Few Were Happy with Their Condition, open through March 12

Few Were Happy with Their Condition, curated by Olga Stefan, explores life in post-communist Romania, a time of hope and disappointment, in which the transition seems to continue forever, and during which neoliberalism and communist-style corruption and methodologies clash and mirror each other constantly. The exhibition presents a variety of works, from analog to digital photography, short films and documentaries, to moving image installations, encouraging various forms of reception and relation to the image. Through the use of these contemporary media, the artists in Few Were Happy reflect the need for immediacy and urgency in expression, and the technology and preoccupations of our time. More»

Artist Tax Workshop, 2/11

Hosted by Propeller Fund, this workshop led by Janet Ecklebarger will instruct recent grant recipients and applicants on how to properly claim grants on their taxes and account for the diverse income streams that comprise their livelihoods. More»

Guided Tours of Few Were Happy With Their Condition

Interested in learning more about our upcoming exhibition, Few Were Happy With Their Condition? Stop by Gallery 400 for a free, guided tour with a knowledgeable staff member. Tours will be available to the public on Tuesdays at 12:00pm and Saturdays at 2:00pm beginning 1/26. The tour schedule is subject to change, so please check back for cancellations or schedule changes. More»