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August 11, 2020 feature
Tuesday August 11, 2 pm PST, 5 pm EDT, Europe: 11:00 pm CET. Performed by Sound Artist Bill Fontana, Sonic Dreamscapes 2020 is an artistic research project exploring the quality of timelessness – a meditation at the San Francisco Bay during the COVID-19 crisis. A Harvestworks/ArtSci Collaboration.
Summer on Governors Island:
Artists StudiosOur first trip to the Island in Summer 2020.
Harvestworks is pleased to partner with The Trust for Governors Island (The Trust), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and 17 other cultural organizations to provide studio space for use by artists and cultural practitioners affected by COVID-19.Harvestworks artists include Katherine Bennett, Charlotte Mundy, Joseph Morris and Alexandra Goldberg, Jakob Dwight, Muyassar Kurdi, Valerie Hallier and Dafna Naphtali and Ayala Naphtali.The 2020 Harvestworks Artist Studios are part of our Art and Technology Program on Governors Island.
Alien Star Dust by Victoria Vesna and Ensemble
A GUIDED MEDITATION JOURNEY BY VICTORIA VESNA. [Alien] Star Dust rains on us every day and this piece brings these particles to our attention and reminds us of our interconnected heritage in the larger cosmos. Premiering with the support of Harvestworks, this work was presented at the Beyond Festival: Artists For the Future.
Master Class Instructor Danielle McPhatter
Excerpts from the Master Classes in the Online Technology Immersion Program. Danielle McPhatter conducted the Interactive Art classes and Hans Tammen was the Sound Art instructor. Additional master classes were given by Lauren Petty, Matthew Ostrowski, Kirstin Lucas and John Bromley.
From our Archive
The From our Archives series pulls relevant selections from our media archive that speak to the contemporary cultural events.Congrats to David First for the article in the New York Times by Seth Coller Walls. David received a Harvestworks residency in 1992 and in 2017, we presented Drone Procedures and Auditory Driving: Unlocking the Deep Mind, an experiential meditation with Kate Henderson. Take a listen to his Ritual Opera The Manhattan Book of the Dead performed live at LaMama Theater Annex May 1995.A Big congrats to La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela for the article in the New York Times. We were very lucky to publish 09 89 VI 8 c. 142-152 AM Paris Encore, an early Fluxus piece on Tellus #24- FluxTellus edited by Barbara Moore.Harvestworks congrats George Lewis on his New York Times Article, “Lifting the Cone of Silence from Black Composers.” July 3, 2020. George Lewis was a resident of Harvestworks in collaboration with Marina Rosenfeld. In our studios, they recorded “Sour Mash” a vinyl/CD released by Tellus/Innova Records.Anthony Davis wins the Pulitzer Prize 2020. Harvestworks congratulates Anthony Davis whose opera The Central Park Five, with a libretto by Richard Wesley, has won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Music. In 1989, Harvestworks sponsored Anthony Davis’ music composition Songs for Dora Orenstein released on the CRI/New World Records Urban Diva CD .
Great to see the Peter Nagy Exhibition at Jeffery Deitch Gallery and a review in Art News. Peter contributed the cover for TELLUS #7 – The Word.Donate to Harvestworks
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