T. Hardy Morris at Central State Hospital. Photo by Jason Thrasher.
Inspired by The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's annual "Places in Peril" list, a program that seeks to identify and preserve historically significant structures across the state that are threatened by demolition or decay, Dead Confederate frontman T. Hardy Morris and filmmaker/photographer Jason Thrasher visited 10 sites to film live performance takeaway videos. An acoustic version of each song on Morris' debut solo album Audition Tapes was shot at each location, with sites including Capricorn Recording Studios in Macon, Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, Pasaquan in Buena Vista, Paradise Garden in Summerville and The Ritz Theatre in Thomaston. The music video series, which will be screened in its entirety, draws awareness to monuments of Georgia's history imperiled by neglect and in need of protection and restoration. Both Morris and Thrasher will be in attendance for the event.
7:30 p.m. $5 (w/ AthFest wristband), $10. www.athenscine.com