Located next to the Re:Boutique, the Re:Vision Gallery hosts exhibits of art made from at least 75% reclaimed or reclaimed materials. Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, the Re:Vision Gallery aims to showcase the talent and creativity of local reuse artisans and educate the community about the possibilities of creative reuse.
Personal Geography featuring art from Whitman Elementary
A new show titled “Personal Geography” will open in the Re:Vision Gallery on Friday, May 3. Students at SCRAP’s partner school, Whitman Elementary, reflect on how they got here and where they’re going. The multi-media collages that will be on display were created from the parts and pieces of stop-motion films made by student artists. The stop-motion films will be shown on public-access TV this Spring. This project was made in partnership with Michelle Swinehart and the Right Brain Initiative. Read more about the stop-motion film project on the Monet Without Money blog.
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