Clay Arts Vegas holds an annual juried exhibition in their Victor F. Keen Gallery entitled, “What Goes Bump in the Night”. The show is open to artists residing in the United States and Canada. Three of FSU Art MFA ’14 Alum Brad Blair’s sculptures were accepted this year, including “Humanoid X”, “Minder”, and “Striker”.
“What Goes Bump In The Night” will feature that which captures the art of the sublime, creepy, scary, things that make your skin crawl and captures the pain of personal suffering: there are many things in life that go bump in the night some physical some emotional and some
psychological. All work will use clay as the primary medium and capture what we fear in the dark.
Friday, October 1st marks the opening reception and awards ceremony.