City of Tiny Lights is an international juried exhibition where size matters. Smallness seems to be an ever-increasing thing, as technology makes all our gadgets smaller and more efficient, and a growing population (now mostly urban) requires that we use less space and material. In honor of the small, the petite, and the tiny we have found over fifty exciting works that employ and engage with the small scale. All works in the show are no larger than 1 cubic foot, yet their impact is big. Here are just a few of the many pieces you will see in the show:
Join us on Third Friday, November 15th from 5 – 8 p.m. for the opening reception.
Also that night we will be hosting the preview of the:
Buy local! Come support your local university! Purchase one-of-a-kind gifts that make a little money look like a whole lot more. Glass ornaments, ceramic vessels, prints, and much more made by current SU students, faculty and alumni will be available. All proceeds go to the artist and to support the academic art programs at Salisbury University.
But wait there’s more! ALSO on Friday, November 15, we will be hosting “Arts Light UP the World” a series of performances sponsored by SWAC and Sister Cities.