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Terry Amidei was born in Illinois and was active in the theater. He became a video artist. In the 1980s he was involved in the John Glines organizarion which promoted gays and gay subjects in the arts. Amidei moved to Seattle in about 1986. He died in September 1996.
Film, videotape, and audio elements for films created by Terry Amidei. Some of the productions are "The Sciences and Art," "Sometimes the Metro Bus Doesn't Stop for Me," (a film about paraplegics) and "AIDS and Death." Includes documentation of Northwest events such as the Gay Pride March and Rally, 1990.