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Not A Sad Tale
Creative Tech Week Featured Performances
Yuliya LaninaBlake Marques Carrington (New York) and Alon Ilsar (Sydney, Australia)
FiveMyles Gallery, 588 St, Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, May 20th, 7pm
Event is FREE and OPEN to public.
As part of Techweek NYC, Yuliya Lanina will be performing her 20 minute multi-media piece, Not a Sad Tale. The animation and Lanina’s live performance are synchronized with original music by the award-winning Russian avant-garde composer, Vladimir Rannev. The presentation blurs the line between on-stage reality and its sublimation on screen, as the artist shapes her art “in her own image”, endowing it with all her strengths and her flaws. Australian drummer and composer Alon Ilsar will perform a piece on the AirSticks; a custom built gestural instrument that allows him to grab, squeeze and throw sound and visuals. Blake Carrington would be performing A Weak Force That Binds, a 20 minute album and performance using the artist’s “CScan” sound engine Architectural plans of a variety of structures, both religious and secular, are scanned in real-time to generate rhythmic sound.

The Mother House
May 20th, 7-11 PM
119 Dreis Street, San Antonio, TX
Benefits Casa de Raices - Emergency Refugee Shelter
Artists: Yuliya Lanina, Brenda L Burmeister, Amber Ortega-Perez, Emily Fleisher and Julia Barbosa Landois
Panel discussion moderated by Jenny Browne, San Antonio Poet Laureate
May 22nd 6:00 pm, The International Folk Culture Center ballroom at Our Lady of the Lake University.
411 SW 24th St, San Antonio, TX 78207
More info here

A musical journey exploring commonality, struggle, and perseverance through stories of refugees currently settling in central Texas. Collaboration with Austin Classical Guitar
July 28th and 29th
Blanton Museum Auditorium
200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78701
More info here

Public Art:
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

Marble House Project
1161 Dorset West Road, Dorset, VT
June 19- July 12
More info here