RECENT WORK BY KELSEY LIVINGSTON | OCTOBER 2-31, 2019
Kelsey Livingston is an American artist with an MFA in Studio Art from Louisiana State University. (IM)PERMANENCE is her recent work exploring the concepts of ephemerality and potential through a visual metaphor. Each work is representative of a moment her life.
The Arts Council welcomes Livingston’s artwork to the Firehouse Gallery and extends an invitation to the community of Greater Baton Rouge to attend the exhibition. The exhibition will be on display in the Firehouse gallery October 2-31, 2019. A Masquerade reception will be held on Friday, October 18th, 2019, from 6:00-8:00p.m..
See you soon!
The Arts Council’s Firehouse Gallery is a public space available to rent for exhibitions, rehearsals, private and public events. The gallery is a 1700 square foot finished space on the second-level of the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, located at 427 Laurel Street in Downtown Baton Rouge. The space offers generous open floor and wall- hanging spaces, natural light from a large picture window and hard wood floors.
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Monday-Friday | 9am-5pm
If you are interested in hosting an exhibition in the Firehouse Gallery, please contact Director of Visual Art and Community Engagement Brian Morfitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.