November 13 - November 21, 2020.
Opening: November 13, 7-9pm @ Gallery Factory
Gallery Hours: 12-5pm Thurs, Fri, Sat or by appt
OPENING RECEPTION: 7-9pm on Friday, November 13, 2020 at the Gallery Factory with safety precautions (see details below). Facebook event here.
GALLERY HOURS: 12-5pm Thurs, Fri, and Saturdays or by appt (612-743-6664) November 13 through November 21, 2020, with safety measures in place (see below for details). Find directions and a map on our website here.
COVID-19 Note: Masks must be worn! In light of safety concerns, we will be practicing social distancing, limiting to ten people in the gallery at one time, supplying masks to those who do not have, and spraying down/sanitizing frequently. Please contact us with questions or to make a private appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-743-6664.
Shayna Allen was born in Colorado Springs, CO in 1997. In 2005, Allen moved to Craig, CO, a rural town on the Western Slope of Colorado. Allen grew up white water rafting, camping, hiking, and fishing. It was growing up primarily in rural Colorado that sparked her love of the outdoors. Allen graduated from Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado in 2020 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in both K-12 Art Education and Studio Art with an emphasis in sculpture. At Colorado Mesa University she discovered her love of mold making and metal casting. Allen is a formalist abstract sculptor working primarily in cast iron and bronze. You can find Shayna's work on her website here.
Maddie Granlund is an interdisciplinary performance artist from working between Minnesota and Glasgow. She has a Bachelor of Art degree in Contemporary Performance Practice from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is interested in meshing organic and digital materialities in performance to explore be-ing and its speculative futures. Through ecological theory embedded into live art, she hopes to make work that prompts humans to consider what liveness is at this time in the world when decay and destruction feel imminent. Maddie aims to expose the deep entanglement of the world through her work and consider how we can embody these entanglements in urgent opposition to divisive and oppressive structures. Maddie has recently worked with Ultimate Dancer, has previously produced and devised works presented at the Minnesota Fringe Festival, and engaged in a professional placement with the Work Room. Maddie has also undertaken two residencies at Glasgow primary schools facilitating performance workshops with young people. You can find Maddie's work on her website here.
Jill Stauffer is an interdisciplinary artist from Pembroke Pines, FL and Wakefield, RI. She holds a BA in Studio Art and Architectural Studies from from Middlebury College. She seeks to create experiential and interactive installations inspired by the plants and coasts of her hometowns. You can find Jill's work on her instagram here.
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