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Current Exhibitions: 

INSIGHT

Curated by Christine Golden

On view - August 2nd - September 27th 2019

Opening reception: Friday, August 2nd

“In Sight” is an exhibition about the internal human landscape. Each participating artist showcases their own distinct ideas of what the psychological aspect means to them.

Exhibiting Artists:

 Mary Jo Bole, Lars Calmar, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Christine Golden, Jennifer Holt, Doug Jeck, Ryan W Kelly, Lauren Mayer,

Ryan Matthew Mitchell,  Keith Simpson, Kim Tucker & Christina West.

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TOUCH/FEEL/INTERACT

On View August 2nd - September 27th

Interactive Sculptures by Liz Nurenberg

Liz Nurenberg’s research and practice focuses on touch and relationships. She creates objects that explore themes of intimacy, awkwardness, and personal space by facilitating physical interactions. Participants can use or inhabit the pieces, making their bodies integral to the sculptural outcome.

For this installation, inspiration was taken from the landscape and the history of Helena’s Last Chance Gulch. The serendipity of gold being discovered after a last chance stroke of luck, infuses the town with wonder. Her work strives to use both wonder and chance to create new possibilities between participants, as well as between the objects that connect them.

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UNDERSTORY/OVERSTORY by Cathy Weber

on view July 5 - December 29, 2019
Opening reception: Friday July 26, 5pm – 8pm
Artist’s Gallery Talk: Saturday July 27, 10:15 am
Week-long “Witch Dance” performance workshop: Dreya Weber & local artists:
July 22 - 27 (public invited to watch)
Performances: July 26, 5pm & 7:30pm and July 27, 11am & 2pm (each performance,15 minute duration)

Understory/Overstory is the artist’s second iteration of this large-scale sculptural installation. It consists of found and altered trees and black ceramic birds that alight in branches and rise in a murmuration on the gallery walls. The title refers to the ecological relationship between upper and lower forest vegetation that expresses the diversity, composition, and structure of the ecosystem.
Dreya Weber is an accomplished performer, choreographer, writer, and aerialist. She will be collaborating with Helena performers on a reimagined version of her celebrated, L.A. Dance Chronicle-reviewed “Witch Piece” in response to her sister Cathy Weber’s exhibition.