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The Gallery at Manship Theatre is a versatile exhibition space located on the theatre's mezzanine level above the Jones Walker Foyer. This open air space is perfect for local and national professional artists to exhibit their personal collections in the Gallery located in the heart of the Shaw Center for the Arts.
The Frameworks Gallery Exhibit in the Jones Walker Foyer is presented in partnership with Manship Theatre and Frameworks Gallery. This rotating exhibition features local artists represented by Frameworks Gallery.
Both exhibition spaces are free and open to the public Monday through Saturday. Hours are Monday 9-4, Tuesday-Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-1.
Sunday October 15, 2017 - 9:00am -5:00pm
Emily LaCour Event Details
Manship Theatre Gallery for Emily LaCour: The Inbetween
Exhibition Dates: August 7- October 15
Emily LaCour’s work has been exhibited throughout the nation in galleries, fairs, and contemporary art centers such as Susan Eley Fine Art in New York, Contemporain Gallery in Baton Rouge, Aqua Art Fair in Miami, and the Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Fe. She received her BFA in painting and drawing from Louisiana State University then continued her studies as a fellow of the Meadows School of Art at Southern Methodist University where she was awarded her MFA in 2014. She travels for lectures, residencies, workshops, and is featured in several painting publications. She currently resides in Dallas and has spent the past few years between Texas and Louisiana, where she creates work and is an advocate for art education both privately and at the university level.
Contemporain Gallery in partnership with Manship is pleased to host Emily LaCour: The Inbetween, an exhibition of recent paintings that embody loss, the uncomfortable, the transcendent, the illusive, and the sacred space created between us. Her paintings are visual events that embody states between gesture sequences, binary verbs, and her own actions in paint. LaCour’s processes yield an oscillation between the figurative and abstract. Whether her paintings hold the space for one that could be there or it is recognizable in form, the presence of a pictorial figure and implied body in motion is often felt. She often records video and works from the video stills as a way to re-perform her own memories, reanimate memory, and borrow rituals tethered to traditions of the South, Western notions of “self help,” and the woman’s body as an emotive conduit.
CONTEMPORAIN, Bankston/Adams Gallery in Baton Rouge is pleased to represent the fine work of Emily LaCour.
Contemporain Gallery believes fine art is timeless and is dedicated to exploring through the creative process how art can challenge, transform, and inspire. The gallery represents a roster of emerging and mid-career artists whose works are marketed and recognized throughout the country. Paintings, Sculpture, Glass, and Works on Paper are featured by local and regional artists. Please visit the gallery, located in Baton Rouge at 1010 Nicholson Drive, Suite B. 1010Nic...Art, Retail, and Design Center.
The works in this exhibition are available, for inquiries please contact Contemporain, Bankston/Adams Gallery at 225.250.5222.
*Manship Theatre Gallery is free and open to the public Monday through Saturday. Please click the Gallery tab for hours and more information.
Sunday October 15, 2017