Audio-Visual: The Intersection of Art and Music
August 27 – September 29, 2012
An exhibition exploring the intersection of art and music, featuring visual scores, creative instruments, paintings, photographs, installations, and live performances.
Lecture by Theresa Saur: September 20, 2012 (time TBA)
Theresa Saur will be speaking about her ongoing research project and book, Notations 21. This project and anthology is based on John Cage’s seminal work, particularly his musical scores that were liberated from the traditional staff and are essentially graphic in nature. Since the 1960s, thousands of composers have developed unique or graphical styles of notation, and this book profiles the work of more than 160 such composers. This project represents "the most exhilarating and exciting concepts of communication systems and developments in new performance methods by fusing the arts in the most experimental and innovative styles never seen before."
Gallery Reception: September 20, 2012 (time TBA)
Please check our website for other performances to be announced.
August 27 – October 6, 2012
Tammie Rubin is a contemporary ceramic artist whose primary interests are transforming the familiar and trivial into the mythic and fantastical. Her sculptures explore chimerical creatures, contraptions, and assemblages, and they often refer to conical forms that imply communication; such as megaphones, dunce caps, caution cones, gramophones, steeples, and satellite dishes.
Lecture by the artist, Tammie Rubin: September 6, 2012 at 5:00pm
Gallery Reception: September 6, 2012, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Ethan Karp Lecture
Saturday, September 8, 7 pm, FH 111
Ethan Karp, Associate Director of the OK Harris Gallery in SoHo, New York City, will discuss his many years of experience in the art world. OK Harris Works of Art was founded in 1969 by Ivan Karp, Ethan’s father. It was one of the first art galleries in SoHo, inspiring the development of the neighborhood as a destination for artists and collectors. OK Harris was initially at the forefront of the Photo Realist movement, but over the years developed a wide-ranging exhibition program, based on the Karps’ commitment to seeking out new artists.
Daniel Venne Lecture
September 27, 5:00pm, (Location TBD)
Daniel Venne is a painter and interdisciplinary artist, whose artworks are in collections in North America, Europe, India, and Japan. His art ranges from whimsical illustration to classically influenced compositions. He teaches fine art, design, and art history at the University of the District of Columbia. He will be on campus to discuss his approach to fostering original ideas and innovative thinking in student artwork.
October 4 – November 3. 2012
Daily Practice will be a multi-media extravaganza of sights and sounds that represent all that goes into the contemporary and experimental practice of the young Chicago-based firm, Plural Design. Jeremiah Chiu and Renata Graw founded Plural in 2008. With a focus on pursuing meaningful projects, Plural explores new approaches within the design process, experimenting in a wide range of media including print, web, video, sound, interactive and installation. Despite their relatively short time as a firm, Plural has already garnered awards and attention from Print Magazine, HOW Magazine, Communication Arts, Creative Review, AIGA, and Typeforce.
Lecture by Jeremiah Chiu: October 4, 2012; 5:00pm
Opening Reception: October 4, 2012; 6:00 – 8:00pm
Drone: Three Laws
October 18 – November 10, 2012
This exhibition features a series of illustrations and animations by Salisbury University’s New Media Professor, Preston Poe. Based on the premise of Isaac Asimov's three laws of robotic behavior, Poe's imagery depicts science fiction elements of a futuristic world blending nature and technology in a post-apocalyptic dystopia.
Gallery Talk with the Artist: October 25, 2012; 5:00pm
Gallery Reception: October 25, 2012; 6:00 – 8:00pm
November 9 – 23, 2012
Awards Reception: TBD
This exhibition features the work of graduating graphic design students.
November 30 – December 14, 2012
Awards Reception: TBD
This exhibition features the work of graduating students that concentrate in painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, ceramics, and hot glass.
November 16 – December 21, 2012
Gallery Reception: TBD
An exhibition of art by visionary artists of the Eastern Shore, featuring work by mental health consumers from the Eastern Shore Hospital Center and Go Getters, Inc.
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