Art can provide solutions to the challenges we face today. Art can change the world by motivating people to turn thinking into doing. In this exhibition artists lead the way with creative solutions. Passionately Repurposed is an exhibition of artwork created from recycled materials and found objects. Recycling is the reprocessing of materials into something new and includes the actions of reclaiming and altering. A Found Object is a natural or discarded object found by chance and held to have aesthetic value. Artists known for working with found object constructions include Joseph Cornell, Marina DeBris, Marcel Duchamp, Louise Nevelson, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Leo Sewell and Michelle Stitzlein.
Registration Deadline : November 27, 2016
Gallery 104: It’s Nature’s Way
The natural world finds its own balance. It cures and regenerates. In this exhibition artists find solace in nature and reveal her strength for resilience and renewal.
Registration Deadline : October 17, 2016
Gallery 104: Hello Yellow
Color and emotion go hand-in-hand. Bright and sunny or mellow and yellow. Say hello to yellow and decide what you would like the viewer to experience.
Registration Deadline : December 12, 2016
Gallery 104: Maximizing the Minimum
This annual, non-themse exhibition features small-sized artwork with strong visual impact.
Registration Deadline : February 6, 2016
Gallery 104: Music is My Muse
For many artists, music is an inspiration, motivation, and companion. This exhibition reveals the influence of music on the visual arts.