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The Tunnels of Pueblo
6:30 PM18:30

The Tunnels of Pueblo

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The first presentation SOLD OUT in just a few days. We have added a second date on April 26, 2018. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the presentation begins at 7:00 pm.

Join me for a special presentation on the "Tunnels of Pueblo' at The Clink Lounge at the Station on The Riverwalk . Reservations required. $5 cover. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Reserve by calling 719-569-7904 or e-mail Reserve@TheClinkLounge.com

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Strung (Out) | An Evening of Improvised String Music
7:00 PM19:00

Strung (Out) | An Evening of Improvised String Music

Kyle Motl (photo by Jorge Rubiera)

Strung (Out) | An Evening of Improvised String Music

Sunday March 20, 2016 | 7:00 PM | Kadoya Gallery | 119 Central Plaza | Pueblo Colorado

Join us on Sunday, March 20 for Strung (Out) | An Evening of Improvised String Music featuring talent from San Diego and Pueblo. The artists featured include the Borden/Motl Duo of San Diego (T.J. Borden - cello and Kyle Motl - contrabass) and Los Dos of Pueblo (Susan Wolf - cello and Bob Marsh - cello). 

All the Above Low End Quartet...featuring all the above.

About Kyle Motl & T.J. Borden

Improvised music for cello and contrabass where rapidly shifting textures give way to a post-Lutoslawskian melodicism tempered with a fondness for harsh noise. Touring in support of their upcoming duo release.


Kyle Motl | kylemotl.com

Kyle Motl is a bassist, composer, and improviser. Active in a variety of ensembles and settings, Kyle’s work crosses the boundaries between idioms as wide as free jazz, contemporary concert music, and extreme metal. Current interests include extended harmonic techniques for solo bass improvisation, electroacoustic performance with live electronics and improvising software, modular compositional schemes, recursive and generative structuring, and exploration of complex sonic spectra.

Current projects include ongoing musical relationships with the Abbey Rader Quartet and Peter Kuhn Trio, as well as duos with Drew Ceccato and TJ Borden. The Kyle Motl Trio, featuring Kjell Nordeson and Tobin Chodos is a collaborative platform for new compositions weaving complex structures together with free improvisation. Kyle has performed alongside artists including Anthony Davis, Kidd Jordan, Mary Halvorson, Wadada Leo Smith, Mark Dresser, and John Lindberg, among others.Kyle holds a BM from Florida Atlantic University and an MM from Florida International University. He is currently pursuing a DMA at UC San Diego, where he studies bass with Mark Dresser.

T.J. Borden | tylerjborden.com

Hailed for his "technically polished playing" as well as an "endless amount of musical knowledge and creativity", T.J. Borden is a rising force in the experimental music landscape. T.J. has performed with many contemporary music luminaries such as the JACK Quartet, the Theater of Eternal Music Brass and String Band, the Slee Sinfonietta, Ensemble Offspring, Tony Conrad, Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky, and Steve McCaffery.  He has performed at XFest in Massachusetts, Soundways New Music Festival in St. Petersburg, June in Buffalo, the New Media Art and Sound Summit in Austin, and the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival.  His performance of Witold Lutoslawski's "Cello Concerto" with the University at Buffalo Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Daniel Bassin was praised for how he "mastered the works intricacies with elegant grace."  Currently, T.J. is a member of the [Switch~ Ensemble], a group dedicated to the performance of works that incorporate multimedia into live performance and is looking forward to performing with them at the VIPA Festival in Valencia, Spain this summer.

As an improviser, T.J. has toured throughout Europe and North America and his improvisations are included in Guggenheim Fellow Kasumi's film "Shockwaves".  He is particularly committed to working directly with composers and has worked with several established composers such as Brian Ferneyhough, La Monte Young, and Alvin Lucier as well as many younger composers, which is a priority for him.  As a creative force, Tyler has been commissioned to write and perform by a variety of entities, including the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Hochstein Alumni Orchestra, and hammered dulcimer virtuoso Mitzie Collins.


“...unbelievable to watch and listen to. This is a guy to watch.” - NBC San Diego on Kyle Motl

“...you’ve never heard a cello played like this…” - Upstate Soundscape on T.J. Borden

For more information about the performance at Kadoya Gallery, please contact Gregory Howell at TEL 719.320.6315 or by email at admin@kadoyagallery.com. 

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Kadoya Gallery to Launch AFTER HOURS on First Friday Art Walk from 8pm to Midnight
to Oct 7

Kadoya Gallery to Launch AFTER HOURS on First Friday Art Walk from 8pm to Midnight

Join us every First Friday in 2016 for AFTER HOURS from 8pm to Midnight. Kadoya Gallery will feature great exhibitions, music and performance art and refreshments. 

We start the year off on Friday, February 5 with MIDNIGHT EXPOSURE which honors the current show Familiar Convergence which features the photography of Kevin Malella and Bob Benvenuto. 

Come Celebrate. This is Pueblo. Stay for a While.

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Familiar Convergence | Photography by Kevin Malella & Bob Benvenuto
to Feb 7

Familiar Convergence | Photography by Kevin Malella & Bob Benvenuto

Familiar Convergence | Photography by Kevin Malella & Bob Benvenuto

Artists’ Reception | Friday, January 15, 2016 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

First Friday Art Walk | Midnight Exposure | February 5, 2016 | 8:00 pm to Midnight

Refreshments | Wheelchair Accessible | Free Admission

Kadoya Gallery is pleased to present Familiar Convergence featuring the photography of Bob Benvenuto and Kevin Malella from January 15 to February 7, 2016. The Opening Night and Artists’ Reception is on Friday, January 15, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm and is open to the general public. This powerful collaboration by Benvenuto and Malella is the first exhibition in the Gallery’s 2016 schedule which promises to be an exciting year filled with experiential installations and shows that offer heightened viewer engagement. Benvenuto and Malella, through their respective works, are both attempting to visually articulate a conversation between our world and their audience. They pay close attention to the subtle details around us that need voice in a fragile tipping point of our culture and relations to the world, be it social or environmental. These works attempt, not in vein, but with hope, to reconcile the disquiet and calmness of our current times.

According to the artists, the vast world around us is full of beauty, harmony, distinctness, dissonance, chaos, creation, destruction, and contradiction. These qualities cannot exist all at the same time in any given place, but many do. It is one of many ways our world remains diverse and can evoke emotions or states of happiness, sorrow, surprise, awe, anger, indifference, and sometimes the sublime. With Human's widespread utilization of the Earth's surface and core, the relationships between natural and unnatural components are becoming more and more complex. Human interspecies interaction has become more electronic and less personal, but also more universal, and our ability to unify across the globe is commonplace; yet one cannot help but feel a level of isolation in this techno-sociological shift.

Bob Benvenuto and Kevin Malella are committed to visualizing the odd, yet entirely familiar, relationships and juxtapositions of converging elements; noting conversations that occur when people, places, the natural, and artificial meet in time. Benvenuto's constructed images are surreal depictions of our world of appearances, seen through a veil of perceptive conjecture and contrivance. By placing environments, objects, and people in an orchestrated context, Benvenuto evokes a personal and reflective narrative. His images are peculiar and often artificial, but they are not illusions. Similarly, yet distinct, Malella's photographs examine the harmony or dissonance of Our relationship to the land. He is interested in the marks we make, physically and psychologically, onto our planet and how those alterations shift geological, ecological, and sociological patterns during our tenure. Malella is not only visualizing the effects of human occupancy of Earth, but also succession of nature, despite the destruction we afflict on the landscape through our careless sense of ownership. He finds solace in nature's ability to adapt and reclaim its boundaries, but warns of the time it may take to do so; it is certainly on a geologic scale, rather than a human one.

A special 34-page hardcover Catalogue has been published for this exhibition which includes all the images represented in the show. It will be available for purchase at the Gallery or directly online from the publisher at Zulu.


Gregory Howell | Kadoya Gallery | Owner, Curator & Storyteller | (719) 320-6315 | admin@kadoyagallery.com

Bob Benvenuto | Artist | Web: bobbenvenuto.com

Kevin Malella | Artist | Web: kevinmalella.com

Kadoya Gallery | 119 Central Plaza, Pueblo, CO, 81003 | (719) 320-6315 | kadoyagallery.com

Hours: Wed - Fri | 11 am to 5 pm, Sat & Sun | Noon to 4 pm, Mon & Tue | Closed

Online Catalog: http://www.lulu.com/shop/kadoya-gallery/familiar-convergence/hardcover/product-22499114.html



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Just Paint! | The Exhibitionists | Artists' Reception and Opening Night
5:30 PM17:30

Just Paint! | The Exhibitionists | Artists' Reception and Opening Night

Join us for the Artists' Reception on Friday, November 13, 2015 from 5:30 - 8:30 pm as we celebrate The Exhibitionists for their 2015 show at Kadoya Gallery. The exhibition includes works by Diana LaMorris, Kathleen Murray, Nina Cravens-Fry, June Galaz, Jill M. Starkey, and Brenda Sell celebrating the theme - JUST PAINT! 

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