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EVENTS

Musical Performance: Donut Shop
Sunday, March 1st, 4:40pm


Donut Shop is a new Brooklyn based duo, comprised of Joanna Mattrey and Henry Fraser,which uses the inherent commonalities of the contrabass and clear parameters to discover varying and dynamic textures. These parameters are often simple, ranging from a rhythmic structure to set preparations for the instruments, but are enough to silence the dilemma of influence, and conjure up fresh sounds. March 1st at the 440 gallery will be Donut Shop's first public performance.

Musical Performance: Ben Felton of Blood Revenge
Saturday, March 14th, 7:00pm


Ben Felton of Blood Revenge plays long form songs on guitar, inspired by equal parts acoustic finger-picked blues music, Eastern ragas, the outdoors, and synthesizers. Think of it as either a soundtrack for your commute to work or the sonic landscape of your favorite vacation spot. You can hear samples of his music at bloodrevenge.tumblr.com.

Young Artists @ 440: Creature Pop-up Books
Sunday, March 15, 4.40 pm


This is a free workshop for children ages 4-12 when accompanied by an adult. We will be making pop-up books featuring creatures that live in extreme environments, like the arctic or the deepest part of the ocean. We will be surround by art in our new show “Titanicae” by artist Katharine Hopkins. Katie was inspired by creatures that live in extreme environments. Titanicae refers to a bacteria found on the wreckage of the Titanic. Perhaps we will create our own creature from… Mars?

Dreams of Decay, Musical Performance and Closing Reception
Sunday, March 22nd, 3:00pm


Mezzo Soprano Leonore Nelson and Cellist Karen Poleshuck explore through song our human relationship to nature, our desire for it and our fear that it will one day overcome us. Works by Brahms, Schubert, Weill, Sondheim, and Nick Cave that dream of our beauty and accept our decay.

Titanicae Harvest
Sunday, March 22nd, 4:40pm


After the 3pm concert and beginning at 4:40pm, join us to help the artist harvest the Titanicae "creatures" by making your own composition to take home. Participants will choose individual cups and easily adhere them to your own card.

Prices range from $40 for a 4"x4" card to $185 for a 10"x10" card.

 
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