Moons of Jupiter
collaborative Sound, image, and science performance (2021)
Moons of Jupiter is a performance collaboration between artists Kevin Gilmore and Jacob Richman and astronomer Scott MacNeill. It combines acoustic and electronic music, live processed video and telescope imagery, and scientific presentation to explore the unique qualities and astounding environments of the worlds that orbit Jupiter.
It will be performed at Frosty Drew Observatory outdoors under the stars*, followed by Q&A lead by Scott MacNeill and open viewing of the night sky with the Observatory's telescopes.
FRI & SAT, SEPT. 10 & 11
7:3OPM DOORS / 8 PM PERFORMANCE
Frosty Drew Observatory, Ninigret Park
61-62 Park Lane, Charlestown, RI (directions)
Suggested $5-20 Donation to Frosty Drew
*COVID PROTOCOL: performances will be outdoors, socially-distanced, some folding chairs will be provided but bring picnic blankets, etc. for groups, masks required in indoor spaces (telescope dome, Science Center, restrooms, etc.). See Frosty Drew's Covid requirements HERE.
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Moons of Jupiter is made possible by a generous grant from the University of Rhode Island Center for the Humanities