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Cool Tech Art in Berkeley

From: Malcolm K.
Sent on: Thursday, November 26, 2009 3:28 PM
I wanted to pass this notice on for a cool art exhibit going on at the Berkeley Art Museum through December 4th.

Malcolm Knapp
Assistant Coordinator


I wanted to let members of Make:SF know about a
concert coming up in Berkeley that might interest

Ellen Fullman is a local maker, musician, and composer.
For this concert (as you can see in the picture below),
she has stretched metal strings about 100 feet across
the Berkeley Art Museum's largest gallery, and she will
play it along with other musicians.

There are a few details about the specifications of
her instrument here:

I've been listening to her rehearse for the past couple of
weeks, and she creates a gorgeous, shimmering sound
that's absolutely unique, echoing through the concrete
building. The installation of the instrument itself is
practically a work of art. Should be an amazing show,
and it's a mere $5.

Hope some of the local makers will come out to this!
Please let me know if you have any questions,

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