Joking the unspeakable: No More Tears at Survival Kit

No More Tears is an exciting showcase both of local artists and an emerging curatorial talent. The show, closing this upcoming Friday, was the first show assembled for Survival Kit by Anna Tararova.  Tararova works as Gallery and Artists Opportunities Coordinator at the Morgan Conservatory. She is also a print artist who has completed fellowships at Paper Circle and Columbia […]

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Optical Delusion at Survival Kit

Kristina Kuhn is a sculptor and installation artist who is currently living and working in Cleveland. She studied sculpture and expanded media at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Since then she has gone on to participate in group shows and display her work in a handful of alternative venues. Her new, first-ever solo exhibition, Optical Delusion, encases her most recent […]

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Bay Arts’ “Presence and Projection”: Humanity at extremes and in intimacy

John W. Carlson and Douglas Max Utter  explore the ability of painting, print, and drawing to create self-sustaining worlds of feeling in their joint exhibition “Presence and Projection”. The show is ongoing at Bay Arts’ Sullivan Family Gallery, and is hosted in collaboration with HEDGE Gallery. Carlson is a painter and drawing instructor. Utter is an artist, critic, and 2013 […]

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Popeye Evolves

Popeye Gallery is very happy to announce some major changes. After three years popping up in various venues throughout the Waterloo Arts District, we’ve finally found a semi-permanent home. Beginning in September, we will begin curating regular exhibitions at Survival Kit at 78th Street Studios.   The 1500 square-foot space will allow us to feature both more artists and larger […]

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