February 6th, First Friday at 621 Gallery, 6-9pm, opens with two exhibitions:
ILLUMINATED TERRAIN a group exhibit with works that explore and interpret the idea of landscape by three FSU Art Alums: Craig Coleman, with an environment of projections; Eric O’Dell, with paintings that call up memories of place both conscious and unconscious; Laura Mongiovi’s sculpture that combine real and imagined landscapes.
In the Nan Boynton Gallery is STATE, a suite of drawings by Atlanta-based artist Lourdes Perdomo. Her large-scale pencil, ink and gouache drawings deal with abuse of power, surveillance and coercion.
On exhibit Feb 6-28.
Art Happy Hour Feb 26, 5-7pm
Gallery hours: Thur 1-7pm, Fri-Sun 1-5pm
First Friday, 6-9pm:
621’s Make-a-VALENTINE! table; FSU Dance Department performances; FSU Art Therapy Valentine Project; Poetry on Demand; The LOVE NOTE WALL.
Feb 7, 14, 21, 28: 10:30-11:30am: KIDS CREATIVE MOVEMENT LAB ($10/class for ages 8-13, taught by FSU Dance Dept) Drop-ins welcome!
Feb 19, 7-9pm: TEMPLE OF YOG SUPER DEMO TOUR KICKOFF/ TEMPLE OF YOG SUPER DEMO TOUR is a 3800 mile, 7-stop event showcasing CHUDCHUD Industries’ upcoming roguelike adventure game TEMPLE OF YOG. Arcade cabinets of the title will be available for the public, as well as original artwork and prints from lead artist Lee Bretschneider and the Adventuring Company. The event also features music from the game’s original soundtrack by Dr Zilog. Throughout the event, master of ceremonies Buster Wolf will be orchestrating prizes and giveaways.This event is free and open to the public.
Feb 20, 10pm-midnight: Performance Night, featuring short (10 min or less) dance, theatrical and art performances
Feb 21, 2-5pm: ARTIGRAS maskmaking
Feb 26, 5-7pm: Art Happy Hour closing reception
Feb 26, 7:30-9:30pm: BLUES Night at the ANNEX