May 28 - September 3, 2016
Artist Talks & Reception: Friday, June 10, 5-8pm
Waterworks Visual Art Center
123 East Liberty Street, Salisbury, NC2814
The purpose of 525,600 MINS is to exhibit works that show how creative people think about time and place. The exhibition includes 47 works by 32 VAE artist members. Works in the exhibit showcase: The passing of time - displaying how people and things age. The measurement of time and/or the tools used to do just that. The changes in times - like how technology has changed the world. How time affects a certain place - like the image of a piece of land before and after urbanization.
The exhibition is on view at the Waterworks Visual Art Center in the heart of Downtown Salisbury's arts district.
Waterworks Visual Arts Center is a non-collecting art museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and located in the heart of Downtown Salisbury, North Carolina. Waterworks is an exciting place where ideas, issues, and communities converge to expand traditional ways of thinking and explore the complex and unfolding patterns between artistic and cultural spheres.
Waterworks strives to be a leader and innovator in the exhibition of art and in museum education. Creative and expressive artwork from established and emerging regional and local artists are featured in rotation exhibitions annually. The museum is open free of charge six days a week.
The following artists have work in this exhibition:
Eliza Campbell Kiser
Tanya Sue Todd
Questions? Email Brandon!