Nov 20 Sunday
"Ron Jude: 12 Hz" is an immersive exhibit organized by the Barry Lopez Foundation for Art & Environment featuring over twenty large-scale photographs of geological formations along with a sound installation of manipulated, looping seismic and field recordings. Exhibition is free and open to the public! Guided tours offered daily!
Fun for all ages! Come make an Autumn craft in the Gallery.We are offering Autumn Mobiles ($5), painted rocks ($5), and free coloring pages.Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Limited capacity. No registration is required.
Mark your calendars for our reception and artist talk for the exhibition Protecting Our Peace, featuring artworks from Doug Randall, Karolyn Farrell, and Carol Hart. This reception will be held at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center on November 20 at 2 PM.
Protecting Our Peace invites you to consider the places you feel most peaceful and at ease. Is it in the mountains? Near water? Or trees? Often these quiet natural spaces allow our busy minds to at last rest, and provide us a greater perspective on life. Spending time in nature has been proven in numerous studies to help with mental health. However, despite the invaluable resources, both external and internal, that nature provides us, many of our natural spaces are in danger from erosion, deforestation, pollution, and other human-created crises.
By advocating for and protecting the health, safety, and stewardship of our forests, water resources, wildlife habitats, farmland, and open spaces, we advocate for and protect ourselves and our own inner peace. As you explore Protecting Our Peace, we hope you remember your own symbiotic relationship to the natural world and advocate for the continued protection of these necessary natural spaces that serve as both an external and internal sanctuary.
Nov 21 Monday
Art Ventures welcomes you to join us for a reception and artist talk featuring Jay McDonald at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce on November 21 from 3 PM to 5 PM.
Macro/Micro showcases Jay McDonald’s unique photography, which includes close-ups of small scale subjects (an ant, dry and cracking earth, the petals of a flower) and big landscapes (the Australian Outback, old buildings.) With careful attention to the direction of light, the scale of the subject, and the composition of colors, McDonald depicts the unique beauty of each subject he turns his eye towards.
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