MAY 8 - AUGUST 10, 2019
Meet the Makers Event Sunday July 14, noon-3pm, free
Docent-led tours July 11 12-1pm, July 25 12-1pm or 7-10pm, free, reservations required

Closing Reception Saturday August 10, 5-9pm, free

Bridge ARTSpace
23 Maine Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804

The Spirit of Invention - Bay Area Instrument Makers

An indoor and outdoor exhibition of musical instruments and visual scores including works by Krys Bobrowski, Olivier Di Cicco, Brian Day, Paul Dresher, Mauro Fortissimo, Larnie Fox, Dan Gottwald, Daryl Henline, Bart Hopkin, Brenda Hutchinson, Sung Kim, Cheryl E. Leonard, Tom Nunn, Norman Rutherford, David Samas, Ian Saxton, Sudhu Tewari, and Peter Whitehead. Leonard has natural-object instruments made out of driftwood, kelp, bark, and bones on display.



SUNDAY JULY 21, 2019
5-8pm, free, all ages

Community Music Center
544 Capp Street (at 20th Street)
San Francisco, CA

Touch the Gear Expo

A hands-on, family-friendly event where attendees roam among inventors and musicians and get a chance to experiment with a wide range of sound-producing gear - everything from oscillators and electronics to planks of wood with strings attached. Ask questions, make sounds, and experience how the instruments work in an environment that demystifies technology while inspiring creativity. Leonard will be sharing several natural-object instruments.



AUGUST 20 - DECEMBER 6, 2019
more details coming soon

Western Carolina Fine Art Museum
John W. Bardo Fine & Performing Arts Center
Western Carolina University

1 University Drive
Cullowhee, NC 28723

Resounding Change: Sonic Art and the Environment

An exhibition featuring work by contemporary artists who engage with environmental issues through the use of sound. Artworks encourage visitors to listen more closely to the natural world and to think about how sound is being used in a time of environmental crisis. What does sound tell us about our place in the world? What aspects of environmental change can we better understand through sound? Pieces in the exhibition, which range from a large-scale video installation to more intimate encounters with sound through headphones, address these questions and encourage reflections on our human relationship with the natural world. Leonard will be showing some of her Antarctic works, including penguin-bone instruments, graphic scores, and audio recordings of compositions.