Thomas Grillo of Jackson provided spacey background music for the reception. Grillo played the Theremin, an early electronic musical instrument best known for its eerie science fiction movie sound.
Bozarts owner Annette Trefzer demonstrates the Theremin for a gallery visitor on opening night.
Space Cadet Bill Warren of the Water Valley Arts Council and the Bozarts Artists Alliance welcomed Earthlings to the opening night festivities.
Thomas Grillo donned a spacesuit for a portion of his Theremin concert.
View video of the opening; see the Theremin recital; and hear P. J. Blount talk about space law, and get welcomed by the Space Cadet. All this at our site on YouTube.
Bill Burk looks for the proper viewing angle on this piece by Lyn Kartiganer.
SPACE, the latest show at Bozarts Gallery, opened Friday night with a public reception at the gallery at 403 North Main Street.
The show is a multi-sensory space experience, according to Bill Warren of the Water Valley Arts Council and the Bozarts Artists Alliance. Along with Warren, the other artists included in the show are William Pittman Andrews, Angela G. Clanton, Pati D’ Amico, Gabriella De Lawey, and Lyn Kartiganer.
The show will remain on display through May 29. For more information please contact Bill Warren, at (662) 473-0972.