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Meet The Artist v.1.0: Richard Zvonar and Dan Walsh

     8 pm AT EYEDRUM, MONDAY, MAY 20, 2002

The Electric Arts Alliance of Atlanta (EAAA) is proud to present the
first of its Meet The Artist series at Eyedrum with presentations by two
dynamic electric artists, Richard Zvonar and Dan Walsh, at 8:00 p.m. on
Monday, May 20th, 2002.  Richard Zvonar is a composer and intermedia artist
living in Los Angeles, California and will discuss his work by drawing from
his 30 years of experience in the fields of intermedia perfomance,
electroacoustic improvisation, and multichannel
spatialization. Dan Walsh is a new media artist living in Atlanta,
Georgia and will present and discuss his current work developing
software for interactive audio / video performance in the programming
environments NATO and Max/MSP.

Richard Zvonar is a composer and intermedia artist whose works include
pieces for voice, acoustic and electronic instruments, tape, film,
installations, music theater and intermedia performance.  Zvonar
received a PhD in Composition and Music Technology in 1982 from UC San
Diego, where he was a Research Assistant at the Computer Audio Research
Lab (CARL) and a Fellow at the Center for Music Experiment (CME).
Performances of electroacoustic music, featuring computer controlled
processing of acoustic sounds, include an ongoing project with bassist
Robert Black (Real Art Ways, PASS, Experimental Intermedia Foundation,
Composers' Forum), Hex (1987) with the ensemble Relache in Philadelphia, and
several years touring and recording with avant-diva Diamanda Galas. Most
recently, Zvonar has been developing his own performance control software
using the Max programming environment.  For more information on Richard
Zvonar please visit his website at http://www.zvonar.com.

John Daniel Walsh is a new media artist living in Atlanta. He has
produced audio recordings, videos, audio / video installations, and
custom audio / video software, most recently at Solomon Projects gallery.
He is the winner of the 2000 Emerging Artist's Award from the
City of Atlanta, Bureau of Cultural Affairs, and his work has been
featured in exhibitions in Georgia and nationwide.  He is currently the
Visiting Artist in Residence at the Atlanta College of Art in the video
department.  Walsh is currently working on the creation of audio and
video software for display and performance in the Max/Nato programming

A $3 donation is requested for admission.  For more info please contact:
Electric_Arts_Alliance@yahoo.com or visit http://www.eyedrum.org

Eyedrum, Suite 8, 290 MLK, Jr. DR, Atlanta, GA 30312

The Electric Arts Alliance of Atlanta (EAAA)