Slow Viewing, the gallery program encouraging a more mindful approach to art viewing and discussion, returns to the Brick City Gallery with a new selection of events for the Fall 2021 semester. Slow Viewing, which debuted at the beginning of this year, offers gallery visitors a way to contemplate and talk about their own ideas or perceptions of the art pieces featured for each … [Read more...] about Slow Viewing Returns with New Opportunities for Connection
The term “social distance” is incredibly prevalent in our current day-to-day, and has a long, complicated history. In the nineteenth century, "social distance" was a euphemism used by the British to talk about class and by Americans to talk about race. In today’s time, it most commonly refers to the six feet distance that must be maintained to stop the spread of the … [Read more...] about Reinterpreting Social Distance
Welcome back Bears! The semester is quickly coming to a close, with finals week beginning in JUST 2 days! If you're looking for a break from studying, some amazing art to enjoy, or just the refreshments, please join us on Friday, December 7th, for the last Art Walk of 2018! The Walk begins at 6:00PM-10:00PM, with over two dozen Art Walk locations for live art demonstrations, … [Read more...] about December FFAW Ends Semester with a Bang!
The Brick City Gallery will feature the exhibit “Manifestations in Silver” by Aj Smith and Marjorie Williams-Smith until Nov. 12. The work showcases their talents in silverpoint, or metalpoint, using a metal stylus to deposit minute metal particles onto a white, or light value, ground. Flowers that shimmer Williams-Smith said she finds the ethereal qualities of … [Read more...] about ‘Manifestations in Silver’ on display until Nov. 12