FIRST FRIDAY | MARCH 3, 2017 | 5 PM TO 8 PM
March at Cottonwood will focus on artwork themed around the human form. This all-media juried show asked artists to represent the figure as a way to express a reality, an aesthetic, or a story. Pieces created explore sense of self, culture, or identity.
As part of the skin I live in, local musician mobdividual will perform during the opening. mobdividual is a one-person project started by Brian Elyo. He began playing, writing and recording multi-track delay/reverb-heavy instrumental experimental noise music around 1998. The resulting sound is often described as avant garde, shoegaze, ambient post-rock or ambient-doom. For more on Elyo and mobdividual, visit mobdividual.com and watch a live, in-studio performance at library 21c.
In addition, Textiles West, located in studio 235 inside Cottonwood, will host its first Pop-Up Shop, featuring wares from Solomon Words, Michelle Tozier and Ruth Chandler. The Pop-Up Shop will run March 3, 4 pm to 8 pm and March 4, 10 am to 4 pm. Click here for more information.
Lastly, catch works by Cottonwood artists Lisa Fabiano, Nancy Leonard and Cass Mullane at First Congregational Church (20 E. St. Vrain St.) as part of a Lent exhibit, also opening from 5 pm to 8 pm on March 3. Those pieces will be on display through the end of the month.
These events are made possible by support from Colorado Creative Industries.