While touring the U.S. in a brightly painted school bus, the psychedelic rock collective Anonymous Artists of America stop to hold a performance at an alma mater, the University of Chicago. Inspired by LSD, the group once opened for the Grateful Dead and played at Ken Kesey’s infamous Acid Test Graduation. The band also feature one of the first analog synthesizers designed by Don Buchla. Kartemquin's Gordon Quinn is behind the camera, and in the audience are Jerry Temaner and his family.

1970
9 minutes
Issues: Art/Creativity