A community or group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope… and O1ARTS holds the value of community dear. As our #migratingmural project has been a major collaborative effort with The Monarch, Weber State, Weber County, The Ogden Nature Center and others, we are delighted to host the most community-centric exhibition at our
O1ARTS is pleased to present a unique multi-disciplinary arts experience, CALLIGRAFFITI, to be mounted at #O1PLATFORMS, for July and August: The Calligraffiti project attempts to leverage the written word through writing that has been aesthetically altered – potentially (presumably) adding layers beyond the words’ literal meaning. We have provided poetry written
X-hibition @ O1ARTS | PLATFORMS (25th St at Adams Ave.) Opens: Wed. May 17, Reception 6:00 – 7:30pm Second reception: Friday June 2, during First Friday Art Stroll Closes: June 18 Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1798253266855092/ Curator’s Statement: In honor of and collaboration with TEDx-Ogden, O1ARTS is pleased to announce X-hibition,
This proposed exhibit, (currently anticipated Spring 2020) will be a selection of works loaned (in partnership) by the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum in Logan. The loan will consist of 20+ works from Utah’s 50×50 allotment of the Herb & Dorothy Vogel Collection, featuring some of the 20th century’s most influential
MOMENTS is a one-night experimental art event showcasing performative, ephemeral, temporary, sound and light-based art. MOMENTS will reinforce and elevate Ogden’s May 5 First Friday Art Stroll with work from more than 20 local and national artists: video projections, dance performances, music, temporary installations, light-based sculpture, participatory art projects, and
Ogden First is excited to announce the opening of our 2017 season at PLATFORMS, our unique gallery-without-walls at the corner of 25th and Adams Ave. PLATFORMS is adding new equipment to enable it to show 2D work (think of a steel volleyball net). #5womenartists created works based on the “matrix”
Large-Scale sculptures in wood, concrete, metal and more by local and area sculptors. Featuring Adam Bateman Jason Manley Stephen Wolochowicz Adam Smith Bruce Case Ethan Barley WSU Students: Vivian Arthus, Jaden Dedman, Lo Lon Lei, and Sheila Winterbottom.