Past Dates

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

ZUZI! Theater
The Migration Project - November 14, 15, 21, 22 --- 7:30 p.m.
The Historic Y, 738 N. 5th Ave
Tucson, AZ 85716
Price: $18 gen/ $15 seniors and students



The Migration Project

"The place I call home expands with every risk I take, every truth I share"

The Migration Project is a theatrical docudrama exploring human migration and our efforts to claim home, opens November 14th in a collaborative workshop production with ZUZI! Dance Company.

November 14, 15, 21 and 22 at 7:30 pm.
Tickets are $18, general admission. $15 for students, seniors and military.

at the ZUZI! Theater in the Historic Y
738 N. 5th Ave. Tucson, AZ 85745

Playwright Eugenia Woods utilized input from refugee, immigrant and indigenous communities to shape this theatrical work. The play weaves together stories of 5 central characters from Mexico, The Hopi Nation, China, Zimbabwe, and one composite character representing the voices of refugee women from Iraq, Egypt, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Blending actual interview material with dramatic writing, Woods' play examines what compels these characters to leave home, what they are forced to leave behind, and how they attempt to create a new home in a foreign land.

Director Marc David Pinate of Borderlands Theater and Choreographer Nanette Robinson of ZUZI! are partnering in creating the physical language of the play, set against Artist/Scenic Designer Wesley Creigh's sculptural installation.

In the past year, THE MIGRATION PROJECT has engaged community participation through public art activities at The Tucson Museum of Art, the Hopi Foundation's Owl and Panther Project and ZUZI! Dance Company. Woods has been gathering data for the project for over a year, interviewing migrants who have left their homes for safety, for survival, for love, for freedom, for peace, for a sustainable relationship of self to place. 

Opening night is free thanks to a generous grant from the Tucson Pima Arts Council. Tickets will be offered on a first come-first serve basis with project participants receiving priority seating. Donations are welcome. 

Ticket reservations may be made by email at or by calling 520 975 4021 . 

Saturday, September 27th, 2014

In Motion: Borders and Migrations - May 16 - September 27
20 S West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

May 16 – September 27, 2014 in the Street Gallery
Opening Reception and Live Performance: May 16 from 7 to 9 PM 

 Salt Lake City, UT - The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is proud to announce In Motion: Borders and Migrations, a group exhibition thataddresses the U.S.-Mexico border and its unique geographic, political, social, and aesthetic contexts. 

The works in the show complicate definitions of this demarcation as a fixed and knowable boundary line between nations. In Motion: Borders and Migrationsoffers audiences an alternative to popular media perspectives on the border and to the cultural give-and-take that occurs there.

 Though often framed as a site of tension, the international line between the United States and Mexico is a dynamic location that has generated a distinct artistic culture often overlooked in media coverage. The specific economic, political, and visual circumstances of the border have produced aesthetically compelling, socially engaged artistic practices on both sides of the line. Featuring photography, painting, video, sculpture, sound and performance pieces, In Motion: Borders and Migrations presents diverse perspectives on what it means to experience and move across the border, both physically and symbolically.  

In Motion: Borders and Migrations features local and international artists including: Diego Aguirre,  Rocio Boliver, Margarita Cabrera, Caleb Duarte, Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, Ingrid Hernandez, Jesse Lerner, V. Kim Martinez, Yoshua Okón, Jorge Rojas, Rosario Sotelo, Glenn Weyant, and Alejandro Zacarias. 

In addition to the exhibition, the opening night reception will feature a live performance piece by Caleb Duarte, created for In Motion: Borders and Migrations. The piece will be filmed and displayed through video for the remaining run of the exhibition.

In Motion: Borders and Migrations was formed in collaboration with University of Utah professor, Elena Shtromberg and students in the course “Visual Culture along the U.S./Mexico Border.”

Image Credit:
“Guerillas” Film still courtesy of artist Rosario Sotelo

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

New Works Artist Showcase 2014 at Maker House Spotlights Tucson’s Creative Professionals - 5:30 to 8 p.m.
283 North Stone Ave.
Tucson, Arizona
Price: Free

All the details are here: .

If you're in Tucson its a good time to get a free Sonorous Desert City cd or download and take a quick soundwalk. More details about that here: 

sonorous desert city

Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Soundscapes : Barometers of a Changing World - 2 p.m.
Music Room 146
Tucson, Az 85716
Price: Free

soundscapes : barometers of a changing world


What Panel Discussion: "Soundscapes: Barometers of a Changing World" with a diverse group of artists, writers and scholars for a lively discussion, hosted by faculty artist Michael Dauphinais

When Monday, February 3, 2014, 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Where Music Room 146, UA School of Music, south east corner of Speedway and Park

Dr. Michael Dauphinais will host a panel discussion, "Soundscapes: Barometers of a Changing World."

Join a diverse group of artists, writers and scholars for a lively discussion of our world’s sonic environments, the practice of listening closely to the planet’s natural and urban sounds, and the implications of our acoustic surroundings.

This free-admission event will take place in Music Room 146 at the UA School of Music on Monday, February 3, 2014 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

 This project has been made possible by a grant from the College of Fine Arts Fund for Excellence and the Sound Investment Fund.

 Panelists include:

Alison Hawthorne Deming – poet, essayist, director of UA’s Creative Writing Department, author of many publications including "The Edges of the Civilized World: A Journey in Nature and Culture."

 Stephan Moore – composer, sound artist, vice president of the American Society for Acoustic Ecology, curator of the upcoming sound art exhibition “In the Garden of Sonic Delights” at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts.

Rafe Sagarin – marine ecologist and environmental policy analyst, Biosphere2 and UA’s Institute of the Environment; uses unusual data sets from writers, naturalists, artists, and gamblers to re-assemble historical patterns of ecosystem change.

Glenn Weyant – musician, sound artist, creator of the Sonorous Desert City Project and The Anta Project, in which he used the U.S./Mexico border fence as a massive electro-acoustic instrument.

John Melillo – UA Department of English, poet, musician, and author of "Outside In: Noisescapes from Dada to Punk," will moderate the discussion.

Directly following the discussion Glenn Weyant will lead a soundwalk, an ambulatory exploration of the UA campus’s richly sonorous setting.

 Note: Michael Dauphinais will also present an innovative recital that evening with composer Stephan Moore. "Piano, The Other Piano, and Neither Piano," for keyboard and electronics, will be held in Holslclaw Hall at 7:00 p.m.

For more information about this recital, visit



Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Klangkunst Schmagkunst : Reconceptualizing Broadband Noise And Restricted Acoustic Horizons Vis-A-Vis Amorphous Sonorous Desert City Extended Soundscapes And Listener Reception Encounters - 7:30 pm
197 E. Toole Ave.
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 366-1573
Price: $5




 The Tucson orchestra  --- not be confused with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra --- will be led by guest conductor Glenn Weyant LIVE on December 11, 2013 at EXPLODED VIEW in a one-night-only special performance of Klangkunst Schmangkunst : Reconceptualizing Broadband Noise And Restricted Acoustic Horizons Vis-A-Vis Amorphous Sonorous Desert City Extended Soundscapes And Listener Reception Encounters.

Klangkunst Schmangkunst celebrates nearly six months of existential sound gathering begun on July 1, 2013 for the ground-breaking composition of Sonorous Desert City Project: Suite I-III  (due in out early 2014)  with live performance, video and an original sound collage followed by Q&A.

About The Sonorous Desert City Project: Suite I-III:

The Sonorous Desert City Project: Suite I-III seeks to reacquaint Tucson (and newly acquaint the rest of the world) with our shared aural landscape through a series of listening performances and a limited edition recording.

In this age of rapid information distribution, virtual everything and earbuds, The Sonorous Desert City Project promotes taking time to simply unplug and listen to the world around us, to reconnect and explore our roles in this radiant soundscape, hearing the sacred in the mundane and the profound in the prosaic, all of which is not only healthy for our minds and spirits but also fosters a sense of place and connection.

The Sonorous Desert City Project is made possible through a generous grant by the Tucson Pima Arts Council.


Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Bryan Day & Eun Young Park, w/ Jeph Jerman, and Glenn Weyant (Tucson) - 7:30 p.m.
1506 NW. Grand Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Price: $6

"An amazing trio of experimental art/sound performers in a fantastic location. This show is a must see for anyone with a yen for explorative creativity." --- Trunk Space


Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

MOMMIE DEAREST, the LOVE OF FAMILY - 7 p.m. (Doors open 6:30 p.m.)
416 E. 9th St.
Tucson, AZ
Price: $7


odyssey storytelling

Stories about the skeletons in the closet, family vacations in the station wagon, chores, allowance and beating up your brother. Being adopted or wishing someone else would adopt you—what are the smiles in those family portraits hiding? Holiday traditions, your years in psychotherapy, weddings, funerals, birthdays and why you love your mother.

 Storytellers: Poet, writer, and Odyssey Producer Shannon Snapp; director and performer Esther Almazan Blue; avid outdoorsman Jose Duenas; Glenn Weyant; Robert Zander Crowthers; and native Tucsonan Robert Ronquillo. 


Sunday, April 14th, 2013

Walls Between People
4520 Crowchild Trail SW
Calgary, AB T2T 5J4


On going through April 14....

Field recordings and performances from the Southern Arizona/Northern Sonora borderlands of the militarized infrastructure as addressed in The Anta Project and Droneland Security will be included as part of this riveting ongoing photography project by Alexandra Novosseloff and Frank Neisse.

The exhibition represents:

  • The Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea
  • The Green Line that divides the island of Cyprus
  • Peace Lines in Northern Ireland
  • Berm a wall of sand that crosses the Western Sahara from north to south
  • The Fence built between the United Sates and Mexico
  • Barbed wire around the Spanish enclaves in Morocco
  • The Control Line between Pakistan and India
  • The Security/Separation Wall between Israelis and Palestinians

This photography project has been shown in The Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva, The GoEun Museum of Photography in Korea along with various other galleries in Greece, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Haiti, Dubai, and Nairobi. The installation in The Founders’ Gallery will be the first time these works have been shown in North America.
walls between people

Friday, March 1st, 2013

Museum of Contemporary Art
The Sherman-Weyant Anarchist Implosion - 6-8 p.m.
265 S Church Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 624-5019
Price: Free For All


March 1, 2013

The Sherman-Weyant Anarchist Implosion

1 March 2013


FREE  for all

The Sherman-Weyant Anarchist Implosion have created a site-specific ambient audio work that is inspired and provoked by Peter Young’s paintings while also explicitly devised to acoustically activate the MOCA Great Hall’s unique properties.  Echoing and celebrating Young’s career of painterly process-based abstraction, The Sherman-Weyant Anarchist Implosion will present a multi-threaded performative soundscape that is both algorithmic and improvisational.

About the artists:

David Sherman is a filmmaker and media/sound artist, whose appropriation and collage based, works are concerned with activating/documenting alternative histories and states of consciousness. Sherman’s works have been exhibited extensively at film festivals, museums and alternative venues throughout the world including:  The Whitney Biennial, The New York Film Festival, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, and Musée National d’Art Modern, Paris.

Glenn Weyant is a founding member and innovator of the early 21st Century Border Wall Deconstructionist Movement. Using a cello bow and implements of mass percussion to “play” the Sonoran Desert’s border walls, militarized infrastructure and assorted ephemera, both natural and human, Weyant’s internationally recognized work has been featured in films, books, photographs and audio recordings. In 2012 Weyant’s performance of John Cage’s 4″33 upon the Nogales Wall was included in the New York Public Library/John Cage Trust retrospective: John Cage unbound A Living Archive. To learn more about Weyant’s work visit:

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

BORDER SONGS NMD BENEFIT Southside Presbyterian Church
Border Songs - 7 p.m.
317 W. 23rd St.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Price: $5 or free with CD purchase

Cyril Barret, Chuck Cheesman, Robert Neustadt, Ted Warmbrand, Glenn Weyant, Adam Cooper-Teran, m. henry and others will perform selections from Border Songs, a compilation album to benefit No More Deaths, at 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 5. $5 donation or the purchase of a CD for $20. All proceeds go to No More Deaths.

border songs

Monday, December 31st, 2012

Two Sun Sin Phony
Two Sun Sin Phony Presents : Chance Harmonics - 12 a.m.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Price: Free

Tis the event of the season. Say no more.

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Capitalist Masterpieces - 6-8 p.m.
265 S. Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: TBA

Howdy folks.

A slight change of the audio dial.

The sound installation for the Peter Young art opening --- Capitalist Masterpieces --- at MOCA-Tucson on Friday has been postponed.

A new date allowing for creation of a more expansive sound envelope during Peter's exhibition is forth coming.

However, be sure to attend the opening on Friday if you can.

It is something you won't want to miss...


Peter Young MOCA

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Border Songs Project CD Release Concert - TBA
2300 North Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86002
Price: TBA

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Coconino Center for the Arts

Border Songs CD Project Release Concert - tba

2300 North Fort Valley Road Flagstaff AZ 86002 US (928)779-6921 [map]

Chuck Cheesman and Bob Neustadt are putting together a compilation of musical and spoken word recordings dealing with the US/Mexico border catastrophe. The CD release will be held in conjunction with an art show at the Coconino Center for the Arts.

Follow the Border Songs CD Project on Facebook and Twitter. All funds from sale of the CD will benefit the humanitarian organizaion NO MORE DEATHS.


Friday, September 28th, 2012

ABQ Cultural Conference - Crossing Borders: Personal, Regional, International
7th St. and Mountain Road
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Price: $40.00


The Albuquerque Cultural Conference is a project of West End Press. It was hatched in 2007 by West End Publisher John Crawford, and named to recall the Kansas City Cultural Conferences of the late 1970s.

To date, there have been four Albuquerque Cultural Conferences (2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011). We’ve evolved in form and content, and meet in two- or three-day sessions in September at the Harwood Art Center. We concentrate on maintaining high energy on low budgets, with a combination of panels, workshops and evening performances. We featured mixed presentations of readings, performance art, and music. We offer an extensive book exhibit with opportunities for publishers, authors, and the voracious readership that makes up our ranks.


ABQ Cultural Conference

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Twilight Third Thursdays - 5 - 8 p.m.
2150 North Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Price: Public: $9 adults, $4 children / Members: $5 adult, $3 children
Excited to be composing a new sound installation based on Patty's images...

(Official Event Details)

Artist, Patricia Katchur grew up in Pittsburgh where she spied glimpses of urban decay
 brought about by a dying steel industry.

She was taken aback by these scenes as they
sat juxtaposed against the beautiful, natural world of flora, fauna
and the ever-changing weather.

These youthful memories have defined her artistic vision
and guided her careers in art, commerce and collaborations.

Joining Ms. Katchur during the reception will be special guest Glenn Weyant/ SonicAnta
who created a score inspired by her work.

!!!Beer, wine and food available for sale!!!

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Phoenix Sheraton (Downtown)
Phoenix, Arizona
May 24-28 : The International Communication Association Conference in Phoenix for a presentation on The Anta Project --- with a session devoted to building customized, self-attaching border wall amplification boxes --- $5 supply fee but you get to keep what you build.



Friday, April 13th, 2012

Galeria Montmartre
Mi Frontera / My Border - 7 p.m.
Pasaje Rodriguez Ave. Revolution

The place to be : If you're in Tijuana (or the vicinity) on Friday The 13th, check out the photo show opening by Jill M. Holslin --- Mi Frontera : Rastos y testimonios en el muro. Border art (Jill), food (Machine Designer Deli) and sound (soniCanta)...

mi frontera

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

(NEITHER) HERE NOR THERE: Stories from Life on the Borderlands - 6 p.m.
1031 N. Olive Rd
Tucson, AZ 85716
Price: Free

This storytelling is one of many events, symposia and exhibits featured in connection with The Border Project: Soundscapes, Landscapes and Lifescapes, which continues through Sunday, March 11, at the UA Museum of Art.


Retired educator, Clark Atkinson-Gastelum; German professor, Dr. Albrecht Classen; documentary filmmaker, Austin Counts; sound artist, Glenn Weyant; classics professor, Bella Vivante; ceramic art professor, Aurore Chabot; Tohono O’odham native, Christine Myers; and artist Paco Velez.

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Cycle-Centric Instrument Workshops - 1-4 pm
44 West 6th St
Tucson, AZ
Price: $20

Since childhood I've been making music /sculpting sound / composing works with repurposed objects such as bike parts and bungee chords and lately I've thought it would be interesting to pass on the knowledge I'd gained in those areas.

So a few years back I proposed a series of bike-centric instrument workshops at BICAS in Tucson. Later this month the idea will become a reality.

The series will run every Saturday from April 30th through May 28th and conclude with a public performance. Everyone who attends will get to keep their instruments, mallets, wind instruments and other goodies. All for the low price of $20.

To register contact BICAS directly because classes are limited and filling up.

Hope to see you there.


Saturday, May 14th, 2011

Valley Of The Moon
Spring Circus! - 4 - 8 p.m.
2544 East Allen Road
Tucson, AZ
Price: $6 adults / $4 children

Spring Circus is a FUNdraiser for Procession of Little Angels, the childrens version of the All Souls Parade put on by Many Mouths One Stomach. It's a great local cause and fun for the whole family with New-Tang Acrobats, Orbital Evolution, The Wonderfools, Gumbo Wobbly and Friends, Cub Club Samba, and recycled art and paper flower making. During the dinner hour we'll be breaking out The Kestrel 920 and opening it up for improvisation by anyone interested. Hope to see you there.



Sunday, March 27th, 2011

The Hut
BICAS/Bike-A-Stra Workshop Benefit - 5 pm until midnight
ON 4th Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: $5

About the workshops: The BICAS Instrument Workshops will begin on Sunday’s from April 30th to May 28th with a concert that will be open to the public. The $20 fee covers all four workshops, materials, instruction, and a complimentary recording of the final performance.

The workshops look at the history of repurposed object instrumentation, design, fabrication, and performance application in a group setting. In addition to building cycle-centric instruments they can play and keep, students at the workshop will also receive materials and do-it-yourself (DIY) instructions for building simple amplifiers, microphones and pickups.

Educators include Casey Wollschlaeger – BICAS art and outreach coordinator, educator, and bicycle advocate. Glenn Weyant – Sound sculptor, educator, composer and builder of original instruments including The Electric Ferris Box and Kestrel 920.

“Bikes and bike culture is about much more than just transportation. They are about creating community, developing self-reliance, healthy lifestyle choices, environmental stewardship, and having fun,” said BICAS Art Coordinator Casey Wollschlaeger. “BICAS has been building a reputation for creating cycle influenced art for some time. Now for the first time in Tucson, BICAS, is offering workshops which will allow the community to explore the musical properties of bicycles and other re-purposed objects and materials.”

“As children I think we all innately knew about the sound properties of our bikes. We attached playing cards to spokes or tapped out rhythms on the frame and handlebars,” said Glenn Weyant, a founding member of Bike-A-Stra and inventor of The Electric Ferris Box. “These workshops will reconnect participant with that sense of imagination and exploration while building functional instruments they can play in an orchestral setting mixing both composition and improvisation.”

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Bike-A-Stra aka The Spokesmen - Show starts at 8 pm or so...
31 East Toole
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: $ 7

Come on out with ears wide open. Special guests, original instruments, big sound, wide vibrations....


Saturday, September 18th, 2010

The Spokes Men ~aka~ Bike-A-Stra - Opening for The Mo Deens (10 pm)
100 E. Congress Street
Tucson, AZ


The Spokes Men ~aka~ Bike-A-Stra will be paving the way for The Mo Deens with a deep space bike ruckus and transmutational sound environment starting at 10 pm.


Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Cornelius F. Van Stafrin III, Tar, Steev Hise, Glenn Weyant - 9 pm
31 East Toole
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: $8

Cornelius F. Van Stafrin III (tape manipulation, acoustic amplifications, collage, drone, expermental) (North Carolina/Los Angeles) with Tärr (modular synth, drone, music concrete, noise) (Chicago), Steev Hise (guitar, recordings and assorted manipulations) Glenn Weyant (Original instruments: Amplified Chair d' Bungee, Wire Extension Sonique --- plus viola)

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Noise Where Prohibited - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
265 S. Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: $5 members, $10 non-members

If you are in Tucson, mark your database, cuz its unlikely these original and traditional instruments will be unleashed simultaneously again... NOISE WHERE PROHIBITED: An extended immersive sound environment for Kestrel 920, Electric Ferris Box, Feedback Accentuator, DroneZilla, Prepared Guitar, Child-Size Violin, Styl...ophone, Electronic Efffects, Shortwave Radio Signals, Modified FM Transmitters, Deep Audio Frequency Signal Generation and more.

Partake in an immersive sonic meditation on the ghettoization of noise/sound/music composed for modified shortwave radio and instruments of original design like the Kestrel 920 and the electric Ferris Box. Glenn Weyant is a Tucson-based sound sculptor, educator, baker, journalist and builder/designer of original instruments. As the founder of SonicAnta, a grass roots record label and performance organization, Weyant has dedicated his audio work to the exploration of sonic boundaries and the local sound of ecology.

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Transfix Retrospective. Vessel / Verbobala / SonicAnta collaboration, installation & performance - 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
214 East Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1951
(602) 253-0339
Price: FREE

A show mixing the performance work of Rachel Bowditch, the video mixology of Adam Cooper-Teran and the words of T.S. Elliot as spoken by Logan Phillips with sound work by Glenn Weyant

Here's a taste of what could be in store if the wire can be set...


Monday, November 16th, 2009

Sonic Walkabout - 9 p.m.
31 East Toole
Tucson, AZ 85701
Price: TBA

Downtown Sonic Walkabout : An exploration of the historic warehouse district's native sound ecology. Particpants should wear comfortable shoes. Duration: 30 minutes.

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

The Anta Project: Transforming the US/Mexico Border Wall with a Cello Bow and Implements of Mass Percussion - 2:15-3:45
OU Union
Norman, OK 73019-0390
Dueling Eagles: A Seminar on U.S.- Mexico Border Issues Mon. Nov. 2, 2009 University of Oklahoma Sponsored by: Dr. Alan McPherson, Conoco-Phillips Chair in Latin American Studies (School for Area and International Studies) Dr. Sterling Evans, Louise Welsh Chair in Oklahoma, Southern Plains, and Borderlands History (Department of History) Scholars Room, OU Union: 8:30-9:00 - continental breakfast reception 9:00-10:15 - Dr. Tony Payan, Dept. of Political Science, University of Texas-El Paso (speaking on immigration and Homeland Security issues) 10:15-10:45 - refreshment break 10:45-12:00 - Dr. Elaine Carey, Dept. of History, St. John's University (New York City) "The Ice Women Cometh: Gender, Drugs, and the Border, 1900 to the Present" 12:15-2:00 - Associates Room, OU Union Featured speaker: Margaret Randall, poet/writer (Albuquerque) Speaking and reading from her Stones Witness Introduced by: Dr. Chris White, Dept. of History, Marshall University (W. Va.), (Latin Americanist historian, biographer of M. Randall) 2:15-3:45 - Multi-media presentation, Glenn Weyant, Anta Project (Tucson), "The Anta Project: Transforming the US/Mexico Border Wall with a Cello Bow and Implements of Mass Percussion"

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

SonicBridge:2 - 5 p.m.
Tucson, AZ
Price: Tune In
A live telematic performance linking Tucson with Chicago, Mexico City and Buenos Aires. Performing in Tucson will be Steev Hise (laptop and keyboard) and Glenn Weyant (electric ferris box and prepared guitar). Streamed live over the Web: Or via airwaves: AM: 1570

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

The All Souls International Film Festival - 7 p.m.
3233 E. Speedway Blvd
Tucson, Az 85716
Price: $8 per night / $15 for both
The All Souls International Film Festival serves as a forum for people from all cultures to actively explore the phenomena of death through cinema. The ASIFF happens one month after the All Souls Procession, and will take place this year at the Loft Cinema on Wednesday and Thursday, December 10th and 11th, 2008. Expect one-of-a-kind shorts, animations, and other experiments regarding themes of Ancestry, Global Rituals and Festivals relating to Death, Grief, Loss, and Rebirth. Also featuring special performances by David Wright (Not Breathing) and Glenn Weyant (SonicAnta).

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

The World Is Your Instrument: Play It Now - Oct. 9/10/11/12
Hotel Orrington : 1710 Orrington Avenue
Evanston, Il
Price: Free when attending the event.
The Anta Project and other discs will be available for purchase.

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

Peter Jones Gallery - 8 pm
1806 W Cuyler St
Chicago, IL 60613
Price: $10
Glenn Weyant (invented instruments), Matt Weston (drums), Michael Erzen (artbot), & Eric Leonardson (springboard)

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies - 1:30 - 3:15 p.m.
Radisson Hotel
Flagstaff, AZ
Price: Reg. In Advance
Third Session: Borders, Fences, and Immigration Policies Chair: Glenn Weyant (Anta Project) Riley Merline (University of Arizona), “A Century of Border Fence Construction and Community Transformation: Ambos Nogales, 1898-1998” Prescott Vandervoet (University of Arizona), “Los peligros del desierto: víboras, alacranes, y coyotes” Larman C. Wilson (American University, Emeritus), “The Death of the Senate’s 2007 Immigration Reform Bill: A Post Mortem” Glenn Weyant (Anta Project), “A Look at the Transformation and Deconstruction of the United State Border Wall in Nogales, Arizona, Symbolically, Metaphorically and Literally via Art and Educational Narrative”

Friday, February 8th, 2008

The 4th ANNUAL ARIZONA CULTURAL FORUM 2008, presented by Chamber Music PLUS SW - 10 am – 12:15 pm
13701 East Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, AZ
Price: FREE
I'll be performing on Friday BUT check out the whole list of events. Probably one of the more interesting things going on in Tucson that weekend. Friday, February 8, 2008, 9:30 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Free Admission Venue-AZ SENIOR ACADEMY -13701 E.Old Spanish Tr. 9:30-10 a.m.-Meet & Greet 10:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m.-Performance: A Transharmonic Exploration In Multitonal Omnivibrationalism, Glenn Weyant Tucson based sound sculptor Glenn Weyant will present and perform with The Kestrel 920, a sound transmorgifier of his own design. Calibrated to amplify and exploit the nano and overt vibrations created through percussive blows, bowing, electromagnetic fields and assorted manipulation, the heart of Kestrel 920 is a segment of found lumber that has been hollowed to create a resonation chamber for the mounting of a contact microphone. The lumber has been strategically mounted with found objects mostly including: a tuned dust pan, a deconstructed satellite dish mount, assorted screws, a bicycle hub, nails, bungee cords, wires and springs. During a question and answer period Weyant will discuss his ideas about new instrument design, construction and performance techniques, development of communication with personalized sonic languages, non-linear group interaction and full-body listening. 11:00 a.m.- 11:45 a.m. Talk: Amplification and the Human Ear, Daniel R. Boone, Ph.D. Daniel R. Boone, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus of the University of Arizona, will talk about hearing amplification and continuous noise exposure appear to be taking a toll on our ability to listen. A growing portion of our listening audience have hearing impairment, and many of them with normal hearing have forgotten how to listen. We take a look at the normal ear and the physiology of how we hear, appreciating the effects on normal hearing from aging and disease. We consider the differences in listening to coded and uncoded hearing in listening to both music and speech. We consider the impact of self-hearing on our ability to perform instrumentally, in our singing, and in our ability to speak. 12:00 p.m.- 12:40 p.m. Performance: Steven Romaniello will perform on the Theremin. Originally, the theremin was intended to replace entire orchestras with its "music from the ether." While that never quite happened, it has been used in many recordings over the years. During the 60's and 70's, bands such as Lothar and the Hand People, the Bonzo Doo Dah Dog Band, and Led Zeppelin brought the theremin into the public eye for a short time. Then, the theremin slipped back into obscurity until the recent revival of the 1990s. Today, lots of bands use theremins, though few in a musical context. 12:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m EXTRA Special Events @ The Westward Look Resort State of the Art surround sound recordings by Dr. Mark Waldrep of AIX Records, demonstrated on complete, highest quality, state of the art surround sound equipment for your home. The room will be set up with highest quality, full range speakers, in precise 5.1 surround array around audience seating to demonstrate maximal reproduction of surround field recording and reproduction for human perception. Canyon Room: McIntosh Electronics, driving the outstanding McIntosh XRT1K tower array speakers. Demonstrated courtesy of L&M Home Entertainment Saturday, February 9, 2008, 3:00 p.m.-5 p.m. Tickets $30 Venue- Berger Performing Arts Ctr. - 1200 W Speedway Blvd. Event is part of Rhythms of LIFE series and seating is limited 3:00 p.m.-Talk/Demo Dr. Mark Waldrep: HD Surround Sound Delivery: Getting Inside A Music Performance The arrival of new high definition, surround music delivery schemes on DVDs and through HD download services offers a new opportunity for music listeners to experience their favorite compositions...from the inside and up close. Imagine a chamber ensemble or soloist coming to your home to perform a private concert for you and group of your closest friends. That’s the experience that AIX Records delivers through their unique recording techniques and use of state-of-the-art technologies. This presentation will discuss and demonstrate some of AIX Records’ award-winning music recordings and the philosophy behind them. Dr. Waldrep, founder and chief engineer of AIX and, brings decades of experience making recordings to the exciting world of HD Surround Sound. 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.- Robert Picardo stars in A Beautiful Deception: From Impressionism to Surrealism; Plus a rare showing of of the surrealist short film ‘Entr’acte’ (1924) by director René Clair – the very first film with a dedicated original score composed by Satie- with a live piano performance. Music for solo piano and piano four hands will be performed by Lyova Rosanoff and Sanda Schuldmann. 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m EXTRA Special Events @ The Westward Look Resort State of the Art surround sound recordings by Dr. Mark Waldrep of AIX Records, demonstrated on complete, highest quality, state of the art surround sound equipment for your home. The room will be set up with highest quality, full range speakers, in precise 5.1 surround array around audience seating to demonstrate maximal reproduction of surround field recording and reproduction for human perception. Canyon Room: McIntosh Electronics, driving the outstanding McIntosh XRT1K tower array speakers. Demonstrated courtesy of L&M Home Entertainment Sunday, February 10, 2008, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Free Admission Venue: AZ SENIOR ACADEMY -13701 E.Old Spanish Tr. 12:30 p.m.-1 p.m.-Meet & Greet 1 p.m--3:00 p.m. PERFORMANCE: PLUTO DÉJÀ VU, a new play by Harry Clark, staged reading I have been here before, But when or how I cannot tell Dante Gabriel Rossetti The work explores memory with seven members of a book club. Directed by Cynthia Meier, with well-known regional actors including Chuck Rankin, Lesley Abrams, Alida Gunn & Joe McGrath. 3:15 p.m--4:00 p.m- TALK: Memory: The Latest in Brain Science 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m EXTRA Special Events @ The Westward Look Resort State of the Art surround sound recordings by Dr. Mark Waldrep of AIX Records, demonstrated on complete, highest quality, state of the art surround sound equipment for your home. The room will be set up with highest quality, full range speakers, in precise 5.1 surround array around audience seating to demonstrate maximal reproduction of surround field recording and reproduction for human perception. Canyon Room: McIntosh Electronics, driving the outstanding McIntosh XRT1K tower array speakers. Demonstrated courtesy of L&M Home Entertainment

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Growing Tennessee: Rural Youth Cultivate Common Ground - Opening Sept. 30, 2-4 p.m.
1200 Main Street
Humboldt, TN 38343
(731) 784-1787
Price: NADA
From September 30 through October 31: The Anta Project will serve as a sound installation to accompany an exhibit of photographs of daily life taken by the children of immigrant and rural farm workers curated by Jane Crowe.

Friday, August 31st, 2007

Growing Tennessee: Tennessee Rural Youth Cultivate Common Ground - Every weekend NOW -> Aug. 31
317 North Gay St.
Knoxville, TN 37917
(865) 595-4401
Price: ZIP
From July through August: The Anta Project will serve as a sound installation to accompany an exhibit of photographs of daily life taken by the children of immigrant and rural farm workers curated by Jane Crowe.

Friday, June 1st, 2007

University of California: Merced
All The World's An Instrument: Play It --- NOW - 10:30 am
Willow Conference Rm 322, Classroom Bldg., 3rd Flr.
Merced, CA
(209) 228-7742
Price: Free
With a methodology rooted in his experiences transforming the U.S./Mexico border into an electro-acoustic instrument, Tucson-based sound sculptor Glenn Weyant will use images, sounds and words to explore what happens when culturally symbolic or metaphorical objects are chosen as instruments and how this approach can engage the passive listener with an organic line of questioning, leading to a deeper awareness of issues beyond the sounds themselves.

Friday, March 30th, 2007

Grass Roots Avant-Garde: The Instrument IS the Message" - 11 am
Spencer Art Museum Auditorium
Lawrence, KS
Price: Free
The Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Jazz Studies Colloquium

Monday, November 13th, 2006

Playing The Wall: Reinventing The US/Mexico Border As An Electro-Acoustic Instrument - 7:30 pm
Liberal Arts 135 (Building # 18)
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
(928) 523-2361
Price: Free
Via sound, image and discussion, Tucson-based sound sculptor Glenn Weyant will take listeners on a journey into The Anta Project.

Thursday, November 9th, 2006

Playing The Wall: Reinventing The US/Mexico Border As An Electro-Acoustic Instrument - 4:30 pm
Social Sciences Bldg., Rm 229
Tempe, AZ 85287-2402
Price: Free
Via sound, image and discussion, Tucson-based sound sculptor Glenn Weyant will take listeners on a journey into The Anta Project.