Experience art and science at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery starting Feb. 7. Come for opening reception, some nosh and lots of good conversation with artists and art enthusiasts.
Alice C. Sabatini Gallery staff members Brea Black and Zan Popp teach Altered Book Workshops every fall. Participants are given a book that has outlived its useful life and been discarded. They are then given the challenge of making that book into a work of art.
Red: Discover the Power of Color is an exhibit that invites you to share what responses you have to this primary color and provides a deeper understanding of the many conflicting meanings and interpretations of the color. Red can both attract and repeal, for example. Find out why this is one exhibit at the Sabatini Gallery you won’t want to miss.
From NYC to NOTO, an art installation that’s sure to wow you is coming to a NOTO art gallery. And, you can help make community art. Find out how used clothing will be used in a big art installation piece.
Follow the trail of stitching to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery for the Material Conversations art competition, Aug. 2 through Sept. 22. One trip in will forever change your definition of what quilting is. “These aren’t your grandma’s patchwork quilts,” said Sherry Best. “These intricately designed, contemporary wall hangings reflect an edgier side of quilting. […]
Pretty soon everybody will be asking “what’s the story with the painted piano outside the library?” Well here you go. Be the first to know how this painted piano project came about and why it matters.
While unpacking the art for our next exhibit, I found a dead silverfish on one of the paintings. The big question: was it supposed to be there?
We’re taking you underground at the 12th annual art exhibit for children. See extraordinary artwork inspired by bugs – and sometimes made out of bugs. Ewwww! Come see it and be amazed, and hopefully not too creep-ed out.
Here’s a behind the scenes looks at our 12th Annual Art Exhibit for Children, Unearthed.
If a child has made your day with art, we want to share it with the world.
This is a big accomplishment. Instead of playing a stately piece over and over, let’s step things up! We came for the ceremony, not an organ recital.