MOCA’s “Yesssss!” Gala Raises $2.5M
Bounce produced the Rob Pruitt-directed “Yesssss!” gala for MOCA. Taking place on 4/20, the gala was in part an homage to all that date represents, and in part many other things. Rather than constraining the design to a specific theme, Pruitt decided “that the theme of this gala could be themes — a ‘culture’ or ‘power’ clash of mismatched ideas.” We executed his vision for clashing, mixed ideas, with goats, White Russians, a juice bar, Smokey the Bear, and so much more…
Click here to see our full case study with a photo gallery and many more details.
The event, which raised $2.5 million for the Museum of Contemporary Art, was covered by The LA Times, The New York Times, BizBash, and many more media outlets.
New Pinterest Boards Highlight Bounce Videos
We’ve added a couple new Pinterest boards lately that show off videos from some of our events, plus DVDs and Blu-Ray discs for purchase.
There’s a wide variety of events represented, from our MusiCares Person of the Yearshows on Blu-Ray and DVD to the PBS pledge special The Tenors: Lead With Your Heart.
The videos board features videos from the MOCA galas, the unveiling of Doug Aitken’s MIRROR at the Seattle Art Museum, a CHANEL exhibition in Las Vegas, our broadcast television reel and more!
Check out both boards today and keep looking back, because we’ll continually update them.
Videos of Our Events: http://pinterest.com/bounceaeg/videos-of-our-events/
DVDs and Blu-Ray: http://pinterest.com/bounceaeg/dvds-and-blu-ray/
Bounce Helps Unveil Doug Aitken’s MIRROR at SAM
Last weekend, Bounce helped unveil Doug Aitken’s MIRROR at the Seattle Art Museum.
Here is the release from The Seattle Art Museum:
The Seattle Art Museum invited the general public to the community celebration and unveiling of MIRROR, a permanent art installation for the facade of SAM by artist Doug Aitken that will become a new landmark in downtown Seattle. Permanently sited on the façade of the Seattle Art Museum, MIRROR is an urban earthwork that changes in real time in response to the movements and life around it.
At the Unveiling of MIRROR, guests experienced an unprecedented performance with synchronized choreography of MIRROR in relation to compositions by minimalist composers Steve Reich and Terry Riley.
Doug Aitken – MIRROR HAPPENING from Doug Aitken Workshop on Vimeo.
For more information, please see: http://www.mirrorseattle.org
For coverage by the NY Times, please click here.