Exhibitions & Programming

Currently On View in the Agnes Varis Art Center


  • July 10th – September 6th, 2019

Opening reception Wednesday, July 10, 6-8pm 

Liesl Schubel presents a series of investigations into the structures of grief, physics of emotional and energetic loss, and the collective imaginings and memorialization of a loved one through object and image collection and creation.

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  • July 24th – September 13th, 2019

Opening reception: Wednesday: July 24th, 6-8pm. 

UrbanGlass presents new work by artist Monica Cook. Above and Below is comprised of sculptural works in glass with mixed and found media; video; and prints. The work deals with themes of transformation, rebirth, and decay.

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  • September 4th, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

As an artist, it is easy to be inspired by someone else’s work, and your work might be an inspiration to others; but where do copyright and fair use end? Join Louise Carron, attorney and Executive Director of the Center for Art Law, to learn about the basics of copyright, the fair use defense, works-for-hire, and more. 

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  • September 25th – November 2nd, 2019

Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 25, 6-8pm.

Curated by Ben Wright. 

In HIGH NOON, Past-Utopian is the order of the day with the executive branch waging war on patent Truth and Science perceived as the enemy. 

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  • October 28th, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Join us for an evening of cocktails, dazzling artist demonstrations, performance and refreshments in UrbanGlass' 17,000 square foot glass studios!

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  • November 13th – January 4th, 2020

Opening reception Wednesday, November 13th, 6-8pm.

Curated by Alexis Wilkinson. 

UrbanGlass presents new work by artist Olivia Booth. The works included range from sculptures made of reflective materials in slumped or melted states, invented ritualistic devices, subtle architectural interventions, and in-situ drawings depicting an inventory of real and imagined forms the artist has accumulated over the years. 

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