Six Must-Sees For Third Friday (Feb. 18)
1. What Goes On and What Takes Place, 2. Former Residents, 3. Things Take Time, 4. Here We Are Now, 5. On Common Ground, 6. It's Not Just Black and White
photos courtesy of the artists
If it were up to us, every day would be Third Friday with tons of new work from local artists who are just debuting and have been around for a while.
Here are six shows you won't want to miss:
1. What Goes On and What Takes Place @ Modified Arts
The women say the show will include one large piece by each artist, as well as smaller, supporting works and lots of evidence of their shared and individual processes. The opening is from 6 to 9 p.m.. Check out the Modified Arts website or the invite for more information.
2. Former Residents @ Regular Gallery
3. Things Take Time @ Jones
Christian Michael Filardo's hosting his debut solo exhibition,Here We Are Now
, that'll be full of video, sculpture, collage and performance. The intermedia student at ASU will be around from 6 to 8 p.m.. For more info (and behind the scenes photos), check out theinvite
Golden Dragon Acrobats
TicketsSun., Mar. 5, 6:00pm
Frank Ferrante in An Evening with Groucho
TicketsSun., Mar. 12, 3:00pm
TicketsTue., Mar. 14, 7:30pm
The Doo Wop Project
TicketsSat., Mar. 18, 7:30pm
Stormy Weather: The Story of Lena Horne Starring Mary Wilson
TicketsSat., Mar. 25, 7:30pm
5. On Common Ground @ Heard Museum
The Heard Museum continues its free Third Friday series, NU (Native + You) with live music by Tierra del Fuego and art by Steven Yazzie, Jaune Quick-To-See-Smith and Doug Hyde. Check out the show in the Berlin Gallery, and grab a few snacks and drinks at the museum's new Coffee Cantina. Yazzie will be in the gallery for questions and discussion from 6 to 8 p.m.. For more information, see the Heard Museum website or the event page.
6. It's Not Just Black and White @ ASU Art Museum
Gregory Sale's bringing the criminal justice system into the museum. His project, including fact-based tours, discussion, and interactive components, is part of his residence in the Museum's Social Studies series. Throughout his residency, Sale and his process, as well as his work and resulting show will be on public display. The Tempe museum is hosting an opening for Sale's show and their Spring season from 7 to 9 p.m.. Read more about his project here and the opening here.
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