The Warhol welcomes SQÜRL, featuring the iconic independent filmmaker and musician Jim Jarmusch and producer/composer Carter Logan. The band, self-described as a “marginal rock band from New York City who like big drums & distorted guitars, cassette recorders, loops, feedback, sad country songs, molten stoner core, chopped & screwed hip-hop,” began in 2009 and has released records on ATP and Third Man Records. In 2014, the group received the Cannes Soundtrack award for its score for the film Only Lovers Left Alive, a collaboration with Dutch lutenist Jozef Van Wissem. In this program, the band performs live scores to four films by Dada and surrealist artist Man Ray. The program features L'Étoile de mer (1928), Emak Bakia (1926), Le Retour à la Raison (1923), and Les Mystères du Château de Dé (1929). This event is co-presented with Carnegie Museum of Art and University of Pittsburgh film studies program. Doors open at 7 p.m. Please note, photography, film, and video of any kind are strictly prohibited.