Photos: ‘Shine’ Live Public Projection Exhibit @ Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Cory Peak artwork at Shine Live Drawing Projection Exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

DoNight’s Live Painting Projection Exhibit ‘Shine’ at the Muscatine Holiday Stroll was loads of fun.  Even included a surprise impromptu dance party.  This is a Looooong photo post…enjoy!  Above artwork by Cory Peak.

At the ‘Shine’ Exhibit 5 artists took turns drawing on Wacom graphics tablets.  Their work was projected live as they drew onto the front of 129 W 2nd Street, downtown Muscatine.
Exhibit was on Dec 3 at the Muscatine Holiday Stroll

oK, on to the show.  

Christine Kuster was up first and she drew a mighty hand of Adam.

Christine Kuster drawing on Wacom Intuos4 Wireless for Shine projection exhibit at Muscatine Holiday Stroll

An early crowd gathers.

Christine Kuster - live projection exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Participating artists:
Christine Kuster
Katie Laschanzky
Jacob Lane
Anna Anderson
Cory Peak

(everyone pictured but Anna – who got away before we got a photo of her with her work. )

Christine Katy Jacob Cory - Projection art exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll


Jacob Lane

Jakob Lane drawing at Shine Live Projection ExhibitJacob Lane in full Christmas spirit.

Shine projection exhibit sponsor Kari Anderson - KariPearls

Jacob’s Christmas Tree card in progress


Katie Laschanzky

Katie Laschanzky drawingo on Wacom tablet at Shine projection exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Katie Laschanzky at Shine Live Digital Projection Exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Katie Laschanzky admires her work in the live drawing projection exhibit at Muscatine Holiday Stroll
Katie admires her work  – as did everyone else who saw it

2nd street Muscatine Holiday StrollThe view down 2nd Street


At some point in the evening the dance group that Flynn sponsors showed up. Flynn put their music on his somewhat overpowered karaoke float and an instant crowd gathered.

Live drawing and dancing - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

The lily drawing is by Katie. The note might be hers too – not sure.

Impromptue dance show at Live Digital Projection Exhibit - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Dancing in the street Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Flynn Collier Karaoke float Muscatine Holiday Stroll Lighted Parade

Flynn and the Magic Bell Karaoke float.  Awesome work Flynn.

DoNight Flynn Collier Karaoke float at Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Karaoke in the cold.


Cory Peak

Cory did the awesome drawing at the beginning of this post.  He had the crowd going with this one. He probably did the boombox because of the dance party right in front of the window.  Cory is just good like that.

Cory Peak drawing on Wacom Tablet - Muscatine Holiday Stroll

Cory Peak at the Wacom tablet - Live Projection exhibit Muscatine Holiday Stroll


Many Thanks to ‘Shine’ Sponsors
Musser Public Library
Muscatine Arts Council
KariPearls.com

Special Thanks to
Aaron Auberg
Josh Umlandt
Christine Kuster
Tom Meeker
Mobilizing Muscatine Excellence
And finally, the ECS computer guy who loaned us the adapter we needed off his server rack – Thanks!

 

Organized by
Andrew Anderson

 

We started with Cory so we’ll end with this one by Cory.  Cory Peak Artwork at Shine Projection Exhibit at Muscatine Holiday Stroll


That’s it. Thanks!  
If you were at the stroll please leave a comment and tell us  how it was!

Jakob Lane drawing at Shine Live Projection ExhibitJacob Lane in full Christmas spirit.
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8 Comments

  1. cory
    Posted December 5, 2010 at 3:44 am | Permalink

    thanks for documenting this. much fun. good event. awesome dance party/circle at the end.

  2. Posted December 5, 2010 at 3:51 am | Permalink

    This was one of my favorite DoNight projects so far. Really great job Andrew and crew.

  3. Linda Kelty
    Posted December 5, 2010 at 12:55 pm | Permalink

    I love the way you pulled a varied group of artists together and turned everyone’s efforts into performance art. Way to move forward. Maybe next year you can have more artists involved as well. I’m sure the kids who are interested were watching and encouraged to give it a go at some point as well as the awesome dancers in the street. Excellent event by all!

    • Posted December 6, 2010 at 6:06 am | Permalink

      Thank you Linda! I was very pleased with how things went too. I think you’re right – more people will be ready to try it in the future.

  4. Posted December 6, 2010 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

    Where did you collect all the artists? Impressive! I’ve never seen anything like it.

  5. Posted December 6, 2010 at 6:19 pm | Permalink

    “Oh what fun it is to see lighted art being drawn on a wall….in downtown Muscatine.”

    I love the photo of the youngsters staring at art being drawn before their very eyes…how inspiring that must have been.

    Miss seeing Anna’s lovely bouquet of a dozen red roses! It was one of my favorite drawings.

    Wow…how can you top this one, Andrew?

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