final fridays

Friday, October 31  |  5 to 9pm

This Halloween Final Friday will feature a variety of art exhibitions that you don’t want to miss. Over 60 artists from around North America have their work on display.  Our bar will feature a spooky cocktail just for Halloween visitors and from 7-9pm DJ Proof will be spinning records.

A ceramics and drawing group exhibition

Curated by Kyla Strid
September 26 – November 8

This exhibition features a plate and drawing from over 30 artists from various parts of the United States.  The artists included in this exhibition represent some of the best and brightest ceramic artists today.


Russell Wrankle
New Work

September 26 – November 8

Sculptor Russell Wrankle from Toquerville Utah will be exhibiting his newest works.  His current series is a personal narrative that utilizes familiar animal figures.  Russell’s work has been shown in galleries around the United States.  He is currently Assistant Professor at Southern Utah University.


The Tea Project
Amber Ginsberg and Aaron Hughes

October 2-November 14

Amber Ginsburg and Aaron Hughes will work collaboratively to uncover moments of beauty, poetics, and shared humanity within little known military histories. Taking as their starting point a curious love story, a Guantanamo Bay guard who fell in love with the drawings on the Styrofoam cups carved by detainees, The Tea Project is an ongoing series of exhibitions and performances that offers counter-narratives to disrupt the numbing effects of war and detention.


Souvenirs from the Future
A Survey of Contemporary Ceramics

Curated by Ben Ahlvers
October 10 – November 22

This group exhibition explores juxtapositions whether they be visual or conceptual as well as the connections that can be formed in the context of a group exhibition. The works included in this exhibit looks to the future in order to acknowledge the past. They make connections and blur definitions of ceramic materials, processes. The exhibit delectably and mysteriously explores tensions between nature and the synthetic, the hand and the machine, history and the future. This exhibit brings together nearly 40 artists working in North America, each working with ceramic material and processes.