Opening Reception for Exhibition on view through August 31 The air we swim in will be on view in the Project Room of BRIC House this summer. Kamagraaustralia The exhibition is curated by Kelly Schroer, http://www.kamagraaustralia.net 2014 recipient of BRIC Emerging Curator Fellowship. Supporting and fostering the vision of a developing curator, the exhibition will focus on artists who create physical interactions with intangible elements that inhabit our same space, but are invisible to the human eye. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sildenafil The exhibition will feature artists Hanny Ahern, Thessia Machado, Eric Shows, and Palden Weinreb. The title of the exhibition is sourced from Thessia Machado artist statement, Kamagra Jelly Australia in which she describes her visual interest in sound waves.
This fascination with invisible elements in the air acts as a starting point in expressing our human need to make sense of the world around us. Through drawing, sculpture, Kamagraaustralia and interactive installations, the artists exhibited in The air we swim in create tactile sensations out of sound waves, energy and light waves, breath, and microscopic particles. Thessia Machado interactive sculptures/instruments express sound as and responsive, physical matter; http://www.kamagraaustralia.net Palden Weinreb attempts to solidify the properties of light waves in two dimensions, using graphite and wax; Eric Shows installation uses light as a point source that projects through glass, revealing surface variations and creating sound as a direct result; and Hanny Ahern visualizes breath through an interactive installation/sculpture using sensors and light bulbs. Through their engagement with unseen waves and particles, Kamagra Gel Australia we are reminded of both our shortcomings and power as human beings.
Opening the books to early literacy But, Friday morning at the Healdsburg Library, young children toted in by their parents find a spot on the floor and begin to play. Kamagraaustralia It gets loud with the noise of Healdsburg’s littlest residents babies and toddlers at the library ready for story time.It’s called “Wee Read” and it’s led by Children’s Librarian Charity Anderson. They sing songs to puppets, narrate poems to little felt storybook cutouts, dance with scarves, and yes, even sit quietly and listen to a story.Rows of board books (as opposed to paper books, http://www.kamagraaustralia.net which wouldn’t last long with this age bracket) line the table tops, and are available for the children and parents to browse.”The attention span of children this age is very small so it is important to switch it up and to make it fun so patrons keep returning,” Anderson said. “Also, Wee Read is a way of sharing and modeling for the parents the types of things they can do at home with their children. We use music to introduce children to classic children’s songs as well as new contemporary songs, Kamagra Australia but this is also an important piece in developing early literacy skills.”