Bjork’s “Wanderlust,” the first stereoscopic 3D music video, is one of the highlights of the exhibit
The Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center
has something very special in store for us this weekend, and if you haven’t already heard about it, well, there is still time to play catch up. This Saturday night will mark a new first for Cincinnati music history – as our Contemporary Arts Center debuts the first truly expansive exhibit on the art of the music video. You will be able to check out artifacts and videos connected to Kanye West, The White Stripes, Bjork, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Madonna and more. Here is a more thorough description of the exhibition.
And oh yeah, did I mention Dan Deacon will be in the house for a three hour performance? That’s right, Deacon is doing an hour of original music, along with two hours of DJ sets. It should be a great night, but remember to get there a little early, after all, the main performance room only holds a couple hundred people. More details below…
Doors open to the public at 8pm / Live performance by Dan Deacon / FREE admission & cash bar
Don’t miss out!
Become a Director’s Circle Member to enjoy cocktails & dinner-by-the-bite with the artists and curators at 6pm.