Artists' Television Access

Open Screening – Impressionism & Expressionism

Thursday, November 15, 2007, 8:00 pm, $5

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Theme: Impressionism & Expressionism

Next open screening will be November 15th!!!

                 Pissarro meets Monet at the Academy Suisse in 1859, then, in 1861, Guillaumin and Cézanne with whom he was to work later at Pontoise
Monet , Renoir , Sisley , Bazille met at the Fine Arts School in 1862, while studying in Charles Gleyre’ workshop, and constituted the core of the movement. Bazille will be killed at Franco-Prussian war of 1870
                   Degas meets Manet in 1862 (” Portrait of Manet” – 1864 ), before meeting Monet and Renoir in 1866 at the café Guerbois. He will have as a follower, since 1877, Mary Cassatt (1845-1926)

              From 1868, Manet will have as pupils Berthe Morisot (1841-1895), who will become his sister-in-law by marrying his brother Eugen, and Eva Gonzales (1849-1883)

             Caillebotte meets Degas, Monet and Renoir in 1873, and helps them to organize the 1st exhibition of the Impressionist group in 1874, before becoming co-organizer and co-financial of most of the following ones. Manet and Corot decline the invitation to take part in this exhibition

             Gauguin, at his beginnings as a painter, meets Pissarro in 1875 and becomes his pupil, then takes part from 1879 on in the Impressionist shows

             Van Gogh will arrive in Paris in March 1886, where he will discover and integrate Impressionism.

                                               In FIlm & Video

so guys

are you interested in getting your movies out there?
do you wanna share your films, get feedback and meet other filmmakers?
You should submit your shorts to us
We are arranging the coolest Open Screening in the Bay Area.
At the legendary ATA, Artist television Access


For you who are not currently making movies or maybe never touched a camera, don’t feel left out… this is a venue for us all…
You can watch the great shorts, hang out, enjoy our refreshments, meet new interesting people and be a part of a night worth to remember.
be prepared to cry, smile and just simply open your mind.


Camilla & Luk

 Luk & Camilla


Submissions: Label all tapes w/ name, contact, title and length. Mail to: Openscreening, 992 Valencia, SF, 94110 1-2 week advance submissions strongly recommended. If not. . . it is all good. Max length: 15 min. Formats: DVD, miniDV/DVcam, VHS, beta, 8mm and 16mm All genres.

More Info: contact Camilla & Luk – 415-368-7431 or [email protected]

 ATA’s open screening is the only monthly open submissions screening in the Bay Area. Get your work out there! Get feedback! Or just come and take it all in! One hour of shorts are accepted monthly on an open revolving basis, anything goes with the screened work, and the refreshments are pretty good too.

$5, FREE admission for contributing artists. Door:7:30pm Projector: 8pm

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