In Spring 2015, I curated a special exhibit at the Museum at Bethel Woods: Peace, Love, Unity, Respect: The Rise of Electronic Music Culture in America.
This 2,000 sq foot exhibit focused on the history, aesthetics, and communities that fostered electronic dance music in America. With music, lights, interactive festival artworks, costumes, and artifacts from disco, rave, club, and electronic music culture, the exhibit was a trip through 35+ years of an under-reported musical culture.
The museum is on the historic site of Woodstock, and is dedicated to the preservation of American music subculture. This was their first guest curated exhibit, and first exhibit on contemporary music cultures.