January 9, 2016 from 7-10 PM
January 9, 2016 to January 30, 2016 Saturdays from 12-4 PM
Some of the most dynamic contemporary artworks marry more than one technical approach. Creative Living Works is hosting a juried exhibition at Washington Street gallery that challenges the traditional boundaries of art making and involves multiple mediums. National, international and local artists will be displaying work that crosses creative fields in the subject matter, the medium or a combination of both.
The exhibition will be January 9 -30, 2016 at Washington Street gallery, opening reception January 9 from 7-10 PM. This opening will also be one of the first to be broadcast in virtual reality thanks to StreamVR. Watch the webinar recording to find out more about how VR will be used.
There will be workshops during the month, check out creativelivingworks.com for details. Closing reception will feature live music by The Steve Gutenband and The Breakfast Project on January 30 from 7-10 PM with suggested $10 cover. Best in Show and People Choice awards will be announced that night as well.
Elaine Alibrandi | Jamie Andrade | Jim Baab | Michael Baum | Divine Beauty Photography | Grace Durnford | Vita Eruhimovitz | Sandhya Garg | Chuck Guest | Joe Hedges | Jiyun Jung | George Lorio | Elham Masoudi | Joey Morgan | Frances Muldoon | Charmaine Ortiz | Elizabeth Schowachert | Catherine Siller | Patty Simon | Derick Smith | David Terrar | Stephanie Todhunter | Sarah Trahan | Ye-Ye Tsang | Elizabeth Welch
Creative Living Works is an online community where creative minds can expand their tool-sets to master the balance of art, business and life. We can all benefit from learning and sharing our experiences. Curating talented instructors to teach skills across a variety of channels, CLW courses are available to help improve upon your process and open up new doors. Regular webinars feature experts in the business of being creative to inspire you to tackle challenges.
A collection of studio photos, works in process, exhibition images, and additional visual residue from a contemporary artist at work.