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“Intersections,” by LSC-Kingwood professor Aaron Bielish, features live art/music performance, experimental hyper-instruments, and interactive digital multimedia. The installation is a synthesis of Bielish’s experience as a practicing musician, composer and artist. At the center of the show is a 1932 Krenich and Bach baby grand piano that was damaged beyond repair in a move from New York to Houston.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through April 9. 

“Intersections,” by LSC-Kingwood professor Aaron Bielish, features live art/music performance, experimental hyper-instruments, and interactive digital multimedia. The installation is a synthesis of Bielish’s experience as a practicing musician, composer and artist. At the center of the show is a 1932 Krenich and Bach baby grand piano that was damaged beyond repair in a move from New York to Houston.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through April 9.

“Intersections,” by LSC-Kingwood professor Aaron Bielish, features live art/music performance, experimental hyper-instruments, and interactive digital multimedia. The installation is a synthesis of Bielish’s experience as a practicing musician, composer and artist. At the center of the show is a 1932 Krenich and Bach baby grand piano that was damaged beyond repair in a move from New York to Houston.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through April 9.

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WHERE

Lone Star College - Kingwood Fine Arts Gallery
20000 Kingwood Dr.
Kingwood, TX 77339
https://www.facebook.com/LSCKArtGallery/

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