Secret Cinema at the ICA

Need something fun to do this week? A way to escape the heat? Come down to the Institute of Contemporary Art this Wednesday to take part in one of the final events for this year’s Secret Cinema. Details below.

Wednesday, August 3
8:00 PM- 11:00 PM
Admission: FREE
Sister Ray Slam with Secret Cinema

The Secret Cinema will help make the media more multi as all celebrate the close of ICA’s summer season with screenings of rare Andy Warhol short films and “Screen Tests,” accompanied by four live bands reinterpreting the Velvet Underground’s epic “Sister Ray.” Many of the films selected were originally part of Warhol’s “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” shows with the Velvet Underground. In conjunction with the exhibition That’s How We Escaped: Reflections on Warhol, come channel The Factory with music by U.S. Girls, Dry Feet, Megajam Booze Band, and The Sweet Sister Ray Band (featuring Dan Murphy of Megawords). Plus artisanal treats by Little Baby’s Ice Cream!



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One response to “Secret Cinema at the ICA

  1. Nothing like “real” culture, is there?

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