October 7, 8,9 2016. 

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Spokane Visual Arts Tour occurs in October and February of each year.

 

Kolva-Sullivan Gallery


Chris Ricardo, "Janky Neck."

Chris Ricardo, "Janky Neck."

115 south Adams Street

Art Tour Dates: October 7, 5:00-9:00PM; October 8, 12:00-4:00PM

Exhibition Dates: October 7th to October 28th

Regular Hours: call for appointment: (509) 458-5517

Exhibition Title: Archie Bray Resident Show

Featured Artists: Michelle Summers and Chris Riccardo--artists at Gonzaga for free workshop.
Eliza Au, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Hannah Lee Cameron, NC; Lily Fein, Newton, MA; Lauren Gallaspy, Athens, GA; Perry Haas, Geneva, IL; Claire Hedden, Normal, IL; Scott Jelich, Anchorage, AK; Qwist Joseph, Fort Collins, CO; Yoonjee Kwak, Suwon, Republic of Korea; Heesoo Lee, Seoul, Korea; Steven Young Lee, Helena, MT; Iva Milovanovic, Belgrade, Serbia; Richard Nickel, Norfolk, VA; Brooks Oliver, Dallas, TX; Kyungmin Park, Seoul, Korea; Bonilyn Parker, Anchorage, AK; Chris Riccardo, Helena, MT; Melanie Sherman, Trier, Germany; Carly Slade, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Lauren Smith, Rockwall, TX; John Souter, Scranton, PA; Albion Stafford, Normal, IL; Michelle Summers, Portland, OR; Bill Wilkey, Mascot, TN; Shiyuan Xu, Hangzhou, China; Heesong Yoo, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Additional information: "Free Demonstration Workshop," Archie Bray Resident Artists, Michelle Summers & Chris Riccardo.

Thursday 10/6
Workshop: 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Artist Talks: 4:00–5:00 pm
Gonzaga University, Art Department
502 E. Boone Avenue, Spokane
www.gonzaga.edu/art
Questions? Contact Mat Rude at 406/579-9992 or e-mail rude@gonzaga.edu

Exhibition Description: Archie Bray resident show, a showcase of emerging contemporary ceramic artists from the world-renowned Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. This is always a great show with the work of young ceramic artists who will be important in the future of ceramic art. International artists from China, Serbia, Germany, South Korea, Canada, Alaska, and even Texas will also be represented in the exhibition. The "Bray" is the home of future ceramics superstars. See attached for additional info.