CEPA Gallery’s Big Orbit Project Space is pleased to present The Long Afternoon, a survey of paintings by 2016 Big Orbit Members’ Exhibition winner Eric Evinczik. An opening reception with the artist took place on Saturday May 20, 2017 from 7p-10pm at Big Orbit Project Space.
CEPA Gallery is pleased to present, How Things Are Made by printmaker and multi-disciplinary artist Mizin Shin. Created as a site-specific immersive print installation, featuring an interactive audio interface, Shin has wrapped the third floor passageway in a custom hand-printed wallpaper. An opening reception with the artist took place on Friday, April 21, 2017 from 7-10pm.
CEPA and the Valley Community Association collaborated on a program working with ten lovely young girls to identify positive role models in their lives. After choosing a role model they photographed them as well as wrote essays as to why they chose that person.
The Richardson Center Corporation and CEPA Gallery are delighted to announce the winners of the 2016 Richardson Olmsted Complex Photography Contest. The images will be presented in the CEPA Gallery exhibition, Exterior Views: The Richardson Olmsted Complex, on view from Friday, January 27th through March 4, 2017 at CEPA Gallery, 617 Main Street in the historic Market Arcade Building
CEPA was so happy to be invited by Camp Centerland to do a specialty camp again this year. The weather was incredible, and the students were thrilled to wander the many acres of trails and creeks in Getzville. They got so many amazing photos! They also did cyanotypes and wrote about their photographs in journals.