Popping Up, Growing Older and Collecting Dust
The Carnegie Center for Art and History is hosting its annual pop-up public art event Oct. 6 on Bank Street between Spring and Market Streets in downtown New Albany. Meant to celebrate creative expression, there will be temporary art installations, live mural paintings, skateboarding competitions and hands-on activities. Invited to participate are local university groups, who create site-specific art installations for the event.
The Art of Retirement Living
Treyton Oak Towers, located at 211 W. Oak St., is hosting a live music and art exhibition that will display artwork from residents as well as outside artists. The retirement community’s show will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 25. To attend, RSVP by calling 502.357.6603 by Sept. 21. Donations can be made to Treyton Oak Towers Foundation.
All Things That Are, Are Light and Soot
Year two of Quappi Projects begins this week with the opening of Vanessa Albury’s “All Things That Are, Are Light and Soot.” Inspired by the artist’s family history and the build-up of history in dirt, dust and ivy accumulated and grown over forgotten windows, Albury will be creating and exhibiting mural-scaled cyanotypes of massive and filth-caked windows. Guests may join Quappi Projects from 5 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 21, as it celebrates this work and the inauguration of its second year. Quappi Projects is located at 1520 B Lytle St. on the second floor.