The Dunedin Fine Art Center just keeps the awesomeness coming 🙂

Make sure to stop by and check out these lovely exhibits before they leave next month.

BONUS– Our favorite event of the year is coming up at the end of the month! The Wearable Art <3
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Entel Family Gallery
6/8/18 – 8/12/18

I + Thou
This multi-media group show explores themes of identity—Self, our various Personas + the Other. The title is drawn from Martin Buber’s classic essay discussing how we relate to ourselves and the world as either: I-It (objectified) or I-Thou (sacred encounter). Artists include: Mason Gehring, painting/video; Shannon Leah Halvorsen, mixed media painting; Jane Jaskevich, sculpture; Kenny Jensen, mixed media installation; Baxter Koziol, mixed media installation; Stephen Schatz, ceramic sculpture.

Gamble Family Gallery
6/8/18 – 8/12/18

Referencing the term for finding an unknown point in Space-Time via three known reference points, this exhibit aims to aesthetically examine contemporary human culture and relationships in, and among, three countries: Norway, China and the United States of America. TRIANGULATE is a traveling exhibition composed of three works by three photographers from each country/ Opening at DFAC, (USA) June 2018, Lofoten International Photo Festival (Norway) March 2019, and (China) Summer 2019. Co-curated by Nathan Beard, Eivind Natvig and Kirk Ke Wang.

Douglas-Whitley Gallery
6/8/18 – 8/12/18

Michael Massaro: Fait Accompli
Michael Massaro’s intense interest in the connectivity of materials spurs him to experiment, combining materials to create harmony or discord. His recent work is a social commentary concerning humanity’s inhumanity. Fait Accompli is the artist’s emotional response to the problems of refugees across the globe.