Watkins College of Art, Design & Film presents Blocks: Constructed Exclusions, an exhibition of collaborative work from Mika Agari, Upreyl Mitchell, Sharon Stewart and Weng Tze Yang, at its downtown gallery WAG during the March 1 edition of the First Saturday Art Crawl.
The show features works that investigate recollection and association through a playful process of passing material anonymously from one artist to the next. These themes were explored through rules that limited time and information while emphasizing the experience of the process over the outcome. Agari is a Fine Art major; Mitchell, Stewart and Yang are Photography majors.
WAG – an acronym for Watkins Arcade Gallery – is located in suite 77 upstairs in the historic Arcade and is open the first Saturday evening of the month during each Art Crawl (from 6-9 p.m.), and by appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Watkins Arcade Gallery – WAG – is a public exhibition space of Watkins College of Art, Design & Film committed to serving the College community and the community at large through exhibitions and programs that enhance curriculum as well as engage a greater audience in the visual arts. WAG is dedicated to supporting the educational and cultural mission of the College by encouraging students to think independently and creatively about their art practice and role as critical thinkers within the cultural landscape. The venue will present shows year-round featuring work by Watkins students, alumni and other professional artists. For inquiries, contact WAG@watkins.edu.
WAG joins approximately 20 participating Art Crawl galleries along 5th Avenue of the Arts and upstairs in the Historic Arcade. Admission is free, and the Nashville Downtown Partnership provides two free shuttles traveling among the venues. For more information on the First Saturday Art Crawl, visit www.nashvilledowntown.com/play/first-saturday-art-crawl.