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.