School of Art Design and Art History

Harmonic Lab

Recurrent Constructions Exhibit


 
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SUMMARY: JMU's School of Art, Design and Art History is proud to announce its first 2016 Fall art exhibit at Duke Hall Gallery.


EXHIBIT DATES: Sept 5th- Oct 14th
WHERE: Duke Hall Gallery, Duke Hall

The title of the exhibit is "Harmonic Lab: Recurrent Constructions" and features artwork by Harmonic Laboratory, a collective of artists, thinkers, educators and innovators that investigate the human experience through the integration of media and common theme. 

Their mission is to integrate art, science, and the humanities in the development of creative works that tell stories and unpack the dense cultural content around us. They believe such projects serve a greater educational purpose and enrich community through performative art. Harmonic Laboratory is committed to providing resources and support to projects and participants that endeavor to cross boundaries of discipline, ideology, and form in the creation of innovative and compelling artwork.

Harmonic Laboratory consists of Choreographer/Dancer Brad Garner, Composer/Musician Jeremy Schropp, Animator/Programmer John Park, and Intermedia-Artist/Programmer/Composer Jon Bellona.

A collaborative in flux, by challenging each other and their audiences, this quartet presses into the margins of their fields and intends to create new works only possible through collaboration.

A special Harmonic Lab Artist Talk will be held on Sept 15th, 6PM-7:30PM, at Duke Hall Gallery.

PARKING
Non-JMU visitors may park in the Mason Street Parking Deck between 5-8PM; no parking permits will be necessary.  (Click HERE for a parking map.)  However, all regulations for JMU students, faculty and staff will remain in effect, and students attending the event are required to park in appropriate student parking lots with a JMU parking permit.

Published: Monday, August 29, 2016

Last Updated: Thursday, January 4, 2018

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