Gallery 310 art galleries are for everyone | arts and entertainment – 71Bait

HANNIBAL — Michelle Huseman, a member of Gallery 310, encourages people not to be intimidated by art galleries. “If you see art galleries, don’t be afraid, come in,” she said. Many times when people open the door of their location at 310 N. Main in Hannibal, they close the door and move on when they … Read more

Palm Beach gallery owner Sarah Gavlak has a penchant for works on female artist paper and the color pink. She gave us a glimpse of her collection – 71Bait

Sarah Gavlak has been synonymous with the West Palm Beach, Florida art scene since late 2005, when she opened the island enclave’s first contemporary gallery with a bold exhibition of a young upstart named Wade Guyton. Over the next 17 years, her Palm Beach gallery grew from a bold little space to a bicostal operation … Read more

The National Gallery gets caught up in controversy over decolonization – 71Bait

National Gallery of Canadahandouts What does a decolonized art museum look like? That was the kind of question indigenous curator Greg Hill asked at the National Gallery of Canada when he lost his job last week. He wanted to know what the gallery’s new Indigenous Ways and Decolonization department was doing to actually take Indigenous … Read more

Guide to Local Gallery Exhibitions During Miami Art Week 2022 – 71Bait

CONTINUE READING Your 2022 Miami Art Week Guide Here’s everything you need to know about Art Basel and Miami Art Week 2022 Expand all Miami’s galleries are getting the attention they deserve, with many attending art fairs across the city. Your home spaces also host attention-grabbing presentations. Here is an example: ▪ Ascaso gallery: Until … Read more

The latest exhibits from the Bloomington Normal range – 71Bait

Bloomington-Normal galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or planning to reopen under the current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online, or outdoor programs. Face coverings, distancing and other guidelines apply in open facilities; see websites or call for more information. Angel Ambrose Fine Art Studio; 101 W. Monroe St. Suite 201, … Read more

At 26, Cierra Britton is already fulfilling her dream: opening an art gallery to support women of color – 71Bait

“My mission is very focused on liberating black people and brown people because that is my life. I live every day as a black woman,” says Cierra Britton. “The lack of representation of women and women of color, particularly in the gallery space, creates this distorted notion that these artists don’t exist. I make it … Read more

Meet the real Maud Lewis in the new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia | art + culture | Halifax, Nova Scotia – 71Bait

The black cats. The bright colors. The peaceful rural setting. It’s impossible to misidentify a work by Maud Lewis, as Sarah Moore Fillmore, Interim Director & CEO of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, puts it, “You get exactly what you need from the image… very quickly and very emotionally.” .” But despite Lewis’s fame … Read more

Native Place | Discover Taos – 71Bait

Local, authentic indigenous art lives and kicks up indigenous dust around Taos Plaza. The gallerists are mostly Taos Pueblo tribesmen, but they carry work by Taos Pueblo and many other First Nations artists. Atcity’s on Taos Plaza Right in the heart of the historic downtown district of Taos, Cherylin Atcitty’s gallery features Native American arts … Read more

Art Exhibitions | Visual arts – 71Bait

National Juried Photo Exhibition – through Nov. 27, Delaplaine Arts Center, 40 S. Carroll St., Frederick. Contains selected photographs by regional and national artists. The opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission. 301-698-0656 or delaplaine.org. “Hard and Soft Art” — through … Read more

Palm Beach gallery owner Sarah Gavlak has a penchant for works on female artist paper and the color pink. She gave us a glimpse of her collection – 71Bait

Sarah Gavlak has been synonymous with the West Palm Beach, Florida art scene since late 2005, when she opened the island enclave’s first contemporary gallery with a bold exhibition of a young upstart named Wade Guyton. Over the next 17 years, her Palm Beach gallery grew from a bold little space to a bicostal operation … Read more