Will Eskridge, Knight of Words (2011) Interior & exterior view of illuminated wooden diorama box with found objects (loaned from the collection of Jessica & Jordan Rothacker)
Friday, Sept. 30 / 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Friday, Oct. 14 / 8:00 - 9:30 pmSerson Brannen: Subliminator
EP release event with KillickDoors Open 7:30
$6 Suggested Donation
(but no one turned away).Tuesday, Oct 25th
Picasso's 130th Birthday Celebrate with a Spanish inspired meal
at our new around-the-corner neighbor!
$35 Tapas & Wine w/$5 to ATHICA
Dining from 5:30 - 9:00 PM ATHICA viewing 6:00 - 9:00 PMVisit Heirloom site for details.
Friday, Nov. 4th - 8:00 - 9:30 pm
Doors Open 7:30
$6 Suggested Donation (but no one turned away).
Renowned Beat-Era feminist poet & performance artist will read works resulting from collaborations with visual artists.Two short videos made in collaboration with spouse Ed Bowe will also be shown.
A LA CARTE &
Thank You In-Kind Sponsor:
Sunday, Nov. 6th
1:00 - 6:00 pm
1:00 - 3:00 Kid's event:
Secrets & Mysteries4:00 / Who Dunnit Award
to Julie Philips
Artists' Panel: moderated by Artistic Director Lizzie Zucker Saltz.
5:00 / Deejay D:RC - aka exhibiting artist Darcy Reenis-perfroms
5:30 / Reception with refreshments by:
|Friday, September 30th, 2011
- Sunday, November 6th, 2011
6 artists from the ATHICA Mystery Triennial
Curator: YOU the People & The ATHICA Board
|Rebecca Brantley, Pretty Pretty #1 (2011)
painted wood panel, from the Pretty, Pretty> series
(loaned from the collection of Melanie Reynolds)
|Cindy Jerrell, Crooked Fellow
(2010), xerox, paint, wood, mixed-media, (loaned from the collection of
Linda Henneman & Mitch Rothstein)
exhibit showcases recent artworks and site-specific installations by
local artists who were selected from the 124 artists who generously donated artworks to the ATHICA Mystery Triennial.
From left to right:
Cindy Jerrell, Child with Blurry Face Man and House (2011), digital archival print;
Jorie Berman, Ellora (2005), ceramic sculptures, projected 35mm slide, wood shelf. (Thank you to designer Jay Nackashi!)
Rebecca Brantley was selected by People’s Choice ballots cast throughout
the ATHICA Mystery Triennial exhibition.
From left to right:
Darcy Reenis, Today was a Good Day (2011), digital archival print; Missy Kulik, laser cut wooden pull toy (2011); Darcy Reenis, E Stands for Everything (2011), digital archival print.
Our other five artists were selected by the ATHICA Mystery Triennial
Exhibition Committee, ATHICA Board Members with two exceptions.
Artworks from the ATHICA Mystery Triennial by five of the Selections artists were kept for this exhibit, and are being displayed alongside their other works, often in exactly the same place they were hung before, or very close by.
Thank you to the collectors who loaned us these works.
People's Choice Winner:
Board Choice Winners:
Thank you to: