Curated By: Stacey Goodman
2nd Sat Reception: Sat, Mar 10, 2018 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Exhibition Dates: Feb 22, 2018 to Mar 17, 2018
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TASTE 2018 promises to be a night to remember! Over 20+ famed local chefs and mixologists create culinary treats onsite in our gallery and studios in an evening of food-inspired art and art-inspired food.

Our Programs

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Check out our Square Store to shop for art from our current exhibition, art by our Studio Artists, exhibition catalogues, and Root Division merchandise!

Studios Program

Our artists receive studio space at below market rates and valuable professional and creative development opportunities in exchange for service in the organization.

Youth Education

We recruit, train, and place artists to teach free art classes in one of our eight after-school partner programs.

Adult Education

We offer highly innovative and affordable art classes in a friendly and engaging environment.

Exhibitions & Events

This program provides a platform for innovative artwork in an engaging environment. Our Second Saturday Exhibition Series showcases over 350 artists annually.






Winter/Spring 2018
January 1 - April 30, 2018

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Using light as a material to make photographic gestures, Arielle Rebek explores the passing of time and memory of experience in her installation, Contact. Light serves as both material and metaphor in her cyclical process of experimentation, observation, and response. Rebek chooses to bypass the camera to work directly with light sensitive material and physically contact the moment and subject of capture. What remains is a unique residue of both action and meditation.

Exhibitions Fellowship

Root Division seeks an individual who is enthusiastic and passionate about exhibitions programming, curatorial practice, and gallery management to fill its Exhibitions Fellowship position from May 2018 through April 2019.

Organizational Internship

The Organizational Intern will work with the Executive Director and Program Staff on a variety of tasks and projects to help support the organization as a whole. This is a great opportunity to be involved in the inner workings of a small, but mighty arts non-profit!

General Qualifications: