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Cicelia Ross-Gotta: Feel Just Like Home

Cicelia Ross-Gotta: Feel Just Like Home

Cicelia Ross-GottaFeel Just Like HomeJan. 06, 2021 – Feb. 12, 2021 Is someone who lives in temporary housing still homeless? Cicelia Ross-Gotta explores this question with hand-embroidered internet reviews of the motel where a family member lived August 2016 – September 2019. Hung on cheap…

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Coulter Fussell: River Raft Quilts Series 1: Jubilee

Coulter Fussell: River Raft Quilts Series 1: Jubilee

Coulter FussellRiver Raft Quilts Series 1: Jubilee Jan. 06, 2021 – Feb. 12, 2021 Using textiles and associated stories of entrapment/escape donated to their studio, Coulter Fussell hand-sews “River Raft Quilts” with those materials, thereby setting the stories free on a conceptual path to redemption and…

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Raw Feelings Create Pretty Words: Taylor Diem Interviewed by Kayla Johnson

Raw Feelings Create Pretty Words: Taylor Diem Interviewed by Kayla Johnson

Kayla Johnson I love the idea of re-contextualizing other people’s images or artwork because it challenges notions of what art can be, as seen by artists such as Andy Warhol and Sherry Levine. What types of images do you look for and where? Taylor Diem…

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5Q’s with Tracy Fish

5Q’s with Tracy Fish

In November, Reno-based photograper and educator Tracy Fish exhibited her recent work, Untitled Self-Portrait with Milkweed Pods at the HP Window Gallery. This gave us the opportunity to touch base with her during this time of COVID-19. We got to chat about her photography process, her relationship…

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In Their Hungers: Zine

In Their Hungers: Zine

To view the accompanying zine from In Their Hungers, with short research essays and notes about predator/prey relationships, please click here 

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Homebodies No. 16 – Denali Lowder

Homebodies No. 16 – Denali Lowder

The Homebodies series explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. For this edition, we take a peek into the collection of long-time friend and multi-talented local artist/caterpillar wrangler,…

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A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed

A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed

A Claiming, Which Cannot Be TamedSep. 01 – Oct. 23, 2020 A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed, brings together four artists within different trajectories of their practice and careers. This includes Fawn Douglas, Tiffany Lin, Erick Mendel, and César Piedra. They are all protagonists in…

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Homebodies no. 15 – Brett Van Hoesen

Homebodies no. 15 – Brett Van Hoesen

The Homebodies series explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. Former art and art history students of the University of Nevada, Reno will definitely know our next tour…

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Homebodies no. 14 – Hanna Kaplan

Homebodies no. 14 – Hanna Kaplan

The Homebodies series explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. For a few posts, we’ve asked members of our gallery committee for a tour. Now up – Hanna…

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5Q’s with Erick Medel

5Q’s with Erick Medel

In this edition of 5 Q’s, we are thrilled to catch up with Los Angeles based artist, Erick Medel. We asked him about life after graduation, the development of his embroidery practice, and what he is consuming while practicing social distancing. You can currently see…

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