Summer Gallery


   The Art Hunger took residency at the IOOF Hall in Downtown Redding during the summer of 2021. This project was made possible in collaboration with Viva Downtown and the support of The McConnell Foundation as part of the efforts to revitalize the newly renovated Downtown Redding.   

   From June 18th to September 25th, 2021, we transformed one of the historic buildings in our city. The Art Hunger Summer Gallery consisted of three months of art exhibitions (rotating every month), one-day art-themed events, artist talks, workshops and Creative Hangouts.

   During the run of The Summer Gallery, we had three exhibitions.

Together, the "Grand Opening", "The Video Game Art Show" and "The '90s Art Party",  showcased over 1200 original artworks, from 132 artists all over Norther California, of which 325 pieces sold and a great number of merch including prints, stickers and small sculptures found a new home.

   Proving that, The Art Hunger's goal to nurture the art community and encourage creative energy in our area in a safe, all-inclusive space, is something that the larger community supports and wants to be participant of.


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