Homewood Studios Event Calendar
For information about, or to post comments relating to, past events, see our events archive.
Saturday, October 5 - Thursday, October 24, 2019
Weave of Love - Tressa Sularz (Fiber Art) & Mike Hazard (Camera Works)
After attending shows at Homewood Studios for years, a couple of long-time friends, artists Tressa Sularz and Mike Hazard, have finally gotten around to having a show of their own in our gallery. The artists write about their work:
Weave of Love is an exhibition featuring two artists, Tressa Sularz and Mike Hazard. Tressa makes fiber art. Mike makes camera works. They are happily married and live a good life making things. Art and life intertwine.
“When I weave, I weave love into every piece,” says Tressa.
“All my pictures are love stories,” says Mike.
"Soft" Opening - Saturday, October 5th from 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Talk & Poetry Reading - Tuesday, October 8th beginning at 7pm
Closing Reception - Sunday, October 20th from noon to 2pm
Friday, November 1 - Tuesday, November 26, 2019
The eight Homewood Studios Resident Artists present their annual group show of work created in the past year. This year's show, our eighth, includes painting, drawing, photography, carved, painted and embellished gourds, altered books, three-dimensional work, letterpress broadsides and botanical prints.
As us our practice, studios will be open during all events.
Opening Reception - Friday, November 1st from 6pm to 9pm
NorthSide Writer's Group Fall Reading - Friday, November 15th beginning at 6:30pm
Gallery Talk - Tuesday, November 19th beginning at 7pm
Closing Party - Saturday, November 23rd from 2pm to 5pm
"Last Look" gallery hours - Tuesday, November 26th from 5pm to 9pm
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
UNTEATHER featuring Craig Harris
Craig Harris is the Artistic Director of Interference Arts, and is a composer, performer, writer and producer. Harris creates multimedia dramatic stage works, interactive sculptural environments, and creative story spaces. Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthbert, has known Harris for several years and has encouraged him to create a series of solo performances. Each of these one-hour performances will feature Craig on his keyboard sampler playing a variety of his compositions, improvising, and possibly developing a piece that gets created using sampled/created sounds at the event. These events are free and open. Each will begin at 7pm. Everyone welcome.
Sunday, December 1 - Tuesday, December 31, 2019
The Godzilla Show (working title)
Recently Neal Cuthbert, (Homewood Studios Permanent Guest Curator), Bill Jeter, (Homewood Studios Resident Artist), and george roberts, (gallery owner and resident artist), sat around talking about Godzilla. Neal had been thinking for a while about mounting a show. Some of the topics tossed around include: • the early Godzillia films shot in Japan were a response to the dawning of the nuclear age, to the possibility of horrendous destruction, the unknown dangers of radio active elements, radioactivity, fallout, etc. • the creative use of scale models to accommodate the “man in the godzilla suit” • each of us told our story of first meeting Godzilla in the movie theaters and what curiosity, what fear, what comfort, and what confusion we carried away from those experiences
The three decided a show was definitely a possibility. Plans are being made...
Wednesday, April 1 - Thursday, April 30, 2020
SEITU JONES: New and Selected Work
Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthburt, has lined up another stellar show for our gallery. A longtime Homewood Studios friend and well-known artist, Seitu Jones, as agreed to bring a show to our neighborhood in the spring of 2020.
Details about opening reception, gallery talk, other possible events will be coming along...
Saturday, May 1 - Monday, May 31, 2021
FEEZE DESIGN AND BUILD SHOW
Two MCAD graduates we got to know while they were still in school and showing their work in group exhibitions in our gallery, Kiley Frieze and Sam Busco, design and build custom furniture. Go to their website, Freeze Design Build, and you will see their work has a sculpturel quality which, we feel, lends itself to a gallery viewing.
More details about this interesting show as we get nearer the date.