You know you’ve arrived when the sign says so.
Mansion gallery, a late 1940s tin dollhouse.
Seven artists exhibited in Rehab the Mansion’s debut exhibit.
Curator Annie Morse gives a tour of Rehab the exhibit in the Mansion gallery.
Carl Baratta’s petite painting graces the wall of the Mansion living room.
Paola Cabal’s sun-splashed Dollhouse Light is exhibited in the Mansion’s nursery.
Juan Angel Chávez’s smaller than life installation, Alley cat
The rug Patrick McGee created for the Mansion likely contains trace illicit drugs, and is seen here through Kathleen McCarthy’s Transit sculpture.
Tom Torluemke’s Bust of Obama in the Mansion living room.
Art District docents deftly wield flashlights in evening mansion tours.
Never say Dye… Say Buy! Nicole Seisler fills the drawers of the RIT Dye Cabinet with objects from her studio and sells them for pocket change.
Visitors consider parting with their pennies and buying Nicole Seisler’s work from the RIT Dye Cabinet
A two way mirror in Jessica Hyatt’s Desserting Consummation overlays your eating experience with your partner’s.
Chop! Chop! The tour starts in 15 seconds!
SAIC artists take a break from typing to talk cartography.
A rambunctious member of one evening tour inks up a stamp and lets it rip.
A red letter day for one member of the tour.
A behind the scenes photo of the Hole in the Wall gallery just before installation of Laura Davis’s show, Lapis Interior, for Mini-exhibitiothon ii.
Laura Davis’s tiny show in Hole In The Wall Gallery, the smallest gallery in the Arts District.