Andy Warhol is probably best known as the founder of the Pop Art movement. He created a new genre by taking images from advertising and popular culture and turning them into fine art.
But Warhol was also an avid filmmaker. During his career he shot thousands of reels and made more than 500 short films he called screen tests.
This weekend the Augusta Westobou Festival presents a project that pairs some of those screen tests with live music. The performance gives a tour of the bustling art scene in New York during the 1960s.
Listen to Noel Brown's report.