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An Evening with Elizabeth Baker: The Resonant Life

  • 31 Jan 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Woodson African American Museum: 2240 9th Ave S, St. Pete
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In pARTnership with TBBCA  and the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum, WWOTB is hosting a private evening with artist and author Elizabeth Baker. We are celebrating the launch of Elizabeth’s new book “The Resonant Life”. Guests will enjoy a networking reception with light bites and wine, Q&A with the author and insight into the book.

About the Book:

The Resonant Life - Attack. Decay. Sustain. Release. Resonate.

New Renaissance Artist, Elizabeth A. Baker prepares you for a productive new year by teaching you how to maximize your potential through the principles of a resonant life, a method for applying the fundamental aspects of sound into tangible tactics and points for inner-reflection outlined in her new motivational book.

About the Author:

Elizabeth refers to herself as a “New Renaissance Artist” who embraces a constant stream of change and rebirth in practice, which expands into a variety of media, chiefly an exploration of how sonic and spatial worlds can be manipulated to personify a variety of philosophies and principles both tangible as well as intangible. Elizabeth has received recognition from press as well as scholars, for her conceptual compositions and commitment to inclusive programming. In addition to studies of her work, Elizabeth has been awarded several fellowships, grants, and residencies, in addition to sponsorships from Schoenhut Piano Company and Source Audio LLC. As an experimental filmmaker, her work has been shown at festivals including Women of the Lens (United Kingdom), and the African Smartphone International Film Festival (Nigeria). As a solo recording artist, Elizabeth is represented by Aerocade Music, her first solo album on the California-based label Quadrivium released worldwide in May 2018 to rave reviews. She is founder of the Florida International Toy Piano Festival, The New Music Conflagration, Inc., author of three books, and the subject of a number of scholarly articles, thesis papers, and other academic research. In March 2018, Elizabeth retired from nonprofit arts administration to focus on her international solo career, though she remains committed to the community through workshops and public speaking engagements. 

About Our Host:

The history of African Americans in the St. Petersburg community and throughout the African Diaspora is the central focus of programming at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. The Museum serves to preserve this rich history for present and future generations of St. Pete residents and visitors. It also promotes an understanding among various groups that comprise the community to enhance our ability as a society to respect, value diversity, and foster equal rights and social justice.

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