Friday, December 05, 2008

Taste of Many Cultures

The MultiCultural Development Center (MCDC) and Cub Foods are pleased to partner together to present the annual Taste of Many Cultures, featuring more entertainment, more authentic multicultural food and more opportunities to learn about the cultures in our global community.

Ethnic dress encouraged!

The Depot
300 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN

Thursday, December 11

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Cache This Weekend!

Spice up this November weekend enjoying the bounty of the Casket Arts Building in the heart of NE Mpls. Local artists show their collection of jewels, textiles, glass, pottery, photography & sculpture. Enjoy wine, food & live jazz by InsideOut. It’s a treasure excursion worthy of a date night.

Casket Arts Building
681 17th Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN

Nov. 22nd 6-9pm
Nov. 23rd 11-4pm

Hope to see you then!

Monday, November 17, 2008

Original Sculpture Missing from Q.arma Building

On Saturday Nov. 14 or Sunday Nov. 15, this sculpture was taken from Gallery Q (first floor). It is a wood carved original on a wood and stone base approx 16 inches high.

If you have any information, please contact Kevin Showell 612.229.0787 or

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

NEMAA Fall Fine Arts Show

It's time for NEMAA's 9th annual Fall Fine Arts Show, an exciting showcase of over 150 member artists who live and work in Northeast Minneapolis. See painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture and much more at the metro area's largest group show.

The Grainbelt Bottling House
79 NE 13th Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55418

Saturday, November 15th @ 12-6pm
Sunday, November 16th @ 12-3pm

Opening Reception
Friday, November 14th @ 6-10pm

Come before 8pm on Friday to vote for Rabi's piece for NEMAA’s "People's Choice" Award.

Friday, October 31, 2008

Mshale Article

Rabi was recently interviewed for an article in Mshale, the local African community newspaper. Check it out: Burkinabé Artist Finds Talent in Sculpting.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Todd Peterson

Earlier this summer, Rabi was presented with an AWESOME gift from fellow artist and friend Todd Peterson. Todd is a staple at the Q.arma Building and is often in the Altered Esthetics' juried monthly exhibits.

Let's just say Rabi was extremely excited and touched by this amazing gesture. Thank you Todd!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

St Paul Art Crawl This Weekend

Be sure to visit the St Paul Art Crawl this weekend! Rabi will be in a new location: Lift Kids, a non-profit that builds villages in developing countries.

Lift Kids
508 Jackson St
St Paul, MN 55101

Friday October 10, 6-10 pm
Saturday October 11, 2-10 pm
Sunday October 12, 12-5 pm

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


This exhibition of 3-dimensional art fills the galleries at The Phipps Center for the Arts. Sculptures in the show range in size from small tabletop pieces to large, free-standing constructions, to comprehensive installations. Various media are represented including bronze, stone, fabricated metal, ceramic, glass, and wood.

Wayne Potratz, professor, and Guy Baldwin, professor emeritus, both from the art department of the University of Minnesota, are jurors for the exhibition and will present awards for the top sculptures at the opening reception.

The Society of Minnesota Sculptors was founded in 1943 by a group of prominent art educators in Minneapolis. Since then it has grown to over 75 members throughout the state. The society's mission is to encourage and help member sculptors do their best work, achieve recognition, and feel gratification from what they create.

The Phipps Center for the Arts
109 Locust St
Hudson, WI 54016

October 3 - November 16

Gallery Hours
9:00am-4:30pm daily
12-4:30pm Sunday

Opening Reception
Sunday, October 5 @2-4pm

*source (sors, s rs)Noun1. The point at which something springs into being or from which it derives or is obtained. 2. The point of origin, such as a spring, of a stream or river. 3. One that causes, creates, or initiates; a maker.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Ant in 360 Degrees

Thanks to MPR and Preston Wright!

Monday, September 08, 2008

Books for Africa 20th Anniversary Gala

Books For Africa will celebrate 20 years of service and the shipment of 20 million books to the children of Africa.

The evening will feature hors d'oeuvres and a full dinner, as well as an African fashion show, African music, and Rabi will participate in a market with African wares. Ambassadors and representatives from about 38 African countries will also add to the international atmosphere.

your tickets today!

Minnesota History Center
345 Kellogg Blvd. West
St. Paul, MN 55102

Friday, September 12

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Come See the Ant

Here it is! The Industrious Cooperative Ant. It is on display now at the MN State Fair through Labor Day. Rabi was commissioned to create the sculpture for the DNR's Adopt-a-River program. Many of the parts were found during the Great Mississippi Riverboat Cleanup.

To see more pictures, check out the Ant's photo gallery.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Back in the Day Rent Party Tonight!

Come support TAWU this evening from 8pm-1am!

Your Place or Mine
1832 Columbus Avenue
(Parking Across the Street)

An adult evening of Music Dance and FUN!
Featuring R&B, Funk and Soul Music from the 60’s and 70’sRefreshments too!

*Dance Contest - Do all the old Dances
*Costume Contest - Dress for the times

This party will be sponsored by the TAWU Artist Group and contest winners will receive original artwork from the artists.

$10 at the door

Monday, August 18, 2008

Northern Exposure

Rabi will be participating in this exhibit. Stop on by!

Northern Exposure
An Exhibition of Twin Cities Contemporary Art

Highland Bank Court
811 LaSalle Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55402

August 23-September 7, 2008

Exhibition Hours

Opening Reception
Saturday, August 30th

Music by Cazadores with David Monson & Paul Miksic

Sunday, August 10, 2008

The Industrious Cooperative Ant

The Great MN Get-Together (ie MN State Fair) is starting soon. I can't give you a sneak peak of the sculpture yet (I haven't even seen the final product), but here's the text for the artist's interpretive panel:

Commissioned by Minnesota DNR as a tribute to 75,000 volunteers who have removed over five million pounds of rubbish from Minnesota’s public waters since 1989.

Sculptor Rabi Sanfo has combined artistic talent with technical and engineering skills, and has received high praise at recent sculpture contests. He has participated in exhibitions around Minnesota as well as Chicago, Illinois. One of his pieces has even found its way to India. As Rabi has described his work, “By the magic of bending, grinding and welding, I try to give inspirations a form, an expression and a touch of life so when I get lost in deep contemplation, I feel like they are living.” Rabi has described this year’s sculpture as follows:

“During the Great Mississippi Riverboat Cleanup (June 12, 2008), many people cleaned the river as a community. Cleaning the Mississippi riverbank in Lilydale, near downtown Saint Paul, my group removed a rusting, half-buried wheelbarrow. It reminded me of an ant’s head. Underneath the piece there were ants. At this point, I knew I would be creating an ant for my sculpture. I chose every piece after I found the wheelbarrow to help build the ant, including a gas cylinder and a steel pot. Ants live in community and build everything in this community in an organized way. If people did the same, the environment would be better.”

“When these pieces are garbage along the river, people don’t’ like them. Once you put them together and create something, people like them. In my home country of Burkina Faso (West Africa), people do not throw things away. They always try to find a way to repair items or they transform them into other useable objects. They reuse everything, down to nails and screws. This has inspired me to do found-object art here in the United States, combined with my metal sculptures. When I create found object art, I talk to the parts and tell them that I am giving them a new life, a life where people are going to like them, instead of having them sit somewhere in a landfill or on a riverbank.”

The materials for this work, except for the supporting structure, have been gathered from rubbish removed both in the riverboat cleanup and a large flood plain cleanup in Belle Plaine, along the Minnesota River (southwest of the metro area).

Thursday, August 07, 2008


Rabi and "Armageddon"

Thanks to Jayme Halbritter! Check out his work; he's in the Q.arma Bldg too!

Gallery Grooves Tonight!

The Rake, D.E.M.O., KBEM Jazz 88 and MT Global Wines bring you:

Gallery Grooves
Pan African Fest Art & Jazz Party

Join us a for a special Gallery Grooves - The Pan African Fest Art & Jazz Party at Altered Esthetics Gallery. This is the an official event of the Twin Cities Pan African Music Festival and will feature art by Rabi, the latest international group exhibit at Altered Esthetics "The Revolution will not be Televised," live music and good conversation.

Altered Esthetics
1224 Quincy Street NE
Minneapolis, MN

Thursday, August 7th

7 p.m. Drums and Art Ensemble
8 p.m. Jazz and World Music by Guitarist John Penny

Friday, August 01, 2008

Loring Park Art Festival This Weekend!

Hope you can join us at the Loring Park Art Festival! Festival goers will enjoy two days of art provided by 140 artists that have been juried into the festival to assure high quality artwork in all media. Art at the festival includes; oil painting, watercolors, handmade paper, sculpture, textiles, photography, glass, ceramics, jewelry, mixed-media, wood, printmaking and more. There are a variety of price ranges with the goal being “something for everyone.”

In addition to art, visitors will enjoy family events, food, music and unique entertainment around the walking paths and ponds of Loring Park—an idyllic setting for an outdoor art festival.

Loring Park
Oak Grove Street and Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
Booth #138

Saturday, August 2nd @ 10am - 6pm
Sunday, August 3rd @ 10am - 5pm

Friday, July 25, 2008

FLOW this Saturday

FLOW down West Broadway to see Northside visual and performing art for the whole family. Art-making activities...drill team and dance performances...human chess performances...Let it FLOW: Talent Show music...and art installation with over 100 Northside artists!

FLOW is a celebration of all that is great on the Northside...the talent and aspirations of our young people, the wisdom and insight of our elders, the beauty and depth that comes from our artists, the rhythm and vibrancy of our music...and the power of transformation that is underway in our community.

Bean Scene
2220 West Broadway
Minneapolis, MN 55411

July 26, 2008

Monday, July 21, 2008

Armageddon: The Last Stand

Rabi was awarded Second Place and Scrappy's Choice in the Small Sculpture Category at the 8th Annual American Iron Metal Sculpture Competition, which is part of the 2008 Minneapolis Aquatennial celebration.

As part of the competition, all artists have 1 hour to select their materials from the grounds of American Iron.

The sculpture will be on public display Tuesday and Wednesday, July 22nd and 23rd, on Nicollet Mall in front of the IDS Crystal Court (717 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis). All entries will eventually be posted on the American Iron site.

Please stop by the IDS Crystal Court from 10:30am-6pm if you get a chance or visit our photo gallery for more pictures of the piece.

Rabi with "Armageddon: The Last Stand"

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Stone Arch Interview

Thanks everyone for the great weekend at the Stone Arch Festival! Be sure to check out Rabi's interview on Channel 5 KSTP. The hits of the weekend were his larger pieces including the Neanderthal, Spinny Bird and Spider.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Great Mississippi Riverboat Cleanup

Here are some pics from yesterday's Adopt-a-River cleanup. Rabi has an idea in mind for the sculpture but you'll just have to come to the State Fair to see!

Friday, June 06, 2008

Stone Arch Festival of the Arts 2008

Hope you can join us at the Stone Arch Festival! It will feature 250+ juried artists' booths; 5 performance stages for music; Culinary Arts Quarter; Art of the Car Display; Youth Arts Quarter.

Father Hennepin Park
Minneapolis Riverfront District
St. Anthony Main
Booth #180

Saturday & Sunday, June 14-15

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Adopt-a-River Sculpture

Although not officially confirmed, it looks like the Adopt-a-River program will commission Rabi to create an outdoor sculpture to be displayed at the MN State Fair this year. This is the 15th year that a sculpture will be located at the DNR's State Fair Building.

Rabi will therefore be participating in the 17th Annual Great Mississippi Riverboat Cleanup. It is during this cleanup that he will select the materials for this sculpture.

You're invited to join as well!

Thursday, June 12th, 2008
8:30am - 1:00pm

Boarding of the Anson Northrup
Padelford Landing
Harriet Island
St. Paul
8:30am- 8:45am

Participants will be disbursed along the river banks for the cleanup. Volunteers should remember to dress appropriately for hard work along the river in rain or shine. This cleanup is recommended for children over age 11 with proper adult supervision. Bags and gloves will be supplied. This is a free event with live music, lunch, and door prizes!

To receive registration materials or additional information contact Paul Nordell at (651) 259-5630 or Megan Godbold at (651) 259-5620 or e-mail
Photo from 2000 cleanup.

Monday, June 02, 2008

Revisions of the American Dream

In our nation today, the desire to live the "American dream" means something much different, and fundamentally more diverse than ever for the average citizen. The once highly-held values of a white picket fence, a nuclear family, a stay-at-home Mom and a get-it-done Dad are now vestigial if not irrelevant in the contemporary pursuit of Freedom and Happiness.

"Revisions of the American Dream" is a one-month exhibition of artists from all over the nation that will explore these concepts. We invite you to join us in our visual investigation.
3441 Cedar Ave. S.
Minneapolis , MN 55407

Opening Reception
June 6 at 7pm

Exhibition Open
June 6 – July 7

Sunday, June 01, 2008

Art on the Lake 2008

We hope to see you at the 28th annual Excelsior Art on the Lake this coming weekend. This is our first time participating in this art fair. It will showcase 198 juried artists in 14 mediums.

Excelsior Commons
Lake Minnetonka
Booth #181
Located 10 minutes west of I-494 on Hwy 7

Saturday, June 7 at 10am-6pm
Sunday, June 8 at 10am-4pm

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

We've Expanded!

We pulled it off just in time for Art-A-Whirl! Our space in Studio B25 was just too small for all of Rabi's tools and creations. If you've visited recently, you will know what I mean. We should have had a sign that said "Enter at your own risk."

But now, we have the workshop area and a showroom. Rabi is working full time on his art so stop by anytime!

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Tentative AAW Schedule

Beyond featuring over 80 artists for the upcoming Art-A-Whirl, the Q.arma Building will be hosting the following on Saturday, May 17th:

12pm: Bankrupt In Panama (other-worldly improbable improvisation)
2pm: Until The End (supremely talented and inspired acoustic guitars)
4pm: Captain Yonder (“hallucinatory-country that’s woozy and creepy”)
6pm: Breaksea Caravel (dark theatrical orchestra)

Lutefisk Sushi C Show
Live drawing jam sessions, demos, and more at
Altered Esthetics

Pottery Demonstrations
By fellow artists Anthony and Nick

Movies, Brats and a Bonfire
Weather permitting. The lights go down, the film starts up. We’ll be showing Barnstormers, a delightful short film showing many artists painting on the side of an old barn, and Baraka a stunning view of our world.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Thanks everyone for braving the MN weather and supporting us during this spring's Art Crawl. Now on to our hood's Art-A-Whirl and hopefully warmer temps!

Rabi and fellow artist Hillary at the St Paul Art Crawl.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Upcoming St Paul Art Crawl

The St Paul Art Crawl is a few weeks away. Please join us for your spring shopping!

Crane Ordway
Community Room
281 E 5th St
St Paul, MN 55401
(#9 on map)

Friday, April 25 at 6-10 pm
Saturday, April 26 at 2-10 pm
Sunday, April 27 at 12-5 pm

Hope to see you then!

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Facebook Fan

Are you on Facebook?

If so, check out the Yarbi Design page and become a fan!

Thursday, April 03, 2008

3rd Annual Westonka Horticulture Day

Garden and Landscape Vendor Fair open to the public.

Mound Westonka High School
5905 Sunnyfield Rd
Mound, MN 55364

April 5, 2008

Spinny Bird
Found Objects

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Artist Statement

My art is contemporary African art inspired by my country, Burkina Faso, and Africa in general. Through my art, I want to share the rich and impressive history and culture of West Africa.

The shapes of my sculptures, furniture and decorative objects are inspired by words, stories, fables and situations that come into my mind, and my culture. By the magic of bending, grinding and welding, I try to give these inspirations a form, an expression and a touch of life so when I get lost in a deep contemplation, I feel like they are living.

• • •

Je fais un art contemporain Africain qui m’est inspire par mon pays le BURKINA FASO et par l’Afrique en général. A traves mes œuvres, je voudrais partager les riches et impressionnantes histoires et la culture de l’Afrique de l’ouest.

Les lignes et formes des mes pièces me sont inspirées par ma culture, des mots, des histoires et fables qui me viennent a l’esprit. Par la magie du pliage, du meulage et du soudage, j’essaie de leur donner une forme, une expression et une touche de vie pour que quant je me perds dans un profonde regard, que je les sente vivre.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Re-Purpose Art Show

Re-Purpose means: re-think, re-use, re-build, re-vive. We aim to answer the questions of “Where does it come from?” and “Where does it go?” All artwork participating in the show contains 75% or more re-used materials.

AZ Gallery
Northern Warehouse Building
308 Prince St #130
St Paul , MN 55101

Opening Reception
April 4, 2008

Exhibition Open
April 4 – 20, 2008

Gallery Hours
Fridays: 5-8pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 10am-2pm

Found objects
9.5 x 3.5 x 4.5

Saturday, March 01, 2008

Contributions: African Risk and Responsibility in Minnesota

Contributions: African Risk and Responsibility in Minnesota

Obsidian Arts
734 E Lake Street # 220
Minneapolis, MN 55407

March 1st-May 31st, 2008

Opening Reception
Saturday, March 1

Participating Artists
Aziz Osman, Koffi Mbairamadji, Rabi Sanfo, Blandine Wolesse, Benjamin Kofi, and Constant Kpami

Community Discussion
"The State of Africans in Minnesota"
Saturday, May 17

Film Series
Thursdays at 7pm

March 13
"Le Mediateur"

March 20
"Bruly Bouabre's Alphabet"

March 27
"Photo Souvenir"

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Bronze Training in Ouagadougou

Rabi and his twin brother Philippe participated in a bronze training during our recent visit to Ouaga. Their schoolmates Hamidou and Harouna are bronziers at the Village Artisanal de Ouagadougou. With Hamidou and Harouna's patience and guidance, they learned the lost-wax casting process.

If you're in the neighborhood, give them a call at 76-67-31-08 or 76-04-77-32. Merci beaucoup Hamidou et Harouna!

Monday, February 25, 2008

Spiritual Art Delivered

"You of Little Faith" travelled across the pond last month, thanks to the generosity of Nick and Rosie. It will stay on display chez Sanfo, meaning it was a gift for Rabi's mom back in Burkina Faso.

Be sure to check out this year's Spiritual Art Show. Rabi won't be participating this year, but we still want to support our dear friends!

2008 Spiritual Art Show
Salvation Army
2727 Central Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418

March 9-14

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Soul On Ice

Soul On Ice
Understanding the value and depth of Black Culture

The Soap Factory
518 2nd St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414

Feb 23 - Mar 23, 2008

Opening Reception
Saturday, Feb 23, 2008

Honoring Black History Month the Soap Factory presents the largest group exhibition on Black Culture by Minnesota artists of color.

The title was inspired by author and activist Eldridge Cleaver, from his book “Soul on Ice”, reflecting on the turbulent times of the civil rights movement from which he built a culture consciousness which is still active in our lives today.

Soul on Ice will be a rare opportunity to view an exhibition of over sixty Minnesota artists of color, an exciting and chilling art experience. The Soul on Ice exhibition will literally be a chilling new art experience, as the Soap Factory Gallery will not be heated during the run of the show. Visitors and attendees will need to bundle up wearing winter gear while viewing Stone Cold Art.

Soul On Ice is curated by Pat Phillips and the TAWU (The Art Within Us) artist group sponsored by Obsidian Arts. TAWU artists regularly develop and participate in group and individual exhibits, art-history based educational programs and events.

Artist Discussions
Obsidian Arts
734 E Lake St #220
Minneapolis, MN 55407

"The Ethical Contract and Grants and Fellowships for Artists"
Led by Ernest Bryant. Available at the discussion will be a grants package compiled by Seitu Jones.
March 8th, 2008

"Black Culture Talk"
Open discussion with community leaders on the subjects of raising culture consciousness, the future of culture through our children, and cultural leadership.
March 22nd, 2008

Soul Eater
Found objects
12.5 x 4.25

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

20th Annual Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity

For the first time, the University of St. Thomas will be giving out the Friend of the Forum and Winds of Change awards at its Multicultural Forum. Rabi created these inaugural sculptures.

St. Paul RiverCentre
175 West Kellogg Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55102

Feb 20-21, 2008

Awards presented Feb 21st at 1pm
Mother Earth

Friday, February 01, 2008

"Unity (Umoja)" Exhibit

“Unity” (Umoja)

Hennepin County Government Center
300 S Sixth St
Tunnel Gallery
Minneapolis, MN 55487

Feb 1-29, 2007
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This group exhibit, celebrating Black History Month, includes work by TAWU artists.

Thursday, January 31, 2008

900 Burkinabe Girls Thank You!

It looks like we pulled it off!! After multiple emails campaigns, Facebook posts and widgets on blogs, Friends of Burkina Faso has earned a spot in the top 4 in "America's Giving Challenge." And what a ride it's been this last week.

By 3pm EST today, the "Lambs for School" project had 1,635 donations in total, equalling $41,400. More importantly, a top 4 position guarantees the project an additional $50,000, which means this project is funded for the next 3 years! The results are not yet "official" but it's looking pretty good for FBF.

Check out the NY Times article about the Challenge. The project coordinator, Suzanne, is quoted in the article. To read a project update from 2007, check out page 10 of the Burkina Connection (which I am the editor of by the way).

Thank you very much! Barka wusugo! Merci beaucoup!

P.S. I personally think the Case Foundation should give the top 5 $50,000 since the competition was fierce. But that's just my 2 cents.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Exhibit in Chicago

We're just back from Chicago and the opening of Black Creativity 2008 at the Museum of Science and Industry. This was Rabi's first show out of Minnesota. We had a great time and met a lot of interesting artists from around the US. 115 pieces were selected out of 520 entries, so we were excited to have 2 accepted!

We are definitely interested in participating in future exhibits in Chicago, so keep us in mind!

Rabi with his pieces "Remanence 1" and "Remanence 3."

And thanks to Karen and Mat for their hospitality, even though it was a quick visit!

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

5 minutes + $10 = $50,000

As of January 10th, Friends of Burkina Faso was only 17 donors behind the 4th place cause in "America’s Giving Challenge." The race is getting tight!

Please take 5 minutes today and donate $10 to the
“Lambs for School” project. The top 4 international charities with the most unique donors will receive an additional $50,000 for their project.

Visit Suzanne's donation page today!

PS, Check out the real time fundraiser leaderboard to see where the Lambs project currently stands.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Midwest Sanctuary Coverage

If you missed the opening reception (like me!) or if you can't make it over to Altered Esthetics for the show, check out some images online!

Also, check out the review of the show on by Matt Konrad on

Can you find Rabi?

Monday, January 07, 2008

Black Creativity 2008

On January 16, 2008, the Museum of Science and Industry will open "The Magic and Science of Cinema and Television," an interactive exhibit that explores the dynamic careers, technology and star power that make your favorite news programs, television shows and blockbuster movies possible.

The exhibit will open as part of the Museum’s annual Black Creativity celebration — a 6 week program that highlights the achievements and heritage of African Americans. The annual Black Creativity program, will celebrate its 37th year in 2008. It will be supported with programming that includes a juried art exhibition (open for the duration of the exhibit), a symposium, cultural performances and educational workshops.

If you're in the Chicago area, please stop by to see “Remanence 1” and "Remanence 3". The judges of the juried art exhibit included: Jonathan Green, Faheem Majeed, Charles E. Bethea, Patrick McCoy, Jumaane N'Namdi, and Kymberly N. Pinder, Ph.d.
57th Street and Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60637

January 16-March 2, 2008

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Reminder: Opening Reception for Midwest Sanctuary

Don't forget to stop by on Friday for the opening reception of Midwest Sanctuary!

Midwest Sanctuary
Artwork by and about the diverse people of the Midwest
January 3-26, 2007
1224 Quincy St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Gallery Hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays 1 - 7pm
Saturdays 1- 5pm

Opening Reception
Friday, January 4
7pm - 10pm