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The NY Dog Film Festival

Stray dogs abroad, adventure dogs in sidecars, dogs winning prizes, dogs in prison, senior dogs, dogs who make you laugh, and dogs at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. The NY Dog Film Festival™ is coming to Bloomington on Sunday, Sept 22nd!

The festival consists of two different 60-75 minute programs of documentary, animated, and narrative films. A portion of every ticket benefits the Monroe County Humane Association. The festival is curated by Tracie Hotchner, nationally acclaimed pet wellness advocate, author, and host of NPR show Dog Talk.

These are not “Dogs Gone Wild” internet videos that have gone viral. Rather, they are collections of inspiring, educational, and amusing short films from around the world exploring the special relationship between wise dogs and their all-too-human companions.

Younger dog lovers can certainly enjoy the films. But some deal with mature subjects: separation, ageing and loss. They’ll spark thoughtful conversations afterward. (Children 10 and under are free.)

Well-mannered, well-dressed dogs who appreciate good films are invited to attend. (But if you plan on coming with your dog, please read the fine print at the bottom of this page.)

STAY TUNED FOR THE NY CAT FILM FESTIVAL OCT 20th at the BCT

 

PROGRAM #1  “EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY” (1 hr 16 min)

A Dog’s Life (8 min) – Pieter Vandenabeele’s animated interpretation of a dog’s view of an ordinary day in his life.

Killing Me Softly (3 min) Deirdre Mendoza’s funny narrative imagines a dog park in Los Angeles, where a man-bun-sporting shaman creates social havoc.

Riders of the Arctic  (26 min) Hilse De Groote’s documentary looks at the Arctic dog sledding race that is the  largest in Europe, with contestants from all over the world – focussing on.the bond between the dogs and their mushers.

Fospice Dog Sid (3 min)  Maggie Amiano’s documentary about the last-chance-at-happiness adoption of Sid, a little old sick dog, who got a very happy last chapter in his life.

Imperfect Adventure (5 min) Mallory Paige’s documentary chronicles her decision to overcome doubts and fears to become the adventurer she’d always envisioned – riding across North America in a motorcycle, with her dog in the sidecar.

It’s a Potcake Life (30 min) Evelyn Osorio Vaccaro’s heart-warming documentary follows the indigenous stray dogs of the Bahamas – called Potcakes – and the happy endings facilitated by an island of dedicated rescuers.

Ooh la la (1 min) Erika Fischerkeller’s witty animation explores the relationship between males, females and dogs. Inspired by the French Poodle.

PROGRAM #2   “LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND” (1 hr 13 min)

Unexpected (2 min) James Lee’s delightful animated story with an unexpected ending.

I Rescue Senior Dogs (5 min) – Elizabeth Howe’s biographical documentary about Sherri Franklin, the founder of Muttville, the rescue for senior dogs in San Francisco

Elvis: The Lonely Hunter of Circle Beach (5 min) Matt Hulse’s hilarious story about a remote Long Island beach, where a tough little dog named Elvis searches for the elusive buried bagel.

You Don’t Know Jack (3 min) – Tom Corwin’s documentary about a beagle named Jack, rescued from a meat farm in South Korea,who found his way to a loving Bay Area home thanks to the Marin Humane Society.

Dog Power (25 min) Kale Caey’s dynamic documentary follows the glorious canine athletes  who compete with their humans in international competitions for canicross, bike and scooterjoring, skijoring, and cart, sprint and middle distance dog sled racing.

About a Dog (16 min) Mollie Fitzgerald’s charming story about an antisocial book editor, who unexpectedly and reluctantly has to foster a dog, an experience that brings her out of shell and introduces her to love.

Esther – Saving Castaways (6 min) Andrew Wright’s documentary chronicles a rehabilitation program for unwanted dogs being trained by prison inmates and how an unlikely union brings out a change in character for both.

Shit Happens (2 min) Joan Caspi’s comedic use of a mime to show what happens when you don’t “Pick It Up.”

Well Groomed – (8 min) Rebecca Stern takes us on a psychedelically-hued journey into the colorful and passionate world of competitive creative dog grooming.

Dame Mit Hund (1 min) Sonja Rohleder’s beautiful little work of animated art.

 

 

 

Single Admission Tickets: $10 in Advance / $15 Day of Show. Admission is free for children 10 and under. You can purchase Single Admission Tickets HERE.

All Day Passes: $15 in Advance / $20 Day of Show. You can purchase an All Day Pass HERE. The All Day Pass includes admission to both programs of short films along with two feature films which will be announced soon. Your dog can come to the canine-related films. Please read the fine print below if your dog is planning on attending.

 

The NY Dog Film Festival would not be possible without the generous support of our partners.

 

 

The fine print: if you bring your dog …

  • Dogs must be spayed/neutered
  • Owners must show written proof of a rabies vaccination within the past year. Rabies tags are not sufficient documentation; paperwork from your vet is required.
  • All dogs must be kept on a short leash (no retractable leashes) for the entire event.
  • We reserve the right to ask owners to remove dogs with behavioral problems, and the right to ask dogs to remove owners who are unable to follow the safety rules. Woof!

Mike Wallace Is Here

Deemed the “enemy of the people” by our current president, journalism in America is on the chopping block. Lies, fake news, propaganda, and verbal subterfuge threaten to cripple our First Amendment. This fascinating exposé of 60 Minutes’ fearsome newsman Mike Wallace turns his hard-hitting, no-holds-barred journalistic style loose on Wallace himself, who is considered by many to be the inventor of the form.

Deemed the “enemy of the people” by our current president, journalism in America is on the chopping block. Lies, fake news, propaganda, and verbal subterfuge threaten to cripple our First Amendment. This fascinating exposé of 60 Minutes’ fearsome newsman Mike Wallace turns his hard-hitting, no-holds-barred journalistic style loose on Wallace himself, who is considered by many to be the inventor of the form. Mike Wallace unflinchingly interrogated the biggest figures of the 20th century. During 50 years on the air, his aggressive reporting style and showmanship redefined what America has come to expect from broadcasters.

As riveting as it is topical, Mike Wallace Is Here mirrors its subject’s scrutinous gaze to better understand how we arrived at the precarious media tipping point menacing our democracy today. Exhuming decades of never-before-seen footage from the 60 Minutes vault, filmmaker Avi Belkin crafts an all-archival portrait that explores what drove and plagued this restless reporter, whose storied career and troubled personal life were inherently entwined with the evolution of broadcast journalism itself. (94 min)

Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts

August 31, 2019 @ 10:00 am 6:00 pm

The annual Labor Day Weekend show, occurring when students and their visiting families return to Indiana University, is organized by local artists and hosts 120 artisans from across the country who offer their work to the public. In addition to excellent artwork there are music stages, Spoken Word stages, kids booths and community booths for all to enjoy. For more information visit https://www.4thstreet.org

About The Festival

The 4th Street Art Festival is a 501©4 non-profit organization that was founded in 1977 by artists, for artists. The Festival committee is made up of 17 working artists who regularly exhibit and sell their work at local, regional, and national art fairs. Many of the artists have been involved in the 4th Street Festival for many years bringing a level of consistency to the event. Two staff members assist with planning and day-of-show tasks.

While the focus of the 4th Street Festival is squarely on the fine art and fine crafts, non-profit arts groups from the area are invited to have booths promoting their community projects, area  activities, and art related opportunities. Music and performance stages suitable to the cultivation of art appreciation and art sales, serve to entertain visitors.

The annual Labor Day Weekend show, occurring when students and their visiting families return to Indiana University, now attracts visitors from all over Indiana and the Midwest. The crowd estimate is over 40,000 during the two day period.​

The 4th Street Festival was started in 1977 after a discussion between potters Carolyn Mullet and Marcia Cmack who had attended a crafts marketing conference on art fairs. At that time, Bloomington was well known for having many established local artists and craftspeople. An  interested group met in March of 1977. The goal was to provide high quality work to the Bloomington audience. That year, Labor Day weekend saw 55 exhibitors setting up on a beautiful Saturday morning.

Free

Quarryland Men’s Chorus Auditions

August 12, 2019 @ 6:00 pm 9:30 pm

Join us for Season 18, The Road to Festival 2020! Men and transmen are eligible to sing – all orientations and genders are welcome to join as off-stage members.

No experience necessary – auditions consist of an interview with the artistic staff and vocal exercises like scales and a sing-along with the piano. Each audition takes 5-10 minutes. No appointment necessary – but plan to stay for rehearsal 7-9:30pm afterward.

2020 is a unique opportunity for folks who want to sing at an international music festival. Quarryland will perform in Bloomington for our traditional winter and spring concerts as well as gigs like World AIDS Day, Bloomington Pridefest, Spencer Pride, and other opportunities related to our mission. Performers who sing with QMC for the entire season are eligible to travel with us to Minneapolis for the quadrennial GALA Choruses Musical Festival 2020. We’ll even pay your $275 registration fee to attend.

Festival 2020 will be like nothing you have ever experienced before, with more than 6,000 diverse singers representing over 100 choruses and ensembles for 5 powerful days of concerts, festivities, and community-building.

Quarryland Men’s Chorus is an established, respected partner in the region’s art scene. In addition to providing a positive performance-based community for gay and bisexual men and their allies in South Central Indiana, the Chorus fosters talent, fellowship, pride, and understanding through excellence in vocal music.

Dr. Casey Hayes

6465957302

http://quarryland.org/events/

First United Church

2420 E 3rd St
Bloomington, Indiana 47401 United States
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Quarryland Men’s Chorus Auditions

August 5, 2019 @ 6:00 pm 9:30 pm

Join us for Season 18, The Road to Festival 2020! Men and transmen are eligible to sing – all orientations and genders are welcome to join as off-stage members.

No experience necessary – auditions consist of an interview with the artistic staff and vocal exercises like scales and a sing-along with the piano. Each audition takes 5-10 minutes. No appointment necessary – but plan to stay for rehearsal 7-9:30pm afterward.

2020 is a unique opportunity for folks who want to sing at an international music festival. Quarryland will perform in Bloomington for our traditional winter and spring concerts as well as gigs like World AIDS Day, Bloomington Pridefest, Spencer Pride, and other opportunities related to our mission. Performers who sing with QMC for the entire season are eligible to travel with us to Minneapolis for the quadrennial GALA Choruses Musical Festival 2020. We’ll even pay your $275 registration fee to attend.

Festival 2020 will be like nothing you have ever experienced before, with more than 6,000 diverse singers representing over 100 choruses and ensembles for 5 powerful days of concerts, festivities, and community-building.

Quarryland Men’s Chorus is an established, respected partner in the region’s art scene. In addition to providing a positive performance-based community for gay and bisexual men and their allies in South Central Indiana, the Chorus fosters talent, fellowship, pride, and understanding through excellence in vocal music.

Dr. Casey Hayes

6465957302

http://quarryland.org/events/

First United Church

2420 E 3rd St
Bloomington, Indiana 47401 United States
+ Google Map

High Life

High Life is unlike every outer space film you’ve ever seen. An astronaut and his baby daughter are the last survivors of a dangerous mission to deep space. The crew—death-row inmates led by a doctor (Juliette Binoche) with sinister motives—has vanished.

 

Single Tickets $6     Semester Passes $35     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus?    

High Life is unlike every outer space film you’ve ever seen. An astronaut and his baby daughter are the last survivors of a dangerous mission to deep space. The crew—death-row inmates led by a doctor (Juliette Binoche) with sinister motives—has vanished. As the mystery of what happened onboard the ship is unraveled, father and daughter must rely on each other to survive as they hurtle toward a black hole.

High Life is the first English-language film by French filmmaker Claire Denis. We’ve shown a number of her films over the years and some of you might have seen her talk at the IU Cinema in 2012. (113 min)

French filmmaker Claire Denis is one of the unsung geniuses of worldwide cinema. Not everyone knows her name, but the movies she’s made over the past three decades–like the sensuous, evocative 1999 Billy Budd adaptation Beau Travail, or 35 Shots of Rum, from 2008, a drama about makeshift families that reflects the ever changing face of France itself–are so vital and so brazenly varied that you could spend a lifetime splashing in their depths. – Time magazine

2001: A Space Odyssey meets Solaris meets David Cronenberg. . . . By twisting around preconceptions of what an outer-space epic should be, French auteur Claire Denis returns to the fertile ground of her Trouble Every Day era, using genre to dig beneath themes that others would only treat as skin-deep. – The Toronto Globe and Mail

 

 

 

 

Quarryland Men’s Chorus Open House and Late Auditions

July 31, 2019 @ 8:00 am 5:00 pm

Join us for Season 18, The Road to Festival 2020! Men and transmen are eligible to sing – all orientations and genders are welcome to join as off-stage members.

No experience necessary – auditions consist of an interview with the artistic staff and vocal exercises like scales and a sing-along with the piano. Each audition takes 5-10 minutes. No appointment necessary – but plan to stay for rehearsal 7-9:30pm afterward.

2020 is a unique opportunity for folks who want to sing at an international music festival. Quarryland will perform in Bloomington for our traditional winter and spring concerts as well as gigs like World AIDS Day, Bloomington Pridefest, Spencer Pride, and other opportunities related to our mission. Performers who sing with QMC for the entire season are eligible to travel with us to Minneapolis for the quadrennial GALA Choruses Musical Festival 2020. We’ll even pay your $275 registration fee to attend.

Festival 2020 will be like nothing you have ever experienced before, with more than 6,000 diverse singers representing over 100 choruses and ensembles for 5 powerful days of concerts, festivities, and community-building.

Quarryland Men’s Chorus is an established, respected partner in the region’s art scene. In addition to providing a positive performance-based community for gay and bisexual men and their allies in South Central Indiana, the Chorus fosters talent, fellowship, pride, and understanding through excellence in vocal music.

Dr. Casey Hayes

6465957302

http://quarryland.org/events/

First United Church

2420 E 3rd St
Bloomington, Indiana 47401 United States
+ Google Map

Babylon

You’ve seen The Harder They Come, maybe you’ve seen Rockers, but you’ve never seen anything like Babylon. Franco Rosso’s incendiary film had its world premiere at Cannes in 1980 but went unreleased in the U.S. until this year for “being too controversial, and likely to incite racial tension.”

Single Tickets and Festival Passes (Special Pricing, See Below)     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus?  

Babylon is part of our Face The Music Film Festival.

You’ve seen The Harder They Come, maybe you’ve seen Rockers, but you’ve never seen anything like Babylon. Franco Rosso’s incendiary film had its world premiere at Cannes in 1980 but went unreleased in the U.S. until this year for “being too controversial, and likely to incite racial tension.” Raw and smoldering, it follows a young dancehall DJ (Brinsley Forde, frontman of landmark British reggae group Aswad) in South London as he pursues his musical ambitions, battling fiercely against the racism and xenophobia of employers, neighbors, police, and the National Front. Written by Martin Stellman (Quadrophenia) and shot by two-time Oscar  winner Chris Menges (The Killing Fields) with beautifully smoky cinematography that has been compared to Taxi DriverBabylon is fearless and unsentimental, yet tempered by the hazy bliss of the dancehall set to a blistering reggae soundtrack featuring Aswad, Johnny Clarke, Dennis Bovell, and more. (95 min) WATCH THE TRAILER

Tickets: Single Film: $8 in adv/$10 day of show   Festival Pass (4 films) $15 in adv / $20 day of show (With a Festival Pass you can see the films on different nights. A Festival Pass can be used at campus screenings, Bear’s Place and at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. You can purchase advance tickets online through the Buskirk-Chumley site – those tickets can also be used at any of the other screenings. You can also purchase tickets at Fine Arts or Bear’s Place prior to a movie – ask your well-mannered, well-dressed Ryder box office attendant for a single ticket or a festival pass.

 

Saturday, July 20
Echo in the Canyon – 5 pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (upstairs)
Babylon – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (Downstairs)
Apollo 11 – 7pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs (50th Anniversay screening tonight!)
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater Downstairs
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 9pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Sunday, July 21 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Echo in the Canyon – 2pm
Babylon – 4:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6:30
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8:30

Sunday, July 21 at Bear’s Place
Apollo 11 – 5:30
Babylon – 7:45

Friday July 26
Echo in the Canyon – 6:15 IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – IU Global & International Theater
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm  IU Fine Arts Theater

Saturday, July 27
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church 6:00 IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs
Babylon – 7pm – IU Fine Arts Downstairs
Echo in the Canyon – 7:30 IU Global & International Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs

Sunday, July 28 at Bear’s Place
Babylon – 5:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 7:30

Friday, August 2
High Life – 7:45 IU Global & International Theater

Saturday, August 3
Echo in the Canyon – 4pm – IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!

Sunday, August 4 at Bear’s Place
Echo in the Canyon 5:15 – Last Chance!
Babylon 7:45 – Last Chance!

Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace

In 1972, having topped the pop charts with a series of hits, Aretha Franklin returned to her family’s gospel roots. She held two concerts of the most deeply moving spirituals at a Baptist church in Watts, a Los Angeles neighborhood still recovering from the riots six years earlier.

Single Tickets and Festival Passes (Special Pricing, See Below)     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus?   

Amazing Grace is part of our Face The Music Film Festival.

In 1972, having topped the pop charts with a series of hits, Aretha Franklin returned to her family’s gospel roots. She held two concerts of the most deeply moving spirituals at a Baptist church in Watts, a Los Angeles neighborhood still recovering from the riots six years earlier. Director Sydney Pollack was hired to document the shows, but he neglected to bring the clappers to mark the sound. As a result, the footage sat unused for more than 40 years. Just months after Franklin’s death, this film is finally being seen, and it’s a thrilling, unforgettable testament to her musical influences and legacy. The camera pans across the ecstatic audiences and then returns to Aretha’s soaring vocals. It makes for a raw, exalted performance, buoyed by the Southern California Community Choir and jubilant attendees taken over by the spirit. Amazing Grace captures a remarkable performer near the peak of her prodigious power. (87 min)

Tickets: Single Film: $8 in adv/$10 day of show   Festival Pass (4 films) $15 in adv / $20 day of show (With a Festival Pass you can see the films on different nights. A Festival Pass can be used at campus screenings and at Bear’s Place, in addition to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. You can purchase advance tickets online through the Buskirk-Chumley site – those tickets can also be used at any of the other screenings. You can also purchase tickets at Fine Arts or Bear’s Place prior to a movie – ask your well-mannered, well-dressed Ryder box office attendant for a single ticket or a festival pass.

 

Friday July 19
Echo in the Canyon – 6:15 IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm  IU Fine Arts Theater

Saturday, July 20
Echo in the Canyon – 5 pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (upstairs)
Babylon – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (Downstairs)
Apollo 11 – 7pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs (50th Anniversay screening tonight!)
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater Downstairs
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 9pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Sunday, July 21 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Echo in the Canyon – 2pm
Babylon – 4:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6:30
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8:30

Sunday, July 21 at Bear’s Place
Apollo 11 – 5:30
Babylon – 7:45

Friday July 26
Echo in the Canyon – 6:15 IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – IU Global & International Theater
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm  IU Fine Arts Theater

Saturday, July 27
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church 6:00 IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs
Babylon – 7pm – IU Fine Arts Downstairs
Echo in the Canyon – 7:30 IU Global & International Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs

Sunday, July 28 at Bear’s Place
Babylon – 5:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 7:30

Friday, August 2
High Life – 7:45 IU Global & International Theater

Saturday, August 3
Echo in the Canyon – 4pm – IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!

Sunday, August 4 at Bear’s Place
Echo in the Canyon 5:15 – Last Chance!
Babylon 7:45 – Last Chance!

Echo in the Canyon

It was a time (1965 to 1967) when folk musicians came to LA to emulate The Beatles and Laurel Canyon emerged as a hotbed of creativity and collaboration for a new generation of musicians who would soon put an indelible stamp on the history of American popular music.

Single Tickets and Festival Passes (Special Pricing, See Below)     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus? 

Echo In The Canyon is part of our Face The Music Film Festival.  It celebrates the explosion of popular music that came out of LA’s Laurel Canyon in the mid-60s as folk went electric and The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield and The Mamas and the Papas gave birth to the California Sound.  It was a time (1965 to 1967) when folk musicians came to LA to emulate The Beatles and Laurel Canyon emerged as a hotbed of creativity and collaboration for a new generation of musicians who would soon put an indelible stamp on the history of American popular music. Featuring Jakob Dylan, the film explores the beginnings of the Laurel Canyon music scene.  Dylan uncovers never-before-heard personal details behind the bands and their songs and how that music continues to inspire today.  Echo in the Canyon contains candid conversations and performances with Brian Wilson, Ringo Starr, Michelle Phillips, Eric Clapton, Stephen Stills, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Roger McGuinn and Jackson Browne as well as contemporary musicians they influenced such as Tom Petty (in his very last film interview), Beck, Fiona Apple, Cat Power, Regina Spektor and Norah Jones. (82 min)  WATCH THE TRAILER

 

Tickets: Single Film: $8 in adv/$10 day of show   Festival Pass (4 films) $15 in adv / $20 day of show (With a Festival Pass you can see the films on different nights. A Festival Pass can be used at campus screenings, Bear’s Place and at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. You can purchase advance tickets online through the Buskirk-Chumley site – those tickets can also be used at any of the other screenings. You can also purchase tickets at Fine Arts or Bear’s Place prior to a movie – ask your well-mannered, well-dressed Ryder box office attendant for a single ticket or a festival pass.

 

 

Friday and Saturday, July 12 and 13
Apollo 11 – 6:30 – IU Fine Arts Theater
Ash is Purest White – 7:30 – IU Global & International Theater
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8:15  IU Fine Arts Theater

Sunday, July 14 at Bear’s Place
Apollo 11 – 5:15
Ash is Purest White – 7:30 – Last Chance!

Friday July 19
Echo in the Canyon – 6:15 IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm  IU Fine Arts Theater

Saturday, July 20
Echo in the Canyon – 5 pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (upstairs)
Babylon – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater (Downstairs)
Apollo 11 – 7pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs (50th Anniversay screening tonight!)
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater Downstairs
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 9pm IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Sunday, July 21 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Echo in the Canyon – 2pm
Babylon – 4:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6:30
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8:30

Sunday, July 21 at Bear’s Place
Apollo 11 – 5:30
Babylon – 7:45

Friday July 26
Echo in the Canyon – 6:15 IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – IU Global & International Theater
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm  IU Fine Arts Theater

Saturday, July 27
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church 6:00 IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs
Babylon – 7pm – IU Fine Arts Downstairs
Echo in the Canyon – 7:30 IU Global & International Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater – Upstairs

Sunday, July 28 at Bear’s Place
Babylon – 5:15
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 7:30

Friday, August 2
High Life – 7:45 IU Global & International Theater

Saturday, August 3
Echo in the Canyon – 4pm – IU Fine Arts Theater
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace – 6pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!
Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church – 8pm – IU Fine Arts Theater – Last Chance!

Sunday, August 4 at Bear’s Place
Echo in the Canyon 5:15 – Last Chance!
Babylon 7:45 – Last Chance!