Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10th
One year ago, Julie Harris was diagnosed with bi-lateral breast cancer and was inspired to create a large-scale installation of photo intaglio print objects to reflect the staggering statistics that one in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Warrior Women was created to engage and educate viewers on the impact of this deadly disease, showcasing women who are affected by breast cancer and survivors.
September 5th-October 5th
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 7th
Néstor Armando Gil is a Cuban-American artist born in 1971 in Jacksonville, Florida. He completed a BA in Humanities at New College of Florida, and an MFA in Studio Art at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Nestor has been in residence, delivered artist talks, and exhibited work across the United States and internationally. Néstor is a sculptor, performance artist, and avid baker.
Anxiety Side Show
October 10th-November 2nd
Opening Reception: Saturday, October,12th
Welcome to the beautiful and chaotic world of painter, mixed media artist and performer, Scott Lewis!
Road Maps: Navigating Moments
November 7th-December 7th
Opening Reception: Friday, November 8th
Two separate solo exhibitions featuring: Paintings and Mixed Media Works by Tali Margolin and Heidi Sussman
Every Ghetto, Every City
December 14th- January 4th
Opening Reception: Friday, December 13th
Every Ghetto, Every City examines city life, from corruption to inequality and the communal spirit of perseverance and strength within our urban communities.
January 9th- February 8th
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 11th
“Badlands” is a new series of experimental works created by sculptor Dominic Sansone relying heavily on everyday building materials easily accessible at local hardware stores and found objects.
A collection of pedestal based and free-standing sculpture along with tactile, relief style “paintings”, form the basis for the proposed exhibition which addresses themes of environmental, social, and infrastructural decay in our society.
February 20th-March 15th
Opening Reception: February 22nd
Featuring artists, Olivia Baldwin, Kyle Cottier, Sarah Potter, Elisa Pritzker and Greg Slick, “Collective Expeditions” will include multimedia works and performance that would reveal the deep meanings of long-buried cultures. The purpose of their work is to look back in order to look forward as a dialog about the importance of memory -understanding of the past- and the implications for the future of the community.