Past Art Events
Live music featuring the Jesse Montijo Quartet
Food and drink
Hourly showings of our new promotional video produced by Wes Tank
Lost & Found: Mike Brylski and Brian Schneider. An ambitious display of the work of two exceptional multi-media collage artists. Now on exhibit at the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts.
Exhibition is open through May 4th, 2019.
Music by Daleshontai Jene TheJenius. Paint with Trayvon Williams from 4:30pm To 6:30pm. Canvas and paint will be provided. Limited seating must have a ticket to enter. From 8:00pm To 10:00pm Performances by Alexa Biami, Jamion Stancil, and RJ Riddle. Food will be served by Shaomi "Southern Style Cooking".
Join us for the opening reception of Palestine Unlimited , an exhibition (Feb 23 - March 16) featuring award-winning photographs by Palestinian artists. Aimed at defying stereotypes through art, this exhibit affords Palestinians the rare opportunity to depict their reality in their own words- or images.
Seeing it Through: Photography of Glass
RECTRIX- Pippi Zornoza is an interdisciplinary artist working in sound, performance, installation, video, and printmaking. She is a co-founder of the Dirt Palace feminist art collective in Providence Rhode Island. Formed in an abandoned library in 2000, the Dirt Palace has since embodied the oxymoron of “Underground Institution”.
The Warped Milwaukee fiber art exhibition, hosted by the ABK Weaving Center in collaboration with the Riverwest Artists’ Association, will be having its 10th annual show at the Riverwest Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts