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2011 Festival Events Schedule

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Sat 04/23/2011 - Sun 05/08/2011

In “A Tool Is A Mirror”, curator Elizabeth Keithline asks new media artists to respond to the sentence ‘Every keyboard reflects a hand and every screen an eye’. Performances at the opening by Paula Hunter, Jeff Keithline and Aerostatic. Artists in the exhibition: Duncan Laurie, Brian Kane, Rupert Nesbitt, Erik Sanner, Sheila Gallagher, Paula Hunter, Aerostatic, (Terry Golob, Michelle Darling, VADE), Dennis Hlynsky [...]

Wed 04/20/2011 - Sun 05/22/2011

The Boston Sculptors Gallery presents an exhibit of sculptures by Andy Zimmermann. The exhibit, entitled “Where Am I?” consists of four large sculptures, and a sculpture/sound installation. Mirrors are an important element in the sculptures. The largest one, “Meing and Nothingness”, consists of 23 separate mirrors, each on a tripod, pointing in all different directions, in a large, chaotic cluster. The sound installation [...]

Mon 04/25/2011 - Thu 05/05/2011

Students from the Artbotics Program at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell are exhibiting at 119 Gallery as part of the 2011 Boston Cyberarts Festival. This spring’s Artbotics course is taught by Computer Science Professor Holly Yanco, Fine Arts Professor Ellen Wetmore, and UML Alum Adam Norton. It will culminate in technical art projects which will be on view April 26 - May 5. The reception is Tue, April 26, 6-9pm an [...]

Sat 01/15/2011 - Sun 09/25/2011

Nathalie Miebach is known for her basket weaving and structured representations of scientific data. Changing Waters features wall and suspended works based on the weather and marine environmental data collected from the Gulf of Maine. Combining basket weaving techniques and information-graphics, Miebach creates works on the margins of craft, landscape, and representational art. According to the artist, “Central to my wor [...]

Fri 04/22/2011 - Sun 05/08/2011

CyberParts: Works from participating Boston Cyberarts Festival artists is a supplementary exhibition of works by artists who are showing elsewhere in the Boston Cyberarts Festival. Each work shown is accompanied by an information didactic detailing where visitors can see more of that particular artist’s work at other Festival venues. Selected artists and their respective venues include Brian Kane at Cambridge Arts Coun [...]

Sun 05/01/2011

Experience a Virtual Reality interactive narrative on the Egyptian tradition of the public oracle. Using an important religious event from the Ptolemaic Period, the Egyptian Oracle helps audiences develop a deeper understanding of Egyptian culture. During the event, an expert puppeteer virtually controls the temple’s High Priest avatar, who will collaborate with a live educator, lesser constructs in the Virtual Reality en [...]

Sun 05/01/2011

ElectroNEC presents an afternoon of performances of recent music for digitally processed instruments and fixed media by New England Conservatory and Massachusetts College of Art faculty and guests. The program will feature Luigi Nono’s “Post-Prae-Ludium,” and work by artists Simon Hanes, Daniel Hawkins, John Holland, John Mallia, Neal Markowski, Beth McDonald, Marc McNulty, Katarina Miljkovic, and Peter Negroponte. S [...]

Fri 04/01/2011 - Tue 05/31/2011

Each month the PRC features regional photographic artists in online portfolios under the banner of "NEO" (short for "Northeast Exposure Online"). Over seventy artists have appeared in this venue since PRC curator Leslie K. Brown initiated it in September 2003. During the Festival NEO highlights Massachusetts residents Brooke Knight and Mark Stock, experienced visual artists whose work expands the definitions of still imag [...]


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