Curious to know what happens when squirrels go to Vegas? Do carefully-sculpted architectural puzzles pique your interest? What do you think of when we say “gangster penguin”?
You can find the answers to these questions and more when you stop by the newest Third Street Gallery exhibition, Sculpted Spaces, Wild Lives. Come and converse with your fellow friends and neighbors at the opening reception on October 21 from 4-6 p.m.
Sculpted Spaces, Wild Lives features artworks depicting intentionally-shaped spaces and the wild lives that inhabit them. This juried exhibition includes artwork from 18 artists from the Palouse region and across the United States.
Submitted entries were juried by Stacy Isenbarger, Foundations Coordinator and Associate Professor of Art + Design at the University of Idaho.
The exhibition will remain open through Jan. 7 at the Third Street Gallery located on the second and third floors of Moscow City Hall. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed on federal Holidays).
Visitors are asked to wear masks when inside City Hall and the Third Street Gallery space. Masks are available at each entrance of the building.
The mission of the Moscow Arts Commission is to enrich the community by celebrating and cultivating the expression of all art forms and culture.
Click the image below to view more information on the City of Moscow website.