: 
narv_#15LectureAtJohnsHopkins1
Title: 
Stan Brakhage Lecture at Johns Hopkins - Part 1
Description: 
Stan Brakhage discusses showing films at universities. He proposes issuing avant-garde films in the 8mm format for home and museum collections. He mentions his deal with Grove Press to market 8mm versions of his film 'Window water baby moving.' He then talks about the difficulty of getting others into art, using poetry as an example. Brakhage describes his film 'Scenes from under childhood' and talks about the interplay of image and sound. Finally, he discusses content in art, various mediums of art, and what the life of an artist is like with the audience. He also comments on the creation of his film 'Mothlight.' Paul Sharitz is in attendance and speaks during the 'questions from the audience' session. Continued on 'Stan Brakhage Lecture at Johns Hopkins - Part 2.'
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Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Stan Brakhage begins 32:15 Brakhage ends 32:16 Discussion with the audience begins 01:04:19 End
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SegmentSequence
Description: 
Johns Hopkins University
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Venue
Subject: 
Artists
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Artists as teachers
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lcsh
Subject: 
Art -- Philosophy
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lcsh
Subject: 
Window water baby moving (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Scenes from under childhood, Part 1 (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Mothlight (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Sound in motion pictures
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Source: 
narv_#15LectureAtJohnsHopkins1
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Contributor: 
Sharits, Paul
Contributor Type: 
naf
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Date: 
1968-03
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English