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A spiritual experience


An intriguing multimedia fantasia

Columbus Dispatch


Blown away by the music

Columbus Theater

Gallery of Echoes


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Previous Performance
COLUMBUS COMMONS : September 6th, 2015

In collaboration with the Columbus Museum of Art, Shadowbox Live® presents Gallery of Echoes : The CMA Experience - a 21-song cycle, multi-media performance where the artwork takes center stage. Original rock ‘n’ roll, evocative video, and contemporary dance compliment the visceral artwork selected from the museum’s permanent collection for this one-of-a-kind production. Gallery of Echoes : The CMA Experience is presented in part by PNC’s Arts Alive!

Greater Columbus Arts Council
Winner of the 2014 GCAC Arts Excellence Award

“This is the experience we want to bring to the Gallery of Echoes project:

Imagine if you stopped to look at a painting, it unfolds in front of you, moving through space to cover every inch of your vision. A curator’s voice begins to whisper in your ear, telling the story of the piece. Music transforms the brush strokes into melodies and harmonies that become the painting’s soundtrack. And nearby, inspired performers experience the work through dance, song, and spoken word.

Art that inspires art that inspires art. That’s what we hope to achieve in Gallery of Echoes.”

– Stev Guyer, Co-composer, Executive Producer, Percussion, Keys​

November 2014 Feature on WOSU-TV’s Broad & High

“Last spring, Shadowbox Live® presented an innovative collaboration with the Columbus Museum of Art–an evocative, multimedia performance centered around 21 individual works of art from the museum’s permanent collection. The risky collaboration paid off with Shadowbox® receiving a coveted award from the Greater Columbus Arts Council last month and plans to possibly expand the show nationwide. The group is reviving this one-of-a-kind show this November and we met up with them during rehearsals”

Click here to see it on the WOSU website

presented in part by

PNC Arts Alive

Marquee Image credits: Albert Bierstadt, King Lake, California, early 1870s, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Bequest of Rutherford B. Platt. Edward Hopper, Morning Sun, 1952, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Museum Purchase, Howald Fund.

Gallery of Echoes is sponsored by

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