Artists Jeb Sisk, Titus Willoughby Woods and friends, Dylan Tellesen and Jed Speer bring back the largest public participatory exhibit in Northern California. This year's community-made installation is dedicated to the memory of Sisko, a beloved artist and advocate for arts education.
The Puzzle Show originated at the 24 Hr Drive-By Gallery decades ago by David "Sisko" Sisk, his son, Jeb Sisk, and Titus Willoughby Woods.
Brae Sisk shares about her father, David "Sisko" Sisk on KZFR
Come to Chico Art Center to pick up a blank puzzle piece for $20 while they last!
Be part of the show by transforming a piece. Paint, draw, collage, knit, assemblage, burn, carve, mosaic, upholster, papier mâché, sculpt, 3D print, laser cut, circuit bend... let your imagination run wild!
Kids under 15 receive a free puzzle piece with the purchase of one puzzle piece.
Bring your finished pieces back to the Chico Art Center, Saturday & Sunday, April 2nd and 3rd, 10AM – 4PM.
All of the puzzle pieces will be painstakingly installed across all of the gallery walls to reveal a high relief mural. The overall effect is a total surprise!
The exhibit opens April 16th. Come celebrate creativity and bid on a piece! The silent auction starts on the first day and ends during the closing reception.
RECEPTION & SILENT AUCTION
Friday, April 29, 6:00 - 8:30PM
*Bidding ends at 8:00
Come enjoy the company of friends and fellow makers over refreshments while bidding on your favorite pieces! Silent auction bidding for the puzzle pieces will end at 8:00 PM. The winning bidders pick up their artwork Saturday and Sunday, April 30 & 31, the weekend after the auction.