Matt Distel’s smartly curated exhibition, Now Here: Theoretical Landscapes, is a broad
sampling of more than 20 regional artists who mine personal and
universal landscapes to present hypothetical meditations on locations of
space and time.
POP-UP CINCY, a monthly pop-up organization founded by local artist and designer Catherine Richards, invites creative thinkers and makers to participate in the second Concept Camp at an unused storefront in Corryville.
Brazilian multimedia artist Albano
Afonso’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. will also be the first
exhibition co-curated by the Contemporary Arts Center (Steven Matijicio)
and 21c Museum Hotel (Alice Gray Stites), two neighboring arts
institutions with similar missions but different approaches.
At least one new gallery in Brighton will
host its inaugural exhibition Saturday — i.e. Pear Gallery (2159
Central Ave., #8) — and no less than four exhibitions will be on view
along the stretch of Central Avenue between the Ice Cream Factory and
Harmonious Energies, “a community of
metaphysical and holistic healers for body, mind and soul,” hosts an
eight-week series of workshops exploring wisdom of the feminine, with
approaches such as meditation, energy clearing and community building.
Artist/designer Jason Snell’s inaugural installation Good Eggs
at People’s Liberty’s Globe Gallery next month will be the first
tangible assertion of the organization’s progressive approach to
cultivating the work of unconventional creatives.
Final Friday, 1305 hostsReconstructed: New Work by Michael Willett, a solo show of work by Willett, who graduated from DAAP’s MFA program and currently serves as an assistant professor of art at the University of Montevallo in Birmingham, Ala.