Join us for an evening of screenings and conversation with director Kid Art, Gregg Kaysen of Mass Appeal, and Thomas Lax, Curator of Media and Performance at MoMA. In conjunction with The People’s Studio: Collective Imagination, Music Video Night is a three-part series in which inspiring leaders in the music video industry share insights into their working processes and career paths. Taking thematic inspiration from the art on view, each event will highlight New York City as a prominent force in their work. A reception follows.
Kid Art has risen to become one of the top directors in the music industry today. Starting his career in New York City at a young age, Kid Art has directed videos for Drake, French Montana, Meek Mill, Dipset and T.I. among others. His studio, Chariot Pictures, co-founded with his brother cARTier Brown (Known as the “Art Brothers”) and Andrew Goor, has become one of the leading production companies in the industry.
Tickets will be available online starting on November 7th. Tickets ($15; $10 members and Corporate members; $5 students, seniors, and staff of other museums) can also be purchased online, at the information desk, or at the Film desk on the day of the program. Check-in will start at 9:00pm. Program length: 90 min.
Enter through the Lauder Building Lobby, 11 W 53rd Street.
American Sign Language interpretation and CART captioning is available for any public program, with advance notice. Please email [email protected] to request sign language interpretation with two weeks notice or to request CART with three weeks notice.
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