Three Memphis College of Art students were chosen to participate in the In, On or Of Paper exhibition at the Paper Circle Gallery, Ohio’s Premiere Center for Paper and Book Arts. This exhibition was juried by prominent book artist Eileen Wallace and will include work from students Emily Chaplain, Evan Hoffman, and Josh Orr. [...]
Kyle Novak, BFA 2008, Painting Image above: Jasper, AL President’s Hall Art Gallery Santa Fe College 3000 NW 83rd Street Gainesville, FL 32606 So Much for the Morning opens on April 20 and will continue on view through May 24, 2012. This solo exhibition will feature paintings, drawings and mixed media works.
Annette Fournet, BFA 1976, Photography Image above: Landscape of Memory 1 The Landscape of Memory is on view from April 12 through May 12. From the Artist: “This series of work combines my film-based images with digital scans. The work explores the desire to recall the past. Memory is vague, unreliable, often clouded by [...]
Mitra Abbaspour Art Historian, Associate Curator of Photography, MoMA In the Studio: Photography, Modernity and the Middle East Thursday, April 12 7 pm Callicott Auditorium
April 18 through May 12, 2012 Hyde Gallery – Nesin Graduate School Reception – Friday, April 27, 6-9 pm Hyde Gallery Hours Wednesday through Saturday noon-5 pm For more information call 901-727-5100 or visit www.mca.edu
Jeanine Jablonski, MFA Studio Arts, 2005 Gallerist/Curator, owner, Fourteen30 Contemoporary Gallery, Portland OR Love it or GTFO; (What We Talk About When We Talk About Art) Tuesday, April 10 7 pm Callicott Auditorium
Visiting Lecturer Mitra Abbaspour Art Historian, Associate Curator of Photography, MoMA In the Studio: Photography, Modernity and the Middle East Thursday, April 12 7 pm Callicott Auditorium Mitra Abbaspour is an Associate Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art and a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History [...]
Cathy Wilson, recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, will give a talk titled An educators’ journey as an accidental tourist, Fulbright Scholar, artist and consultant in Pakistan Wednesday, April 11, 12:10-12:50, Myers Auditorium
Visiting Lecturer Jeanine Jablonski, MFA Studio Arts, 2005 Gallerist/Curator, owner, Fourteen30 Contemporary Gallery, Portland OR Love it or GTFO; (What We Talk About When We Talk About Art) Tuesday, April 10 7 pm Callicott Auditorium Jeanine Jablonski is the Owner and Director of Fourteen30 Contemporary, a Portland, Oregon-based contemporary art gallery. Now in its [...]
from dusk till dawn featuring new works by Veda Reed, BFA 1956 Noctilucent Clouds, 2012, oil on canvas, 44×60″ April 3 – 28, 2012 Reception: Friday, April 6 from 6-8 pm David Lusk Gallery 4540 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN 38117 davidluskgallery.com
Visiting Artist Kim Dorland painter Thursday, April 5 7 pm Callicott Auditorium Lori #6 oil, acrylic and spray paint on wood, 2008 BIO Born and raised in Alberta, Canada, Kim Dorland draws heavily from two main inspirations: the Canadian landscape (and the tradition of Canadian landscape painting) and his wife (and the psychology of portraiture). [...]
Come and enjoy trolly night in downtown Memphis! Friday, March 30 from 6-9PM Memphis College of Art Presents Works by Candidates from the Art Education Programs Master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Arts in Art Education On display March 28-April 7, 2012 MAARTED Melanie Anderson Eric Beavers Lucia Haraway Autumn Thron [...]
Revealed Terrain: Landscape in Contemporary Artists Books “There is an eternal landscape, a geography of the soul; we search for its outlines all our lives.” —Josephine Hart (1942–2011). Irish-born British Author. The landscape of book arts and design is ever expanding in the areas of technology and information, language and voice, and audience and [...]
From Crete To Clarksdale, Landscapes by Betsy Brackin, BFA 2000, Painting, on view at 2481 Broad Avenue in Memphis on Friday, March 23 at 6 pm. CLICK HERE to view the postcard and additional new works. Works by Jeanne Seagle, BFA 1972, AVA, are currently on display in Gallery C at Gallery 56, [...]
Assistant Professor Bill Price, BFA 1994, Sculpture, has been named a finalist in two categories of the prestigious 2012 Niche Awards Competition: Home Furnishings: Teapots for his work entitled Drake Teapot and Metal: Forged/Fabricated for his piece 22 Caliber Canvasback. Each year, this competition recognizes the best contemporary design by American and Canadian artisans. Entries [...]
Two works by Eszter Sziksz, MFA 2012, Studio Arts, have been selected for inclusion in the juried 25th Annual McNeese Works on Paper Exhibition at Abercrombie Gallery, McNeese State University 4205 Ryan Street, Lake Charles, LA, on view from March 29 through May 4, 2012. The Opening Reception is Thursday, March 29 from 6-8pm. Image: [...]
Congratulations to Kevin Reuter who was recently named Teacher of the Month at Dunbar Elementary. Click here for details.
Erin Sutton (one of our MAT grads) just had another beautiful baby boy. Daddy is Ben, Big brother is Parker (another MCA baby) and below are some great pics.
The jurying process for the ARTBOUND First Annual Juried Student Book Arts Competition at the University of Florida Libraries is complete 79 books were submitted by 38 artists from across the United States. Winners Included Nikkila Carroll(BFA 2006) Brenda Rae Dunlavy (BFA 2010) Elaine Miller(BFA 2012) Kevin Reuter(BFA 2011) Mark Waguespack(BFA 2010) Jade West(BFA 2011) [...]
Faculty member Maritza Davilla presented Quiet Spirit, Skillful Hand: The Graphic Work of Clare Leighton at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens which included a linocut workshop August 14 Davillas’ work was also included in Exchange 7 Seattle Exhibition. This exhibition features all of the work submitted by participants in the PrintZero Studios Exchange. Professor Cynthia [...]
Marie Provence at the Illustration Academy This summer I took part in The 2010 Illustration Academy hosted in the Warehouse District of Kansas City, Missouri. The four-week program was an educational and enlightening experience for all attending students and established illustrators. I can assuredly say that what I learned there not only polished my existing [...]
Margaret Goodman Exhibition