THE MAC // OCT14 // 7-11PM
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The MAC and The Cedars Union  
Are Pleased to Present

Bring Your Own Beamer Cedars
a One-Night-Only Event
and Fundraiser for Harvey Arts Recovery Fund
Saturday, October 14, 7-11PM

The MAC and The Cedars Union are pleased to present Dallas' first adaptation of
Bring Your Own Beamer
Cedars (BYOB) on Saturday, October 14, 7-11PM. This one-night-only outdoor exhibition invites artists and
creators of all disciplines to bring their own projector (often referred to as a "beamer" in Europe) and

media player and cast visual content onto the walls of buildings throughout the Cedars, showcasing
the vibrant arts community and walkability of the historic neighborhood. BYOB Cedars consists of an
open call to the public and an exhibition of time-based works by Chuck & George, Adam Fung, Julie
Libersat, Sean P. Miller, Kris Pierce, Carolyn Sortor, Alison Starr, Fabiola Valenzuela, among others, and

a performance organized by Dallas Ambient Music Nights from 8-10:30PM.

Participate or observe - everyone is invited! Those interested in participating need only bring a projector

of any kind (LED, LCD, mini, overhead, slide carousel, homemade, etc.), media player, and their
time-based artwork - something old, or new, or experimental. Participants are encouraged to arrive
anytime between 7-10PM, and may check in at The MAC or The Cedars Union where they will be

directed to an available location. Maps will be available at any participating venue.

Venues include The MAC, The Cedars Union, and various locations in between.

In support of artists and arts organizations affected by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, The MAC

and The Cedars Union will collect donations to benefit the Harvey Arts Recovery Fund.

Harvey Arts Recovery Fund was launched by not-for-profit organizations dedicated to serving the

Greater Houston arts and cultural sector. The Fund will provide aid to individual artists who suffered
personal and professional losses during Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed, as well
as financially assist small and mid-sized arts and cultural organizations rebuilding after Harvey.
More  info at

, an open-source idea initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal in Berlin, is an exploration of the medium of
projection. According to its website, "BYOB is a celebration of the new world we live in and a glimpse

of what computing could look like in the future. Today the internet is confined to screens. Tomorrow
information will surround us, composing our surfaces, defining our spaces, enmeshing itself with the ether.
A moving image is never an object, and when it is coupled with the increased flexibility of portable
projection, the realm of experience quickly expands." Since its first iteration, this exhibition has been

held worldwide. Find out more here:

Bring Your Own Beamer Cedars
Sat, Oct 14, 7-11PM
Dallas Ambient Music Nights performance 8-10:30PM

The Cedars Union
1201 South Ervay Street

1601 South Ervay Street
Entrance at 1600 Gano Street

Getting to the Cedars
The Cedars is located just blocks from the heart of Downtown Dallas south of I-30. By car the Cedars is
connected to the metroplex from major arteries: I-30, US-75, I-45, and I-35. The neighborhood is easily
accessible by DART lightrail and bus.

DART Cedars Station is just over a quarter mile away from all participating locations along South Ervay

Street parking available throughout the neighborhood.
1601 South Ervay Street Dallas, TX 75215
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