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Self: Illuminated; A collection of work by Wayne Strattman
Come celebrate with us the opening of Wayne Strattman's first solo show!
Check it out! http://go.to/glass.
Self: Illuminated” will feature a wide variety of innovative lighting techniques addressing topics inspired by human cognition, perception, and memory. There will be kinetic light sculptures, an interactive display, and a huge chess board that mimics the complexity of the human condition. There will be a thirty-four foot wall of his patented Luminglas, and sculptures illuminated with helium, argon, neon, krypton, and xenon gases as well as other chemical phosphors.
The show opens to the pubic on the 15th, but will be open for 6 months, so stop by any time the museum is open. Other related events such as a Opening Gala, a Blues Night, and many others to follow; dates and times will be posted soon.
Even if you cant make it at all, please show your support by helping out with the Kickstarter project. Hope to see you there!
Wayne Strattman has been manipulating glass, gases and electricity for more than 25 years. He has had over 4000 private commissions and has work in close to 1000 museums. Lighted glass is his passion, and he is personally responsible for pioneering many of the techniques now intrinsic to his medium. Strattman’s work picks up where Geissler, Crookes, and Tesla left off. With three degrees under his belt, a Ph.D. in Neon Arts, and having literally written the book on neon, Wayne goes where no man has gone before.
|Where||Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation 154 Moody St, Waltham, MA 02453|
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More About Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation is located in the former Francis Cabot Lowell factory on Moody Street at the Charles River. The museum opened in 1980.
The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation's goal is to educate people on the important role industry played in the history of the United States and to foster innovation, which is critical for the continued growth of the country. This is done through the museum's various exhibits featuring Waltham businesses. These cover textiles, steam power, watches and clocks, transportation and more.
Group tours are available with advance notice. The museum is also available for rent for private events. Please contact the museum directly for more information.
Other events here
- Drawing on Brilliance Weekly on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays,