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Space One Eleven to unveil works by UAB art professor, student, July 11
Space One Eleven will unveil works by the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Visiting Assistant Professor of Sculpture Stacey Holloway, MFA, and Department of Art and Art History student Jacob Phillips during the gallery’s next Front Porch Gathering on Friday, July 11.
Holloway’s “The Huntress” and Phillips’ “Amalgamation of Knowledge” will be featured as part of SOE’s ongoing Mentor-Mentee Windows program, which showcases the works of art mentors and their students. The installations will be unveiled to the public at 5 p.m., with artist talks at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. SOE is located at 2409 Second Ave. North. Call 205-328-0553 or visit online at spaceoneeleven.org.
Space One Eleven is a visual arts nonprofit founded in Birmingham in 1986. Its mission is to provide professional opportunities for artists, create a forum for public understanding of contemporary art and offer arts education to area youth. SOE’s summer Front Porch Gatherings are designed to bring the community together. A longtime part of American history and identity, the act of porch sitting has been lost due in large part to the distractions of technology. SOE aims to resurrect the activity, which can build and sustain communities with live, face-to-face interaction.
This project is supported, in part, by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; Alabama State Council on the Arts; the Board of Directors; friends of Space One Eleven; local foundations; private, corporate and individual donors; and the UAB Department of Art and Art History.