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Ever After

Ever After at the Chapel of the Chimes

September 18 - November 13, 2011

OFF Space, with guest jurors Lauren Davies (Kala Art Institute) and Robert Wuilfe (diRosa Foundation) are very pleased and excited to invite you to the opening reception for Ever After.

Where: The Chapel of the Chimes Columbarium, 4499 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611 
When: Sunday September 18th, 5-8pm
Featuring Work By: Maggie Simpson Adams, Glenna Cole Allee, Rachel Dawson, Victoria Heilweil, Elyse Hochstadt, Karrie Hovey, Phil King, Marya Krogstad, Yuki Maruyama, Emmanuelle Namont Kouznetsov, Jessica Pezalla, Luther Thie, Linda Trunzo, Andrew Witrak & Kathrine Worel.

this event is free and open to the public

Voted Best of the Bay’s, "Best Place to Spend Eternity", the Chapel of the Chimes is playing host to living artists with this first ever exhibition of visual art in the Julia Morgan designed chapel and columbarium in Oakland.

Most stories end with "happily ever after" --but the stories being told by artists in this show are using Ever After as a starting point.
Poignancy, playfulness, and sharp insights into the nature of the Eternalare the common threads used to weave a series of site specific mini-installations through chapel niches.
From the minimal to the Baroque, artists use these unique spaces to reflect upon notions of ritual, remembrance, loss and celebration with critical alacrity and humor.

There will be an evening of performance & sound works on Sunday November 13th from 5-8pm--more on this later!



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