March Gallery Stroll @ Art Access

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Gallery Stroll: Friday, March 17

6-9 PM
Exhibit Dates: March 17 - April 14, 2017

Art Access Presents:
7 p.m. - 7:15

Please join us for this unique Art Access Gallery Stroll event. Hear from the artists themselves, ask questions and learn about upcoming events.



Eruera "Ed" Napia, Rad Cuch, Wahid Migoli

This exhibit brings together the work of three men whose "homelands make an isosceles triangle and spans several continents and oceans," says Ed Napia.

A native of New Zealand, Napia creates ceramics that he describes as vehicles by which he retells stories that reach back to the very beginnings of his Maori identity. 

Rad Cuch is an enrolled member of the Northern Ute Tribe from the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in Northeastern Utah. A self-taught artist, Cuch uses pen and ink, acrylic paints, and intricate beadwork to tell the deeper story of indian culture. 

Wahid Migoli is a garment designer born in Uganda. His designs are inspired by world cultures with a "European edginess" and "American relaxed lifestyle."



Co-curated by Erin Berrett, Sue Martin and Steven K. Sheffield

On a late afternoon last September, 24 artists gathered at Art Access Gallery to throw darts at a map of downtown Salt Lake City. The challenge – create art inspired by the location marked by one of their two darts.

Darts fell between the Capitol and about 600 South, and between 500 West and about 400 East. Did your home or business inspire a work of art? Come take a look.

Participating Artists: Rob Adamson, Brian Bean, Erin Berrett, Carol Berrey, Phoebe Berrey, Doug Braithwaite, Lyndey Carter, Jennifer Deily, Darryl Erdmann, Sheryl Gillilan, CJ Hales, Stephanie Hock, Kristina Lenzi, Jamie Love, Sue Martin, Joy Nunn, Dawn Oughton, Ian Ramsey, Steven K. Sheffield, Stephanie Swift, Heather Tuttle, Benny Van der wal, Justin Wheatley, Darryl Wilkinson.

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