Each art piece at Creative 360’s Multiplicity exhibit tells a unique story and are connected by the love of a mother and her daughters. Local artists Carol Speltz of Bay City, Alayne Speltz of Luddington and Chandra Jewell of Midland collaborated for the first time to present 59 pieces that are near and dear to their hearts.… Read More
The Bridge Art Gallery is celebrating the Indian holiday of Holi with its exhibition next week, appropriately titled “Holi,” on Saturday, March 27, from 3 to 7 p.m. Holi is the Indian Festival of Colors and Spring.
The opening reception will be hosted by Nupur Nishith, who has assembled the exhibitions roster of artists: Bithika Adhikary (IG: @bithikaa), Hema Bharadwaj (IG: @hema_a_bhadwaj), Janhavi Firke (IG: @crafteffectnj), Vikash Jha (IG: @vikashjhastudios), Parvathi Kumar (IG: @parvathi_kumar_photography), Alpana Mittal “Tejaswini” (IG:@tejaswini.ap), and Shourabh Mukherji (IG: @themoderncubist).
There is limited capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. Masks are required. Tickets are free but available at 30 minute timeslots. You can register at eventbrite.com/e/holi-art-exhibition-opening-reception-tickets-146415244939?aff=ebdssbdestsearch. The Bridge Art Gallery is located at 199 Broadway, Bayonne.
The Bridge Art Gallery is also partnered with the Jersey City Arts Council in The Antenna Grant for Women in the Arts, which offers financial support and mentorship for young women
The Duneland Photography Club, a group of photography enthusiasts from across Northwest Indiana, is exhibiting a group show titled “Seasons Change and So Did I” at the Chesterton Art Center in downtown Chesterton this month.
The title comes from the song “No Time” by The Guess Who.
“It depicts moving on from someone or something. This past year we have been dealing with the coronavirus that has affected us all in some way,” the Chesterton Art Center said in a press release. “So, this theme
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DUNCAN, British Columbia, Feb. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Photographer and owner of Polaris Creative, and outspoken disability advocate Jules Sherred has kicked off a crowdfunding initiative and a call for participants launching March 1st to help the initial stages of the Cowichan Valley Disability, Culture and Food Through Art Exhibit, a unique photography and video exhibit that will help raise awareness to the barriers disabled people face in accessing food and promote advocacy from local producers.
Many people are unaware of the fact that one in every five Canadians are disabled and the biggest barriers they face surrounds food. Not just in the ability to prepare it, but gaining access to healthy ingredients. These barriers often intersect with other areas of marginalization such as ethnicity, sexuality, and gender identity.
As the Kickstarter page