One thing’s for certain: The lagoon is compelling.
Louis Grachos, the new executive director of AMOA-Arthouse, has played host several times recently to visiting artists, in town at his invitation to consider future projects.
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Spring Sound Series
What: Wearing wireless headsets, people can dance around the grounds while choosing between two separate music channels programmed by invited DJs. A host of food trucks will be on hand for dance breaks.
When: 8 p.m. to midnight April 18
What: Placed around the ground, 20 solar-powered speakers are each preloaded with recorded guitar notes to create an evolving harmonious chord.
When: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 27-28
Cost: Free with museum admission ($3-$5)
Information: 458-8191, www.amoa-arthouse.org