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Welcome to An Interactive Starry Night!

Its been excellent Stargazing lately!! Van Gogh painted his Starry Night and Starry Night Over the Rhone in 1888 & 1889. Today I'm painting my own versions!

Inspired by Van Gogh, the recent Super-Moon Eclipse, lectures & videos on on Black Holes and Stars, and the announcement of Mars having water last week I want to present "Starry Night"

Paintings, Digital Animations, Projections and Interactive Artworks will be on view on Nov. 4th at #GalleryPaige! This is a Free Public Event.


Details for museum folk in Mpls for #MCN2015:
The MCN2015's Ignite Event http://mcn.edu/mcn-2015-minneapolis/2015-program/ -- is only *one block* from #GalleryPaige in downtown Minneapolis. This Opening will end before 6pm so we may all make the Ignite Event on time!

Walk over early from the hotel and join me at the gallery! We can share a Happy Hour toast and then simply walk one block next door to the Pourhouse for the Ignite Event at 6pm.

Please join me for a glass of wine and see a giant Starry Night Selfie Backdrop, Create your own LED Thowie Star for the Interactive Starry Night, and others activities and works inspired by Van Gogh's Starry Night and Starry Night Over the Rhone.

Other works in the gallery include large scale paintings & playful interactive sculptures, early experiments with LEDs, sensors & mobile technology and prototypes for Interactive Public Art.
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