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Ed Woodham Artist Talk

POSTED ON 10.18.2017

Each year, the students at the University of Virginia pool their money together to bring an exceptional artist or amazing art event to UVA Grounds and beyond through our student run, UVA Arts Board Committee. This year, in collaboration with the Visual Studio Arts Program, the students have invited artist and Art in Odd Places founder & director, Ed Woodham to help us oversee: Art in Odd Places 2018: MATTER in Charlottesville. Art in Odd Places has placed visual and performance art in unexpected public spaces in NYC and beyond since 2005.

AiOP MATTER will take place on Thursday, April 5, 2018 on the grounds of the University of Virginia and Friday, April 6, 2018 on the Down Town Mall in Charlottesville (West Main Street from 2nd to 5th Streets).

Leading Artist, Ed Woodham, will give a talk on Wednesday, October 25th at Second Street Gallery. 

This talk is FREE and open to the public. 

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Pop Up Salon with FUCC

POSTED ON 10.11.2017

Second Street Gallery welcomes artists from the Femme Union of C'ville Creatives for a special workshop and pop-up salon.

The artists will gather in the gallery to create and showcase their art on Saturday, October 21st from 12 - 5 PM. Artwork from members of FUCC will also available for purchase at this time.

The event is FREE and we encourage everyone to stop by and watch the the artists work.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to take home a great work of art and watch artists create alongside Second Street Gallery's current exhibition of work by Paul Brainard and Peter Benedetti. 

Thank you to everyone who reached out to us about participating in the event as a working artist in the space. 

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SSG At The Current Art Fair

POSTED ON 9.20.2017

Second Street Gallery is excited to make its debut at this year’s Current Art Fair.  The Current Art Fair will be held September 28 - October 1, 2017  at  Main Street Station, Richmond, VA. The gallery will be exhibiting work by Stacey Evans, Michael Fitts, Aimee McDavitt, Steve Taylor, Sarah Boyts Yoder, Cate West Zahl. Additional details may be found on The Current Art Fair website: http://www.currentrichmond.com/
 

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Free Family Art Day on September 23rd

POSTED ON 9.20.2017

On Saturday Sept. 23rd SSG will open up the gallery to families focusing on providing art-making activities for children. The theme this year is “Made with Love” in honor of our strong community. There will be a number of local artists (Sarah Boyts Yoder, Susan Northington, Michelle Gagliano, Aaron Eichorst, Sally McDowell, Ailey Greig, and Lou Haney), on hand to assist with the art-making stations such as painting a large canvas mural, making heart mandalas with found objects, and printing with shapes to make post cards to send to loved ones. Family Art Day is a fantastic community event, free and open to the public. Come and join us for our 13th annual celebration of bringing families together in the gallery to embrace artwork and fun!

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