Twitter-sourced video premieres on Kennedy Center ArtsEdge Channel
On June 23, OK Go took the stage at the Kennedy Center to celebrate the 14th anniversary of the Millennium Stage and the release of their live album: 180/365. That’s 180 live shows over the course of a year.
My Music Thing was part of a twitter-sourced video crew that shot from various locations around the Concert Hall using Flip cameras. Our shots have been edited into the official video which can be seen below and on the ArtsEdge Channel. Thrill to the @mymusicthing credit at the :54 mark, right before the concert kicks off with “Do What You Want.”
Get the full story on the making of the video, including interviews with OK Go frontman and DC native Damian Kulash here.
About Arts Edge
ArtsEdge is a program of the Education Department of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, designed to serve the Center’s national mission to provide engaging, arts-centered learning to young people, their teachers and families. ArtsEdge offers free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, as well as professional development resources, student materials, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment.
photo: Margot MacDonald