The Green Bay Film Society will feature the quirky and fascinating documentary “How to Draw a Bunny” at 7 p.m. this Wednesday (Feb. 23) at the Brown County Central Library. (Note the location change from the museum.) The film addresses the life of Ray Johnson, sometimes called “the most famous unknown artist in New York.” A brilliant collagist and early mail artist, graduate of Black Mountain College, pop artist and friend of the New York avant-garde, Johnson, his life and death are shrouded in mysteries and myth. The presenter is Dr. Stephen Perkins, Lawton Gallery curator and a Johnson co-collaborator. Sponsors of the Green Bay Film Society include UW-Green Bay, the Neville, Brown County Library and contributing members.
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9 Jan, 2020