The exhibition explores the historical and modern day definition of the classical witch. Witches are found across cultures in Spain, Africa, North America, India, etc and share the practice of, and belief in, magical skills and abilities that can be exercised individually, by designated social groups, or by persons with the necessary esoteric secret knowledge. Witchcraft shares a common ground with related concepts such as divination, sorcery, the paranormal, magic, superstition, imparting the means to foretell future events, conjuring spirits, shamanism, healing, spiritualism, nature worship, and the occult. Witchcraft often occupies a religious, divinatory, or medicinal role, and is often present within societies and groups whose cultural framework includes a magical worldview.

Opening Reception: October 5th, 2018 5:30-8PM
Exhibition Runs: October 5th-27th


Call for Art

An exhibition focusing on unique ways that artists merge literary works into their respective mediums. Art has continuously been linked with books, as books have continually been a magnificent contribution to the arts. Infusing both of these elements, encapsulating the importance of the two ways of expression into an exhibition where each artist uses a physical book (in part or fully) and incorporates that into their final piece.

Opening Reception: Nov 2nd, 2018 5:30-8PM
Exhibition Runs: Nov 2nd-30th, 2018


This exhibition focus on the word “Grace” in a literal and metaphorical meaning. Grace can be seen in a person’s character, the way a person carries or conducts themselves and it can embody the way a bird glides through the air effortlessly. With so many interpretations of such a magical word, this exhibition embraces artwork that visually expresses the idea of what “Grace” means to each of the artists involved.

Opening Reception:  Dec 1st, 2018 5:30-8PM
Exhibition Runs: Dec 1-28th, 2018