Graduate students from the School of Art are excited to exhibit the works of 3D Technician Johnathan Fitz at their gallery in the ally behind the Old Post Pub. Mr. Fitz investigates the material nature of ceramics, working with color, base element materials, and multiples.
In addition to Jonathan’s work, FrontierSpace is proud to team up with the The Émile Levassor Museum of Art and present a new exhibition by School of Art Graduate Student Tressa Jones. Both receptions will run from 6-9:00pm on Friday, February 6.
Real Good Studio (A Jack Metcalf production) is teaming up for a First Friday exhibition with the Icon-O-Clash Guild. Bring a thrift store painting, and watch as highly trained artists, selected through rigorous assessment of skill and efficiency, upgrade your art! All proceeds are donated! Meet the crew across the street from the Clay Studio of Missoula and behind the creepy yellow van. In addition, Mr. Metcalf will present, “Mechanical Reproduction in the Digital Age.” We are told to expect an interactive shooting range, and wonderful prizes.
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Art student Hayden Ferguson is showing new work at the hair salon at 212 E. Main St. He welcomes you to stop by between 6 and 8pm to see what he’s been working on.
In conjunction with the12th Annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the Brink Gallery will be exhibiting photographic works from the archives of John Cohen, the musician, filmmaker, and photographer.
Our friends at the Clay Studio, across from the creepy yellow van, are having a reception for “All About Porcelain” an exhibition showcasing ceramic work that explores a variety of approaches with porcelain. Juried by internationally recognized ceramic artist and School of Art Professor Beth Lo, 33 entries by 31 artists were selected from nearly 160 works submitted from one hundred artists from all around the United States.
The exhibition will be on display at the Clay Studio until February 27, with an opening on Friday, February 6, from 5:30-9pm.
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