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September 17th – November 11th, 2021: Ellen Weitkamp – While you wait

Please join us on 3rd Friday, September 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents While you wait, a solo exhibition of mixed media works by Ellen Weitkamp. While you wait is a recent body of work by Ellen Weitkamp that explores the

September 17th – November 11th, 2021: Ellen Weitkamp – While you wait

Please join us on 3rd Friday, September 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents While you wait, a solo exhibition of mixed media works by Ellen Weitkamp. While you wait is a recent body of work by Ellen Weitkamp that explores the

July 16th – September 9th, 2021: Mary Clara Hutchison – dis/re/member

We hope you’ll join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday, July 16th, as we present dis/re/member, a solo exhibition of assemblage works by Mary Clara Hutchison. In this body of work, Hutchison examines our connection to the objects in

July 16th – September 9th, 2021: Mary Clara Hutchison – dis/re/member

We hope you’ll join us at Kiosk Gallery on 3rd Friday, July 16th, as we present dis/re/member, a solo exhibition of assemblage works by Mary Clara Hutchison. In this body of work, Hutchison examines our connection to the objects in

August 13th, 2020 – June 19th, 2021: Beyond 2020 Vision

On Friday, June 18th, 2021, 6-9 PM, Kiosk will host a closing reception for the current exhibition, Beyond 2020 Vision. We request that our guests please wear a mask in the gallery. Over the past year, we’ve set aside a

August 13th, 2020 – June 19th, 2021: Beyond 2020 Vision

On Friday, June 18th, 2021, 6-9 PM, Kiosk will host a closing reception for the current exhibition, Beyond 2020 Vision. We request that our guests please wear a mask in the gallery. Over the past year, we’ve set aside a

March 20th – July 18th, 2020: Brandon Forrest Frederick – Diminishing Returns

Kiosk Gallery presents Brandon Forrest Frederick: Diminishing Returns, a solo exhibition of photography and related media. Frederick’s generous vision and playful critique are evident as he sifts through the detritus of consumerism in the context of contemporary culture. UPDATES: We

March 20th – July 18th, 2020: Brandon Forrest Frederick – Diminishing Returns

Kiosk Gallery presents Brandon Forrest Frederick: Diminishing Returns, a solo exhibition of photography and related media. Frederick’s generous vision and playful critique are evident as he sifts through the detritus of consumerism in the context of contemporary culture. UPDATES: We

January 17th – March 12th, 2020: Adam Crowley – Still Life

    Please join us 3rd Friday, January 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents Adam Crowley: Still Life, a solo exhibition of oil paintings. Crowley alternates strategies in painting to emphasize the nature of time in the lives of the objects

January 17th – March 12th, 2020: Adam Crowley – Still Life

    Please join us 3rd Friday, January 17th, as Kiosk Gallery presents Adam Crowley: Still Life, a solo exhibition of oil paintings. Crowley alternates strategies in painting to emphasize the nature of time in the lives of the objects

November 15th, 2019 – January 9th, 2020: William Toney – Social Fabric

Please join us on 3rd Friday, November 15th, as Kiosk Gallery presents William Toney: Social Fabric, a solo exhibition featuring photography, installation, and assemblage. Toney’s work explores the complicated history of aspects of popular urban culture from personal, familial, and

November 15th, 2019 – January 9th, 2020: William Toney – Social Fabric

Please join us on 3rd Friday, November 15th, as Kiosk Gallery presents William Toney: Social Fabric, a solo exhibition featuring photography, installation, and assemblage. Toney’s work explores the complicated history of aspects of popular urban culture from personal, familial, and

September 20th – November 7th, 2019: Patricia Orpilla – Pillars

Please join us on 3rd Friday in September as Kiosk Gallery presents Pillars, a solo exhibition of sculptural work by Patricia Orpilla. This body of work explores imagery related to time, particularly as it pertains to our relationships with loved

September 20th – November 7th, 2019: Patricia Orpilla – Pillars

Please join us on 3rd Friday in September as Kiosk Gallery presents Pillars, a solo exhibition of sculptural work by Patricia Orpilla. This body of work explores imagery related to time, particularly as it pertains to our relationships with loved

July 19th – September 7th, 2019: Jessica Heikes – Threshold

We hope you’ll join us on 3rd Friday in July as Kiosk Gallery presents Threshold, a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Jessica Heikes. Using found objects and plaster, Heikes explores relationships between domesticity and identity through the tension of

July 19th – September 7th, 2019: Jessica Heikes – Threshold

We hope you’ll join us on 3rd Friday in July as Kiosk Gallery presents Threshold, a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Jessica Heikes. Using found objects and plaster, Heikes explores relationships between domesticity and identity through the tension of

May 17th – July 11th, 2019: Ann Resnick – ticktock

  Please join us on 3rd Friday in May as Kiosk Gallery presents Ann Resnick: ticktock, a solo exhibition of large scale works on paper. Resnick applies drawing and painting as well as burning processes as a way to engage

May 17th – July 11th, 2019: Ann Resnick – ticktock

  Please join us on 3rd Friday in May as Kiosk Gallery presents Ann Resnick: ticktock, a solo exhibition of large scale works on paper. Resnick applies drawing and painting as well as burning processes as a way to engage

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating

March 15th – May 9th, 2019: Kimberly LaVonne – This Is Devotion

Please join us on 3rd Friday in March, as Kiosk Gallery presents This is Devotion, a solo exhibition of ceramic work by Kimberly LaVonne. LaVonne’s work explores an interest in anatomy, as well as ­reliquaries and objects of devotion. Creating