New City Arts presents "Neighbors," work by 18 Charlottesville artists at The WVTF and Radio IQ Studio Gallery, in partnership with the UVA Institute for the Humanities & Global Cultures' Humanities Week and UVA Arts.
Artists include Rosamond Casey, Zoe Cohen, Charlene Cross, Brittany Fan, Aaron Farrington, Kirsten Hemrich, Kim Kelley-Wagner, Lana Lambert, Joanna Mullen, Chicho Lorenzo, Aidyn Mills, Tim Michel, Sarah Miller, Tobiah Mundt, Charles Peale, Laura Snyder, Ryan Trott and Laura Wooten.
A neighbor is most commonly someone we see everyday from our front porch, on our commutes, and in our community. Close proximity is inherent in the definition of a neighbor. The work in this exhibit explores next door neighbors, neighboring counties, potential neighbors, and even extraterrestrial neighbors. Together, these artists address the idea of place— the people, planets, yards, restaurants, objects, language, and landscapes that connect (or disconnect) us from community.
Presented by NPR, WVTF, Radio IQ, UVA Arts and New City Arts, our exhibit opening reception is sponsored by Feast! and Bold Rock Hard Cider. The WVTF and Radio IQ Studio Gallery is located at 216 W. Water Street.
Image courtesy of Lana Lambert and Joanna Mullen: Spudnuts
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