Sunday, May 7, 2017
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
It’ll be a great, great, beautiful wall.
No, not that wall. That wall is all about exclusion.
We invite you to help us build a wall of inclusion.
Ours will be a wall of art.
We need to cover 100 square feet with solid oddness.
Or beauty. Or madness. Or what have you.
This is an ongoing project that will take 6 to 8 months to complete.
If enough folks come on board, we can extend it to cover an additional 100 square feet.
So, post your bills. Just about any media will fly.
As with last year’s Small Works show, we ask you to limit the size of individual pieces, but multiple works are encouraged. Artwork can be framed or unframed.
Work does not need to be displayed for the entire duration of the project;
we want the wall to change and evolve.
Collage artists are especially invited to participate. Lynn Frost has provided us with many boxes of collage materials collected by our favorite collagist, Amy Edgington, and they are here waiting for your creative use.
When it’s done, we’re going to Tear Down The Wall.
What doesn’t sell (precious little, we hope) will be returned to the artists.
All humans are hereby dubbed artists and all artists are welcome.
Those who wish to fill our smaller, auxiliary walls with 30 day exhibits
are encouraged to submit their work and ideas for those as well.
We’re also open to events, workshops, and pop-up shops.
And don’t forget the Drink & Draws every second Tuesday night.
The wall will not be televised. It will, however, be displayed here.
And all are invited to come by to view its progress and add to it as we go along.
Submit your work to Jay at the gallery or Matthew at Art Outfitters.
Questions? Ask away or call Jay at 993-0012.
Monday, February 20, 2017
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Anyone who would like to play in the Gallery 360 sandbox this year is invited to attend a meet-up on Sunday, February 12.
We’ll be discussing plans to hold more events and go from a six week to a four week cycle for openings. We’ll be inviting artists to avail themselves of the Amy Edgington collage material archive. And we’d like your ideas for art activism. We’re also hoping to enlist upwards of 60 artists to help us grow a show that will start small but end up filling the gallery over a period of 7 months.
Join us if you can. Sunday, 2 PM, at the gallery. (900 S. Rodney Parham Road, just south of Kanis Park.)