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Opening Reception for Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box

June 10, 7-9pm

Contemporary Art Museum

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Join us at CAM for the Opening Reception for Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box. Amplified explores the history, collaborative process, and impact of New Orleans Airlift’s musical architecture project The Music Box, including the recent installation in Sulphur Springs, through video documentation, instrumental elements, performance videos, ephemera and new work by local artists inspired by the project. The exhibition is open June 6 through July 23 at USF Contemporary Art Museum.

The exhibition is co-curated by USF Curator of Public Art and Social Practice Sarah Howard and USFCAM Exhibitions Manager and Registrar Shannon Annis and organized by USFCAM.

For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

 

 

The Music Box: Tampa Bay - Lunar Tool Shed from the back - photo by Will Lytch

 


Conversation with the Curators of Amplified: Ask Me Anything

June 22, 6pm

Contemporary Art Museum

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Explore Amplified: Reverbations from The Music Box and participate in a live Ask Me Anything and conversation with curators Sarah Howard and Shannon Annis.

For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

 

 

Image from Syphonium Camera Obscura, The Music Box: Tampa Bay, Community Stepping Stones at Mann-Wagnon Park, Tampa.Photo: Sarah Howard

 


Musicians’ Roundtable + Closing Reception for Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box

July 21, 6:30-9pm

Contemporary Art Museum

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What does it mean to play "musical architecture”? Join the musicians who performed The Music Box: Tampa Bay as they discuss the challenges and joys of exploring an experimental performance site. Moderated by Devon Brady, Livework artist and Syphonium instrument creator. Amplified is open June 6 through July 23 at USF Contemporary Art Museum.

The exhibition is co-curated by USF Curator of Public Art and Social Practice Sarah Howard and USFCAM Exhibitions Manager and Registrar Shannon Annis and organized by USFCAM.

For questions call CAM at (813) 974-4133 or email caminfo@admin.usf.edu.

 

 

Career rehearsing at New Orleans Airlift’s The Music Box: Tampa Bay,Community Stepping Stones at Mann-Wagnon Park, Tampa

 


 

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USFCAM Hours: Mon. to Fri. 10am–5pm; Sat. 1–4pm; CAM is Closed Sunday and all University and State of Florida holidays and occasionally between exhibitions.

Tours: Groups and organizations interested in tours of the exhibition should contact CAM to schedule at least two weeks in advance at (813) 974-4133.

Accessibility: The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum (USFCAM) is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities. There are disabled parking spaces outsde of the museum, an accessible entrance, good lighting and accessible restrooms.

The museum follows USF guidelines regarding service animals.

USFCAM faculty and staff are pleased to work with organizations that provide cultural opportunities for disabled clients to tour the Museum. Please call (813) 974-4133 two weeks in advance to request specific tour information. For more accessibility information please call (813) 974-4133.