For my Art Festivals class I'll be creating a Film Screening. I have 4 Ideas & would like some feedback on what you would like to see. My Goal is to have FULL Audience Participation...
(I need would like to invite everyone I know and their goal is to bring as many people as possible.)

1) Bad Film:
Film has not yet been chosen. I would offer popcorn to throw at the screen & shouting at the film & making fun of it is a requirement.

2) Compiled Favorite Film Clips:
Clips have not yet been chosen. I would ask some of my friends and family to give me their favorite scenes and then I would create a film combining all the scenes together. Along with that would be a companion booklet/brochure with a list of the people that have their favorite scene included in the film. The Audience participation would involve the audience trying to figure out who chose which scene.

3) Monterey Pop Festival
I wanted to create a "Festival" feeling for a class on Art Festivals & I wonder how a contemporary audience would react to such an iconic event with the best performers in Music. I doubt anything like this will ever happen again.
"The Monterey Pop Festival embodied the themes of San Francisco as a focal point for the counterculture and is generally regarded as one of the beginnings of the "Summer of Love" in 1967. It also became the template for future music festivals, notably the Woodstock Festival two years later...
The festival launched the careers of many who played there, making some of them into stars virtually overnight. The Who and Jimi Hendrix had each already been sensations in the UK and Europe but were practically unknown in the USA. Other artists who rose to popularity following their appearances at Monterey included Janis Joplin, Laura Nyro, Canned Heat, Otis Redding, Steve Miller and Indian sitar maestro Ravi Shankar."

4) Concert Experience: Although I could have included the Monterey Pop Festival, the two are different types of events. The concert has not yet been chosen. This would be a Concert shown on screen, most likely in the dark. The audience must be in a roudy mood and willing to dance and act a fool & leave your inhibitions at the door.

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