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Virtual Welcome Party for Mary Prescott

  • April 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Zoom

Interdisciplinary artist Mary Prescott explores complicated themes of motherhood leading up to a work-in-progress sharing of “Mother Me” as an Artist in Residence from April 25 – May 22, 2021 at Lanesboro Arts. Join us via Zoom for a virtual Welcome Party for Mary as she talks about her project, “Mother Me”, as well as how she’ll be interacting and engaging with the Lanesboro community during her month long residency. This event is free, but registration is required; the Zoom link will be emailed to participants before the event.

Motherhood, like any identity or relationship, comes in many nuanced forms. During her residency, Twin-Cities based artist Mary Prescott will further develop her performance piece, “Mother Me,” which explores motherhood through relationships, psychology, and sociology. The Washington Post describes her work as “a bright light cast forward,” “uncompromising,” and “masterfully envisioned.” Prescott will research, interview, and hold informal conversations with Lanesboro residents about their varying experiences of or about motherhood, all through virtual platforms due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • A Capstone Work-in-Progress Sharing of “Mother Me” will happen Friday, May 21st, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.

Mary Prescott is a Thai-American interdisciplinary artist, composer and pianist based in Minneapolis and New York City who explores the foundations and facets of identity and social conditions through experiential performance. She aims to foster understanding and create pathways for change by voicing emotional and human truths through artistic investigation and dissemination.

Prescott’s output includes several large-scale interdisciplinary works, improvised music, an immersive multimedia chamber opera, a 365-day sound journal, film music, as well as solo and chamber concert works.

As Co-Founder and inaugural Artistic Director of the Lyra Music Festival at Smith College, Prescott was named a New York Foundation for the Arts Emerging Leader. She has served on faculty at the Goppisberger Music Festival in Switzerland, the Louisiana Chamber Music Institute, and is a Teaching Artist with American Composers Orchestra.

Prescott holds degrees from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, and Manhattan School of Music.

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