Our Visual Art Gallery hosts Florida artists in eight exhibitions annually. The exhibition program features photography, paintings, fine art photography, glass art, sculpture and other types of visual art. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 10 - November 9
Sequential Artists Workshop
The Hippodrome and the Sequential Artists Workshop (SAW) join forces to create Guignol Nights: Art, Theatre and Film, a weekend of workshops culminating in a exhibit at the Hippodrome Gallery during the production of Slasher on the Hippodrome Mainstage from October 15-November 9, 2014.
The Sequential Artists Workshop offers instruction in Guignol (horror) themed art pieces, and the general public is invited to be inspired by the classic “slasher” movies as well as from horror’s rich history on stage. The Parisian Theatre du Grand Guignol (1890s-1960s), was famous for horror plays and it’s vivid special effects, and was the forerunner of the modern slasher genre.
Workshop Dates: October 10th from 7-11 pm and October 11th from 2-6 pm at SAW, final session Oct. 15th at the Hippodrome Gallery.
Contact SAW at sequentialartistsworkshop.org to enroll. $50-$80 sliding scale class fee includes the weekend workshop and gallery exhibit.
Session 1: Friday, October 10 / SAW 435 S. Main St., Suite #2
Session 2: Saturday, October 11 / SAW 435 S. Main St., Suite #2
Final session, Wednesday, October 15th / Hippodrome 25 SE 2nd Pl.
November 25 - December 21
This holiday season, the Hippodrome Art Gallery will be filled with jewelry, paintings, sculpture, fabric art, and more beautiful pieces created by Gainesville Fine Arts Association members and Hippodrome artists! Stop by the Holiday Art Market from November 25 to December 21 and find well-crafted local gifts for family and friends! The Hippodrome Art Gallery will be open on Tuesdays through Sundays from 12pm to 7pm. Be sure to visit on December 5 & 6 for a special gallery event! Discover Gainesville artist and have some holiday fun at the Hipp.
|*Hours are in general and approximate, and apply only when plays and films are running at the theatre.|