2014 Annual Sculpure Park
July 1st- the end of October 2014
on the lawn of the Meeting House
Opening Reception: July 20th 2014 2-4pm
The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present our 21st Annual Sculpture Park Exhibit.
This year’s exhibition has been curated by the team of , Stephanie Fortunato Deputy Director of Providence Arts, Culture & Tourism and Julia Lazarus, Project Manager for Continuing Education at Brown University. The group of artists for this year’s park will include (but not limited to) Lynne Harlow, Margie Butler, Aarti Kathuria, Gage Prentiss, Kurt Snell, & Howie Sneider. (artist line up subject to change)
Entertainment for this year’s opening will provided by local musicians Atticus Allen & Sylas Peckham Paul and refreshments will be served.
This year’s sculpture park is generously sponsored by The Cottage at Four Corners.
The Sculpture park is open during daylight hours thru October & is Free and Open to the Public
When: October 17th 2014 @ 8pm
Where: the Meeting House, Tiverton Four Corners
Tickets:$15 in advance online, $20 at the door
Hiroya Tsukamoto is a guitarist and composer originally from Kyoto, Japan. He began playing banjo when he was thirteen years old. In 2000, he received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music and came to the US. Since then, he has been performing internationally including several appearances with his group at Blue Note in New York and released five albums as a leader. He recently performed on Japanese National TV program (NHK-TV). Hiroya has developed unique acoustic music which is sometimes described as “Cinematic acoustic music”
“Hiroya Tsukamoto takes us to an impressionistic journey” -Boston Herald
“…chops, passion and warmth. Zealously recommended!” -Jazz Review.com
Saturday November 1st, 2014, @8:00pm
at the Meeting House
Tickets: $15 in advance online, $20 at the door
Lauded for “nonstop virtuoso skills” (Times Herald-Record, New York), the Asylum Quartet plays everything from lush classical works, minimalism, and modernism to indie rock, world music, and klezmer. The four classically-trained saxophonists met as graduate students at the The Hartt School in West Hartford, Connecticut in 2011. The quartet received the Grand Prize in the International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition in Boston, Massachusetts, becoming the first saxophone quartet to receive this honor. With a mission of engaging and captivating diverse audiences, the Asylum Quartet performs in New York City subway stations under the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Music Under New York program, and in Hartford Public Schools as Arts Providers for Hartford Performs.
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