Wars cause corrosive memories that take a very long time to work through. But they also resonate, in higher rates of physical and mental illness. Hiba Jameel is an Iraqi American who lived through the gulf war, she was 8 at the time. Each painting is a vivid mental Polaroids that is embedded in her memory from the war. Her works elicits the question: when it comes to military intervention how does a “liberated” society live in relation to the global community while living in a constant rupture of suppressed wartime anxieties.
Hiba’s Show is in coordination with Don Wesley; an army veteran who kept a visual count of the US soldiers lost in Iraq by using his skills as a painter to express both his grief and honor for the fallen.
The shows are up through March 24th
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 to 6pm
The A/NT Gallery board of directors has decided to change the monthly Artists Community Meeting to a quarterly event. The meeting day and time will change, as well, with the first quarterly Artists Community Meeting taking place on Sunday April 22 from 6 to 8 pm.
PRINT BIN INFORMATION
For every artwork you hang, you can display five prints or small original pieces in the print bin. Each piece must be matted, put in a protective plastic sleeve and labeled. Remember to bring your prints when you drop-off your artwork.
Commission on Prints Reduced
The gallery is returning to a policy of taking only 15 percent commission on bin prints.
PICK-UP/DROP-OFF MADE EASIER
To make things easier, if you cannot make it to the regularly scheduled Pick-Up/Drop-Off you can bring your artwork and process your hanging payment up to two days prior to the regularly scheduled
Important Upcoming Dates
April Show Registration Deadline
Saturday March 24th
April Pick-Up/Drop-Off Day
Sunday March 25th
10 am to 2 pm
April Show Opening
Saturday April 7th
6 to 9 pm