Redux Contemporary Art Center is hosting an Open Studios day on May 30, where the public will be allowed in to see the artwork usually closed behind private studio doors. The event is all about exploration and appreciation of the talented artists working behind the curtains at Redux every day.
Studio artists whose works will be available for viewing include: Lulie Wallace, Teil Duncan, Kaminer Haislip, Lauren Rackley, Paula McInerny, Kate Long Stevenson, Whitney Kreb, Jen Ervin, Mariah Channing, Taillefer Long, Sally Bennett Baxley, Alizey Khan, Kate Mullin, Charles Williams, Camela Guevara, Kate MacNeil, Todd Anderson, Jane Ann Sweeny, Greg Hart, Luke Vehorn, Austin Grace Smith, Lindsay Windham, and Marshall Thomas.
Guests can also check out the current featured exhibit, Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted by Andréa Stanislav. The display includes sculpture, glitter construction, and video that encompass the tension between moral relativism and evil. The mirrored surfaces are used to compel the onlookers to reflect upon their positions in relation to the artwork and, on a further level, to history and culture.
The Redux studios will be open from 4-7 p.m. and viewers can enjoy refreshments while browsing. Along with the private studios, Redux’s classroom, darkroom, print shop, and Conolly Studio Gallery will be open for viewing. Learn more at reduxstudios.org.
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