Angry Arts week

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Angry Arts week was an event organised by a group of radical artists based in Lower East Side, New York City in January 1967. It brought together such people as Michael Brown of the Pageant Players, Peter Schumann from the Bread and Puppet Theatre Osha Neumann and the painter Ben Morea. They were particularly active opposing the Vietnam War.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neumann, Osha (2008). Up Against the Wall Motherf**kers: A memoir of the 60s with notes for the Next Time. Seven Stories. ISBN 978-1-58322-849-4., p. 43