A regional online-only exhibition juried by Amy Lovera

On view: July 19–August 20, 2022

Gallery 263 is pleased to announce MAKING MOVES, an online-only exhibition. MAKING MOVES features animations by eight artists from across New England and is juried by multimedia artist Amy Lovera. This show is Gallery 263’s first exhibition in a 3D replica of our physical space.

This experience was made possible thanks to Rtangent, a Massachusetts-based company. Rtangent’s interactive platform allows interpreters to virtually lead a group of people through a guided experience of a physical or virtual space. When a narrator is not present, users are able to explore the space on their own. Please send Rtangent a message if you have any feedback about their new platform or if you would like to hire them to create a virtual experience.

Featured Artists

Paul Arsenault, Abby Cali, Anhkim Dang, Lauren Flinner, Blyth Hazen and Ruth Bauer, Sarah E. Jenkins, Lilan Yang

About the Juror

Amy Lovera is a multimedia artist whose works explore the interplay between biographical and fictional narratives. She holds an MFA in photography from Rhode Island School of Design with a certificate in collegiate teaching from Brown University, and a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. Her work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally, including a screening of an animation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, a performance at the RISD Museum and a publication in Mexico’s Fine Art Photography journal, Luna Córnea. Amy has also been awarded grants from Rhode Island’s State Council of The Arts and from the LEF Foundation. Amy is an Assistant Professor in the Art and Art History Department at Bridgewater State University and makes her home and work in Rhode Island.Jenkins, Lilan Yang

Header Image: Paul Arsenault, Universal Frequencies

Gallery 263 is a nonprofit creative space committed to advancing contemporary art. Our conceptually driven exhibitions and enriching community programming foster the lifelong engagement of artists and visitors.

Gallery 263 exhibits are free and open to the public.