Sunday, July 10, 2011

The BrokenDayton Art Machine presents I AM IMMORTAL


The BrokenDayton Art Machine presents I AM IMMORTAL, an exhibition exploring the idea of immortality through art, opening Friday, July 15th from 6pm – 10pm at UnSmoke Artspace. Admission is free.

Ohio-based artists Nicholaus Arnold, Ian Briedenbach, Ren Cummings, Phillip Evans, Ashley Jonas, and Frank Travers will present works in different mediums exploring the resurgence of art and culture in Braddock, PA. The exhibition includes a time capsule designed for public participation; guests are invited to bring items for inclusion in the piece. A closing reception on Friday, July 22nd, beginning at 6pm, will include the on-site burial of the time capsule. The artists will be available for conversation at both events.


OPENING RECEPTION:
Friday, July 15th, 6pm - 10pm
CLOSING RECEPTION:
Friday, July 22nd, 6pm
FREE!

FOOD AND DRINKS!

BRING SOMETHING FOR THE TIME CAPSULE!

The BrokenDayton Art Machine is a nationally-showing artist collective based in Dayton, OH. The collective utilizes non-traditional/public art spaces and a variety of mediums and disciplines in an effort to create “art happenings” or events open to the public. For more information, visit http://brokendayton.com.

For more information, visit www.unsmokeartspace.com or email unsmoke@gmail.com.


UnSmoke Systems Artspace
1137 Braddock Avenue
Braddock, PA 15104

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