A panel discussion looking at some of the lesser known history of Woodstock and how it is remembered today by those who were there. With Gerald Zahavi, UAlbany History Professor and 1969 Festival attendee; Julia Fell, Assistant Curator, the Museum at Bethel Woods; Mark Berger, 1969 Festival attendee and author of the book Something’s Happening Here: A Sixties Odyssey from Brooklyn to Woodstock; and Julie Lomoe, creator of some of the original artwork associated with the festival, and 1969 Festival attendee.
Mark Berger’s book, Something’s Happening Here, A Sixties Odyssey from Brooklyn to Woodstock will be available for purchase and signing from the Museum Gift Shop.
The full 3-day Researching New York conference program and details about other public events is available on the conference website, www.nystatehistory.org. The conference is sponsored by the University at Albany Department of History & History Graduate Student Assn., University at Albany M.E. Grenander Special Collections & Archives, and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust with additional support from New York State Museum, Humanities NY, and University Auxiliary Services. Additional support for featured public events from the New York State Writers Institute.