Salon Series | Terry Dame
Rescheduled from 2/25
On Saturday, April 15th, at 2 PM, DVAA is thrilled to welcome sound artist Terry Dame for an afternoon audio experience not to be missed. Dame will perform a set of improvised soundscapes on artist-made instruments fabricated from discarded objects. Listen as she transforms the sounds of her honey bees, native birds, water, and the inescapable human with state-of-the-art technology, weaving sonic tapestries that transport and inspire. This event will surely please all birders, beekeepers, nature lovers, and audiophiles alike.
Terry Dame is a New York-based creative sound artist, multi-instrumentalist, maker, and educator. Currently, she creates and performs with interactive sensor-driven musical instruments, sculptures, and installations using found objects and found sounds to explore pathways between creativity, technology, nature, and human habitation. From 1998-2012 she led the percussion-based ensemble Electric Junkyard Gamelan.
The group toured nationally and internationally, performing original compositions on Dame’s artist-made instruments built from recycled objects.
Dame also has an active career composing for film and dance and is an alumni of the Sundance Institute Composer Lab. Her work has been presented at prestigious venues internationally, including the Kennedy Center, MoMA, Detroit Institute of Art, International Festival of Recycling Art, International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and Festival Archstoyanie. Dame has received support from HarvestWorks Digital Media Center, Fractured Atlas, Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, The Rockefeller Foundation, NYSCA, and Meet the Composer.
She holds a BS in Environmental Design from the University of Massachusetts and an ßMFA in Composition and Performance from the California Institute of the Arts. Dame is currently on faculty in the MFA Computer Arts Department at the School of Visual Arts and BFA Media Arts Department at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City.
About the Salon Series
This February, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) once again opens the doors of Krause Recital Hall for an enriching 2023 Salon Series. In the grand tradition of the “Salon,” DVAA invites the community to experience, learn, participate, and exchange ideas with artists, musicians, and storytellers. This 6-part series will take place on select weekends from February through April and is entirely FREE.