IN THE GALLERY
a brief lull
May 5-6, 2016
video/installation work by Tiona McClodden (Center for Afrofuturist Studies artist-in-residence)
May 14-28, 2016
The Search for the Familiar: Portraits by Allen TenBusschen
...not without breaking it... a collaborative installation of music and visual art by Joshua Marquez (composer) and Dana O’Malley (visual artist)
...not without breaking it... investigates our perceptions and relationship to global climate change, in particular, the retreat of Earth's glaciers. A combination of ice shattering, snow crunching, and glass breaking create the soundscape. A landscape is built from an amalgamation of broken parts, preserved in uncertainty.
Distance Learning -- Josh Johnson
ABOUT THE GALLERY
We have hosted more than 100 individual and group exhibitions since 2009 with a non-commercial, installation-based mentality. We have a gallery team who meets regularly to plan art shows and programs. We aim to be a venue for innovative, experimental, and challenging contemporary art, often favoring the process over a packaged presentation.
The gallery team is open to anyone who is interested and willing to commit to participation in this group process. Email email@example.com to find out when the next meeting is (we usually meet every two weeks).
We openly accept proposals for exhibitions, workshops, and art happenings. If you have an idea, we welcome written proposals, digital images or web links, or joining us at a meeting. We are especially interested in helping others develop and lead workshops and participatory projects. There is no formula for application, only interest in utilizing the space, engaging with the community, and making the most of your time here.