ArtWalk Weekend at Gallery360
A juried Collage art exhibit, hands-on collaging with the artist, screen-printing workshops!
May 3, 2014 · 9:00am
Saturday, May 3
Sunday, May 4
The weather is finally warming up, which means it’s finally time for the spring installment of Lancaster ArtWalk!
Throughout the winter, we’ve been steadily sprucing up Gallery360‘s new home on our second floor, and we’re finally ready to unveil the new space. Here’s a rundown of the exhibits and activities all happening on Saturday and Sunday for ArtWalk:
On Display in Gallery360
RIPPING AND STICKING: THE ART OF COLLAGE is a show composed of two parts: The gallery will show a juried group exhibition of collage art chosen by artist Carl Vestweber (more info on Carl below), as well as three featured artists from Philadelphia: Sean Hildreth, Shane Smith and Zach Zecha.
Get a head start on the weekend and join us for a soft opening of the gallery on First Friday, May 2. (And mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 21st, for our OPENING RECEPTION where some of the artists will be here to give an in-depth talk on their work and the subject of collage.)
*Carl Vestweber is an artist living and working in Boston, MA. He recently received his Master’s degree of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas Pan American. He works with a variety of mediums and includes themes of humor and fantasy to discuss contemporary culture and society.*
Want to get in on the collage action??
Plan to “Chill and Collage with the Artists” on Saturday (12-4pm) and Sunday (1-3pm)! Featured artists Sean, Shane and Zach will be set up in the gallery hanging out and making some original art. Come say hi, relax and make some collages yourself! All materials will be provided. This is a family-friendly event, so bring the wee ones and get their creative spark started early!
Screen-Printing Workshop (Saturday, May 3)
In the wake of our Andy Warhol Factory Night party in April, we’re hosting a Screen-Printing Workshop on Saturday, May 3 at 1pm. The workshops will be open to all ages. Price is $40/person. Spots are limited; click here to register, and send an email to our gallery director, Quinn, after you register!