Upcoming Exhibitions



Tuesday, September 27th – Saturday, October 8th
“ABrainStorm: Collaboration & Installation”
Curated by Troy Wandzel and Alexis Javier
Reception: Friday, October 7th from 6 – 9 PM



Brainstorming: a group problem-solving technique that involves the spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group to amass information, stimulate creative thinking, and develop new ideas.

This installation is about a shared process, how working together to create a space that is a reflection of our collective spirit has the power to unify the diverse languages that make up our community.

Kicking off this TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th @ 7PM* in the main gallery downstairs, you are invited to participate in the developmental process of ‘ABrainStorm’.
*More Times TBA leading up to the reception on October 7th.

Growing from Troy Wandzel’s cluster of self portrait wood cut-out paintings, accompanied by Alexis Javier’s cardboard contour-lined faces, they both would like you to join them in influencing the overall composition of the final installation using your voice and your hand to represent a ‘collective vision.’ Everyone that lends their energy to this project will be included into the “participants list” which we will update as needed.

We will have paint & brushes along with wood & cardboard cut-outs available for participants – however, feel free to bring your own materials. Alternative surfaces are encouraged.

Please join us for the upcoming First Friday Art March, October 7th from 6 – 9 PM to see the finished collaborative installation, “ABrainStorm”.

Friday, October 14th from 6 – 9 PM



Featuring One of a Kind, Limited Edition, and Vintage Pins, Buttons and Badges. Plus a Make-Your-Own button station!


2 thoughts on “Upcoming Exhibitions

  1. Hi I would like to participate but I have few questions do u have any office phone to contact, mind and soul is it any spiritual concept? When do I need to submit images because I saw this add just today I need at least 2 to 3 days and its size range..


    • Hi Pavani,

      Yes we are accepting a work that defines body and soul in any way that is meaningful to the maker. The deadline is today and that is firm, our Jury will be meeting this weekend to choose the work for the exhibition. Work must be less than 7 feet tall, must fit through a standard door and must weigh less than 100 pounds. These details can be found on our opportunities page.


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