AgX is hosting a memorial event for friends and admirers of Artist/ Alchemist of cinema Phil Solomon, who passed away on April 20th.
Please feel free to come and share memories or reflections and to celebrate the life and work of our friend. Refreshments will be served and a program of film and digital work will be presented.
Balagan presents two films by Detroit-based artist and filmmaker Julia Yezbick.
AgX members will learn to make black and white prints (from negative or positive) using the Bell & Howell Model C contact printer.
Join MONO NO AWARE at AgX for a SUNDAY AM COFFEE & NON-TOXIC PROCESSING MIXER! Drop by from 10AM to 2PM on Sunday, March 24th to learn how to process your black and white film using beer and coffee - Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm, Medium Format, 4" x 5", 70mm, ALL FORMATS WELCOME ! Everyone who attends will learn how to mix their own negative processing chemistry using a combination of consumable items from the grocery store. We’ll go over basic non-toxic processing options, then mix a synthesized solution created by Chris Knudsen and Steve Cossman based on the classic Caffenol (coffee) recipe and a beer processing “soup” developed by friend of the org (and master chemist) Dagie Brundert. All ingredients, equipment, and safety gear will be provided - Bring Your Own Black & White as an exposed roll/cartridge of black and white film, still or moving images. We will also have light tables and projectors available to view your work.
The workshop will be followed with a presentation by Steve Cossman about operating MONO NO AWARE and their approach to building a filmmaking community.
Workshop: 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Location: AgX Film Collective, 2nd FL, Building 18, 144 Moody St, Waltham, MA 02453, USA
Price: Free! Donations will be collected to support MONO NO AWARE.
An evening of experimental film from AgX, Boston's artist-run lab and film collective.
The films and videos included in this screening have different approaches to self-representation, and were produced by using a variety of moving image devices.
Join other AgX members in discussing the role of experimentation in our work.