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"Long before Toscanini or Furtwängler, Bernstein or Dudamel, there was Pherekydes of Patrae, known in ancient Greece as the ‘Giver of Rhythm’."
Discovered in a storage facility...
THE question: Can an idea be art? Thanks Tate.
10 Musicians Who Have Crossed Over Into Visual Art
Apr 22 is the 'last chance to experience this unparalleled mixture of film and music'.
The Saint Paul Art Crawl is this weekend !!! "Recognizing that art is essential for a healthy and vibrant community, SPAC runs and supports projects, initiatives and events that increase the awareness of its artists, their work, and the crucial role they play in the greater cultural life of the Twin Cities. The Saint Paul Art Crawl has been the Collective’s cornerstone event for over twenty years."
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“an integral part of the ‘secret history’ of the ’60s...” “from camp cinema to structural film to minimal music to experimental rock ’n’ roll to video art and more.”
Aspiring artists, read:
Today we celebrate Pandit Ravi Shankar.
Viva Tower Music !
A genre-bending rendition of this classic...
This semester McNally Smith College of Music students were initiated into computer logic and the languages of programming. Thanks Chris Gaalaas for MATH200, Exploring Symbolic Logic and Computer Science. Below, Casey Reas "KNBC," audio and visual distortion of television signals broadcast during December 2015, UCLA Design Media Arts.
Congratulations to another McNally Smith College of Music graduating class of students and to their families, we'll see you at the commencement ceremony in a few hours. "You cannot help but learn more as you take the world into your hands. Take it up reverently, for it is an old piece of clay, with millions of thumbprints on it." — John Updike
Innovation Lab Assistant, volunteer position at Saint Paul Public Library: George Latimer Central, 90 W 4th St, St. Paul MN 55102. Please contact Wendy Neurer, Library Volunteer Coordinator for more information and to schedule a volunteer interview. Phone: 651-266-7420 Email: email@example.com
'World's foremost stage designer'; Adele, U2, Miley Cyrus...
Thanks Minnesota Public Radio for this great story about Italian designer and sound sculptor Harry Bertoia (1915-1978).
The invaluable contributions of Robert Moog (1934-2005) to electronic music. Thanks The Bob Moog Foundation for this.
Color has always been the interest of musicians, color is associated with timbre (instrumentation) in music. Can you imagine what cadmium yellow (favorite to Van Gogh) sounds like? Knowing about colors is expanding your sound palette. Here's what Harvard Art Museums is doing to protect some rare colors:
Do you want to demonstrate your competence? Practice 'applied professionalism' in all your written communications. Know your audience--it makes a difference!
Visit to MCAD Gallery today. Thanks to Kerry Morgan, Director, Gallery and Exhibition Programs, for a wonderful conversation on future projects and collaborations.