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you've been by Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery, then you already know
it's unlike any other gallery in the city. Artist Dorothy Tanner sculpts
amazing, impossible-to-describe works featuring light as a main component;
the gallery also plays host to events that include music, yoga classes,
meditation, Chinese Qigong, and workshops on expanding your consciousness.
Creatures from Left Field at
Lakewood Cultural Center
June 6 - June 30
Sacred Energy Healing XII
Sat, July 18
ATTUNEMENT: GONG SYNERGY, TRIBAL TRANCE VIBES & DANCE
Sat, July 25
Creatures Fom Left Field
From Left Field" is a departure from Dorothy Tanner's main body of
work which is entirely abstract. These fanciful light sculptures on
display at the Lakewood Cultural Center are the first time they have
been assembled as an exclusive installation.
(The Oneness Blessing)
Come and bask in the glow of Dorothy Tanner's light sculptures and connect with fellow Spirits of the Light. This is a consciousness raising and healing event open to everyone!
begins with Bhakti Gayaka Paul (Paul Conly)'s Gong Synergy for one
hour, consisting of gongs, singing bowls, chimes, drums, and voice.
The performance will invoke the Sound Current: a Resonant Field Journey
to attune your form and spirit to induce a state of tranquility and
mindfulness, and activate your healing energies.
Video Projection by Dorothy Tanner and Marc Billard
Bomb and Paul Conly discuss the history of electronic music on Under
the Floorboards on KGNU
The Explorer DVD was selected for the first Video Lounge at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. The exhibit "showcased some of today's global avant-garde video artists." The Tanner/Billard visuals and music are an extension of the pioneering video art form of Dorothy Tanner and Mel Tanner (1925-1993), beginning in 1978. It is rooted in the live visual performances that began in the Lumonics Light and Sound Theatre in 1969.
You can watch the videos on The Explorer web page.
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