The Business of Art Center will host the following exhibits in its galleries at 513 and 515 Manitou Ave.:
“Fahrenheit III,” the third incarnation of a ceramics exhibit that began in 1994 at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. This time around, the potters are: Randy Bowen, Sharon Cupit, Mark Dillon, Jim Lummel, Greg Marshall, Marc Jenesel and Karen Pierce, Donna Osborn, Jean Jennings, Ken and Tina Riesterer, Clyde Tullis, Roger Tolzman, Mark Wong, Michelle Loftis and Paul Rogers. The ceramists are dedicating this exhibit to the late Gerry Riggs and the late Kerstin Eriksson, curators who played vital roles in the first two exhibits.
“Motion Studies,” a collaboration with Glass Artists of the Pikes Peak Region. Artists from throughout the country were invited to submit entries for this juried exhibit. First- and second-place awards will be given in these categories: hot glass, including blown, lamp worked and cast glass; warm glass, including fused and slumped glass; cold glass, including mosaic, copper foiled, leaded and etched glass; and mixed media, combining any of the above categories or incorporating wood, stone or other materials not usually included in glass work. Also, a best of show award and a people’s choice award will be given.
“Poetography,” a group exhibit of photography based on local poets’ musings on the Pikes Peak region.
“KnowDuOvers,” a cell phone photography exhibit by Brad Flora. Flora, known for his extraordinary documentations of seemingly ordinary people, places and objects, challenged himself to put aside his camera for 10 days and choose his best photo from each day.
All four exhibits open with receptions 5-8 p.m. June 24 and run through Aug. 7. Call 685-1861 or see the BAC site for info.