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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Lowell This Weekend: Harmonic Center of the Universe

Amy Black at the Village Smokehouse
Thursday May 7, 2009
9pm, No cover, Bonus: Meet up with local Twitterers starting at 7:30pm

Duck That! at 119 Gallery
Thursday May 7, 2009
Josh Jefferson - reeds and game calls,
Steve Norton - reeds and more game calls,
Angela Sawyer - electronics and you guessed it, game calls!
Walter Wright - solo electronics & video.
8pm, $5 Suggested Donation

The Straight Line, by Image Theatre Upstairs at The Old Court
Friday May 8 & Saturday May 9 LAST SHOWS!
8pm, $18 tickets in advance, $20 at the door
Rick and Jim, two disaffected 50 year old men from Boston, seek to spice up their life by drawing a “straight line” across America and just… going. All hell breaks loose when their car breaks down outside a diner in Ogallalah, Nebraska, and they become intertwined with the lives of the locals. Beer, romance, and gunfights in this “Coen Brothers- like” take on the loss of the American Dream.

People Standing Art Reception at Loading Dock Gallery
Friday May 8th, 6-9pm

Lowell Philharmonic Pops Concert
at Pawtucket Congregational Church
Friday May 8th, 8-10pm
Free, All Ages

"Can You Hear Me Now" Art Reception at 119 Gallery
As part of the Boston Cyberarts Festival
Saturday May 9, 3 - 6pm
Screening and Trans-Atlantic Performance with Lucy Thane and Red Shoe Films, London GB

Harmony Park Interactive Art Experience
Saturday May 9th, 6-10pm
Free, All Ages, Corner ofCork & Cross St.
On Saturday, May 9th, Lowell’s Harmony Park will come to life with cultural performances, food, community art activities, and a large scale interactive art installation, “The Harmonic Center of the Universe” by artists Chris Harvey, Olivia Robinson, and Jesse Stiles, with support from the Revolving Museum and other local community groups. Their giant luminous “moon” will hover on a 16-foot tall bamboo tripod swathed in garlands of lights. Suspended below a swing seat will beckon attendees to sit and activate a flow of animated lights and music.

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