SPAC and the Tang Teaching Museum Collection present
Chromatic Scales: Psychedelic Design
July 19-30 ǀ 12pm-5pm
Visit SPAC’s new “The Pines” lobby for this psychedelic art exhibit, FREE and open to the public
Chromatic Scales: Psychedelic Design from the Tang Teaching Museum Collection features more than thirty recently acquired 1960s San Francisco psychedelic rock concert posters designed by artists such as Jim Blashfield, Lee Conklin, and Bonnie MacLean, and the Big Five’s Wes Wilson and Victor Moscoso. The collection, which will be on view in SPAC’s new “The Pines” facility lobby, features major bands such as The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, and Van Morrison and the era’s legendary venues The Matrix, Avalon Ballroom, and Fillmore Auditorium.
Chromatic Scales is part of All Together Now, an expansive, regional collections-sharing project organized by the Tang Teaching Museum with support from the Henry Luce Foundation. All Together Now forges new collaborations between arts organizations in our region to bring attention to rarely seen objects.
Chromatic Scales is free to attend – guests will need to check in and out with security at the Route 50 entrance to SPAC.