13 Bach Rd. Saugerties, New York 12477
Open Weekends, 12:00 noon till 4:00 pm.
"Two hour tour with walkabout
Museum Admission: $7. Adult, $3.50 children under 12.
HIPSTORY shows an historic chronology from
Woodstock to Bethel, Saugerties, Rome and beyond, featuring related gatherings,
festivals and Woodstock's official sister city, Nimbin, Australia (surrounded
by 200 intentional communities), re-birthed after the 1973 Aquartius Festival,
Australia's answer to Woodstock.. Discuss the museum's vision with founders
Shelli Lipton and Nathan Koenig. Hear what historian Alf Evers said about
Student comments ran the gamut, "Do you think Woodstock now has a bad name because of the Rome concert? I never knew the real legacy of Woodstock was so much more than the music." "Woodstock has a sister city in Nimbin, Australia?" "It's amazing how the White Buffalo appeared at the The 1st Rainbow Gathering and the Hopi prophecy about the return of the long-haired, people of peace that sounds like Hopi."
Here's what the Director said "I would like
to sincerely thank you for your participation at this year's IBS conference,
and for putting together what turned out to be an amazing presentation.
The reviews that we have received have been universally positive, and
we greatly appreciate all the work and effort you put into your presentation
at the conference. We hope that you will be able to join us again next
year for IBS 2010 in NYC."
|These and other films by appointment:
The 60's Revolation
|"Woodstock Can't Get there from Here" is a cool, new doco on the historic eras of the Woodstock the Art Colony by David McDonald. (1hour 25minutes)|
|"Lifestyles of the Solar
Famous" An edutaining way to learn all about solar from
low-cost scrounge technology to high-end state-of-the-art. It shows how
PV works, even in cold climates.
This is not a how-to video but a fun excursion into the technology of sustainable living. (1hour 15minutes)
Woodstock's official sister city Nimbin, Australia is a hippie town
surrounded by over 200 alternative communities.
What began in the San Francisco '67 Summer of Love and peaked at Woodstock took root in Nimbin. Lessons learned about freedom from alternative lifestyles, intentional communities, environmental activism, aboriginal respect and ending the drug war through education and reform, all while having fun." This piece highlights the Nimbin Mardi Grass Festival. (1hour 34minutes)
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