TIMELINE OF EVENTS

All Exhibits, Presentations, & Concerts are Free and Open to the Public



FRIDAY, SEPT. 16    All Exhibits, Events, & Concerts are Free and Open to the Public


10:30-11:30 a.m. — Artist’s Talk: Interactive Performance with Wii 

                 Controllers, demonstration by composer James Caldwell, 

                 Faculty Lounge, Mitchell Fine Arts Center (MFA)




Noon-10 p.m.     — Unveiling the Painted Curtain: 21st C Interactive Art,

                 Morlan Gallery (5-8 p.m. —Opening Reception/Lexington    

                 Gallery Hop), MFA




Noon-10 p.m.     — The BYTE Gallery International Exhibition, and three

                 site-specific installations, open in various locations:

                 MFA first floor, Haggin Foyers, and Coleman Recital Hall


            One Minute Los Angeles  by Clay Chaplin and Lara Bank

                   to Synaesthesia  by John M. Buteyn




2:30-3:30 p.m.   — Artist’s Talk: Toys’ Opera, demonstration by Adam

                 Kendall, Morlan Gallery, MFA

 



7:30-9:30 p.m.   — WAVE 1 Concert: Digital Ear Worlds & Animations

                 Haggin Auditorium, MFA, intermission included

   

Texturologie 8b: Hyperbell  by James Caldwell; James Caldwell, Wii

                                Controllers

             Ohia and Lehua  by Hunter Ewen; Hunter Ewen, Saxophone

                   Zoometry  by Richard Power

      The Ends of Histories  by Christopher Biggs; Kari Johnson, Piano

               In My Camaro  by Sebastien Lavoie

                 Angel Wing  by Lawrence Moore

             Lush Intrinsic  by Dan VanHassel; Dan VanHassel, Piano


                         INTERMISSION


             Reconstruction  by Michael Boyd; Michael Boyd, Toolist

           (dis)integration  by Frank Ekeberg

             Echoes of Steel by Timothy Polashek;

                                Brad Meyer, Percussion

               Static Cling  by Bill Alves

Fit into the crowd - Refuge  by Julien-Robert Legault Salvail;

                                Kristen Martynes, Clarinet




11 p.m.-12:30 a.m.— WAVE 2 Concert: Late Night with Digital Al, Al’s Bar


    Prelude to 'Southside Silence' by Christopher Bailey

                  Reckless Heights by Kaleb Allen

                      Just For Now by Imogen Heap, Arr. Caleb Ritchie;

                                      Caleb Ritchie, Voice & Computer

    Mana2, duo Michael Drews & Jordan Munson with laptop and controllers



SATURDAY, SEPT. 17   All Exhibits, Events, & Concerts are Free and Open to the Public


Noon-7:30 p.m.   — Unveiling the Painted Curtain: 21st C Interactive Art,

                 Morlan Gallery, MFA




Noon-10 p.m.     — The BYTE Gallery International Exhibition, and three

                 site-specific installations, open in various locations:         

                 MFA first floor, Haggin Foyers, and Coleman Recital Hall


            One Minute Los Angeles  by Clay Chaplin and Lara Bank

                   to Synaesthesia  by John M. Buteyn




1:00-2:00 p.m.   — Artist’s Talk: The MIDI Glove, PD, and Real time DSP,

                 demonstration by inventor and composer Momilani    

                 Ramstrum, Faculty Lounge, MFA




7:30-9:30 p.m.   —WAVE 3 Concert: Laptop Orchestra & Visual Resonances,

                 Haggin Auditorium, MFA, intermission included


                           Clix  by Ge Wang; CiCLOP

                                 Cincinnati Composers Laptop Orchestra:

                                  John Byrne, Lindsey Jacob,

                                  Benny Martinson, Joel Matthys,

                                  Paul Schuette, Hye Jung Yoon

                        Oobleck  by Joel Matthys; CiCLOP           

                        Peepums  by Joel Matthys; CiCLOP

       Harvest Kitchen Part IIA  by Christopher Bailey

                Expanding Space  by Mara Helmuth; Timothy Northcut, Tuba

                    White Noise  by Dennis Miller

                          Detox  by Landon Ashby; Brandon Borup,

                                 Percussion


                            INTERMISSION


                  Running Ahead  by Momilani Ramstrum; Momilani Ramstrum,

                                 MIDI glove

                       Clusters  by Hubert Howe

                   Side Effects  by Clay Chaplin, Clay Chaplin,

                                 Interactive Audio & Video

                    Steel Golem  by Chester Udell

At The Shore - Tai Chi 24 Music  by Larry Barnes; Larry Barnes, Tai Chi

                           Noir  by Michael Drews, Music &

                                 Jordan Munson, Video

                       Triggers  by Israel Neuman;

                                 Nathan Bogert, Tenor Saxophone

                                 Israel Neuman, Computer




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For more information contact Timothy Polashek, director of the STUDIO 300 Festival, Transylvania University, 300 North Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508 USA


 

STUDIO 300 Digital Art and Music Festival, 2011

September 16 & 17, 2011

Lexington, Kentucky USA