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Galaxy Cafe Screening

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LA Times Media Center at the Art Center College of Design

1700 Lida St

Pasadena, CA 91103

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4 interpolation films (arthouse films) by Lost Unicorn Productions. We will host this free screening in the intimate LA Times Media Center with 3 seperate screenings at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. A brief Q & A will open each showtime. Formal attire is requested. Content is appropriate for all ages.


THE FILMS:
STATION 23: on the longing for a better language.
RED IS NOW YELLOW: A poem about awakening to the confusion of not knowing who wrote The Program or how to get out.
GALAXY CAFE: A dream about dimentional realities and our ability to tap them.
GET YOUR GAS MASK: A satire commenting on society's glamorization of and service to poison.


ABOUT THE CREATORS:
Coleman Dobson is a mathmagician professor, dancer, writer, actress and futurist. Joletta Hardman is a writer, actress, singer, editor, dancer and futurist. * Special thanks to Dan Burton, George Caleodis, Dara Block, David Bouza, Anthony Rossomando and the Art Center.

PARKING:
Please park in the student parking lot which is at the very end of MacMinn Drive. There is no charge for parking.

DIRECTIONS:
LA TIMES MEDIA CENTER
Art Center College of Design
1700 Lida St
Pasadena CA

From the student parking lot, descend the outdoor stairs into the main building and make your way to the lower level via the indoor stairs. The LA Times Media Center is directly below the stairs.

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