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ATTENTION ARTISTS & CURATORS

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ATTENTION ARTISTS & CURATORS

(& if you’re not one but you know one please forward this!)

The MTS Gallery is accepting proposals for visual art exhibitions and one-time only performance art events.

If you get your proposal in by the end of the day on June 1st the June 15th selection panel will consider placing your work on our calendar. We have slots available as early as this September

Follow this link to get proposal guidelines and a downloadable gallery floor plan

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May 25, 2010 at 5:10 pm

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BACKYARD, ALASKA

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BACKYARD, ALASKA

Two years, too much ambition, and 1,200 lbs of junk in the making, this exhibit explores stories, truths, myths, dreams and disasters memorialized in our backyards

Working with found objects, archival film and audio as well as original footage and sound, Michael Walsh created an installation that reveals truths and challenges some myths that make Alaska so big.

May 21 – June 12

Opening Reception 3rd Friday, May 21

5:30 – 7:00 PM

MTS Gallery

3142 Mountain View Drive

Catering by Tap Root Cafe

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May 14, 2010 at 3:05 am

MEDIA ALERT – 1st Friday Performance at MTS Gallery

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Friday, May 7, 2010

MTS Gallery

3142 Mountain View Drive

8 – 10 PM

Catering by Crush

Music by Reverse Retro

The MTS Gallery First Friday After Hours Salon, OPEN/CLOSE

hosts another in its series of performance events.

This 1st Friday we present You See, a unique collaboration of ideas,

film, dance and music from local Alaskan artists.

Eight artists collaborated on this multimedia performance. It consists of

five short films featuring the dancers of Momentum Dance Collective,

filming and editing by Dan Lee and an original score composed and

produced by Nick Petumenos and Ivan Night.

The films will be presented simultaneously as guests weave their way

through the gallery space, experiencing five different perspectives of

the same night.

The films collage together a story of five individuals who experience

the consequences of their entanglement with each other.

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May 1, 2010 at 4:52 pm

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