Friday, April 16, 2010
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Its that time of year again. Primary Colours in their sophomore round of Installation Nation. I was intrigued last year but hoping to see what they can do this time around. I hope for a bigger and better event this time. If you want to participate, now is your chance to apply. See the following information to see how.
MANIFEST GALLERY, Cincinnati
Well, on occasion we like to alert out readers of shows outside of Indy that are interesting in their own right and/or involving some local art talent. I have been keeping up with the Cincinnati gallery, Manifest for awhile now. They have shown some Indy artists on occasion and have an interesting lineup of exhibitions. Tonight opens a couple shows there, one of which will include one Emily Schnellbacher. Below is the info from the press release. While it may be last minute notice, those of you who happen to be in the Cincinnati region, for art, friends, IKEA, whatever, I think you should check out this gallery.
Indianapolis Artist Emily Schnellbacher
Featured in “Rites of Passage” Exhibit in Cincinnati
6th Annual RITES OF PASSAGE
April 16 - May 14, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, April 16, 6-9 p.m.
Manifest: 2727 Woodburn Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio 45206
RITES OF PASSAGE curated by Tim Parsley was conceived and initiated in 2005, The Rites of Passage exhibits were developed in order to support student excellence by offering a public venue for the display of advanced ‘creative research’; to promote young artists as they transition into their professional careers; and to bring the positive creative energies of regional institutions together in one place.
A total of 530 works were submitted by 90 artists. Out of these, a set of 131 semi-fi nalist works were narrowed down to 10. The 2010 Rites of Passage exhibit features these ten works by eight artists from 7 schools in 5 different states.
The exhibit will include works of painting, photography, drawing, and mixed media by: Leigh Bornhorst (Senior, Miami University - Oxford), Jase Flannery (2009 Gradaute, Ohio State University), John Grgas (Junior, University of Cincinnati), James Linkous (Senior, Austin Peay State University), Stacia McKeever (Senior, Western Illinois University), Abigail McLaurin (2009 Graduate, Coker College - South Carolina), Aidan Schapera (2009 Graduate, University of Cincinnati), and Emily Schnellbacher (Senior, Herron School of Art and Design).
STUTZ ARTIST OPEN HOUSE
Before I forget, I thought I remind everyone of the upcoming Stutz Artist Open House that opens next weekend. From the press release: