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Iridescence

July 17th, 2021 – July 31st, 2022
The Louisiana Art and Science Museum
Downtown Baton Rouge, LA

Iridescence

The Louisiana Art and Science Museum (LASM) in Baton Rouge is currently hosting an exhibition on Iridescence. The LASM has a virtual tour as well as regular open hours for in person viewing.

Colette Copeland: My Jesse James Adventure at Old Jail Art Center

June 04th, 2022 – August 20th, 2022
Old Jail Art Center
Albany, TX

Colette Copeland: My Jesse James Adventure at Old Jail Art Center

Colette Copeland's fascination with Jesse James stems from childhood family lore and tales of her blood kinship to the notorious outlaw Jesse James which manifested into an art project. Copeland's ongoing project, My Jesse James Adventure, goes beyond the personal connections through heritage. It examines...

In The Steps of an Outlaw – Colette Copeland's My Jesse James Adventure at Jody Klotz Fine Art

June 07th, 2022 – August 31st, 2022
Jody Klotz Fine Art
Abilene, TX

In The Steps of an Outlaw – Colette Copeland's My Jesse James Adventure at Jody Klotz Fine Art

Art and history collide in an exciting and engaging exhibition this summer at Jody Klotz Fine Art in Abilene, Texas. The gallery will have two series of etchings by the prolific Dallas-based artist Colette Copeland from her project entitled My Jesse James Adventure. In a...

August 30th, 2022 – October 25th, 2022
La Luz Workshops
Minneapolis, MN

Portrait, Intimacy & The Long Term Project, Online Workshop with Rania Matar & Special Guest Sian Davey

During this eight-week workshop students will work on a long term project that focuses on portraiture and working intimately with people. We will explore the camera as a tool for the visual investigation of contemporary issues and the process of telling personal stories through pictures. We...

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