Thursday, January 7, 2010

Commotion in the Alley

Arts in the Alley came alive last night (Dec 3) with lots of gallery openings and activities in the South Campus Gateway alley. wife Weinstock (above with Dance's Dave Covey) famous the opening of her solo aggregation In the Overlap installed in the Arts Initiative space, while Jenai Cutcher's OSU tap diversion class (below) poor in the new wood, sprung diversion story there, with tunes provided by DJ Lisa McLymont.
Across the alley at the river Art League gallery, the popular period Thumb Box Show opened with a panoramic variety of entireness -- all 6 x 6 x 6 inches or small -- on pass (right). And in The Shoebox (below), large-scale photographs from featured artist Dave Kube were on pass along with graphics from ARTillery member artists and an interactive arts activity from (Mix)ed Media.

Notable News

The Emerging Artist Studio -- a short, weekly radio feature from the Arts Initiative on WOSU's new Capital City Radio -- has begun transmission on Fridays at 7:40 am and 12:33 pm. The shows, hosted by Karen Bell, each feature an interview with a topical emerging artist. They're also available in podcast form; you can listen to the prototypal four features.

The 10,000 square foot past Skye Bar at South Campus Gateway is being revamped into ARTillery's prototypal annual Holiday Art Market on Dec 12 and 19, noon - 6 pm. Enjoy springy music, unique gifts and original artwork from more than 35 topical artists, from ceramics, render and adornment to photography, fibers, ornaments and more. Prices play at exclusive $1! The prototypal 30 shoppers module receive liberated tickets for the Art Market raffle, featuring artwork donated by topical artists. Bring the full family for Kids Holiday Craft Workshops and Holiday Movies attractive place in The Shoebox during the sale, and follow around on the 19th for the river Art League Holiday Mirror comedienne in the Skye Bar at 8 pm. The Holiday Art Market is brought to you by Allied Arts in the Shoebox, a information of the Arts Initiative.

ARTillery is currently accepting applications for its featured creator information for 2010. Featured artists show their work in a unaccompanied exhibition within The Shoebox space, with an opening reception on Arts in the Alley First Thursdays (corresponding with receptions at river Art League and the river Arts Initiative) and have the opportunity to participate in ARTillery's creator lecture series. For complete application details and to apply, please go here. Deadline Dec 31. Contact Kate Dowell at with questions.