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EXHIBITION OF THREE CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS WITH THEMES OF TRAGEDY, SOCIAL INJUSTICE AND CLIMATE ISSUES AT ARTSPACE

Saturday, March 19, 2022 at 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Artspace, a nonprofit contemporary art gallery, continues its 2022 exhibition season with a set of solo exhibitions featuring artists that use their work to illustrate their concerns and the challenges facing the community, the country and the planet. Opening Friday, February 25, 2022, the gallery will showcase the work of three local artists: Elaine Harris, Mona Dworkin and Carl Patow. Links to high resolution images and artists’ exhibition pages on our website. Additional images are available upon request along with artists’ statements. During the February-March show, an exhibit of art produced by members of the gallery will also be on display, illustrating the range and diversity of the membership.

Artspace is a nonprofit and artist-run organization, populated with experienced professionals as well as emerging artists. These artists work in a variety of mediums including clay, encaustic, interactive installations, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking and more.

Beyond the monthly exhibitions our gallery has been known for over the past three decades, Artspace is now providing teaching and meeting space and we welcome enquiries from artists looking for a teaching venue, or anyone looking for a congenial meeting space. 

Artspace Gallery
2833-A Hathaway Rd., Richmond, VA 23225

Price

Free

Audience

All ages

Type

Exhibit

Topic

Visual Arts

Website

http://artspacegallery.org

Cost

Free and open to the public

Group & Artist
Artspace
Hashtag

#Opening Reception, Friday February 25, 6-9pm. Artist Talks, Saturday February 26, 2pm1

Is this a digital event?

No

Contact Information

Dana Frostick, Publicity Committee Chair, artspaceorg@gmail.com

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