Keeping Count features three unique women artists exploring the power of "many" March 28 – April 29, 2019, University Place Gallery
The notion of “many” is powerful. When presented with multiple images, the viewer tends to pause and look. Hundreds of something conjures a sense of commitment. Time invested in a concept speaks to dedication.
Each of the three artists featured in this exhibition have their own way of “keeping count”. Each of these women has found the power of “many” to be a launching point for communicating their message.
The hope is to convey these messages and begin, or continue, a more broad conversation about the times we are living in.
Reception | Thursday, April 4, 6-8pm
Artist Talk | Wednesday, April 17, 6:30-8pm
Program | Monday, April 8, 12-1:30pm
Join us for a session of slow stitching, knitting, mending or bring your own UFO (unfinished object) to work on. We will be talking about the issues that our show stirs up and sharing techniques in the different projects we have on hand.It will be a casual mid day gathering. Please join us if you can.