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Anastasia Pantsios Artist Talk and Book Signing

  • Cleveland Print Room (map)

Anastasia Pantsios started shooting rock concerts in the 1970s as an extension of her interest in theater after earning her M.A. in scene design and lighting from Case Western Reserve University. During the 1980s, she wrote about music for the Cleveland Plain Dealer while shooting musicians for books, record jackets, posters, tour books and magazines. Her work appeared in Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, Esquire, The New York Times, Circus, Hit Parader, Spin and Creem, among other
In 2011 her solo show, “Girls on Film: 40 Years of Women in Rock,” was on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, it later travelled to Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and the South Shore arts Center in the Chicago area, and was re-installed at the Rock Hall from January-March 2017 under the
Name “Girls to the Front.” Her book is an expansion of that show. 

Please join us as we welcome Anastasia to the Print Room as she gives a presentation about her body of work and signs copies of “Girls to the Front."

Earlier Event: March 24
Darkroom Orientation