The Jack Straw Artist of the Week Podcast highlights work created in Jack Straw's Artist Residencies
September 15, 2021: Lori Goldston: Miasms
Lori Goldston's "Miasms: For three instrumentalists, one audio technician, and piano that’s been dropped (min. 20’) and left to sit (min. 20 years)," performed by Lori Goldston, Alan Jones, Greg Kelley, and Austin Larkin, was created for the 2019 Jack Straw New Media Gallery installation Piano Drop, which commemorated the 1968 dropping of a piano from a helicopter in Duvall, WA.
August 25, 2021: Chenoa Egawa - Enduring Rhythms: Seven Songs from the Skagit Valley
Chenoa Egawa's Enduring Rhythms: Seven Songs from the Skagit Valley is the second installment in Sonolocations, our three-part series of commissioned works with The Henry Art Gallery. Hear the whole series and learn more at soundcloud.com/sonolocations and henryart.org.
August 11, 2021: Betsy Hanson - Always Gardenia
The audiobook of Betsy Hanson's novel Always Gardenia, produced through the Jack Straw Artist Support Program, is now available on Audible, Libro.fm, and other platforms. Betsy will present a Zoom workshop on September 16th for writers to help prepare for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Visit bit.ly/3lWMXRA to register.
July 28, 2021: Tekla Waterfield - Come on Jane
"Come on Jane" is the first single from Tekla Waterfield's forthcoming album New Skies, produced through the Jack Straw Artist Support Program. For more about Tekla and the album, visit www.teklawaterfield.com.
July 14, 2021: Submergence: Poetry and Sound Excerpt
Our recent exhibit Submergence: Going Below the Surface with Orca and Salmon, presented with the Endangered Species Coalition, included a soundscape of orca sounds, original poetry, and music. This excerpt features Jack Straw Writers Ching-In Chen and Rena Priest reading their work, and music by Eduardo del Signore, with Hydrophone recordings by Orcasound.
June 30, 2021: Rachel Lodge New Media Gallery interview
Alyssa Keene interviews Jack Straw New Media Gallery artist Rachel Lodge about her installation Transfigurations: Carbon Flow.
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