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Opening Reception June 15 - 3 New Outstanding Exhibitions You Do Not Want To Miss!

Syn·the·sis: Digital Craft Exhibition

Opening Reception: June 15, 5 - 7pm


Syn·the·sis: digital craft, is a national juried exhibition that showcases the dynamic intersection of craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, showcasing a diverse array of works created by taking advantage of all forms of computer technology including; AI, rapid prototyping, computer-aided design, 3D scanning, laser cutting and engraving, and subtractive processes such as computer numerically controlled routers and mills. The “hand” of the computer, however, may not necessarily be evident at first glance, and in some ways, this exhibition represents the anti-digital exhibition as selected artists, designers, and craftspeople seek to fully absorb and understand how analog influences inform the digital to create work that might be categorized as digital craft.


Featured in our Hayloft Gallery; juried by renowned metalsmith/digital fabrication artist Frankie Flood, this exhibition investigates the future of craft and the implications of merging traditional craft with digital processes and how these hybrid objects inform the age in which we live. 


Big thank you to our sponsor Thomas Industrial Fabrication! Did you know - That our friends at TIF helped deliver our laser cutter, the first piece of equipment to join the Floyd Center for the Arts Digital Art Fab Lab? We are grateful for TIF's support and all of the amazing services you offer our community - industrial and artistic!

Folly - A Solo Exhibition by Austin Sheppard

Falcon Gallery

June 8 - August 3

Experience Folly, the evocative solo exhibition by Austin Sheppard in our Falcon Gallery, featuring a captivating blend of 2-D and 3-D artworks. Through years of exploration with materials like wood, metal, and ceramics, Sheppard's creations embody a profound connection to sustainability and the human experience. Each piece, whether a sculpture like "Anyway" or a wearable artwork, serves as a personal narrative, reflecting Sheppard's journey of self-discovery and introspection. Delve into the metaphorical depths of reclaimed materials and found objects, where wear and tear symbolize the passage of time and the resilience of the human spirit. Join us in unraveling the layers of meaning behind Sheppard's poignant and deeply personal expressions on display.


Expanding on Mother Nature by Pat Carr

Breezeway Gallery

June 8 - August 3

Expanding on Mother Nature by Pat Carr offers a mesmerizing journey into the artist's profound relationship with the natural world. Through keen observation and a deep reverence for Earth's beauty, Carr's artworks capture the essence of nature's treasures in various stages of transformation. From subtle nuances to bold declarations, Carr's creations reveal the inherent stories and memories embedded in weathered materials, echoing the cycle of life and decay.


Inspired by global environmental concerns, Carr's art serves as a poignant reflection of her respect for nature's order and disorder, inviting viewers to contemplate their own connection to the world around them. Whether through delicate watercolors or tactile fiber manipulations, Carr's works evoke a sense of calm and introspection, beckoning observers to immerse themselves in the tranquil dialogue between art and nature.

 Come mingle with fellow art enthusiasts, meet the artists & juror, and experience the exhibitions firsthand at our free Opening Reception on June 15 from 5-7pm.

Cash bar and light refreshments.

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