On location during the filming of Who is Bozo Texino?
This Monday's guest lecturer at PSU is resident Portlander and filmmaker Bill Daniel. Daniel cut his teeth documenting the Austin punk scene in the 80s and has been working for over two decades documenting outsiders and subcultures. His work includes "Tresspassing Sign," made in collaboration with the late Margaret Kilgallen, and "The Girl on the Train in the Moon," a "hobo campfire installation" that was part of 2001's Widely Unknown show at Deitch Projects. Last year, Daniel debuted his feature length documentary on the history of hobo graffiti, Who is Bozo Texino?
Monday, April 17 • 7 p
PSU 5th Avenue Cinema • 510 SW Hall St. Room 92 (on the corner of 5th & Hall)
Sponsored in part by PICA, PNCA, and Reed College
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