New Date!
Join us for a live music performance and closing reception
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January 28th 5-8pm

See more about the Artist and Exhibition HERE

Carapace Pierced
closing reception
Viewing time 5-6pm
Live music 6-8pm


Ari Finkel, Chris Kaczmarek, and Water Bug

This event will feature performances by a selection of musicians working with ambient sound, looping and experimentation with electronic instruments. The performance will include a portion of improvisation which will interact with the current exhibition.

Due to the artist contracting covid, the exhibition has been extended and the closing reception has been moved to January 28.

RSVP here.

The solo show by Margaret Pinto explores the theme of armored bodies, investigating the relationships between fear, protection, vulnerability, and violence. Visual reference is drawn from medieval armor, riot gear, cages, and fencing, as well as myriad forms of armor in the natural world such as crab shells, thorns, and insect casings. This work simultaneously celebrates and interrogates the outer shell as a potent metaphor for emotional states of separation from our environment.