Have you been out to San Francisco International Airport yet to see “When Art Rocked: San Francisco Music Posters, 1966 – 1971“? Well, if the 162 posters and 100 or so postcards and handbills on display there are not enough to entice you, how about a free panel discussion and reception with some of the artists in the show? That’s what’s happening on Saturday February 21 at 3pm, when SFO will host an afternoon devoted to late-1960s rock posters at its Aviation Museum and Library, located in the International Terminal, just steps away from the “When Art Rocked” exhibition itself. The panel will feature artists Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, Lee Conklin, and David Singer —”When Art Rocked” guest curator and TRPS vice-president Ben Marks will attempt to moderate. After the panel, visitors will be invited to hang around, sip and snack, and check out the exhibition.
Space is limited, and parking will be validated, so RSVP today! Simply send an email to email@example.com or call 650-821-6783.
For directions, visit www.flysfo.com
To learn more about the show, visit SFO Museum, or read the article Ben wrote on Levon Mosgofian, whose company, Tea Lautrec Litho, printed most of the posters for Bill Graham back in the day.
Michael Adler says
will any of the artists be available to sign posters?