GEORGIA is a pop-up art space located in the alley behind 952 Mariposa Street in Denver's La Alma Lincoln Park neighborhood. GEORGIA aims to blur space and purpose, to bring artists, musicians, writers, fabricators & thinkers together, to bring them together in a garage, to bring them together in a garage for a short period of time.
GEORGIA is sisters with 1122 in Portland, Oregon.
Summer GEORGIA Open Call
July 26-August 25, 2019
GEORGIA is excited to announce its first Open Call show juried by George P. Perez.
We had an amazing group of submissions. THANK YOU!
This show will feature the work of
Olivia G. Fink
Addie Kae Mingilton
Sophie Lynn Morris
Sierra Montoya Barela
Lindsay Smith Gustave
& Matthew Tripodi
Opening Reception: Friday, July 26th 6-9pm
Saturday August 3 - 1-5
Sunday August 4 - 1-5
Saturday August 10 - 1-5
Sunday August 11 - 1-5
Saturday August 17 - 1-5
Sunday August 18 - 1-5
Saturday August 24 - 1-5
Closing Reception: Sunday, August 25 - 6-9 with films by Eileen Roscina Richardson at 8pm
or by appointment
George P. Perez (b. OCT 7 1987) received a BFA (Cum Laude) in 2014 from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Perez is an artist whose work explores mundane situations and scenarios that he interacts with on a day-to-day basis. Perez has shown up and down the Front Range and outside of the state. He is a Redline artist alum (2014-2016) and was Artist-in-Residence at The Denver Children's Museum in 2018. A recipient of the Octopus Initiative MCA Denver Grant, he currently is a Photo-Facilitator with Working Assumptions based out of Berkeley, CA and a new artist in M12, an award winning artist collective that specializes in rural aesthetics and landscape.
Eileen Roscina Richardson is an artist, experimental filmmaker and naturalist from Denver, Colorado. She earned a BFA in Film from Emerson College in Boston, MA and trained at the School of Botanical Art and Illustration in Denver. Through biomimicry and the study of biophilia, her work examines human’s spiritual and social (dis)connection with nature, and seeks to raise questions about realizing a radically different metaphoric mapping of time, space and our place in the world. She has exhibited film internationally, was the 2019 Resident Artist for the National Western Stock Show, and is a current resident at RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Denver.
952 Mariposa Street | Denver 80204 | Enter through the alley
For accessibility information, appointments, or other inquiries contact GEORGIAartspace@gmail.com.
Thank you friends, artists, visitors, writers, creators, musicians, comrades, and supporters for making GEORGIA a really great thing. Particular gratitude goes to these generous and dear humans for their needed and trusted labor: Joshua Ware, Mathias Svalina, Tony Mancus, Tina Celona, Michele Battiste, and Amy Vidali.