Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the library will present the group exhibition,One Small Step: 50 Years of Art & The Moon Landing. An opening reception will take place on Saturday July 20, 4-6PM, exactly fifty years to the day and time of the epochal event in 1969. The exhibit will remain on display through Saturday August 10. This event is free and open to the public.
One Small Step features artworks from all disciplines, including painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture. They range from Leonard Evan’s photograph of his baby daughter watching the moon landing on TV on July 20, 1969, and Victor Valla’s homage to Stanley Kubrick’s movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, to Karen LeSage’s 2019 oil painting,Earthrise, showing the earth from a lunar perspective. Participating artists at the time of this release include Marsha Altemus, John Atchley, Pamela Berkeley, Don Bracken, John Brett, Jane Capellaro, Kane Clawson, Erika Crofut, Robert Cronin, David Crum, John Dildine, Leonard Evans, Sergei Fedorjaczenko, Zoe Fedorjaczenko, Emily Fuller, Richard Griggs, Michelle Iglesias, Gail Jacobson, Garth Kobal, Karen LeSage, Dylan Marcheschi, Roger Mckee, Ken Musselman, Robert Andrew Parker, Robert Piersanti, Andy Pyle, Bernie Re, Diane Schapira, Nyugen Smith, Jude Streng, Justine Valla, Victor Valla, Kathy Wismar, and Lilly Woodworth.