IMAGE: Andy Warhol, Sleep, 1963. © 2015 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie institute. All rights reserved.

Green Screen Film Series: Warhol’s Sleep

NEW DATE: Thursday, November 5

Gates open at 6:30P, film at 7:15P, gates close at 1A. Reservations recommended. Due to the weather forecast, the film will be screened indoors in the Art School Studio 3, with limited indoor seating. Guests are welcome to drop in and out of the screening while also enjoying the art and activities in the galleries and on the grounds.

Laguna Gloria comes alive during an unusual late-night experience!

Sleepwalk with Andy Warhol during a screening of the artist’s dreamy durational film Sleep, consisting of five hours and twenty-one minutes of Warhol’s friend John Giorno sleeping, projected in 16 mm (1963, 321 min., silent, black and white).

Explore a selection of the Strange Pilgrims exhibition at Laguna Gloria, including Yoko Ono’s interactive work Summer Dream (Let your dream come true on a distant wall) and installations by artists Lakes Were Rivers and Trisha Baga. Roger Hiorns's interactive foam sculpture A retrospective view of the pathway will be activated at 6:30 and 9:30P.

Plus, experience the Sculpture Park in a new light during guided flashlight tours every hour starting at 7:30P, with the final tour at 11:30P. Weather permitting.

Picnics are welcome, with food and beverages also available for purchase from The Gardener's Feast's Tamale Addiction and a sweet and savory menu from OMG! Cheesecakery.

Programmed by Scott Stark for Experimental Response Cinema. Green Screen Film Series: Warhol’s Sleep is presented in collaboration with Experimental Response Cinema and in partnership with the Visual Arts Center.