Susan Galardi, Thoughtful Thursday Underwritten by Guild Hall
Parrish Art Museum’s director of communications talks about a women’s history event screening experimental films made by members of Women Artist Filmmakers, a local network established in 1974 to discover, celebrate, and support women artists who make films, which will be paneled by Rosalind Schneider and Sara VanDerBeek Friday night, March 11, at 6 p.m. From the Parrish website: “This selection of films was organized by Schneider and Martha Edelheit, one of the group’s original members, for a commemorative screening conducted at The Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs in 2021. The event was the conclusion of Soft Network’s multi-venue programming entitled Interior Scroll or What I Did on My Vacation which explored feminist, inter-generational, and multi-disciplinary artistic interactions that have been integral to the ongoing development of the arts communities of the East End.”
Joe Lauro, American Grooves Radio Hour
In addition to previewing the next edition of the American Grooves Radio Hour, a “melting pot” show featuring music from different cultures, Joe talks about this Saturday’s Soul Spectacular over at Bay Street Theater, which will include a tribute to Otis Redding. He discusses how the Monterey Pop Festival and filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker, exponentially expanded horizons for Otis, as well as Janis Joplin and other artists.