Stunning views combine with International Pop–inspired fun to set the scene for the most happening patio nights in town. Explore the roving spirit of the Pop movement with live music and DJ beats, art-making, films, and much more. Each night has a unique flavor best paired with a cocktail from the Terrace bar.
Art-Making: Labor Camp, 6–8 pm
Join Polish-born artist Piotr Szyhalski and founder of Labor Camp, an ongoing project that celebrates the beauty and dignity of labor, for a night of collective creative production.
Screening: Selling Democracy, 6–10 pm
The post–World War II German Economic Miracle greatly influenced many of the German artists featured in the exhibition International Pop. This selection of films is drawn from Sandra Schulberg’s Selling Democracy retrospective, featuring works made by the Documentary Film Unit of the US Military Government in Germany and by the Marshall Plan Motion Picture Section. These films have been preserved and are presented in cooperation with the Academy Film Archive.
DJ: Clint Simonson, 6–10 pm
Founder of the local DIY label De Stijl Records, Simonson plays innovative and hard-to-find global pop treasures.
Music: Dosh & Ghostband, 8 pm
Martin Dosh and Jon Davis unite as Dosh & Ghostband to dish out techno-addled, IDM-damaged, bass ’n’ bliss groove music. Left-field sonics, Afro-Latin percussion, Chicago house, playful melodies, and squelching sequences swirl together in a delightfully polyrhythmic aural experimentation.