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Art Night Exhibit Grand Opening at The Cultural Arts Center
September 19 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
September 19, 2019 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Art Night: Exhibit Grand Opening at The Cultural Arts Center
Four New Exhibits Revealed
All exhibits are free and open to the public / family-friendly. For more information, including a full listing of exhibits and dates, please visit
www.artsglenallen.com or 804-261-ARTS
Location: The Cultural Arts Center – 2880 Mountain Road – Glen Allen, VA
Art Night at The Cultural Arts Center is the perfect way to celebrate the arts with friends while experiencing new exhibits from local and regional artists! Join us for a special grand opening featuring four new exhibits. There is no entry fee. Attendees will have access to all four of The Center’s art galleries and have a unique opportunity to mix and mingle with the artists. Plus, discover unique finds and prints in The Center’s gift shop and enjoy a wine & beer cash bar with the proceeds supporting The Center’s art outreach programs.
New exhibits include:
Mid-Atlantic Pastel Society – Juried Exhibit – Gumenick Family Gallery
Artists from around the Mid-Atlantic region highlight the beauty and versatility of pastels through this selection of works juried by nationally known artist and teacher, Lyn Asselta.
Flight of the Phoenix: Rising Through Ashes & Tides – Midway Gallery
A collection of abstract acrylic paintings inspired by the poetry of the artist, Makenna Faulk, and writer, Nora Wilson. Through vibrant and fluid composition, each piece tells the story of love, loss, and redemption.
Experience & Experiment: Fruits of a New Season – Slantwall Gallery
Richmond based artist Carlysle Vicenti pushes beyond his iconic style and self-developed technique. In this exhibit of recent works, he shows that age, aging, and creativity maintain artistic, personal & intrinsic relevance.
Bookworm – Glass Doors Gallery
Award-winning artist, Maggie Kerrigan, takes books to another level. The carefully curated titles are deconstructed and reconstructed to explore new meanings. Through hand-carving, folding, or building with paper, Maggie transforms books in surprising ways.