Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).
Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).

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Three programmes printing descriptive listings of upcoming film screenings at the New Arts Lab, "London's Underground Cinema", May 28th-September 20th (1970).

Three individual sheets, illustrated, each one measuring 25.4x34.2cm., folded vertically twice to make a leaflet, one of them printed in blue. Also included is an invite flyer for the New Arts Lab's birthday party, October 4th (1970). Fine.


Films listed include 'Wavelength' (Michael Snow); 'Bike Boy', 'Lonesome Cowboys' (Andy Warhol); 'The Fall' (Peter Whitehead); 'Fuses' (Carolee Schneemann); 'Jason' (Shirley Clarke); 'Fireworks', 'Scorpio Rising' (Kenneth Anger); 'The Brig' (Jonas Mekas); 'Senseless', 'Chumlum' (Ron Rice); as well as programmes of films by Jeff Keen, Maya Deren, Bruce Conner, Stan Vanderbeek, Malcolm Le Grice, Stan Brakhage, Peter Gidal, The Kuchar Brothers, Steve Dwoskin, the Fluxus group, and others.


The New Arts Lab (aka The Institute for Research into Art & Technology, also Robert Street Arts Lab) was founded in 1969 by a breakaway group of original Arts Lab members and others, including the London Film-Makers' Co-op, Pamela Zoline, John Hopkins, Biddy Peppin, David Curtis, John Lifton and Hugh Davies. It was housed in a short-life factory building made available by Camden Council in Robert Street, Euston, and, as well as the cinema, run by Curtis, it included theatre and gallery spaces, the LFMC workshop, and Hoppy's TVX video research group.


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