Deep Beats Yoga & Artist Reception *Free w/ RSVP*

The Midway Gallery & Building 180 presents

Deep Beats Yoga & Artist Reception *Free w/ RSVP*

Friday - Jul 20

6:30 pm (event ends at 9:30 pm)

The Midway

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This event is 21 and over

Refresh and renew under the magical glow of Christopher Schardt's awe-evoking 'Constellation' with the guidance of Laura Nash from Uprising Arts Yoga and Dance. Summer is here, clear your mind, loosen your body and find your bliss in true Midway fashion--yoga to be accompanied by the smooth beats of DJ Symonne.

This one-of-kind, one-night-only deep yoga sesh will be followed by an artist-meet-and-greet with Christopher Schardt, as well as live music by DJ Yvine and a live closing performance by St. Terrible. Treat yourself to light snacks throughout the evening and delight in crisp refreshments at our cash bar after finding your zen.

Christopher Schardt:

Burning Man favorite and engineer turned LED artist, Christopher Schardt is an Oakland-based sculptor, musician and programmer. Schardt is represented by Building 180, who work closely with artists to create unique and meaningful installations.

Christopher Schardt & Building 180
Burning Man favorite and engineer turned LED artist, Christopher Schardt is an Oakland-based sculptor, musician and programmer. Constellation, a 6-pointed LED star canopy at The Midway makes its debut appearance. Constellation is a smaller/indoor version of his well-known Firmament piece that has graced the Playa for many years. In addition to Constellation, Schardt exhibits numerous works, which trace his art's history.

Christopher Schardt has been creating large-scale sculpture since 2000, focusing on LEDs since 2013. He works in aluminum, stainless steel, glass, plastics, electronics, and software.

Many of Schardt’s pieces strive to be a place to be. He learned how important this is with a piece called Yantra in 2003, and again in 2015 with Firmament. Rather than just walking up to Firmament, looking for a while at the pretty lights, and moving on, visitors would smile, sit down, and eventually recline, gazing up at the lights, sometimes for hours. Schardt is represented by Building 180, who work closely with artists to create unique and meaningful installations.
Venue Information:
The Midway
900 Marin Street
San Francisco, CA, 94124
http://themidwaysf.com/