An ephemeral arts experience returns to downtown Sioux Falls for two nights this weekend, allowing visitors to lose themselves in the surroundings.
Art Maze II will take place at the L’Abri building, home of Exposure Gallery & Studios, on Friday and Saturday night from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
In January 2016, more than 4,000 people attended the inaugural Art Maze at the former DM&E building. The free-flowing, modern format of the show made the event appealing to a wide range of people.
“That’s Art Maze – it’s wacky, it’s different,” said Zach DeBoer, owner of Exposure Gallery. “The goal is just to show people that art and art shows don’t have to be boring, quiet affairs in a museum.”
Returning artist Cameron Stahlheim agrees: “It was awesome seeing so many people being exposed to artwork who would not normally have that opportunity.”
The popularity of the show and the networking that resulted encouraged DeBoer to organize a second Art Maze.
Artists are currently toiling away in their studios and in the space, getting their work ready for the show…
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