900 Auraria Pkwy Denver, CO 80204

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The University of Colorado Denver will be presenting a free, public “double-feature” of Vivienne Dick’s 1978 short Guérillère Talks, starring iconic post-punk women musicians such as Lydia Lunch, Ikue Mori, and Pat Place. This will be followed by Dick’s recent documentary New York Our Time, which revisits several of these same women today, updating and fleshing out the portraits in the original. This screening will be followed by a formal Q&A between Dick and filmmaker/scholar Rachel Garfield, moderated by CU Denver art historian Maria Elena Buszek. 

Both Dick and Dr. Garfield emerged from the original punk scenes in the US and UK. Vivienne Dick is an Irish feminist experimental and documentary filmmaker whose earliest films helped define New York City’s “No Wave” cultural scene. Rachel Garfield is also a filmmaker of renown, whose work explores the formation of subjectivity in relation to race, class, gender, and disability. She is a Professor of Fine Art at the Royal College of Art in London.

This event is free and open to the public.

Tivoli Community Theater
900 Auraria Parkway (directions)
(entrance on Walnut Street across from iPie, paid parking available in the Tivoli Garage, located at 9th Street and Auraria Parkway

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