Baton Rouge Gallery, 1515 Dalrymple Drive, is celebrating 50 years of art exhibitions and cultural programming with a retrospective exhibition titled “50/50.”
The exhibition runs July 3-28 and features 50 works from the gallery’s founding artist members, artists of note over the past 50 years and current artist members, according to a news release. Paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, stained glass, ceramics, fiber art and other types of art will be on display.
An anniversary celebration and opening reception will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. July 6 and will include music from The Michael Foster Project, special guests, a video presentation and other activities.
Featured artists in “50/50” include Jamie Baldridge, Charles Barbier, Judi Betts, Anne Boudreau, Adalie Brent, James Burke, Mary Ann Caffery, Samuel J. Corso, Michael Crespo, Timothy Cundiff, Edgar Dayries, Paul Dean, Paul A. Dufour, Caroline Durieux, Mary Lee Eggart, Malaika Favorite, Rosemary Goodell, John Goodheart, Frankie Gould, Russell Guirl, Frank Hayden, Randell Henry, Timothy Hewes, David Horton, Margaret Humphris, Kathryn Hunter, Ross Jahnke, Amy James, Jim Jeansonne, Libby Johnson, Henrietta Joseph, Kelli Scott Kelley, Al Lavergne, Haejung Lee, Kathleen Lemoine, William Lewis, A.J. Meek, Matt Morris, Fred Packard, Jacqueline Dee Parker, Edward Pramuk, Kevin Rhodes, Janice Sachse, Steve Schmidt, Don Thornton, Van Wade-Day, Michaelene Walsh, Robert Warrens, Robert Wiggs and Joseph Yoder.
The gallery is free and open to the public from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Visit batonrougegallery.org/50-50 or call (225) 383-1470 for more information.