The breathtaking, generation-defining Broadway phenomenon becomes a soaring cinematic event as Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award winner Ben Platt reprises his role as an anxious, isolated high schooler aching for understanding and belonging amid the chaos and cruelty of the social-media age.
Three Twenty Gallery hosts first artist in residence, Brother Maars, featuring art inspired by Las Animas. Read the full article by La Junta Tribune-Democrat here.
Dave Armstrong, writer for La Junta Tribune Democrat, interviews contemporary artist Brother Maars at Three Twenty Gallery about his first residency. “That great interruption is an ever-occurring thing in New York” he said. “Here, it happens, but it’s so different and far less often.” While in residence at the Three Twenty Gallery, Brother Maars created…Details
Contemporary artist Brother Maars joins us from New York for the start of his new exhibit “Things Given And Things Taken”. His week-long residency provided him ample space and time to design the layout to his first solo show. Exhibit runs until November 16 and select pieces will be available to our Gallery Gold Members.…Details
We’re excited to release our new magazine, TWENTY – dedicated to art and entertainment. This month we focus on artist, musician, and our curator, STACE and his latest endeavors. From working on “Dear Evan Hansen” with Universal Pictures to the HISTORY channel uncovering cool finds on “American Pickers”, STACE has a lot to celebrate. Our…Details
Preparing for our soft opening with a few updates.
3″ R-23 closed cell spray foam insulation – painted flat kettle black! The original beam from 1901 is still in tact with the original chalk from 1947! Check out the photos after the jump.
Back with our latest renovation – The reception desk. Now, a sleek entry with focus on the current exhibits. Immediately upon entry you’ll be greeted with smiles from our receptionist and information from the monitors – embedded in our (upcoming) green wall. Details after the jump.
We’re excited to see Kratos show up in time for our soft opening! We’ll have more pictures later once he gets cleaned and catalogued. Any God of War fans out there? How exact is our replica?
STACE’s latest mural “Hopeful” (30 ft x 50 ft/Oil on brick) was featured front page in the Bent County Democrat. Check out the complete process after the jump.