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  1. Michael de Courcy, Dancing to a rock band at the Dome Show, 1970
Item Details

Title: Bring your own sleeping bag- Rock group and dancing

Artist: Michael de Courcy

Date: March 31, 1970

Format: Photograph [fibre based gelatin silver print]

Location: The Michael de Courcy Archive

Size: 12.70 × 10.20 cm

More Information: The Dome Show was Intermedia’s third and final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery taking place from May 19th- May 31st 1970. The unifying structure of the Dome Show was the geodesic dome. Intermedia members were invited to build a dome individually or communally. A variety of art events and community events took place in the gallery and in the geodesic domes. May 26th: ARCHIGOD 2 an experimental event at the Dome Show billed as “Beethoven’s tribute to Vancouver Musicians $1.50 & .75 – Free if you bring a musical instrument. Please bring your sleeping bag”  Collection of the artist.

Further Research: The Intermedia Catalogue
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    Bob "Box" Arnold and Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  2. 10. Poetry Front: Casting an Oracle
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  3. 11. Bring a Poet
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  4. 12. Box Prototypes
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  5. 13. Skidegate
    Pat McGuire  (Painting)
  6. 14. Poetry Front: Poet and group in aluminum sheet dome
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  7. 15. Dance Loops
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)