“Planetary Waves”, An Exhibition Of Panneau De Verre And Fused Glass Works By Kristin Thielking And Lisa Beth Robinson

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Opening Reception: November 6, 6-8 pm
Artists’ Talk: November 11, 5:30-7:30 pm.

You are invited to “Planetary Waves”, an exhibition of panneau de verre and fused glass works by Kristin Thielking and Lisa Beth Robinson, November 6-30, 2015 at the Dare County Arts Council, 300 Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Manteo, NC 27954 (252) 473-5558 dareartsinfo@gmail.com

Kristin will also be a visiting artist with us from November 11-17, giving an artist’s talk in Jenkins 1220 (our auditorium) at 6:30 pm on Thursday, November 12th, and teaching a glass fusing workshop over the weekend of November 14-15.

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Kristin Thielking’s Workshop

Dates: Saturday & Sunday, November 14-15
Times: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Jenkins Fine Arts Center, J-106 Ceramics Studio (signs will be posted)
Cost: $100.00
Registration: robinsonl@ecu.edu

Visiting artist lecture at ECU: Thursday, November 12, Jenkins 1220, 6:30 pm will enable participants to explore drawing and printmaking techniques on glass and create two finished fused-glass pieces. Glass allows for the layering of imagery and text in a way that is quite different than working with paper or canvas. Working with fused glass also provides the opportunity to explore transparency and the way light can activate the layers, as well as create work that can withstand the elements and be exhibited outside or be integrated into an architectural space. Because of the short nature of the workshop, we will provide prepared silkscreens with imagery and text that relate to the theme micro/macro that participants can choose from and combine to create unique works. Thielking will also discuss the technical side of working with kiln-glass and how to use a traditional programmable ceramic kiln to fire glass. No experience necessary.

Linda Adele Goodine; The Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor To Give Artist Talk

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Artist Talk @ Speight Auditorium J-1220
6:30pm, Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Linda Adele Goodine’s training includes a Master of Fine Arts (1984) from 
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida where she studied as a teaching fellow in photography with Robert Fichter, dance with Nancy Fichter and installation performance with Jimmy Roach; a Master of Science in Communication Arts (1981) from Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York in Video and Non-Verbal Communication Theories; and a Bachelor of Arts (1980) from the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, where she studied with photographer Roger Mertin, receiving an Interdepartmental Degree in Economics, Fine Arts and English Literature. During her studies at the University of Rochester, she researched the Farm Security Administration’s collection at the George Eastman International Museum under the direction of Robert Doherty. Directly following graduate school she supported herself as a studio artist and was represented in New Orleans through Tilden Foley Gallery and later the Res Nova Gallery.

Goodine was the inaugural recipient of an Aaron Siskind Foundation Grant, and twice nominated for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant. In the same year she received a Photography Fellowship for the Southern Arts Federation National Endowment for the Arts. The Central Indiana Foundation awarded an Efromyson Fellowship in (2004), which is considered one of the largest individual visual artist fellowships awarded in the United States. She is currently represented by Gallery 19 in Chicago, Illinois.

Annual Chili Bowl Sale

 

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The Ceramics Guild is hosting its annual Chili Bowl Sale on Wednesday, October 28, from 11:00am-4:00pm in the front lobby of the Jenkins Fine Arts Center. One free serving of chili comes with the purchase of a bowl!

MFA 2007 Painting Alumna Jennifer Drinkwater Helps Iowa Towns Build Community, Identity And Economy Through Art

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“AMES, Iowa — From colorful quilts in Main Street shops to gilded oil paintings in big city museums, Jennifer Drinkwater sees it all as art. There are no hierarchies, she says, because all art is a creative expression of culture. And as Drinkwater assumes a newly created position at Iowa State University, her expansive definition of art is serving the people of Iowa well.

This summer, Drinkwater was named assistant professor of art and visual culture and community art extension specialist. The outreach-oriented position was created under the ISU president’s high-impact hire initiative and is one of only a handful nationwide. It places Drinkwater on a mission to help Iowa communities apply art in ways that “improve the fabric” of their towns.

Already she is coordinating art camps for small-town teens, nudging community arts projects off starting blocks, spearheading knit-bombing in Ames, establishing a local artist residency at Design West in Sioux City and assisting ISU Extension and Outreach with a Latino migration cultural project in Perry….”

– See complete article at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2015/08/26/drinkwater

Jennifer Drinkwater’s Website http://jenniferdrinkwater.com/home.html

Metal Design Professor, Mi-Sook Hur at LOOT: MAD About Jewelry at Museum of Arts and Design (New York, NY)

Hur_Photo02From left to right: Glenn Adamson, Director of Museum of Arts and Design, wearing Mi-Sook’s enamel brooch, Moonlight; Bryna Pomp, LOOT curator; and Mi-Sook Hur.

Metal Design Professor, Mi-Sook Hur showed 60 of her new artworks at LOOT: MAD About Jewelry at Museum of Arts and Design (New York, NY) from Monday September 28 until Saturday, October 3.  Over 50 emerging and acclaimed artists from 21 countries were invited.  At the press preview, Glenn Adamson, MAD’s Director, was wearing Mi-Sook’s enamel brooch, Moonlight.

“With over 50 designers on-site throughout the exhibition and sale, LOOT offers one of New York’s most unique shopping experiences”, according to the New York Social Diary. “Proceeds from the sale benefit the Museum’s exhibition and education programs. LOOT: MAD About Jewelry is a striking example of the enduring vitality and evolving possibilities of jewelry as an art form.”

Hur_Photo01Mi-Sook’s work shown at LOOT.  60 artworks have been presented at the event.

Mi-Sook Hur’s Website http://misookhur.com/home.html

2015 School of Art and Design Faculty Exhibition/A Tradition of Excellence

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Wellington B. Gray Gallery

October 9 – November 20, 2015

Gallery Reception, Friday, October 16, 6:00 PM

The School of Art and Design is proud to announce the 2015 Faculty Exhibition, A Tradition of Excellence, in the Wellington B. Gray Gallery. A reception, Friday, October 16, at 6:00 PM will honor the faculty and present their new work. Music will be provided during the reception by Twisted Knot.

Artists included in the exhibition are Kelly Adams, Alice Arnold, Cynthia Bickley-Green, Beth Blake, Ken Bova, Tom Braswell, Scott Eagle, Matt Egan, Robert Ebendorf, Seo Eo, Linda Adele Goodine, Robin Haller, Mi-Sook Hur, Hanna Jubran, Daniel Kariko, Timothy Lazure, Susan Luddeke, Punam Madhok, Joan Mansfield, Audrey Mott, Heather Muise, Robbie Quinn, Dindy Reich, Kristina Smith, Judd Snapp, Jim Tisnado, Michael Voors, Catherine Walker, Gerald Weckesser, Angela Wells and Ken Wyatt. Former ECU School of Art and Design faculty participating are Michael Dorsey, Michael Ehlbeck, Norman Keller, Gil Leebrick and Jacquelyn Leebrick.

The ECU School of Art and Design faculty exhibition will present works in the following media including ceramics, illustration, drawing, metal design, painting, photography, film, printmaking, sculpture, wood and weaving.

East Carolina University features the largest and most diverse studio art program in North Carolina and is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design with faculty enjoying an international reputation in both the studio arts and scholarly endeavors.

The Wellington B. Gray Gallery is located off of 5th and Jarvis Streets on the campus of East Carolina University in the Jenkins Fine Arts Center. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The gallery is closed for all University holidays. Jenkins Fine Arts Center is handicapped accessible. Parking for the lecture and reception is available in the lot surrounding Jenkins Fine Arts Center.

For more information, please contact Tom Braswell, interim gallery director, at 252-328-1312. Gallery website: www.ecu.edu/art/

ECU Art and Design Rebel 58 Magazine Exhibition

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Exhibition Dates: October 2 – 30, 2015
Reception Date: Friday, October 2 during the First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m.

REBEL 58 is an exhibition of ECU student artwork in the following mediums:

Animation | Book Arts | Ceramics | Dance | Drawing | Fiction | Film Art | Graphic Design | Illustration | Metal Design | Mixed Media | Music | Non Fiction | Painting | Poetry | Printmaking | Sculpture | Textile Design | Traditional Photography | Wood Design

ABOUT REBEL MAGAZINE: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-studentaffairs/rebel/index.cfm

Contact rebel@ecu.edu or visit www.facebook.com/rebelatecu

2012 BFA Painting Alumna Lorelei Veronin Accepts Position and Presents Research at 2015 American Art Therapy Association’s 46th Annual Conference

2012 BFA Painting Alumna Lorelei Veronin (double major in Psychology) just received her MS in Art Therapy from Florida State University in 2015. She was a presenter at the 2015 American Art Therapy Association’s 46th Annual Conference – Bridging Cultural Terrains: Expanding the Lens of Art Therapy and recently accepted a position as Activity Therapist at Capital Regional Medical Center in the behavioral health unit in Tallahassee, FL. working with acute inpatient setting, for adults who have been baker acted, diagnosis range from paranoid schizophrenia to major depressive disorders.