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The latest exhibition of the Griffith Regional Art Gallery “Audio Vision” will open on April 14, offering a number of public programs that combine art and music. Audio Visions is an exhibition of the gallery community in 2022 after last year’s theme “Rethinking the Winter Solstice”. Art gallery curator Ray Wallahan explained the theme and goal of creating a strong thematic element that was not as restrictive as last year’s seasonal theme. “We wanted to have a strong theme for our joint exhibition in 2022, but one that would not be as reactive as the previous ‘Rethinking the Winter Solstice’, which was embedded in natural forces such as the seasons, landscape and environment.” said Mr. Ulohan. “For Audio Visions, we asked local artists to paint their favorite piece of music!” RELATED Music has inspired many artists over the years and is reflected in iconic works such as Pete Mondrian’s “Broadway Boogie Woogie” and Henri Matisse’s work. This year the exhibition promises a number of interesting conversations and opportunities for the community to truly connect with the exhibited works of art. After the opening on April 14, the gallery will host a lunch, and on April 20 – a 15-minute tour of the exhibition, provided by the Society “Lunch”. Registration for the group is free, but you will have to pay $ 20 for lunch. Local coder Bernard Gray will showcase the media in a live show on May 5, where he and other Decoded participants held a series of workshops on the art of live coding as artistic self-expression. Tickets for the show cost $ 5. The exhibition will be accompanied by a talk on music in art history. IN OTHER NEWS A forum of amazing and wonderful musical instruments will finally end on May 13 at 6 p.m. Curator Ben Chekata at the overnight forum will exhibit significant tools from the region’s private collections and share the stories behind them. Margaret Andreatza, acting regional director of arts and museums, said the variety of exhibited works of art is fascinating, and highlighted Griffith’s artistic community. “We have vivid video animations, up to contemplative still life, in this exhibition you will find something for every artistic taste,” said Ms. Andreaza. “We have very exciting public programs in the Gallery that will complement the exhibition, and we invite everyone to join us for the opening night.” The Audio Visions exhibition will run from April 15 to May 15. Tickets for the event can be purchased at the gallery or online. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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