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WestoBOO! Bash

Westobou is excited to present our first Halloween bash! Enjoy a haunted evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment and spooky surprises. The theme this year is Haunted Mansion at the Old Medical College. With a purchase of a general admission ticket, Westobou Members get the VIP upgrade with free drinks! Limited tickets will be available for a unique meal experience before the party hosted by artist Stephanie Hardigree and chef Dalton Slantis.

“Rumors of Form” Curated by Hasani Sahlehe | Westobou Gallery

Exhibit Dates: July 2- August 14 | Gallery Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-5pm / Friday 10am-7pm / Saturday 12-4pm

Rumors of Form is a three-person exhibition that explores painting’s influence on contemporary textile practices, collage, assemblage sculpture, and video. Caleb Jamel Brown, Coulter Fussell, and Y Malik Jalal share a Southern upbringing and a deep belief in materials’ ability to possess truth. This notion is revealed by the artists’ reliance on found materials, tying their work directly to their surroundings and previous owners of the objects.

An artist talk and gallery opening reception will take place on July 2, 2021 from 5pm to 9pm. 

Get more information about the curator and artists here! 

“Rumors of Form” Curated by Hasani Sahlehe | Westobou Gallery Artist Talk & Reception

Date: July 2, 2021 | Artist Talk: 5pm | Opening Reception: 6-9pm 

Rumors of Form is a three-person exhibition that explores painting’s influence on contemporary textile practices, collage, assemblage sculpture, and video. Caleb Jamel Brown, Coulter Fussell, and Y Malik Jalal share a Southern upbringing and a deep belief in materials’ ability to possess truth. This notion is revealed by the artists’ reliance on found materials, tying their work directly to their surroundings and previous owners of the objects.

Get more information about the curator and artists here! 

Congressional Art Competition Exhibit

Dates: May 7-28, 2021 | Location: Westobou Gallery

Westobou Gallery hosts the 2021 Congressional Art Competition for Georgia’s 12th district.

Each year, members of the U.S. House of Representatives sponsor a nation-wide arts competition open to all high school students (9th-12th grade). The winning piece in each district will be displayed for one year in the U.S. Capitol, and the student artist will be invited to attend the national winners’ reception in Washington D.C.

Come see the artwork of Georgia’s 12th district students and the winning piece. Exhibit sponsored by Wynn Capital.

Visit Westobou Gallery to view the artwork on display through May 28th.
Gallery Hours:
Monday-Thursday from 10a-5p
Fridays from 10a-7p
Saturdays from 12-4p