CVM Symposium 2018: Exploring and Preserving Visual Music

in association with Sonoma State University

August 14 - 16, Sonoma County, CA




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REGULAR: Includes Symposium and Evening Screenings Tues - Wed, Aug 14 & 15               REGULAR $300     STUDENT $200

TUESDAY only: Includes Symposium and Tuesday Evening Screening, Aug 14                       REGULAR $150     STUDENT $100

WED only: Includes Symposium and Wed. Evening Screening, Wed, Aug 15                           REGULAR $150     STUDENT $100

See below for MONDAY and THURSDAY separate ticketed events


SSU Students and Faculty, please contact CVM for separate registration rates; we have some free tickets (limited amount) for SSU students

CVM Student Members, please contact CVM for discounts




Separate Ticketed EVENTS

Opening Wine Reception, Monday, August 13 at nearby winery, 5 - 7 pm - $15. Only 4 tickets left! (must be purchased in advance). Free parking. Indoor/Outdoor..


Closing Event: Thursday, August 16, Sebastopol Center for the Arts. 2-7 pm. Film Screening, Panel Discussion & Wine Reception.

Presented in Collaboration with Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Indoor/Outdoor Reception (5-7).

Tickets: General Public, $20. CVM and SCA Members $15. Free Parking. Purchase through the Eventbrite site.


Screenings Only: Pass for Tuesday and Wednesday, 4 evening screenings, $20




Registration fees do not include food, or campus parking permits, parking is $5/day for Tuesday and Wednesday

Cancellations of registration fees may be made until July 13 for a refund, minus $25 admin fee


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CONTACT: cvmaccess (at)

Center for Visual Music, PO Box 39527, Los Angeles, CA 90039


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Images from Mary Ellen Bute, Oskar Fischinger and Charles Dockum films (c) Center for Visual Music. Image from John Stehura's Cibernetik 5.3 courtesy the artist.

Image of wine courtesy BestofSonoma