Wave Pool is a dynamic place where art intersects with community.
March 31st - April 28th, 2018
Wave Pool is proud to present, 1,954 Miles, a group show curated by our third and final Curatorial Resident, Harry Sanchez Jr. With his exhibition, Sanchez aims to give a voice to a few artists from La Frontera, to use the space as a megaphone to represent the complex thoughts and feelings that come from people living in the contested border between Mexico and the United States.
Current Placemaking Project:
Safety, Planning, and Awareness (S.P.A.) Salon is a confidential space where we will talk openly about SEX. Things will get REAL, but we will listen, share, and ask you to tell us how you really feel. Because sex isn’t anything without feeling!
Calling artists who don’t ‘fit’ the mold!
Do you have a concept for a temporary outdoor engagement, process piece, performance, 4-D or time-based experimental work?
May 20, 2018 – artists on the edge will take over a parking lot in Camp Washington. Share/ display/ produce art that doesn’t ‘fit’ the commodified, reductive arena of typical fairs. Please submit a one hundred (100) word or less proposal and up to five (5) images of relevant previous work or proposal sketches to email@example.com.