Top Five: April 19, 2018

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UPCOMING EVENTS

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Friday,  4.20.18

Opening

Narrative Offerings 2018

Friday,  4.20.18   |   6–9 pm
"This show offers portals and springboards into other worlds and states of being through mostly figurative representations. These artists are telling stories that can help describe our cultural narratives and collective realities. Artists include Alejandra Almuelle, Jolea Arcidiacono, Susan Bell, Carl, Block, Max Butler, Pat Johnson, Ty Johnson, Billy Ray Mangham, Yana Payusova, James, Tisdale, Jamie Lea Wade, Jess Wade, and Karen Woodward."
San Angelo  |  Gallery Verde

Saturday,  4.21.18

Opening

Zach Morriss: Interiorscapes

Saturday,  4.21.18   |   6–9 pm
"Texas artist Zach Morriss will present a solo show centered around themes of decoration and technology. Through paintings and sculptural works, Morriss offers unique perspectives of quasi landscapes and interior scenes."
Lubbock  |  5 & J Gallery

Monday,  4.23.18

Wednesday,  4.25.18

On View

Stephen Marc

Wednesday,  4.25.18   |   10 am – 5 pm
"Stephen Marc is a Professor of Art at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. His current documentary work is an ongoing project to create an extensive photographic interpretation of American identity and sense of place."

Friday,  5.4.18

Min Kim Park: Label Green

March 28 through April 22, 2018
"Min Kim Park is an Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts (Photography) at the Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts at Purdue University. Her work investigates the notion of the millennium feminist artistic practice from the perspective of an Asian Immigrant artist with a journalist background."

Narrative Offerings 2018

April 20 through 23, 2018
"This show offers portals and springboards into other worlds and states of being through mostly figurative representations. These artists are telling stories that can help describe our cultural narratives and collective realities. Artists include Alejandra Almuelle, Jolea Arcidiacono, Susan Bell, Carl, Block, Max Butler, Pat Johnson, Ty Johnson, Billy Ray Mangham, Yana Payusova, James, Tisdale, Jamie Lea Wade, Jess Wade, and Karen Woodward."
San Angelo |  Gallery Verde

Matt Kleberg: Warp and Weft

February 17 through May 12, 2018
"Matt Kleberg creates intriguing and ironic visual works by drawing inspiration from architectural facades, textile designs, altars, and modernist paintings. Lines become stripes, stripes become panels, and rhythmic panels become settings—a simple, direct, yet impactful approach."
Albany |  Old Jail Art Center

Lily Cox-Richard: Sculptures the Size of Hailstones

February 17 through May 12, 2018
Lily Cox-Richard's works "focus on systems and networks that exist all around us, yet often go unnoticed-the electrical wiring and plumbing between walls, the sprawling mycelium of fungus underfoot, and the goods created by cottage industries. She often transforms these systems into art, asserting their strength in formal terms by crafting buckets into columns, pallets into plinths, and baskets into niches."
Albany |  Old Jail Art Center

1,460 Days of Collecting: Selected Acquisitions Since 2014

February 17 through May 12, 2018
An exhibition featuring works recently acquired by the Old Jail Art Center. Over the past few years, the center has acquired works by David Bates, Ed Blackburn, Dennis Blagg, Vernon Fisher, Randy Twaddle, Joseph Havel, Helen Altman, Otis Jones, James Surls, Gene Owens, Bill Bomar, Kelly Fearing, Cynthia Brants, George Grammer, Bror Utter, and Dickson Reeder, among others.
Albany |  Old Jail Art Center

Momoyo Torimitsu: Somehow, I Don't Feel Comfortable

April 5 through May 20, 2018
"Momoyo Torimitsu’s Somehow, I Don’t Feel Comfortable features two giant, smiling pink bunnies facing off and pitching forward within a confined space. Known for addressing social issues, Torimitsu cramps the adorable bunnies into tight spaces to communicate her displeasure for what she calls “the cuteness syndrome” propagated by her native country, Japan’s Hello Kitty culture."

44 Artists from Texas

April 6 through May 26, 2018
44 Artists from Texas is a three-part exhibition celebrating the diversity of artists living and working in Texas.Artists in the first part include: Heather Bause Jeffie Brewer Jerry Cabrera John Chinn Alicia Eggert and Mike Fleming Jon Flaming Susan Kae Grant Cindi Holt Bradley Kerl Nancy Lamb Ruben Nieto Jeff Parrott Denise Prince Erica Stephens Charlotte Smith
Lubbock |  LHUCA

Nancy Macko: The Fragile Bee

April 7 through July 8, 2018
An exhibition featuring photographs, prints, and a mixed-media installation by artist Nancy Macko. The pieces in the show are meant to inform the public about the plight of bees and raise awareness about humanity's interdependent relationship with them.
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