Bloomington Center for the Arts
September brings a trio of art exhibitions to the Bloomington Center for the Arts. You can take a virtual tour of these exhibitions from the comfort of your own home by visiting artistrymn.org.
To see the exhibits in person, come to the Bloomington Center for the Arts, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road. Due to COVID-19, the Bloomington Center for the Arts and all galleries will use appropriate physical distancing practices when open.
EGO-Logical: From Separation to Interbeing
Through September 13, Atrium Gallery
Paintings by Christopher Palbicki depict what he calls “the root of humanity’s suffering.” Palbicki creates images which show how society and individuals have become isolated from each other and our natural world. Watch a video on the exhibit at blm.mn/egological.
August 14 – September 25, Inez Greenberg Gallery
Artists Anna Carlson and Nghia Quach address the challenges of communication in the exhibition “Visual Translations.” For Carlson, this challenge is to capture her mother’s memories and stories before they’re lost in the wake of Alzheimer’s disease. Quach uses his art to express the language and communication barriers he has experienced on a personal level.
‘A Perturbable Stillness’
September 17 – November 1, Atrium Gallery
Sharon Ulrich’s paintings depict mysterious narratives. “By introducing understated and disparate elements I invite my viewers to look further…in hopes to find something new to discover and internalize,” Sharon Ulrich, the artist, said.
For more information, visit blm.mn/artistry or call 952-563-8575.