San Carlos Library, 610 Elm Street
The folk-rock music of the mid-60s San Francisco scene included an exciting visual counterpoint: the colorful and trippy designs used to advertise musical line-ups at local venues. The posters themselves became a celebrated art form and the era is remembered not just for its psychedelic sounds but also for these fascinating and often confounding images. Join Russ Bertetta and Rodney Paul as they discuss the Big Five in a presentation that will take you on walk through the musical and artistic memory lanes that defined an era.
Target Audience: All ages, music lovers, art lovers