Art Omi Staff Show Opens this Saturday Feb 20!

Photo by Bryan Zimmerman.Art Omi Staff at Light Into Night on September 12, 2020.

On view in the Newmark Gallery Feb 20 - March 7, 2021

The Art Omi Staff Show exhibits artwork made by members of its staff and those working behind the scenes at Art Omi. In addition to Art Omi’s work of supporting artists through its residency, exhibitions, and education programs, the organization also employs a large number of professional working artists to support these activities. This exhibition draws together artworks created by members of all of Art Omi’s departments, from Facilities to Education to Development, and more. The artworks employ a wide range of materials and techniques, and include painting, photography, and sculpture.

The Art Omi Staff Show includes artwork by: Jeremy Adams, Ruth Adams, Ever Baldwin, David Bodhi Boylan, Mark Colyer, Matt Crane, Ramiro Davaro-Comas, John DeSousa, Christopher Fitzwater, Katya Harris, Sandra Koponen, Alon Koppel, Grace Lang, Jeffrey Lependorf, Cassandra Massa, Catherine McTague, Hayley O’Brien, Alex Parrasch, Sasha Sicurella, Teddy Vermylen, Melissa Weaver, and Bryan Zimmerman.

The exhibition will be on view from February 20 through March 7 in the Newmark Gallery. Exhibition viewing hours are Saturdays & Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm. Access to the gallery is restricted to no more than eight visitors at a time on a first-come first-served basis. Visitors must log in when they arrive. All visitors will be required to wear masks during their visit.

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