Craft and the Uncanny: Mandy Cano Villalobos’ “Part of Me” at 337 Project Space

“Through meticulously executed pieces, the artist explores physical labor as both a meditative ritual and a futile exploit.”

Flex Gallery and the Work of Rachel McKay

By Zachary Johnson In response to a lack of public art opportunities during winter, on January 11th, I launched Flex Gallery, a mobile public art space located on my left arm. For the project, I sent canvas armbands to six artists, requesting they turn them into artworks. Each artist works in a wide variety of … Continue reading

Noble Experiments: An Interview with Kate Lewis of Neighbor Gallery

“I wanted to do something meaningful with my opportunity to curate this space. I set out to create an example of what a diverse art show would look like, and this project helped me to achieve that vision.”

Actor’s Theater Presents “Rapture Blister Burn”

“We all have personal mythologies we cherish. The people we love go along with them but understand they are never going to happen.”

Seriality in the Archive: Works by Jeff Kraus and Chris Cox

Whether the archive reignites an old vision, or fuels an unanticipated new direction, its purpose is fulfilled when the work returns to life.

Learn ‘How to Play Guitar’ at 337 Project Space

The… lines between musician, writer, photographer, painter, sculptor… don’t hold their shape here.

Cabaret Duimstra: Construct at 337 Project Space

337 Project Space features an exhibition highly reminiscent of Dada art, 100 years after the establishment of the movement in Zurich

“Process/Result” Opening at 337 Project Space

“Process/Result” is the second show at 337 Project Space, Tom Duimstra’s recently-opened art venue. The opening is scheduled for 6-9PM Friday, November 6, to coincide with Avenue of the Arts First Friday. Visitors during this time can enjoy a live performance of electric cello music by Russell Gorton.

Watching You Watch Art: Gallery Guard Reflections

What would galleries and museums look like if we were truly trying to be accessible to everyone, all year long? What would our community look like if we didn’t wait for ArtPrize to actively invite everyone into our spaces, make them welcome, and provide educational opportunities for them to take the next step in engaging with the art offered? What do we need to do in both design and marketing to make this possible?

Nosh is Nice: Grub-Inspired Art Featured at Glitter Milk Gallery

“Everybody has something they love to digest! We want to celebrate the stuff that helps keep us alive!” Food is part of the universal human experience, rife with personal, political and cultural significance. It engages all the senses, and has the uncanny ability to tap into our psyche. Unlike sight or sound, taste and smell … Continue reading