Date(s) - Thursday, July 15, 2021
Does a photograph reveal only what the camera sees, or does it convey what the photographer would like you to see?
An upcoming exhibit entitled “Superficial Images” planned for Thursday, July 8 through Saturday, August 21, 2021 at ArtServe will seek to answer that question with a display of contemporary works from established and emerging South Florida photographers.
Sponsored by Broward County Cultural Division and WLRN, “Superficial Images” will feature all types of media, such as film, video or photos originating from a mobile device. Images include a wide variety of artistic categories, such as architecture, creative, motion, landscape, lifestyle, natural world and wildlife, portraiture, objects, street photography and travel.
Artists who have been selected for “Superficial Impressions” by the exhibit jury panel also will be awarded the opportunity to develop and execute a solo exhibition and inclusion in ArtServe’s 2022-2023 Artistic Calendar.
An in-person opening reception for “Superficial Impressions” is scheduled for Thursday, July 15.
For all in-person events, ArtServe will follow guidance and protocols from the Centers for Disease and Prevention, Department of Health, and local and state government officials. All COVID-19 best practices will be implemented for the safety of guests, artists and staff.
To assist in observing COVID protocols, ArtServe’s current gallery hours are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit artserve.org for details.