For Immediate Release
THE 2ND ANNUAL WORLD ARTS FILM FESTIVAL TO HOST MUSICIAN,
DAMIEN LAMAR’S “THE NEW ADVENTURES OF PROFESSOR CLOCK” (SERIES)
MAY 15 – 17, 2014 AT THE CONFERENCE CENTER AT THE MAIN LIBRARY
IN DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE, FL (May 13, 2014) The World Arts Film Festival will host a 3-day sound environment room curated by multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and ASCAP writer/publisher Damien Lamar. Listeners will be taken to an alternate state of mind through a uniquely created atmospheric sound project called ‘The New Adventures of Professor Clock”. The psychedelic project, currently consisting of 3 volumes, is a spiritual and audible fine-tuning experience using unconventional sound design and is described by Lamar as [an] intentionally calculated, musical experience where sound design & composition meets art.
Also premiering in the sound environment room will be an audiovisual work created out of a
collaboration between Damien Lamar and videographer, Adam MacHose. MacHose produced
an exclusively figurative video abstraction for Lamar’s track, “5125” which was based on the
track’s mysterious ambiance. The full 57 minute project will be presented during specific
intervals during the festival.
FESTIVAL TICKET INFORMATION: Tickets per day are $8 – $10 from 10am 6pm to $25 for an
All Access Festival Pass that includes evening reception and activities. For most up to the minute daily schedule of events, to purchase your tickets or for more information
about the festival, visit http://www.worldartsfilmfestival.org.
The World Arts Film Festival, presented by nonprofit organization, World Arts Education, highlights the creativity of a new generation of filmmakers inviting both established masters and first time directors.
As part of WAE’s global educational outreach, the festival will bring diverse groups of filmmakers of all ages and backgrounds, including those with special needs, to meet and mentor each other and their audiences through this new venue. Created by individuals in New York, Los Angeles and Jacksonville, and supported by a growing network of advisors around the world, the organization is dedicated to a global message of inclusion through the arts and education.
For Media specific inquiries, please contact:
Karen Sadler, Director, World Arts Film Festival
Laura Morey, Public Relations
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