With the holidays fast approaching, Third Friday is a great place to find that special gift item that really comes from the heart. Here are a few exhibits you’ll find truly inspiring at the Third Friday Art Walk. More information always available on Artlink’s website.
Within & Out
Ever wonder what your inner monologue sounds like? So did this group of student print makers as they reflected on something a little different. This body of work exposes the sounds in our heads at a variety of stages, not only in process, but in emotional state as well. Make the choice and join the conversation at Modified Arts from 6-10 p.m., located at 407 E. Roosevelt St.
A Show of Hands – Take Two
Due to ongoing construction, the Constance McBride exhibit of figurative sculpture has found a new home at Coe House, located at 365 N. 4th Ave. Swing through and give her a hand as she showcases a new collection of introspective pieces that explore the, “theme of aging in a youth obsessed society.” Doors open from 6-10 p.m.
Coalesce: A City Composed
Megan Jonas (artist) and Jordan Ignacio (musician) collaborate to create a unique view on the city we live in every day. Inspired from on-location interactions and the diversity of everyday life, this exhibit will feature visual and audio elements that will “coalesce” to create a complete concept that allows the viewer/listener to interact with the exhibit. Doors open from 6-10 p.m. at Grand Arthaus, located at 1501 Grand Ave. There will also be a resident artist sale of up to 50% off works from artist such as Lauren Lee, Robert Gentile, Matta Ruda and more.
This installation will feature a variety of found objects and photographs from two strangers. These individuals represent a desire for uncovering the layers of life, much like an onion, each piece is another layer that must be pulled back in order to go deeper. See what the intrigue is all about from 6-10 p.m. at Rhetorical Gallery, located at 408 E. Roosevelt St.
Tiny Works Tiny Dances
9 the Gallery will host dozens of local artists and hundreds of pieces of work that measure no more than 12’’x12’’ and cost no more than $300. Certainly, an ideal exhibit to scope out with the holidays just around the corner. Not only that, this show will feature performances from Conder Dance. Located at 1229 Grand Ave., doors open from 6-10 p.m.
COLLISION – Update
The group exhibit at the Ice House, featuring Eric Cox, Eddie Sparr and Joe Holdren has been cancelled due to a private event. Please plan accordingly.