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Adam Basanta's Every Beloved Object returns to ancient architectural techniques as it looks toward new systems of human consumption. By returning to basic motions of trash collection and architectural assembly, we reflect on our early origins to create new monuments to everyday debris.
Heather Nicol's newest audio work Prelude/Requiem positions itself at both extremes of the human life cycle. Built upon songs for lulling infants to sleep or easing passage into a final resting place, this immersive sound installation uses multichannel audio and light to encourage introspection across oral cultures.
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06:30 PM| Lynde House Museum
Rhythmic Fun for Everyone Drum Circle
May 24 @ 6:30pm - 7:30pm
RHYTHMIC FUN FOR EVERYONE DRUM CIRCLE
Facilitated by Julie Ditta
Fun for the whole family! No experience necessary. All ages and abilities welcome.
Bring your own drum, or borrow an instrument.
In the park behind Lynde House Museum, weather permitting.
$10/individual or $25/family
REGISTER BY PHONE: 905-665-3131