It’s time for First Friday in Missoula! Let’s see what artistic events are happening round town:
School of Art alum Michael T. Workman (BFA 2015) will present his latest works in the alternative gallery space run by art school graduate students. Join Michael for “There are many like it, but this one is mine” from 5-9pm in the ally behind the Old Post Pub.
Our friends at Real Good sent in a media release in advance of their First Friday exhibition. In their words:
“In 1967, Ted Serios, an alcoholic, Chicago bellhop, claimed he could imprint images upon film with his mind. With the assistance of psychiatrist Jule Eisenbud and a few Polaroid cameras, Ted’s unusual talent was tested and recorded in The World of Ted Serios: “Thoughtographic” Studies of an Extraordinary Mind.
So if Ted could do it, why can’t I? In preparation for the exhibition, I conducted my own “Thoughtographic” experiments, using the same methods as Dr. Eisenbud which will be on display. During the duration of the event, I will also conduct live “Thoughtographic” experiments throughout the night. By doing this, I want the audience to not only question the veracity of my supernatural claims, but begin to reconsider the value of mysticism and their own, untapped psychic potential.”
Join artist Clayton McDougall for a real good art time!
Join Abbie Miller at 7 PM for a walk through her exhibition Exit Strategies. Miller will talk about the process of making her large-scale installations and how she engages the gallery space. Not to be missed.
Time is running out for our beloved Brink Gallery, so be sure to get to the penultimate exhibition this First Friday! This will be a group exhibition of local artists. The reception will run from 5-8pm.
If you have an item to share with the Missoula art community, EMAIL us and we will consider it for publication. Have a great First Friday!