Sunday, August 25, 2013

Coming Sept 7th: "Edgy and Goofy"

Mark your calendars!  September 7th is the opening for Amy Edgington and Byron Werner's collision of cut-ups show titled "Edgy and Goofy."

"Coming Out of Her Shell" by Amy Edgington

Amy is a whiz with scissors and a fun punster.  She loves dinosaurs and household objects.  Her collages are collected by the most discerning squirrels, cows and other lovers of fine art.

Dr. Timothy Leary by Byron Werner

Byron builds meticulous mandalas and portraits of cultural icons from layered punched and cut papers and foils. He is also half of Rural War Room, the coiner of Space Age Bachelor Pad Music, and an avid experimenter in life. 

Join us on Saturday, September 7th, from 6 to 9pm.  Free and open to all.  

Rural War Room will be laying down the zounds.

The show will remain through October 19th.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Call For Entries: Dia de los Muertos

Summer's still here, but not for long.  It's time to start creating art for Gallery 360's second annual Dia de los Muertos exhibit.

All media is to be considered.  Paintings, drawings, sculptures, altars - anything tweaking yet honoring the dead is welcome.

Send pictures of your entries to audiolingo at gmail dot com and include dimensions.  Or call us to let us know what you're working on.  

The Day of the Dead is November 1st. DEADline for entries is October 25th.  Help us spread the word.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Music, Art, Friends

Western Meds w/ Rod Bryan will be laying down some sound this afternoon at the gallery.  Some members of the LR drum circle will be dropping by as well.  You should, too.

Music starts around 2.

On the off chance the parking lot fills up, you can park just south of the gallery in Vestcom's lot.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Regrets and Updates

I have to apologize for ignoring our blog.  Gallery 360 has been on a bit of a hiatus of late.  Things I have posted have mainly gone to our Facebook page, but even those have been spotty.  Here's one of those posts that kinda brings us up to date: 

Where Things Stand

I'm afraid there aren't enough activist and anarchist artists out there to pull off the summer show I envisioned. Maybe you're all traveling or chilling or, hopefully, too busy creating to bother showing. That's okay. The offer still stands. Our walls await. 

The call for recycled and repurposed art still stands, but the show will be postponed until next year. Our next formal show will feature The Ineffables: Amy Edgington and Byron Werner. This is one we've been eagerly awaiting for a long time. Opening date will be September 7th. We're also sending out an early call for entries for our 2nd annual Dia de los Muertos show in late October through November, so get to work, folks.

But don't think we're sleeping until then. One particular activist, Rod Bryan, will be performing here in Western Meds mode on Sunday, August 11th.  And other stuff is bound to arise. If you have any ideas for events, call or write. 

We still have a healthy dose of Angela Davis Johnson's dream on display, plus some other stuff, so come on by.  - Jay