Monticello Road is a community arts project in Charlottesville, Virginia. Through photography and a series of public events and conversations, we explore how an art can be an essential, integral and everyday part of a healthy community.
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Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Monticello Road Update #1: Exhibition Details
We're hoping to get Adam Larrabie (left) to play at the opening.
As we approach 2012, we can announce some more details about the exhibition.
The show at the Bridge PAI will take place from Friday April 6 (Opening Reception) to Friday, April 27.
Most of the images are already printed and heading to the framer. I will add a few more as we get closer and I keep working. There will be 25-30 archival, editioned, prints plus a slideshow of the portraits from our site visits and photo booths. [Previews here, here, here, and here] There will also be a hardback book, which is currently in the design phase.
During the course of the exhibit, we will have at many corollary events. Here is a minimal list; exact dates to come:
Story Night. We will invite a diverse group of characters to give perspectives on how Monticello Road has changed. We will record these histories to share in the future.
Movie Night: Still Life with Doughnuts. A documentary by Mark Edwards and Mary Michaud (two Monticello Road residents) about the neighborhood. They will talk about their project.
Architecture Night: Architecture Week falls during the course of this exhibition and we hope to bring together a panel of architects and urban planners to discuss this unique thoroughfare.
Q&A with John Trippel, plein air neighborhood artist. John Trippel works on site, documenting the neighborhood in oil paint and he has many interesting perspectives.
Clark Elementary Art Club Visit: Date tbd
There’s a lot going on and we expect to add more. Please stay tuned!