This evening at 6:30 pm the Springville Museum of Art will celebrate the launching of Alex Bigney’s book Talking To Tesla, The Talking To Tesla Project, and will unveil the project’s upcoming plans. That Is The Door. Bigney will also make an announcement about
Talking to Tesla was reviewed in the February 2009 edition of 15 Bytes.
At the event, attendees will experience the music of renown Celtic performing artists Kirkmount, the music of the multi-ethnic Studio A Childrens’ Choir, directed by award-winning musician Gael Shults, and a discussion with artist Kent Wing, winner of the 2008 Springville Museum of Art Director’s Award, about the painting Identity that is the cover image of Talking To Tesla. The event will be moderated by Frank McEntire, artist, writer, curator and former Executive Director of the whose body of work “paints a picture of distinction and unparalleled dedication to the arts” according to gallery owner and critic Ivar Zeile.
Alex Bigney will share a brief reading from Talking To Tesla as well as make an announcement about the next steps for The Talking To Tesla Project. Light refreshments will be served. Signed copies of Talking To Tesla will be available at the event. The public is invited to attend and can RSVP to.
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