Explorations in Axonomeric Projections
October 09 - November 13 2015
Wednesday October 14
5:30PM - 7:30PM
Friday November 13
Mon - Sat | 8:00am - 9:00pm
Sun | 9:00am - 7:00pm
Monday, October 9
12pm Public Gallery Tour + Artist Talk
Monday, October 12
12PM Public Gallery Tour + Artist Talk
Wednesday, October 14
12:00PM / Public Gallery Tour + Artist Talk
5:30PM / Opening Reception - Art Association Gallery
7:30PM / Trialogue - The Center Theater
Presented by University of Wyoming Museum, Center for the Arts, Dancers’ Workshop + the Art Association.
Celebrated visual artist, photographer and musician Richard “Dickie” Landry will be in Jackson for one week - October 8-14, 2015 - as part of a residency hosted by University of Wyoming Art Museum, Center for the Arts, Dancers’ Workshop, and Art Association of Jackson Hole.
The community is invited to attend an opening reception for Landry’s art exhibit, Dickie Landry: Explorations in Axonomeric Projections on Wednesday, October 14 featuring a free performance of Trialogue in The Center Theater (reception 5:30-7:15PM, performance 7:30PM). Trialogue is a multidisciplinary live performance of movement, music and visual art in conversation with each other. Trialogue premiered in 1982 at the New York Improvisational Festival. The newly reset piece features choreography by Babs Case, Dickie Landry on saxophone, and dancing by Francesco Romo of Contemporary Dance Wyoming. Landry’s art exhibit, Dickie Landry: Explorations in Axonomeric Projections, will showcase the artist’s paintings.
In addition to his art exhibition and live performance, Landry will lead a New Music Composers Workshop on October 10, lunchtime public gallery tours and artist talks on October 9 and 12, as well as speaking to an art class from Jackson Hole High School. A companion exhibition, Dickie Landry, Composer. Saxophonist. Photographer. Artist., is on view at the University of Wyoming Art Museum through December 19, 2015.
“Dickie is a quintessential artist,” said Babs Case, artistic curator for The Center. “His life has been his work. His music and his art are who he is and where he comes from. This performance will be unlike other performances because it is truly multi-disciplinary. Our work in Trialogue is not only of historical importance, but also carries references to the modern day video mapping."
University of Wyoming
Center for the Arts
Art Association of Jackson Hole
Center of Wonder
Hotel Terra Jackson Hole
Pamela and Scott Gibson
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Judy and Don Opatrny
Ann and Steve Ryan
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