In the Hidden Light Gallery, River Reflections features art work by ten artists who journeyed on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon for nine days. The exhibition will be open January 15 through April 7, 2018, with a reception January 13.
This juried group exhibition features K-6 youth art made as part of Flagstaff's Masterpiece Art Program. On display in the Jewel Gallery from February 26 - March 24, 2018. Reception February 23.
The Youth Art Exhibition, in the Main Gallery at the Coconino Center for the Arts, features artwork by K-12 students from all schools in the Flagstaff area. Over 350 works of art! Open February 23 - March 24, 2018, in the Main Gallery.
A Native Story of Land and Blood is a solo art exhibition by Prescott-based native artist Karen Clarkson. The exhibition opens in the Jewel Gallery with receptions on January 6 and 13, 2018, and will be open during regular hours January 9 - February 10, 2018.
Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra is a painting and video exhibition which explores the gradual dissolution of culture in contemporary society. It opens with receptions on January 6 and 13, 2018, and is open during regular hours January 9 - February 10, 2018.
Aggregate is a series of paintings by Flagstaff artist Caryn Bopp. The exhibition will be open in the Hidden Light Gallery at the Coconino Center for the Arts from October 20 through December 16, 2018.
Foundations is a juried exhibition of artwork by local college student artists, showing jewelry, ceramics, glasswork, wood, furniture, fabric, sculpture and more. Exhibition open in the Jewel Gallery Nov 14 - Dec 16. Openings Nov 10-11.
It’s Elemental celebrates the talent and creativity of Arizona’s craftspeople by showcasing fine craft work that demonstrates a command of the medium and a high level of workmanship and design. Exhibition open Nov 14 - Dec 16, 2017. Receptions Nov 10-11.
This major art exhibition will explore the impact of uranium mining on Navajo lands and people, through the eyes of more than two dozen artists, including Navajo and Native artists. The show opens with a Reception for Arts Council members on Saturday, August 12, 6-8pm. It will be open to the public August 15 - October 28, 2017.
Louie of Gadsden - Amy Martin The Living Subject is a group exhibition featuring the work of three Arizona-based photographers: Lisa Langell, Don Lawrence, and Amy Martin. In early April 2017, Hidden Light hosted a portfolio review open to all photographers in the region to have their work evaluated by professionals in the [...]