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A key part of the legacy of the Deluxe Art Show is the continued practice and expansion of Black modernism, breaking from forms and inventing new ones. These themes are represented in the program for this event, including the documentary Time, directed by Garrett Bradley, the daughter of DeLuxe Art show curator Peter Bradley; and Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like A Star, part of a free virtual program comprised of three short films representing 5th Ward, Black Invention, and Modernism.

Schedule of events

  • September 23: Time at Moonstruck Drive-In
  • September 24: Virtual program of Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like a Star, Flash Gordon Parks’ Archie Bell, and Isaac Yowman’s Memory Builds the Monument (all films will be available to stream for a week after release)

A key part of the legacy of the Deluxe Art Show is the continued practice and expansion of Black modernism, breaking from forms and inventing new ones. These themes are represented in the program for this event, including the documentary Time, directed by Garrett Bradley, the daughter of DeLuxe Art show curator Peter Bradley; and Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like A Star, part of a free virtual program comprised of three short films representing 5th Ward, Black Invention, and Modernism.

Schedule of events

  • September 23: Time at Moonstruck Drive-In
  • September 24: Virtual program of Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like a Star, Flash Gordon Parks’ Archie Bell, and Isaac Yowman’s Memory Builds the Monument (all films will be available to stream for a week after release)

A key part of the legacy of the Deluxe Art Show is the continued practice and expansion of Black modernism, breaking from forms and inventing new ones. These themes are represented in the program for this event, including the documentary Time, directed by Garrett Bradley, the daughter of DeLuxe Art show curator Peter Bradley; and Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like A Star, part of a free virtual program comprised of three short films representing 5th Ward, Black Invention, and Modernism.

Schedule of events

  • September 23: Time at Moonstruck Drive-In
  • September 24: Virtual program of Stefani Saintonge’s F*cked Like a Star, Flash Gordon Parks’ Archie Bell, and Isaac Yowman’s Memory Builds the Monument (all films will be available to stream for a week after release)

WHEN

WHERE

Moonstruck Drive-In Cinema
100 Bringhurst St.
Houston, TX 77020
https://www.cinemahtx.org/echoes-of-the-deluxe-art-show/

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