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During the month of March, The Matthews will be hosting an original polaroid photography exhibit, “Zero Megapixels,” featuring the work of Roger O’Dea. The show is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Tuesdays-Saturdays, Mar. 3-31.
Roger O’Dea is intrigued by the raw imperfection that Polaroid photos offer. He is interested in capturing candid shots of people and places. In an age of editing and airbrush, Roger reminds us of the beautiful imperfections all people possess.
The Matthews Opera House & Art Center has announced the following award recipients for the 38th Winter Art Show. Best of Show was awarded to Tracy Hergert of Lead for her fabric collage titled, “Refuge.” Awards were given during the artist reception on Thursday, Jan. 19. Visitors to the show are encouraged to vote for their favorite art pieces. At the end of the show, the People’s Choice award will be announced-update: announced below. The show continues for public viewing through Jan. 26 during gallery business hours, 10 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday.
On December 3, 1906, The Matthews Opera House had its very first performance. To celebrate our 110th birthday, The Matthews will have something for everyone on Saturday, Dec. 3. All events during the day and evening are free and open to the public. What makes it even more fun, is that our birthday is on the same day as the Spearfish Holidazzle Parade of Lights and Christmas Stroll.
Samples of previous pillars created by Halsey.
The Matthews celebrates its 110-year anniversary with a school residency art workshop titled, “The Pillar Project.” The eleven finished pillars, one for each decade of The Matthews being the cultural heart of Spearfish, will be on display in the art gallery during business hours, Nov. 14-Dec. 16.
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