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ArtWalk 2022-2023 Season

This season is funded by the Edward C. and Ann T. Roberts Foundation and Suzanne Hopgood
in memory of Frank Lord.

Dates will be updated once we have an updated timeline for re-opening.

In Living Memory
Traé Brooks

ArtWalk Gallery, 3rd Floor, Downtown Library

This exhibition is a tribute to Brooks' grandmother, Linna A. Brooks; his foundation growing up as a child. Using portraits, domestic installation, reading material, music, and scent, he explores his genealogy, family history, and memories of his grandmother that he will forever cherish and honor.

Brooks says, "through these works, I immortalize her name. While she passed for quite some time now, her presence is still felt within my waking life and within the work itself."

Grandma is always with you

Art is Work; Work is Art
Joe Bun Keo, Rick Bogdan, David Borawski
Jon Eastman, Christopher Schroeder

ArtWalk Gallery, 3rd Floor, Downtown Library

This group exhibition features five artists who are museum professionals all working in local art institutions and private collections as art handlers.

Bun Keo says, "we are the magicians that make exhibitions shine and are stewards of the artwork."

While they work, they are informed by the workplace and the debris of their day to day operations. Inspiration arises from remnants of fabric and odd cuts of wood. There's a common denominator, that is the the value of work, conceptually, metaphysically and emotionally.

Joe Bun Keo, "timeshare", 2022
Image courtesy of Allen Phillips
& Maria Porada