Q: What’s better than a program of Bill Plympton’s animated shorts?
A: A program of Bill Plympton’s animated shorts projected on a 30′ square screen above 6th Avenue in New York.
Q: What is the Big Screen Project?
A: From their website - The Big Screen Project is a creative initiative to promote art, culture and entertainment in a public venue. BSP seeks out creative content from non-web based sources in order to bring fresh thoughts and visuals to our audience. Content sources include private collections, galleries, museums, and independent artists.
This screening is part of a special presentation for “Animation April”
What: The Big Screen Project is pleased to present Bill Plympton: a retrospective of animated shorts
** ANIMATOR WILL BE IN ATTENDENCE **
When: April 25, 2011/7:00 PM
Where: Opening reception / indoor viewing at the Food Parc and Public Plaza
FEATURED WORK INCLUDES:
The Fan and the Flower
Shut Eye Hotel
Santa the Fascist Years
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