Phish Artist Jim Pollock Documentary Screenings Coming To Wisconsin

By Scott Bernstein Jul 9, 2019 12:08 pm PDT

Artist Jim Pollock, who is best known for his Phish artwork, is profiled in a documentary entitled Jim Pollock Is Not A Neat Printmaker. Premiere screenings of the documentary will take place this Saturday, July 13 at the Plaza Theater in Burlington, Wisconsin. The Plaza is located 12 miles from Alpine Valley Music Theatre, where Phish performs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

Filmmaker Jay Patton put the one-hour documentary together. In addition to Pollock, the film also features Phish keyboardist Page McConnell and fellow poster artist A.J. Masthay as well as fans and collectors. Jim forged a friendship with McConnell during Phish’s early days and Pollock went on to create flyers for the band’s shows, contributed artwork for the quartet’s debut album, Junta, and has created dozens of posters for Phish and a bevy of other acts over the years.

Tickets for Saturday’s screenings are on sale now here. Watch the opening sequence from the film below:

[Hat Tip – @LawnMemo]

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