When: Fri., Sept. 4 2015
It seems as if there’s never a dull moment on Waterloo Road in Collinwood anymore. For example, September’s Walk All Over Waterloo is as eventful as ever. Waterloo Arts hosts two special events from 5 to 9 p.m. In the gallery, Waterloo Arts hosts an in-process viewing of Bottled Water: An Evolving Art Installation, including work by local artists Ash Fiasco, Jordan Fine, June Hund, Jonah Jacobs and Rachel Yurkovich. Drawing inspiration from both water and the bottle itself, these four artists will be working together to simultaneously develop their own concepts while collaborating on the overall installation. The results will be unveiled during a reception during next month’s Walk All Over Waterloo event (Friday, October 2 from 5 to 9 p.m.). Meanwhile, Waterloo Arts is partnering with its neighbor, Praxis Fiber Workshop, for a special Salute to Summer. Waterloo Rd. will be closed between East 156th and East 157th Street for a neighborhood block party featuring live music and entertainment, local food vendors, ice cream and art making. A number of Waterloo’s art galleries will host opening receptions for new exhibitions; including Scott Goss’ Incoherent Spaces at Maria Neil Art Project (5 to 10 p.m.), Jake Kelly at Gallery One Sixty (6 p.m. to midnight) and From the Dust at Article (6 to 10 p.m.). Free. (Usmani) waterlooarts.org.