Experimental Music in Charleston Screening 6PM TONIGHT at the Communications Museum

This entry was posted on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Don’t miss recent CofC graduate Sarah Catoe’s Bachelors Essay Documentary Screening at the Communications Museum tonight at 6pm!

The documentary runs about 40 minutes.  The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the artist.

Sarah’s film encompasses a year and a half of anthropological field research, interviews, and observations on composed experimental music perceptions and practice in Charleston, South Carolina.

Be there or be square!

The John Rivers Communications Museum is located at on the College of Charleston campus in the historic district of beautiful downtown Charleston, South Carolina. They are housed in the Elliot House, built in 1803. The museums four display rooms highlight a wonderful collection of antique radios, televisions, phonographs, telephones, magic lanterns, motion picture projectors, and other items related to the history and entertainment of the communications and broadcasting fields. The museum offers individual and group tours, a variety of educational programs for grades K-12, and many educational events related to both topical social issues and communications history.

Rick Zender

Communications Museum
58 George Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29424

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