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Openings at Moberg, Anderson, Viaduct

F R I D A Y September 5:

5 PM - Moberg - Works on Paper Exhibit

62 artists will be participating and more than 300 artworks will be exhibited throughout the gallery. Aaron Wilson and Tim Dooley of Midwest Pressed will be creating original screen printed artworks and Asa Wentzel Fisher of Whole Hog Press will be demonstrating his mastery in lithography during the opening.

6 PM - Anderson Gallery - whatever returns from oblivion (for Louise Glück) Charles Matson Lume

Charles Matson Lume will discuss his work at 6:30 in room 336 (third floor Harmon Fine Arts Center)

7 PM - Viaduct Gallery - Drive

Features all Iowa artists, including Deb Anders-Bond, Nicole Dyar, Cynthia Griggs, Jim Heemstra, Nick Lapole, Lucas Moser, Eric Piatkowski, Amy Putney-Keonig, Amanda Rhoads, Lindley Warren, and Taylor Yocom.

D E A D L I N E S:

Greater Des Moines Exhibited 21 Polk County Heritage Gallery, Des Moines IADEADLINE September 22

“go figure” Black Earth Gallery, Cedar Rapids IA DEADLINE October 7

Small Works Show The Chait Galleries Downtown, Iowa City DEADLINE October 10

Ames is 150 Ames IA DEADLINE October 31st

Iowa Arts Council DEADLINE November 3


‘whatever returns from oblivion (for Louise Glück),’ is a new site-specific installation by St. Paul-based artist Charles Matson Lume. (Source)

Rachel Buse