Institute 193, edited by Phillip March Jones and Chase Martin
Founded in 2009 by Phillip March Jones, Institute 193 embraces the notion that groundbreaking contemporary art can and does emerge outside of large metropolitan centers. Institute 193 provides artists from Kentucky and the Southeastern United States—selected not by commercial viability, but by the quality and relevance of their work—with exhibition and publication opportunities. It also endeavors to help these artists gain broader media exposure and foster connections in art markets across the globe. The organization collaborates with artists, musicians, and writers to document the cultural landscape of the modern South.
New designs from the Brightly collection that are in collaboration with Jones benefit the non-profit art space and publisher, Institute 193.
Read back on the Journal to learn more about many of Institute 193’s artists.
@ Alabama Chanin
Brightly: An imaginative assortment of vibrant hues and new designs in collaboration with artist, writer, and curator Phillip March Jones.
Follow Natalie’s journey of twenty-one years of sustainable design here through Alabama Chanin’s 21 Years Celebration.
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Plan your visit to view the Collection firsthand, work with our team, experience Alabama Chanin in-person, and learn more about our commitment to responsible production, sustainable practices, and thoughtful design.
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Tuesday – Friday | 10am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday | Closed
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462 Lane Drive
Florence, Alabama 35630
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