The Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, TX
Opening reception: September 9th, 7-10pm
Show runs till September 17th
Within, Above and Beyond, a twenty-minute multimedia performance by Yuliya Lanina with music composed by Guggenheim fellow Russell Pinkston, explores the symbiotic relationship that can exist between the artist and her work.
The performance will be followed by a concert presented by Tetractys New Music Concert Series. The Tetractys event will feature their 10th commissioned work entitled Polysong, for flute, clarinet, bassoon, steel-string guitar, and voices by Austin-based composer Michael Zapruder, as well as Ted Hearne’s Furtive Movements, for cello and percussion, and Last Hymn, for vibraphone and electronics by Paola Prestini.
Friday, September 8th at 8pm
Sunday, September 10th at 5pm
WHERE: The Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, TX
TICKETS: Online ticket are available for $10 and can be purchased at tetractysnewmusic.com and through ticketfly. Sliding scale admission of $5 - $20 at the door. Credit card and cash accepted at the door. The MoHA address will be released via email with purchase of an online ticket or by becoming a member (it's free!) here: http://themuseumofhumanachievement.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=1ba73ce2c03995467869283dc&id=a22127e440
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, Marble House Residency, and The Museum of Human Achievement.
A portion of the proceeds from each performance will be donated to She Is Rising, an Austin-based non-profit that empowers survivors of rape, abuse, and sex-trafficking.
Special thanks to Andrea Ariel, Nick Yagoda and Yevgeniy Sharlat.
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The University of Texas at Austin
Art Treck sculpture installation along the esplanade of Heights Boulevard, Houston, TX
Artists: James Ciosek, Jon Clark, Dylan Conner, Noah Edmundson, Yuliya Lanina, Zak Miano, Randall Mosman, and Nicola Parente.
Sponsored by individual citizens of the Houston Heights and the city of Houston parks group