Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery
Slang for “hot gossip,” Hot Goss features all twelve of the Museum’s resident artists’ work in dialogue. Sometimes irreverent, often thought-provoking, and always eye-catching, the works in Hot Goss share a willingness to experiment with ideas and break the rules.
Christina P. Day uses form and found material as repositories for both time and lived experience. In her sculptural installations, Day uses space to evoke a sense of time, activating existing walls and surfaces in a way that physically bonds a now with a then.
An interactive soundscape and light installation, Steve Wanna’s A Vast Expanse is inspired by the phenomenon known as the event horizon, the outer boundary of a black hole and the border between the singularity of the black hole and the surrounding universe.
Yoga in the Galleries is a 60-minute yoga session on Saturday mornings in the Tiffany Gallery where you will move your body towards a presence with your inner creative and …
Exhibitions include work by Columbia Pike Documentary Project, two solo exhibitions by Mid-Atlantic artists, a group exhibition of Arlington’s resident artists, and the presentation of new work created as part …