Saturday, January 26, 2008

Gallery opening tonight (2nd opening Fri., 1 Feb 2008)

Woohoo! The photos I submitted to a local gallery's juried exhibit have been accepted and the opening is tonight in Provo, UT with a formal opening next Friday for Provo's monthly Gallery Stroll. The details of today's events follow, please stop by if you're in the area, thanks!

Gallery One Ten's Transportation Show

There will be a non-traditional opening for this show; it happens Saturday, January 26th, starting with an alternative transportation parade from the Provo Library to Gallery 110. "Here to There", a play about transportation starts at 2pm in the Library's bullock Room, then the parade starts at 3pm. This Parade is for walking, biking, skating, longboards, wagons, wheelchairs, pogosticks, any and all kinds of transportation that can move on land, besides cars and trucks. You and anyone else who would like to ride/walk are invited! The Parade ends at the Gallery, with some light refreshments from 3: 30- 5pm.

"Here to There", Provo City Library, Bullock Room (550 North University Avenue, Provo) 2pm January 26th (Also performed at BYU Nelke Theater 7:30PM Jan 25th) admission to the play is free, any donations benefit ParaTransport Services .

This show takes a different approach from most of our shows so far. Participants come from a wide range of ages and experiences. The show will change some over the time it is up as community members continue to contribute their stories, thoughts, and comments.

Other events :

Gallery Stroll is Friday, February 1st. 6-9 pm (This is like a second opening for the show, but in the evening, and with no parade)

There will be a lecture/discussion in relation to the exhibit, scheduled for February 6.
(Stay tuned for more information)

Gallery OneTen
110 South 300 West
Provo, UT 84601


Ann Torrence said...

Congratulations! Enjoy it immensely. AT

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Mark said...

Congrats! Well deserved, these are great shots. And if anyone ever makes fun of "shooting from the hip", send them my way they are way way way harder than they look.

calanan said...

I appreciate that Mark, thanks!