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May @ 621 Gallery

Published April 30, 2014

Adversarial Relations Are A Hard Habit to Break

First Friday, May 2, 6-9pm, explodes with three fabulous exhibitions:

“Political Transition”, an exploration of the deluge of ephemeral text and digital imagery we are enmeshed within, featuring large and small scale prints as well as a large mixed media installation by Kentucky printmaker, Jonathan McFadden

“How to Fill Space” features 2 and  3-D works plus an installation by Becki Rutta, Alicia Osborne and Sheri Nilles, all three wonderfully gifted Tallahassee artists

Local artist T.F. Dearing’s “Wonder & Wander to the Pure Land Buddha Field”, is a site-specific installation using natural materials in the Nan Boynton Gallery.

First Friday in the ANNEX features a Sneak Preview of George McConnel’s  theater piece: “Sperm to Worm” about conception, life, and death…Loren Davidson will dance her way through the Gallery during the opening evening and poet Jay Snodgrass will be here with his ‘Poetry on Demand’.

Music under the tent by Charlie Sawyer and the JujuBees.


May Events @the 621ANNEX:

May Events @the 621Annex:

10003454_10104392538020443_3557280084417026873_nMay 3, noon til midnight: George McConnel’s  12 hour theater production, “Sperm to Worm”, about life, death and everything in between…$10 admission lets you come and go or stay for the entire 12 hours (that’s less that $1 per hour!…)

May 8: artwork by Seniors from Rickards High School will be in the Annex, 1-5pm, with an evening reception 6-8pm.

May 17: 1-7pm: Carribean Festival at Railroad Square, with fabulous Carribean art featured in the Annex

May 18: 4pm: Cynie Cory will be reading from her latest published work, “Self-Portrait as Fiskadoro’s Lover After the End of the World”…