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Art by Jackie Reeves and Richard Neal As we struggle to remember the specifics of a certain memory, some of the edges come into focus, sharp and well defined. Other details are hazy and remain tantalizing, just beyond our grasp.... (MORE)
JUNE 1, 2019 - JULY 20, 2019




Art Gallery

NARROWS GALLERY HOURS

Wednesday – Saturday, Noon – 5:00 p.m.

The Narrows Center has two visual art galleries. Visitors enter through the Narrows’ main Gallery, a space with an impressive 210 linear feet of exhibition walls in an elegant architectural design. Morphing several times throughout the year, the main Gallery presents artwork of every medium. The Narrows Café Gallery occupies a linear wall facing Battleship Cove at the opposite end of the venue. This space is ideal for sequential unfolding of a theme and single artist shows. Having two galleries affords visitors and artists multiple opportunities to view and exhibit fine art.

The Narrows presents museum quality nationally touring exhibitions in addition to the artwork of student, local, national and international artists. “The Art of the Brick,” “Pulp Function,” “Duende: The Art of Anthony Quinn,” “Jerry Garcia Art Tour” “Petroleum Paradox: For Better or for Worse?” and “The Artwork of Richie Havens” are examples of extraordinary past touring exhibitions we’ve hosted. Docent led tours and workshops for children are integral to our visual arts programming. Since arts related activities are cost prohibitive to many, the Narrows provides free admission to the gallery during regular gallery hours. In doing so, the Narrows affords everyone a no-cost opportunity to view spectacular artwork. Concert-goers are also welcome to view the artwork on performance nights.

PAST ART GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

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2013 Exhibition: Randal Thurston on his Cabinet of Wonder installation at the Narrows Center

 

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SLOW MOTION

JUN 01 - JUL 20

Art by Jackie Reeves and Richard Neal As we struggle to remember the specifics of a certain memory, some of the edges come into focus, sharp and well defined. Other details are hazy and

(Read More)