Virtual BGIF Gallery Walk

Visit this page on September 26, 2020 starting at 9 a.m. to view the Virtual BGIF Gallery Walk.

Experience work by local artists, each of which has created a new, culturally inspired piece. Visit local galleries and studios and meet the artists through an online multimedia experience. And you’ll be able to interact with some live on their social media or onstage. Most artwork will be available for purchase.

As part of our 30th anniversary celebration, BGIF is bringing back our Gallery Walk in virtual form with Bowling Green artist Jessica Snodgrass as this year’s curator! Bowling Green artist Andee Rudloff organized the first art show for the Bowling Green International Festival and developed the BGIF Gallery Walk, which ran from 2002-2009, in conjunction with its opening. Organization of the events were later performed by Suzanne Renfrow, Teresa Christmas, and Kim Mason.

If you are an artist, studio, or gallery owner interested in participating in the Virtual BGIF Gallery Walk, follow the button below for the guidelines and application.

Jessica Snodgrass is a local Bowling Green artist whose work focuses on silversmithing and ceramic sculpture. She has always had a passion for supporting both emerging and professional artists throughout her long-standing career in both the performing and visual arts. Her most recent curated exhibit was held virtually online entitled “The COVID Exhibit” which includes a variety of work from 41 artists and can be viewed by visiting CyberArtExhibit.com. Currently, she is working towards opening her local art studio and gallery called Flux and Flame. You can find her silversmith work under the name Kentucky925 on Instagram, Facebook, and Etsy. Snodgrass received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Atlanta College of Art in Atlanta, Georgia in 2004.

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