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All works of art and writings by LeRoy Neiman are ©LeRoy Neiman Foundation and held by LeRoy Neiman Foundation inc.. All requests to reproduce Neiman’s works/texts in any manner should be directed to the Foundation’s rights representative, VAGA.
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Final Friday: Action ...

Final Friday: Action

September 29, 2017, 6:00pm - September 29, 2017, 8:00pm

MCs Braydee Euliss and Levi Todd introduce PechaKucha* talks to Muncie to highlight what is unique, unexpected, and inspiring in our city. Enjoy music by DJ Jannell, refreshments, cash bar, art, a first look at new special exhibitions of "Action! The Anatomy of LeRoy Neiman's Champions" and "Engaging Technology II: Art + Science," and more. 6 - 9 PM | Cash Bar + Food + DJ Jannell + Sketch artist Teddy Lepley 6:30 PM Demonstration of recent ART + SCIENCE projects by the IDIA Lab The Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts at Ball State University* 7:00 PM | ACTION: Pecha Kucha Presentations** Hosts: Braydee Euliss + Levi Todd Presenters: Jena Nye Ashby, 8twelve Coalition John Fillwalk, Engaging Technology II: Art + Science Benji Haecker, A Push for Public Skateparks Kelli J. Huth, Standing Rock: The Power of Youth and the Evolution of a Movement Justin Toliver, Socially Just Action in Higher Education 8:00 PM | Poetry open mic with Reacting Out Loud *IDIA Lab will showcase several recent Art + Science projects for Final Friday at DOMA. Hands-on demonstrations will include works that utilize our bodies’ natural capacitance as an input to create sound resonance in an unconventional way, a custom LED display that visualizes historical non-digital mathematical algorithms, and an experimental process in which the electromagnetic fields of cell phones and other handheld devices translate these everpresent but hidden signals and transform them into an interactive sound experience. **PechaKucha, Japanese for "chit chat," is a concise presentation format where 20 images are timed to automatically advance every 20 seconds as a presenter talks along. Each presentation lasts only 6 minutes, 40 seconds. This is an informal and fun gathering where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts, snaps—just about anything, really—in the PechaKucha format. Event graphic by Shantanu Suman

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