On Thursday, November 17th, Gallery 16 hosted you to An Evening With The Color Organist, a gathering comprised of readings, performance and music about color by Bay Area artists, poets, and writers. Hue-listic channeling and musical tonalism conjuring harmonic and connecting energies to move through darkness towards light. The Readers: Alice Shaw, Anne McGuire, Bruno Fazzolari, Caroline Goodwin, Cliff Hengst, Colter Jacobsen, Dodie Bellamy, Jocelyn Saidenberg, Karla Milosevich, Kevin Killian, Laurie Reid, Linda Geary, Margaret Tedesco, Norma Cole, Rebeca Bollinger, Rumi Koshino, and Sydney Cohen The Musicians: Scott Hewicker, Steven Seidenberg, and Wayne Smith Color is defined in our world through contrast and context, harmony and discord, beauty and ugliness, darkness and light, connection and opposition. Yet It is not in the color wheel's constrained binary balance that reflects the truth of our perceptions but in its many tonal blends, layers and degrees that build our own unique perspectives. Color is a sense. Color is a space. Color is a sound. An Evening with the Color Organist was organized by Scott Hewicker. The event was presented in tandem with the artist's two person exhibition, Golden Prizn.