Early August 2022 News!

Last Weekend for the Listening & Seeing Exhibition

Untitled: For Conch Shell, Ceramic Speaker and Secondary Reflective Sound, 2022. Miya Masaoka.

Visit us on the weekends from May 28th, 2022 – August 7th, 2022 for Listening and seeing – An Art and Tech Exhibition. The exhibition features major new works created by Guggenheim award winning composer Miya Masaoka, New York State Council on the Arts – New Technology awardees Joe Diebes, Michael Schumacher, Edin Velez and Harvestworks artists Surabhi Saraf and Ivana Dama. Open weekends, 11am-5pm, Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island.

…and the performances

Electropixel12, Cities & Nature

Saturday August 6, 2022 7pm-9pm. FREE. Harvestworks is pleased to partner with Electropixel12, this international festival of emerging digital cultures and free electronic practices. An evening of sound art and live cinema by Ben Owen, Jenny Pickett, Julien Ottavi. Co-produced by AP033.org. OUTDOORS.

William Hooker.

Sunday August 7th, 2022. 3pm. FREE. Silver Fleece by William Hooker. A suite for the “outdoors” – composed of six parts which features original composition and improvisation. The Ensemble: William Hooker (drums/composer); On Kaa Davis (guitar); Hans Tammen (guitar); Jair Rohm Wells (bass); David Soldier (violin); Kevin Ramsey (electronics). A Harvestworks Sponsored Project.

LOCATION: Harvestworks Art and Technology Program, Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island.

The Ear Hut

The Ear Hut + Listen Ahead, a listening station created by Miya Masaoka. On the river’s edge at Building 12, visit the Ear Hut, a contemplative space and listening experience featuring a new composition by acclaimed sound artist Stephen Vitiello. Experience the mix of sounds from the outside soundscape to the embedded compositions coming through the Ear-Dows. Weekends 11am-5pm. Note: Closed on the weekend of August 13th and August 20th.


Warper! Saturday August 13th, 2022. Noon – 7pm. WARPER is NYC’s largest and longest running DIY electronic music and art party. It is a place for musicians, tinkerers, experimenters, producers, DJs, controllerists, Ableton wizards, hardware junkies, Eurorack enthusiasts, modular synth heads, live bands, VJs, digital artists and visual artists to come together, get inspired, and perform! The Art and Technology Program, Building 10a, Nolan Park. FREE. All ages welcome.

Saturday August 20, 2022. Color, Light, Motion! 1:00pm PST // 4:00 EST. The UCLA Art|Sci Center + Harvestworks + David Bermant Foundation present this online series featuring media artists and scholars in dialogue about artworks from the Bermant Collection of media an kinetic arts. Episode 13 features sound artist Liz Phillips who will discuss selected artworks in history and context and in relation to their own work and connections. Check back for the watch link. FREE.

Thrilled to share that we are a @NewMusicUSA Organizational Development Fund awardee! We’ll use this support to our upcoming performance series. Kudos to all the grantees: #WeAreNewMusic

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