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Art31: Borrowed Light exhibitions

March 3 @ 6:30 pm - April 16 @ 4:00 pm

$3

Art31: Borrowed Light provides a platform for artists working with light-based installations to collaborate and experiment in the galleries and on the campus of A&H. Borrowed Light will present a comprehensive study of light as art, bringing nationally renowned artists together for the first time. Several of the artists will use cutting-edge technology to push the boundaries of materials and creativity.

This year’s artists include:

unnamed-5Stephen Knapp
The curator of Boise Art Museum describes Stephen Knapp’s lightpaintings as existing “at the intersection of abstract painting, sculpture and technology.” The artist creates installations using white light, glass treated with coatings that refract and reflect light, arranged to present a colorful experience that surrounds visitors, and differs with each exhibition.

IMG_1998Deanna Morse
A 2016 A&H Artist-in-Residence, Morse will return to create a personal experience with video and music for visitors to A&H’s galleries, using time-lapse footage taken on our campus. It will show how natural light interplays with campus structures throughout the day. Her work has been on Sesame Street and in museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ryan Buyssens
Buyssens is a sculpture instructor at the University of Central Florida, and an internationally shown artist working with 3D printers, laser-cutting, and other machinery to create technologically-advanced art structures. He will create an installation tentatively titled Chromactive: an interactive color experience in gallery 4.


Gallery Hours
Tuesday – Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm
*Closed Major Holidays

Admission
Adults:$3.00
Seniors (55+) & Kids (4-18): $2.00
A&H Members & Children (3 & under): FREE

Details

Start:
March 3 @ 6:30 pm
End:
April 16 @ 4:00 pm
Cost:
$3

Venue

Maitland Art Center
231 W. Packwood Avenue
Maitland, FL 32751 United States
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Phone:
(407) 539-2181