Morrison Hotel Gallery and The Alexander Gallery Present - Peace, Love and War – The Sights and Sounds of ‘67: A 2-Day Music Film Festival, Veterans Benefit and Photography Exhibition on Saturday & Sunday August 12th - 13th the Alexander Gallery in Nevada City.
VIP Event Saturday 4-6pm: includes a meet and greet with photographer Henry Dilltz, custom catered meal and drinks and preferred reserved seating for the screenings at The Nevada Theater at 7pm
UNDER THE COVERS - the stories behind the album cover photographs Diltz took of CSN, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, The Doors and more.
the newly remastered MONTEREY POP, the 1967 festival film, and one of the first concert films ever made. Produced by Lou Adler, John Philips and DA Pennebaker featuring the seminal performances by The Who, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Ravi Shankar and Jimi Hendrix, the Mamas and Papas and more.
Veterans Benefit Sunday Aug 13th at The Nevada Theater 2pm.
Encore sreening of the newsley remasterd MONTEREY POP and THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE, a newly released highly acclaimed documentary about veterans coping with PTSD, what it is, and programs that are helping.
Hosted by Morrison Hotel Gallery and Nevada County Arts Council and Image Nation