Art: Manifest Free Public Gallery Talk

One of the most consistent artist-run spaces in town, Manifest Gallery, offers its visitors a unique glimpse into the minds of its organizers this coming Sunday evening, as part of an ongoing free

Jan 3, 2013 at 10:06 am

One of the most consistent artist-run spaces in town, Manifest Gallery, offers its visitors a unique glimpse into the minds of its organizers this coming Sunday evening, as part of an ongoing free public gallery talk series. Manifest’s associate curator, Tim Parsley, will lead visitors through two important year-end exhibitions: ONE (their annual juried $1,000 Manifest Prize), and TAPPED 3 (works by professors and their students past or present). Manifest’s longest tenured staffer — himself an artist and graduate student — Parsley should provide insight into the cyclical visual language between exhibited teachers and students, and how 16 jurors were able to whittle down the 483 submitted art works by 190 different artists down to just one single piece. Free. 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6. 2727 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills. 513-861-3638, manifestgallery.org.