Projekt Locqa's Non-Standard Deviations at ACI
2007. 03. 23.Caldwell – Projekt Locqa's group art exhibit opened at the Rosenthal Gallery at Albertson College on March 29. The exhibit runs through May 4 and is open to the public weekdays and Saturday afternoons.
The exhibit, titled Non-Standard Deviations, includes work from group members Pauline Bothwell, Pete Grady, Lorin Humphreys and Surel Mitchell. The group has also invited guest artists Alyse Beckman and Candace Nicol to participate in this themed project. In Non-Standard Deviations, artists are beginning to expose the underlying structures that define personal and collective relations.
Projekt Locqa began with a group of artists in the Boise area that believe the strength of an art community lies with honest dialogue and support of each others' activities. The fosters dialogue between artists in the Boise area by hosting weekly discussions, periodic exhibits of members' new work and by sponsoring outreach projects with visiting artists.
The group is working hard to expand awareness of Boise's visual arts community through collaborations with regional and national artists and art communities. To learn more about Projekt Locqa, visit www.projektlocqa.com.
Rosenthal Gallery is adjacent to Blatchley Hall on the Albertson College of Idaho campus, 2112 Cleveland Blvd, in Caldwell. Parking is available behind the J.A. Albertson Activities Center or Jewett Auditorium.