Liberty Arts kicks off the 2012 season with a community art project called “Anicca – 500 Hours Of Art.”
Anicca (pronounced /əˈnik ə/) is a Pali word used in Buddhism referring to the belief that all things, including the self, are impermanent and constantly changing.
For this exhibition, we will tape off the walls of the gallery, provide a diverse collection of art materials and invite the public to come in and draw, write, paint, and sketch directly on the walls.
Therefore, the community is actually creating the show, which is ever changing over the course of its three-week run (i.e. 500 hours).
Of course, once the run is over, we will repaint the walls of the gallery to prepare for the next exhibit – which is where the whole “impermanence” thing come into play.
Opening “Paintbrush” Party
(Walls will be blank, ready to adorn)
Friday, January 20, 2012
Closing “White Roller” Party
(Now-adorned walls on full display…until we break out the white paint rollers)
Friday, February 10, 2012
This creative community event is made possible by a generous grant from:
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