Join us for an evening of screenings and conversation with director Milah Libin, Gregg Kaysen of Mass Appeal, and Rachell Morillo, an assistant educator in MoMA’s Department of Education. Music Video Night is a three-part series in which leaders in the music video industry share insights into their working processes and career paths. Taking thematic inspiration from the art on view, guests will highlight New York City as a prominent force in their work. A reception follows.
Milah Libin is a Brooklyn-based photographer, filmmaker, publisher, poet, artist, and curator. She is editor-in-chief and cofounder of Dizzy, a biannual print magazine and publisher. Libin has directed music videos for the New York–based rapper Princess Nokia and the indie rock group Beach Fossils, among others. She has photographed for brands and publications including X-Girl, MadeMe, and Sneeze magazine.
Gregg Kaysen is a creative director, writer, and artist. In collaboration with Mass Appeal, he launched Music Video Night, a monthly showcase celebrating the art of the music video.
Tickets will be available online starting January 4. Tickets ($15; $10 members and Corporate members; $5 students, seniors, and staff of other museums) can also be purchased at the information desk or the Film desk on the day of the program. Check-in will start at 8:30 p.m.
Program length: 90 min.
Enter through the Lauder Film Entrance at 11 West 53rd Street.
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