OCTOBER at 621 GALLERY opens on First Friday, Oct 5, 6-9pm, and features three photographers: Maine-based Michael Kolster, with his black and white American Riversproject; Mathew Allred from Salt Lake City, Utah, with HELIOGRAPHS, time-lapse color heliographs; Michigan-based Stafford Smith with his unique photomontage series, Family Portraits.
In the Nan Boynton Gallery is local ceramic artist Pamela Theis, with her installation,Disjointedly Content. all exhibits Oct 5-28.
Also, on First Friday Oct 5, 621 Gallery will host two one-day art projects: Ira Hill’sAMERICAN EXPRESSIONS, an interactive American Flag sculpture that will be outdoors in front of the Gallery; and Holly Haniesan’s Touch in Real Time, an interactive clay performance that will be just inside the main gallery.
Oct 11, 5-7 is Art Happy Hour, an opportunity to see the art without the crowds
Oct 20, 1-5pm is Fall Fever in Railroad Square: at 621 Gallerythere will be free mask-making for visitors of all ages; a Day of the Dead altar that all visitors can add to in remembrance of a loved one; and a WORKSHOP for Day of the Dead skull painting , taught by Sunny Spillane (workshop $15 per person, $10 for members)
Oct 21, 4-6pm: 621 Salon, Readings organized by Apalachee Review