The focus for Voices 11 is to bridge the gallery with the streets, highlighting a once subversive art movement, and a unique set of artists—artists that want to speak to and engage with others; artists that want to make a statement and have the viewer bring their own experiences to the interpretation and understanding of their work.
Graffiti and street art are closely related contemporary art movements; however, they differ in terms of technique, function and intent. Street art adorns the urban landscape, and stretches the mind. It is additive, not destructive. It is about the viewer, the community and asks “have you thought about this?”. Street art demands skill, talent, passion and ingenuity.
Events run through October 2, 2015.
An art extravaganza of all kinds. Visual. Musical. Culinary. Performance. Culture. $10.
With special guest speaker, Steve Grody presentation
Music by Chicago based hip hop artist, Phenom.
A live, timed painting competition that sets teams of artists in the spotlight. Teams of college students group, and teams of professional artists will compete for two $1000 prizes.
Djembe Dunun West African Drum Workshop with Helen Bond, $75 preregistration requested
Preview Reception $10.
The Ruby Blonde Band
We offer this exhibition and much of our programming free to the public
because of the generous support of local businesses and donors.
Thursday - SaturdayOpen in the evening.
Check events for details.
Open September/October 2015
Hours to be posted soon.
Free! - During Gallery Hours
$10 - Opening Night
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stipends, construction supplies and other expenses.
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