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Pictures at the Micro-Exhibition, 2018
Sunday, October 14, 3 pm
World premiere of work by Summer 2018 Harn Composer-in-Residence Navid Bargrizan
Inspired by an album on view in the Show Me the Mini exhibition by Japanese artist Watanabe Shötei (1851–1918), Pictures at the Micro-Exhibition translates the visual elements in the paintings (line, form, color, impressions from nature) to musical elements (rhythm, meter, pitch, scale, melody). Composed for alto saxophone, the piece builds on natural harmonics and Japanese, microtonal pentatonic scales, as well as Mussorgsky’s canonic work Pictures at an Exhibition (1874).
Pulling Teeth From A Polar Bear
Saturday, September 29, 3 pm
This documentary takes viewers to remote St. Lawrence Island in Alaska to hear from members of the Yupik community who have been affected by toxins in the environment. The film is produced by Jacqueline Allegra Curnick, who received her MDP in Sustainable Development Practice from UF in 2018.
This film project was supported by the Mary M. James Inspiration Fund of the Harn Museum of Art. Discussion to follow. (Film, 18 mins, 2018)
Bride of Frankenstein
Tuesday, October 30, 6 pm
Join us for a screening of the classic film "Bride of Frankenstein" (1935, 75 minutes), followed by a discussion with Lester Friedman, author of "Monstrous Progeny: A History of the Frankenstein Narratives." Presented in collaboration with the UF Health Science Center Library, Catalyst fund/Creative Campus and the UF Honors College. This film is offered in conjunction with the planning of the Monsters and the Monstrous exhibition.