PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- The Jacob Burns Film Center will participate in a multilocation, open-air sound art exhibition, "In The Garden of Sonic Delights," an initiative of Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts.
The JBFC’s interactive sound exhibition, "Usonia," is the result of a collaboration involving sound artist John Morton, JBFC faculty member Adam Rokhsar and four Pleasantville High School students, Dylan Franks, Kate O'Brien, Jack Butler and Jacob Nemec.
It will be on display in Pleasantville’s Nonna Square, a small urban green in downtown Pleasantville adjoining the train station, from Saturday, June 7, through the fall.
The JBFC will host a public opening ceremony for the exhibition on Monday, June 9, at 4 p.m., in Nonna Square.
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