Rulon Brown is a musician and visual artist who creates for stage, gallery and new media. Rulon’s recent work includes a avant-rock CD; a solo album made while traveling North and Central America; multi-media and art installation inspired by the RESTLESS American Dream; an art puzzle with each piece embedded with hidden music and film; a documentary film about the cultural limits of Mormon musical worship; a CD of world-rhythm improv to 19th Century Christian hymns; headlining the Nicaragua International Jazz Festival; and a U.S. State Department sponsored artist residency at a cultural institute in Granada, Nicaragua.

Artist Support Program 2001 (as Nate Brown): Recorded his album Based on Actual Events

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Announcing Summit Sound, a public audio gallery at the Seattle Convention Center

December 19, 2023

Jack Straw is thrilled to announce Summit Sound, an audio gallery at the new Seattle Convention Center Summit Building on Pine St. Summit Sound was envisioned by the SCC Art Program as “an outdoor space where residents and visitors can immerse themselves in one of our region’s revered creative disciplines–sound.” As the new home to […]

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Wooden bench and platform adjacent to a glass and metal building in the background. Speakers mounted on black columns over the bench.

Categories: Art and Heritage Partnerships, Artist Support Program, Writers Program, Youth Education Programs

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