Studio Two Three is hosting a free screening of the WCVE-produced documentary, GerryRIGGED: Turning Democracy On Its Head, on the history of gerrymandering, the process in which district lines are redrawn to benefit certain political parties, in Virginia. The screening will be followed by a discussion about where we go from here. The event on Sunday, March 26, 3-5pm, is sponsored by OneVirginia 2021, a non-profit focused on ethical and fair redistricting.
We are hitting the road this spring with S23 To-Go, our new mobile print and photo studio in an ice cream-style truck - and we need your help to make it happen!
Please join us March 9 anytime between 5 and 9 pm to have some ice cream, see the launch of our Indiegogo campaign for S23 To Go, and make a contribution to set the wheels in motion.
Your gift will help us connect communties throughout Central Virginia and reach 15,000 new people in 2017. Plus, there's ice cream - who doesn't love ice cream?!
Learn more about the project and how you can support S23 To Go here: studiotwothree.org/s23togo
Join us February 17th from 5:30 to 8pm for Laurie Carnohan's opening at Studio Two Three!
ARTISTS FOR INCLUSION is an art exhibit independently curated by Megan Jacobs and hosted at Studio Two Three.
The exhibit will celebrate diversity and inclusion. Artists, photographers, amateurs, professionals, teachers, and students are all welcome to participate. All artwork will be accepted, except artwork that goes against the message of the show. You are encouraged to submit signage, posters, and ephemera from events you've participated in.
ARTISTS FOR INCLUSION opens Friday March 3, 6-9 pm. The opening will feature representatives from local non-profit organizations who will share ways to get involved in issues you may care about.
Proceeds from the exhibition will benefit the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a non-profit organization that promotes civil liberties and civil rights for everyone through public education, litigation and advocacy with the goal of securing freedom and equality for all.
Deadline for spring 2017 internships is November 15th! Apply at studiotwothree.org/internships
HAND PROCESSED features photographic works made by Studio Two Three artist residents, including Alyssa Salomon, Lindsay Coffman, Natalie Kohlhepp, Andrew Gast, Jake Urbanski, Rosemary Jesionowski, Richard Harris, Drew Storcks, and Madison Fairburn. Curated by Natalie Kohlhepp & Drew Storcks.
Congratulations to the artists selected for the 2016 Emerging Printmakers Exhibition!
Lucy Aiken & Julia Hundley, Amanda Attarian, Shannon Belardi, David Bradway, Catherine Cole, Samantha Konet, Camille McMullen, Nathan Pietrykowski, Erin McKay Potter, Qiaoyi Shi, M Robyn Wall, Cory Wasnewsky, Katie Wood