AS220 May — What’s Blooming In The Galleries

Check out AS220’s What’s Blooming in the Galleries, an eclectic variety of prints, collage, mixed media paintings, 3-D wall art, and even a limited edition artists book. The show runs through May 27th.

Main Gallery, 115 Empire Street — Softness and Surrender/Aparna Sud & James Fallon

Project Space, 93 Mathewson Street — A Crack in the Dirt Sky/Adam Langehough

Reading Room, 93 Mathewson Street — How to Experience Eagle Death

Aborn Gallery, 95 Empire Street — Roots: Korean Diaspora

Resident Gallery, 131 Washington Street — Who, What, Where, When and Why?/ Curated by Ryan Dean

Seen here is a piece from the Roots: Korean Diaspora.

This show will feature original art, prints, and illustrations from Korean American artists, poets, writers, and performers who collaborated together to create an artist book with the theme of Roots: Korean Diaspora. Each artist seeks out their roots by taking a unique and diverse interpretation of what roots mean to them.

AS220 Gallery hours: Noon to 5pm, Thursdays through Saturdays, or by appointment.

‘What’s Blooming in the Galleries’ runs through May 27, AS220 Main Gallery, 110 Empire Street, (directions)

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