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First Friday Art Walk – Think Art for Mother’s Day!

May 3 @ 5:00 pm 8:00 pm

Join friends at Art Space Vincennes, Open Gallery and Northwest Territory Art Guild Gallery for the First Friday Art Walk, May 3, 5 – 8 pm.

Art Space Vincennes LLC, 521 Main will continue Cosmic Trace, an exhibition of working drawings for Savannah, Georgia-based artist Henry Dean’s nation-wide eclipse installation project, Now and Then.  Dean’s first of six installations for this project was sited at Vincennes’ Fox Ridge Nature Park last year. It can be viewed at the park, located at 1364 N. Hillcrest Road, during open hours 8 – 5 daily.  This month’s exhibition will include Dean’s annotations on unframed works and additional materials associated with his development of the project.

A multi-media artist and professor of foundation studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Dean earned his MFA in Fine Arts and Geography from University of St. Andrew’s in the UK.  He received a 2023 Presidential Fellowship and 2024 Sabbatical Award from the Savannah College of Art and Design to help fund the project.  The Vincennes Public Sculpture project helped support the Vincennes installation.

Dean’s work celebrates the many ways experiencing a total eclipse can impact our understanding of and appreciation for the unifying forces of nature.

See more at: @nowandtheneclipse24

Regular gallery hours Tue – Sat Noon – 5 pm


Northwest Territory Art Guild, 316 Main will present an exhibition of works by members of the Knox County Photographers’ Club, whose members meet monthly at the Pantheon to critique photos, learn, and discuss photography as a hobby and profession.  It was formed June 23, 2022 and now has 210 members.

Also on display will be seasonally themed artworks and a variety of high-quality craft items created by Guild members.  Think Mother’s Day gifts!

Regular gallery hours: Tue – Sat 11 am – 2 pm. Additional hours by appointment; contact the gallery via Facebook.

The Open Gallery, 329 Main will present Words & Illustrations:The Many Disguises of Suzy Q, an exhibition based on the book of that title written and illustrated by Fernando Lozano with IA collaboration.  This is a children’s book, infused with wisdom and charm that can be appreciated by all ages.  The lush illustrations are telling examples of what can be created through the combined efforts of human imagination and IA resources. The story centers around a young mouse, Suzie Q, and her quest to find friendship in a world that seems not just frightening, but dangerous. Come find out how she does it, and how the artist’s vision helps her on her journey to acceptance.

Lozano will present an Artist’s Talk at 7 p.m. during First Friday’s art walk.

Regular gallery hours: Tue – Sat 10 – 4:30 pm.

812- 881-6475.

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Vincennes, IN 47591 United States
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