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2018 Annual Benefit

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 6—9pm

Fulcrum Arts invites you to join us as we celebrate William Basinski and The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), Caltech for outstanding contributions …

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LASER artist talk and performance

November 5, 2018 | 7—9pm

Fulcrum Arts and the Williamson Gallery will present an LASER Talk in conjunction with the AxS Festival and the MOONS exhibition. LASER …

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City as Wunderkammer

A×S Festival 2018

November 2 — 11, 2018

Fulcrum Arts presents the 2018 A×S Festival, a regional celebration of art and science, based in Pasadena and surrounding communities. …

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Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours

Free Radicals: Art + Science + Culture

July 27, 2018 | 11:30pm — 3:00am

Developed by The Music Center in partnership with Fulcrum Arts, this special Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours celebrates the relationship of …

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July 23, 2018 @ 7:00pm

Grab some refreshments and join an avid audience of curious participants in the art-science dialogue, and speakers sharing their art/science/technology/media …

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Fulcrum Arts and Goldenvoice Present

Microcosmos: Intelligence Moves

A roaming performance by The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences | June 23 + 24, 2018

The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences (LEI) is a collective of artists, scientists and other experts working to create experiences that …

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The Radical Listener: Sensing Landscapes, Sounding Biospheres

May 26—27, 2018

Lawrence English will lead a group on a two-day field recording workshop to explore the richly diverse biological landscape of …

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EMERGE 2018 Benefit Art Auction

April 12—26, 2018

Opening Reception & Preview April 12, 5—8pm deasy/penner&partners 200 South Los Robles Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 Fulcrum Arts will present …

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A×S Artist Interview

Lawrence English

By Vardui Sharapkhanyan

In his text, Listen: A History of Our Ears, French musicologist Peter Szendy asks, two questions: “Can one make a listening …

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