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Oct. 1, 2014

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MCA Hosts National Portfolio Day

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis College of Art will host National Portfolio Day on Saturday, Oct. 11, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave. in Overton Park.

National Portfolio Day is an educational event for young artists held at colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Portfolio Day brings together students and experienced college representatives who review artwork, offer critique, discuss college plans and share information about their schools. The events provide a taste of what it would be like to attend a professional art college.

The day’s schedule is as follows:

  • 10–11 a.m.: Registration and Campus Tours of MCA
  • 11 a.m.–noon: Financial Aid, Careers in Art, Portfolio Preparation presentations
  • Noon–4 p.m.: Portfolio Reviews

The National Portfolio Day Association (NPDA) was created in 1978 and consists of representatives from regionally accredited colleges and universities that are members of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), which represents the highest standard of visual arts education available in the United States and Canada.

For additional information, visit www.mca.edu or contact the MCA Admissions office at 800-727-1088. More information on the NPDA national schedule is available at portfolioday.net.


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Sept. 30, 2014

 

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Memphis College of Art Announces 60 Years of Rock and Roll

MEMPHIS, Tenn. ­– Memphis College of Art will present 60 Years of Rock and Roll, an exhibition of work created in partnership with the Levitt Shell, from Oct. 8–22 in the Lower Gallery of Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, Oct. 9, 6:30–8 p.m.

The exhibition features work by the design and illustration students of Assistant Professor of Design Arts Cat Normoyle and Visiting Instructor of Illustration Shane McDermott. The works were submitted as part of an artwork competition sponsored by the Levitt Shell to develop a design for t-shirts and posters around their celebration of 60 Years of Rock and Roll at the Shell. On July 30, 1954, at the Overton Park Shell (now the Levitt Shell) Elvis Presley opened for concert headliner Slim Whitman, stealing the show and cementing Memphis’ place in music history as the birthplace of rock and roll.

Ashley Segarra was announced as the competition winner and her designs will be produced and on sale at the Levitt Shell for the fall concert series. The remaining competition winners will be announced at the opening reception on Oct. 9. Students participating in the contest are Ashley Lulo, Ashley Segarra, Bailey Brocato, Bianca Smith, Britney Boswell, Britni Morgan, Brittany Santos, Dejané Anderson, George Brooks, Grace Shore, Heather Morgan, Jacob Gambill, Jessica Vandenberg, John Wilbanks, Joni Miller, Kai Myers, Kathie Rupert, Mat Kaminski, Michaela Dowdy-Cannon, Natalie Jackson, Rashad Worthy, Robert Burns, William Godfrey and Zara Garza.

Gallery hours for the 60 Years of Rock and Roll exhibition are Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 4 p.m. For additional information, visit mca.edu.

Photo: Poster by Ashley Segarra


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Sept. 23, 2014

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MCA Announces SunRise/SunSet: Works from Studio Nong

MEMPHIS, Tenn. ­– Memphis College of Art will present SunRise/SunSet: Works from Studio Nong, an exhibition of work by artists Jessie Fisher, Misty Gamble, Scott Seebart and Leandra Urrutia, from Oct. 13–Nov. 7 in the Main Gallery, Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 17, 6–8 p.m. The artists will also present a gallery talk on Friday, Nov. 7 at noon in the Main Gallery, Rust Hall.

In the summer of 2013, artists and educators Fisher, Gamble, Seebart, and Urrutia traveled to China for an intensive, six-week collaboration and cultural exchange of traditions and expansive approaches to painting and sculpture. Through the exchange, the American artists formed valuable relationships with four sculptors and professors from the Guangxi Arts Institute, Nanning, in the Guangxi province of southern China.

Fisher is an associate professor in Painting and Drawing; Gamble, assistant professor in the School of Foundation; and Seebart is a lecturer in painting and ceramic—all at the Kansas City Art Institute, and Urrutia is associate professor of Studio Art at Memphis College of Art.

During the exchange, the artists worked on the top floor of a spacious pottery factory with private apartments and two large studios. There, uninterrupted studio time, unlimited supplies of Nixing clay and limitless technical resources led to an abundance of creativity and a large body of work. The works were unveiled to the public and press in the Clay Destiny exhibition at the Qinzhou Nixing Pottery Museum at the Olympic Stadium on Qinzhou, China. SunRise/SunSet: Works from Studio Nong marks the first U.S. exhibition of the works created during the group’s immersion in Chinese culture.

In 2015, both parties will meet and work together again, with the artists from China traveling to the U.S. for a six-week residency and cultural exchange that will take place at Memphis College of Art and the Kansas City Art Institute, again culminating in an exhibition of works created during the residency.

Gallery hours for the SunRise/SunSet exhibition are Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 4 p.m. For additional information, visit mca.edu.


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Sept. 19, 2014

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Visiting Artist Ian Schneller at Memphis College of Art

Memphis, Tenn. — Memphis College of Art alumnus, sculptor/luthier and owner of Specimen Products Ian Schneller will present a lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 7 p.m. in Callicott Auditorium, Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. The lecture will include an overview of Schneller’s works, which span three decades, as well as his outlook on craft technique and his views on creating a successful enterprise based on hand craftsmanship instead of mass production.

Schneller received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Memphis Academy of Art (now Memphis College of Art) and a Master of Sculpture degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He began building instruments while in Chicago, including a full-line of aluminum guitars, tube amplifiers and horn speakers. In the guitar world, Schneller is considered a renaissance man, creating instruments from scratch and preferring to build his own jibs, design his own pickups and machine his own hardware rather than rely on conventional methods or existing parts. Schneller’s horn speakers and tube amplifiers have the unique distinction of receiving acclaim from both the design and audiophile worlds for their robust construction, captivating beauty and the ability to join the 1940s-era electron tube technology with today’s iPods and computers. Schneller’s profound reverence for historic methods of artisanship inform all aspects of his work, keeping the traditional forms of craftsmanship and luthiery skills thriving and respected. Clients often describe Schneller as “an artist who happens to make musical instruments,” and “equal parts artisan, mad scientist and gifted teacher.”

In 2010, Schneller initiated a collaborative project with composer/violinist Andrew Bird. The Sonic Arboretum consists of a “forest” of dozens of Schneller’s horn speakers powered by his tube amplifiers. Arranged as a site-specific installation, The Sonic Arboretum serves as a compositional garden for Bird, who creates new music for the exhibition. The Sonic Arboretum debuted in 2010 to a sold-out crowd at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, later moving to Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art for a month-long installation and two sold-out performances in 2011.

Schneller’s work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Elle, Tone Audio, the New York Times Magazine, Wired, Art in America, The Fretboard Journal, Chicago Magazine and on PBS, NPR and Fox TV. His horn speakers were featured in an Apple iPad commercial and clients include Andrew Bird, Jack White, Franz Ferdinand, Wilco, Low, Tortoise, Califone, My Morning Jacket, Rise Against, Death Cab for Cutie, Instagram, Hard Rock Hotels and House of Blues.

Schneller is also founder of the Chicago School of Guitar Making and has taught over one thousand students since the school opened in 2005.

 

Photo: Ian Schneller


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Sept. 15, 2014

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MCA Announces Annette Fournet Persona/Anima in Alumni Gallery

MEMPHIS, Tenn. ­– Memphis College of Art will present Annette Fournet’s Persona/Anima, Oct. 13–Nov. 7 in the Alumni Gallery, Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 17, 6–8 p.m.

Fournet lives and teaches photography in Memphis and in Prague, Czech Republic. She has exhibited her work at galleries and museums in France, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Great Britain and the United States. Her work is included in public and corporate collections such as the Bibliotheque Nationale, the San Diego Museum of Photographic Art, the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Prague House of Photography and the New Orleans Museum of Art.

“This series is based on the expression of the persona (the external projection of self) and the anima (inner soul),” says Fournet. “The portraits were influenced in part by Symbolist paintings. Unfortunately, many of these artists painted from a misogynistic fear of the equality of women with men and of women’s sexuality. The elements of the Symbolist work that I find of interest were their reaction against the mundane, the banal and the bourgeoisie normalcy of the 19th century. I am interested in expressing the exotic, the spiritual and esoteric qualities of women.”

Gallery hours for the Persona/Anima exhibition are Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 4 p.m. For additional information, visit mca.edu.

Photo: Annette Fournet: Persona Anima 1, photo, 40” x 30”, 2013


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Sept. 5, 2014

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Colleen Fitzgerald Exhibition At Playhouse on the Square

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis College of Art announces the opening of Colleen Fitzgerald’s exhibition, Treatment, on Sept. 12 at Playhouse on the Square, 66 S. Cooper St. The exhibition will continue on view through Nov. 2.

A native of Massachusetts, Fitzgerald earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College and her Master of Fine Arts degree from Parsons the New School for Design. She has studied photography and art history in Florence, Italy and has taught photography in New York City, Madrid and Barcelona, Spain and Oxford, England. In addition to experimental photography, Fitzgerald works in traditional photographic processes, drawing, painting and video. She is currently a visiting professor of photography at Memphis College of Art.

Treatment consists of experimental and camera-less photographic images. Fitzgerald combines large sheets of unexposed photographic film directly with various forms of medical treatment. Some of the substances to which the film is subjected include infrared heat radiation therapy, antibiotics, concentrated sodium fluoride, and pain medication. Fitzgerald courts chance in this highly unpredictable process, and the work involves no light or camera, but rather alchemy and the physical endurance of the film/body.

Fitzgerald actively exhibits artwork nationally and internationally and her work was recently featured in the 2014 Onward Compé Summit in Philadelphia and the 2013 Filter Photography Festival in Chicago.

Playhouse’s MCA Gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sunday from 1–5 p.m. and on show nights.

 

Photo: Colleen Fitzgerald, Increase Circulation, digital C-print, 38 x 30 inches


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.  

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August 29, 2014

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MCA Graduate Carolina Salcedo Named as Winner of Library Card Design Contest

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Recent MCA graduate Carolina Salcedo was named as the winner of the Memphis Public Library and Information Center’s special edition library card design contest in a special unveiling today at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library. Calling a library card “the most important school supply,” Director of Libraries Keenon McCloy kicked off National Library Card Sign–up Month and introduced Shelby County Schools Superintendent Dorsey Hopson, who will serve as honorary chair for this year’s National Library Card Sign-up Month.
Salcedo’s winning entry was selected from among five MCA student finalists: Jefferson Muncy, Salcedo, Terri Scott, Jessica Vandenberg and Mary Weber. The final designs were voted on by both library employees and the general public. The special edition Library cards will be available beginning Sept. 15. Readers who do not have a library card may get one for free.

Photo: (l to r) Superintendent of Shelby County Schools Dorsey Hopkins, Carolina Salcedo and Director of Libraries Keenon McCloy


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Aug. 22, 2014

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MCA Presents Downing Pryor Visiting Lecturer Trenton Doyle Hancock

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis College of Art will present Trenton Doyle Hancock, the 2014-15 Downing Pryor Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, in a lecture on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. in Callicott Auditorium, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park. A special reception will be held prior to the lecture at 5:30 p.m. in the Rust Hall Main Gallery. The lecture and reception are free and open to the public.

Known for his intricate candy-colored prints, drawings, collaged-felt paintings and site-specific installations, Hancock is influenced equally by the history of painting as by the imagery of pop culture. He transforms traditionally formal decisions—the use of color, texture, language and pattern—into opportunities to create new characters, develop sub-plots and convey symbolic meaning. His exuberant and subversive narratives employ a variety of cultural tropes, ranging in tone from comic-strip superhero battles to medieval morality plays, and are influenced in style by Hieronymus Bosch, Max Ernst, Henry Darger, Philip Guston and R. Crumb. The resulting sprawling installations spill beyond the canvas edges and onto gallery walls.

Hancock’s mythology has been translated to the stage in an original ballet, Cult of Color: Call to Color. Commissioned by Ballet Austin and created by Hancock, choreographer Stephen Mills and composer Graham Reynolds, the ballet made its debut in Austin in 2008. Hancock also created an original mural for the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium as well as an installation, A Better Promise, at the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park. The recipient of numerous awards, Hancock lives and works in Houston.

About the Downing Pryor Visiting Lecturer Series:

The Downing Pryor Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Series was created to honor the late Downing Pryor and support the mission of Memphis College of Art. Downing Pryor devoted 32 years as a member of MCA’s board of trustees, serving three times as its chairman (1961, 1967 and 1972). Mr. Pryor, born into the automobile business, was heavily involved in Memphis politics, serving as a member of the Shelby County Quarterly Court (now the County Commission) from 1964 to 1968 and the first city council from 1968 to 1972. In 1968, Pryor was the main mediator between the city and striking sanitation workers and, after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., he represented the city at Dr. King’s funeral services in Atlanta. He was recognized for his outstanding service as a civic leader, businessman and patron of the arts along with his contributions in the areas of education and race relations.

Downing Pryor saw the arts in a very special light, writing, “Each adventure with art adds depth and breadth to the mind and heart that enable the individual to go on to the next experience with heightened perception and understanding.” Friends and family members endowed the lecture series as an ongoing reminder of what one truly honorable man can accomplish in his lifetime and beyond. Downing Pryor died in January 1990.

The lecture series offers free public programs featuring some of the nation’s most distinguished speakers in the area of the arts. The college welcomes contributions to the endowment fund, which makes this prestigious lecture series possible. To make a gift to this Downing Pryor Distinguished Visiting Lecturers Series, please visit www.mca.edu/giving or call 901-272-5115.


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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Aug. 15, 2014 

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Suzanne Ramljak Opens 2014-15 Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Memphis, Tenn. — Suzanne Ramljak, editor of Metalsmith magazine and curator of the National Ornamental Metal Museum’s exhibition Protective Ornament, will open MCA’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series on Thursday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. in Callicott Auditorium, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park.

In her lecture, Ramljak will explore contemporary examples of forms of human protection that have existed for thousands of years, demonstrating the safeguarding role that objects such as armor and amulets continue to play, especially in our current “Age of Terror.” A broad range of defense strategies will be revealed, such as clever updates on chain mail, knuckledusters, talismans and wearable weaponry.

On view through Sept. 7 at the National Ornamental Metal Museum, 374 Metal Museum Drive, Protective Ornament showcases over 80 works, including helmets, brass knuckles, aggressive jewelry and other defensive gear, all designed to address issues of protection and empowerment in the face of everyday perils and social challenges. For additional information, visit metalmuseum.org.


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Aug. 5, 2014

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Memphis College of Art Announces 30th Annual Horn Island Exhibition

MEMPHIS, Tenn. ­– Memphis College of Art will present Horn Island 30 in the Rust Hall Main Gallery from Aug. 18 through Oct. 3. A special opening reception will be held on Saturday, Sept. 6 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The works in the exhibition are the outcome of an 11-day annual trip by MCA students, faculty and alumni to Horn Island, Miss., a barrier island that is part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Assistant Professor Don DuMont, director of the Horn Island program, coordinates the travel arrangements and logistics for the expedition, which immerses the participants in nature on the undeveloped island that boasts primitive conditions and no amenities. This year’s milestone anniversary brought a larger than average number of participants, with 43 artists making the trip. “We wanted to encourage past participants to celebrate the 30th anniversary with us,” said DuMont, “so we increased the number of alumni slots for the trip to accommodate as many as possible.”

As in past excursions, a visit to the Walter Anderson Museum in Ocean Springs, Miss. is always the first stop. Anderson, an American artist who spent much of his childhood and adult life in coastal Mississippi, drew heavily on the environment and wildlife of Horn Island in his work.

Once on the island, the artists found time for some collaborative projects, creating two assemblages, one made of all natural found objects and another of all man-made found objects, as well as constructing a sotdae—a tall wooden pole with a bird on its top—for the camp. “In the Korean culture, sotdaes are thought to attract good spirits and bring good luck,” said DuMont. “It must have worked, because we had the nicest weather I’ve ever witnessed on a Horn Island excursion.” DuMont noted that the optimal weather encouraged participants to fully explore the island. “Both a student team and an alumni team decided to make the west tip trek,” said DuMont. The teams hiked to the isolated west tip of the island and pitched their tents for an overnight stay, returning to the main camp the following day. Over the years, the Wednesday night of the trip has become a favorite, featuring a dinner of SPAM and a contest for the most elaborate headdress made with found objects. “It can be anything from baseball caps with items affixed on them, to full island regalia,” says DuMont.

Following the expedition, participants are given several weeks to develop a body of work inspired by their island experience, creating work for the exhibition in media that include photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics and book arts.

Gallery hours for the Horn Island 30 exhibition are Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 4 p.m.

Photo: Marc Rouillard, “Horn Island Sentinal, Afternoon,” watercolor.


Memphis College of Art provides a rigorous curriculum in an intimate, diverse community to empower generations of leading artists, designers and educators to flourish professionally and contribute valuable ideas to society. The region’s only independent art and design college, MCA is fully accredited with expert, nationally renowned faculty and grants BFA, MFA, MA in Art Education and MA in Teaching degrees with graduates excelling in various careers across the country and internationally. For more information, visit mca.edu. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/memphiscollegeofart and on Twitter at @memphisart.

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