Noun \ˈpäp-ˌəp\ \ˈga-lə-rē, ˈgal-rē\
Ephemeral, short-lived or fleeting art gallery. Art exhibition installed in an urban space that has been donated or appropriated for a one-day art event. As in: Pop-up galleries are not boring.
Party, gathering, celebration of art.
For one night only, the first floor of the unnamed building at 5535 6th Avenue in downtown Kenosha will serve as a Pop-Up Gallery.
April 13, from 4pm-9pm
Organized by Kenosha Art Association to showcase projects organized by the organization and artworks by local artists.
- Architectural studies of downtown Kenosha in photography by Harborside Academy high school students
- Mixed media and painting by Maureen Fritchen, Sculpture by Gary Wolfe, Painting by Beth Cumbo, Photography by Jessica Zalewski Schafer, Jason Bieser, Brian Pier and other local artists
- Chalk Talk Kenosha photographs
- Do-it-yourself Newspaper Poetry
Contact Francisco Loyola for more information or to get involved.