Earlville Opera House will open a trio of exhibits with a reception from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday in its galleries at 18 E. Main St. in Earlville.
In the Arts Cafe will be “The Wonder of Africa,” which will feature the images of the Massai people and African wildlife Vic Rosenberg photographed during his 2011 trip to Tanzania.
According to a media release, “Rosenberg’s photos capture moments that sing with the resonance of visual poetry and speak of restful reflection and fierce beauty.”
Rosenberg, who lives in Norwich and New Jersey, has traveled the world with camera in hand, bringing his experiences to life through color and black-and-white photographs. He recently won first prize for his Martha’s Vineyard photos at the Colorscape Arts Festival in Norwich. The artist will speak about his Tanzania trip at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
San Francisco artist Amy Ho’s large-scale spatial installations will be featured in “Shift” in the East Gallery.
The works “explore the relationship between mind and body,” the release said, and “bring attention to our existence as both mental and material beings in the here and now. Her work strives to make us actually feel the world around us.”
Ho has a bachelor of arts from UC Berkeley and an master of fine arts from Mills College. Her work has shown in California, Virginia, Arizona, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico and New York.
Finally in the West Gallery, the gallery’s 20th annual KidsART exhibit will include artwork from elementary students in 13 central New York school.
The shows will return through April 13. For more details, call (315) 691-3550 or go to www.earlvilleoperahouse.com.