Jane Cheek working in her Artspace studio


Sep 29 2022 - Oct 02 2022


All Day

Jane Cheek’s Immersive Installation at IBMA

Rolling Down A Hill And Staring At The Sky is an immersive kinetic installation by Artspace Studio Artist Jane Cheek (Studio 217) commissioned by Artspace, City of Raleigh, PineCone, and Visit Raleigh. 

The installation celebrates the 10th annual IBMA Bluegrass Live! The installation will be on exhibition inside the Raleigh Convention Center in downtown Raleigh from September 29 to October 2.

Listen to the Audio Description for Rolling Down a Hill and Staring at the Sky 


About Jane Cheek 

Jane Cheek is a Raleigh-based mixed media artist, working primarily in suspended sculpture and public art. Her work memorializes personal experiences in immersive formats and seeks to share the feeling of joyful memories through large scale, kinetic, and interactive installations. Jane offers glimpses into her daily life as a Southern queer woman to help create connections. 

To learn more and Jane and her work visit her Instagram @jane.the.artist or go to www.janecheek.com

Project supported by Artspace, City of Raleigh, DECO, PineCone, North Carolina Arts Council, United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, and Visit Raleigh