Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center
Exhibit Title
Kentucky Roots: Five Painters | Piecing a City | Hypergraph: Emerging Modes of Representation in Design Research
Exhibit Description
City Gallery - Kentucky Roots: Five Painters ............................................................................................................................................................................. August 5 - October 1, 2022 .............................................................................................................................................................................. This painting exhibition features the work of Isabel Mosley, Thomas Germano, Emil Robinson, Christine Huskisson, and Madeline Ludwig-Leone. This work was guest curated by Heike and Irwin Pickett. .............................................................................................................................................................................. Community Gallery (2nd Floor) - Hypergraph: Emerging Modes of Representation in Design Research .............................................................................................................................................................................. September 9- November 5, 2022 .............................................................................................................................................................................. Artist Angus Eade is a designer and educator working at the intersection of Architecture, Industrial Design, and Emergent Technology. Eade is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky, and the founder and director of Hypergraph Design. His research trajectories, which coincide and extend his pursuits as a student, professor, and practitioner, include building systems integration and optimization enlisting emerging materials and techniques. .............................................................................................................................................................................. Meeting Room - Piecing a City: Exploring City Government and Municipal Finances through Quilting......................................................................................................................................................................July 29- October 3, 2022.......................................................................................................................................................................... Artist Hannah Allen shows a series of quilts inspired by elements of Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Department of Finance, the people who make our city run smoothly and efficiently, and the role Lexingtonians have in the city budgeting process. The seven quilts in the show tell a story about different facets of municipal finance, from grants to property tax fees. Throughout the exhibit there are informative elements that provide governmental and financial context, as well as interactive elements to help visitors learn about quilting and the ways they can participate in the government’s budget process. ............................................
Company / Organization
Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center
Address
141 E. Main St.
Lexington
KY
US
40507
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Saturday- 11-5PM, Friday – 11-8PM
Contact Name
Celeste Lewis
Telephone
859-425-2550
Galleries and Museums participating in the 2021 LexArts HOP.