The "Muse" Art Gallery is owned by Sirus Yume and Suoh Yume, but curated by Rheisa Dirleel. It is located in Entertainment Plaza of the Corellian District, Nar Shaddaa. If you wish to sell art to the gallery or make a purchase, reach out to her.
Its secret function is to serve as base for the Shadow Syndicate, but the gallery's connection to the underworld is only known within the criminal circuit by way of mouth. Contact Sirus or Suoh if you've business with the Syndicate. ICly, notes may be dropped into the golden monkey-lizard statue in the lobby, but notify the brothers that a drop has been made. Rheisa's clueless.
3,000 credits buys you 6 months of VIP service. You get to drink in the upstairs lounge for free and are given advanced notice when newly exhibited works are ready for sale, before they officially go on the market. Also, VIP membership entitles you to free admission to any events that are being held.
General admission to the Muse is free, though entry fees may apply to special events.
Entry fees vary per event, but typically include drink tickets and a raffle ticket.
There are no special events scheduled at this time.
Handbags for Sale-
A small rack to the left of the entrance showcases a few handbags for sale, stitched by hand from slick, black fur and some pebbly, yellowish hide. There's no sign to tell what creature(s) was sacrificed in their making.
There are a few paintings of landscapes that punctuate the lobby and art room. There were also a number of paintings depicting the Galactic Civil War in gory detail, with a slant against the Imperial view. Recently though, those images have all disappeared, quite hastily, and nothing has been acquired yet to fill in the gaps.
One painting of note depicts a bloodied, Empire-aged stormtrooper helmet, laying on the ground. It's partially clutched in the talons of a gnarly avian foot. Just a small tuft of red feathers is visible fluffing into the upper corner of the image.
Mostly wood and stone carvings, some as small as a finger, others as big as a small child. There is one collection in a display case that is filled with primitively shaped forms of animals and Togruta-silhouetted people. Hidden among some of those displayed on the wall is a more human form, carved in the same, stylized shape as the others. It is a robed, bearded man with a few, crudely etched items hanging from his belt - pouches and a cylinder.
Black/white/red patterned mostly. Vases, pots, urns, pitchers, and sculpted pieces, too. Some have a more sophisticated glaze of green, black, and blue.
All hand crafted - glass and precious stone beads on delicate, metal strands or translucent wire. There are also hammered metal bracelets and chokers.