“Art helps us identify with one another and expands our notion of ‘we’ - from the local to the global.” - Olafur Eliassen
How do our recent experiences of isolation inform the way artists think and work? Does a longing to gather amongst family, friends or strangers change the direction of an artist’s body of work? And how do we depict our relationships, including multi-generational, romantic unions, and alternative family structures through artistic practice when gatherings have been limited? “Gather” aims to showcase work that explores the themes of our human connections to those that shape our lives and community. “Gather” is meant to remind us of what brings us together despite separation.
All work must have been completed within the past 3 years and not exhibited at OPAL before.
All mediums are accepted. Any artist submitting film or video please inquire about our available projection system.
Size is limited to 48” in its largest dimension.
Two submissions per artist.
All work must be ready to hang. Work with sawtooth hangers will not be accepted.
Drop off work: January 28th, 29th and 30th.
Exhibition dates: February 2nd - 24th.
Opening reception: Friday, February 12th, 1-9pm with details TBA for an in person reception.
Cost per submission: Submission fees are non-refundable.
Members: $15/first piece, $10/second piece.
Non-members $25/first piece, $15/second piece.
Pick up work: February 25th, 26th and 27th.