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OCT at 621 Gallery

Published October 2, 2012

OCTOBER at 621 Gallery, First Friday features FSU Art Faculty Holly Hanessian and Pamela Theis and FSU MFA Alum, Ira Hill.

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