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Antumbrae Intermedia Events presents Optic Antics ATX Festival

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The Optic Antics ATX Festival will include film screenings, lectures, and music.

Ken Jacobs is a restless innovator of cinematic and digital experimentation. His Nervous Magic Lantern performances illuminate the screen in a myriad of 3D forms – no special glasses required. A breathtaking and all-around mystifying head/body experience without the use of electronics or film-based effects. The performance will be accompanied by live musical soundtracks.

diNMachine makes amoebic dance-rock and known for their work that infuses Indian, African & South American styles with jazz & avant-garde composition.

The festival includes:

  • September 21 - Ken Jacobs film screening at Austin Film Society, AFS Cinema
  • September 22 - Ken Jacobs lecture and films at Art + Art History Building Auditorium, University of Texas
  • September 23 - Drum Workshop and Stop Motion Orchestra: How to Quit Crack at Museum of Human Achievement
  • September 24 - Nervous Magic Lantern performance w/diNMachine at First Street Studio
  • September 25 - ​SoundSpace: Michael Schumacher (diNMachine) at Blanton Museum

The Optic Antics ATX Festival will include film screenings, lectures, and music.

Ken Jacobs is a restless innovator of cinematic and digital experimentation. His Nervous Magic Lantern performances illuminate the screen in a myriad of 3D forms – no special glasses required. A breathtaking and all-around mystifying head/body experience without the use of electronics or film-based effects. The performance will be accompanied by live musical soundtracks.

diNMachine makes amoebic dance-rock and known for their work that infuses Indian, African & South American styles with jazz & avant-garde composition.

The festival includes:

  • September 21 - Ken Jacobs film screening at Austin Film Society, AFS Cinema
  • September 22 - Ken Jacobs lecture and films at Art + Art History Building Auditorium, University of Texas
  • September 23 - Drum Workshop and Stop Motion Orchestra: How to Quit Crack at Museum of Human Achievement
  • September 24 - Nervous Magic Lantern performance w/diNMachine at First Street Studio
  • September 25 - ​SoundSpace: Michael Schumacher (diNMachine) at Blanton Museum

The Optic Antics ATX Festival will include film screenings, lectures, and music.

Ken Jacobs is a restless innovator of cinematic and digital experimentation. His Nervous Magic Lantern performances illuminate the screen in a myriad of 3D forms – no special glasses required. A breathtaking and all-around mystifying head/body experience without the use of electronics or film-based effects. The performance will be accompanied by live musical soundtracks.

diNMachine makes amoebic dance-rock and known for their work that infuses Indian, African & South American styles with jazz & avant-garde composition.

The festival includes:

  • September 21 - Ken Jacobs film screening at Austin Film Society, AFS Cinema
  • September 22 - Ken Jacobs lecture and films at Art + Art History Building Auditorium, University of Texas
  • September 23 - Drum Workshop and Stop Motion Orchestra: How to Quit Crack at Museum of Human Achievement
  • September 24 - Nervous Magic Lantern performance w/diNMachine at First Street Studio
  • September 25 - ​SoundSpace: Michael Schumacher (diNMachine) at Blanton Museum

WHEN

WHERE

Blanton Museum of Art
200 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
Austin, TX 78701
https://www.facebook.com/events/1071990929518255/

TICKET INFO

$6-$15
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