2022 EXHIBITIONS AT THE FIREHOUSE ART CENTER

MAIN GALLERY

LINE AND WEIGHT: FEATURING COURTNEY GIBLIN AND CLARK VALENTINE

APRIL 29-JUNE 5

Distilling the act of creation into its most fundamental elements is an interest of both artists featured in the exhibit “Line & Weight.” By focusing exclusively on their respective processes and media, we are rewarded as viewers with works that draw us in to their meditative results.

Join us for a morning of Yoga and Musical Meditation to celebrate the opening of LINE & WEIGHT: CLARK VALENTINE AND COURTNEY GIBLIN
10:30a- 11:30a- Yoga with Eliza Swain- $12
Come join us in a gentle morning movement of yoga and meditation. We’ll begin by connecting our body and breath. Then gently stretch our limbs in line and motion, awakening our energy, refreshing our spirits and releasing a healthful start to the day. All levels welcome. Please bring your mat.
11:45am-
Kirtan and Harmonium with Patty Fabian- Patty will lead us in a few chants (chants will be printed and shared with guests). Kirtan is an active and dynamic form of meditation using improvisational music to allow you to get out of your head and into your heart.
After yoga and kirtan join us for light refreshments as we enjoy the meditative marks made by our two featured artists.

SOUTH GALLERY

WE ARE PEOPLE TOO: NO JOKE

THE ARTISTS OF STUDIO PROJECT- IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BMoCA

MAY 13- MAY 31

OPENING RECEPTION- MAY 13- 6PM-9PM

ANIMAL CRUELTY AND NEGLECT TAKES MANY FORMS. FROM ANIMALS NEAR EXTINCTION, TO RATS JUST LOOKING FOR RESPECT, TEEN ARTISTS RESPOND TO THE ISSUE THROUGH PRINTMAKING, AND OTHER ART FORMS. 

STUDIO PROJECT IS PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BMoCA.

SPRING RESIDENT ARTIST: MAX COLEMAN

Students will also unveil the new Firehouse stairwell mural at 2nd Friday.

image: Elle Staron & Max Coleman

STUDIO 64

DAVID HARTMAN