A group of four Algoma art galleries is working together on an exhibition called the Art of Water, which opens Friday and runs through May 29.
More than 50 regional and national artists are included, working in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, fibers, video, installation, performance and poetry.
Opening night visitors will be able to meet many of the artists participating in the exhibition, enjoy wine and cheese, a food truck, and music. More water-related activities are planned Saturday morning, including a storm water stencil, kite flying, and water-themed yoga/meditation.
Some of the proceeds will go to the Friends of the Crescent Beach.
Based at James May Gallery, 213 Steele St., the exhibition is also spread among Clay on Steele, Jabberwock, and Steele Street Trading Co., along with a “pop-up venue,” an art installation set up next door to James May Gallery.
Details of the exhibition can be found at the gallery’s website.