School of Art & Design Holiday Sale at the Greenville Museum of Art
November 30–December 3
Commons and West Wing Galleries
* November 30: Special presale for members of GMA and Friends of School of Art and Design, 5-8 pm
* December 1: 10 am–4:30pm
* December 2: 10 am-8 pm in conjunction with the First Friday Artwalk
* December 3: 9 am–4 pm
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East Carolina University School of Art and Design Professor Dr. Borim Song, has co-authored the first art education textbook that Teachers College Art Education alumni published as a group in Korea: Artists, Sensibility, and Artistic Experiences in Art Education with Dr. Hye Youn Chung, and Dr. Hyesook Kim.
and an introductory video for the book:
Veronica Corzo-Duchardt received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago in both Graphic Design and Creative Writing. Her design work is highly influenced by her fine art and visa-versa. Her screen prints have been shown around the United States and are now being sold at CB2 (a division of Crate & Barrel).
Her lecture will focus on the influence between her fine art and design. http://www.winterbureau.com/
The workshop she will be hosting will be based on her Neche Collection. https://vimeo.com/35359915
Participants are asked to bring an object (or objects) that have personal meaning to them. They will create several collaborative pieces based on the objects brought in.
We have space for 15 students for the workshop. If we have enough interest, it may be possible to open a second workshop in the afternoon. Please email email@example.com with questions and interest.
The Wellington B. Gray Gallery of the School of Art and Design is pleased to announce they will host the first stop in a national tour of the IMAGINE PEACE NOW Exhibition November 21, 2016 through January 16, 2017.
A reception will take place First Friday, December 2, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Harriete Estel Berman – Checking The Cost Of Gun Violence
ECU will be the only stop in North Carolina for the Innovative Merger of Art & Guns to Inspire New Expressions, or IMAGINE PEACE NOW Exhibition. It is a juried show of art made from disabled guns collected from buy-back programs and transformed by approximately 90 international artists. The purpose of the artwork is to bring awareness and initiate conversations about gun violence in American culture.
The featured artists include ECU faculty members Ken Bova, Gerald Weckesser, Tim Lazure and Dindy Reich, former faculty members Robert Ebendorf and Joe Muench and former ECU students Sharon Massey and Heath Wagoner.
Johanna Dahm – Imagine War
The I.M.A.G.I.N.E. PEACE NOW exhibition was conceived and curated by Rhode Island artist Boris Bally, who will speak on Friday, January 13, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. in Speight Auditorium as part of the ECU Material Topics Symposium. He will announce the winners of the juried competition at that time.
All programs are free and open to the public.
Matthew Hollern – Rest In Peace
The Gray Gallery and Speight Auditorium are located in the Jenkins Fine Arts Center at Fifth and Jarvis Streets. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The gallery is closed during university holidays. Jenkins Fine Arts Center is handicapped accessible. Individuals with disabilities who require accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the Department of Disability Support Services at least two weeks prior to the event at 252-737-1016.
Please join us for a lecture and presentation by photographer Deanna Witmann on Wednesday, November 16th at 5:00pm in Speight Auditorium in the Jenkins Fine Arts Building.
Deanna Witman is a visual artist, explorer, and teacher working in photographic media. She maintains an intense studio practice with work deeply rooted in ideas of ephemerality, biology, and synergy.
She holds an MFA in Photography from Maine Media College and a BS in Environmental Science from Kutztown University. She is currently teaching at Unity College and serves as faculty at Maine Media Workshops + College, Rockport, ME.
Deanna is represented by Susan Maasch Fine Art, Portland, ME.
This lecture is sponsored by the ECU Photography Guild.
MFA Photography Candidate Sarah Lazure wil be featured in She Shoots Film, Self Portrait, Issue 01, an exploration of film and analog process based female self portraiture and artist words on the printed page.
Featuring photographic contributions from Joy Celine Asto, Laura Aubree, Tabea Borchardt, Gwendolyn Courtney, Dana Deluca, Inga Dinga, Dee Elegia, Dorothy Glenn, Ellie Ivanova, Amy Jasek, Sarah Lazure, Katt Janson Merilo, Vedrana Mijic, Clara Abi Nader, Yaro Neils, Celeste Ortiz, Maria Ovsyankina, Vicki Reed, Marisa Redburn, Almudena Romero, Vera Saltzman, Carol D. Sass, Silke Seybold, Alla Sorokina, Ksenija Spanek, Lisa Toboz, Rose-Marie Westling, Linda Wilson and Anna Yeroshenko.
Interviews with Sarah Lazure, Marisa Redburn, Silke Seybold and Lisa Toboz. Words by Vedrana Mijic and Aliki Smith.
Optical Navigation by Greg Banks
The 9th Annual Joyner Library School Of Art And Design Graduate Student Art Exhibition
October 20nd 2016- January 10th 2017
Reception, November 3rd 4:30 to 7pm
Selections for the exhibition were made by the Joyner Library Committee Selection Panel. Award winners were selected by our Juror, Matt Amante, Sculptor and Pitt Community College Professor of Art, after the exhibition was installed.
- Friends of Joyner Library Purchase Award: up to $1,000
- College of Fine Arts and Communication Dean’s Merit Award: $500
- School of Art and Design Director’s Award: $350
- School of Art and Design Award: $250
Jamal Roberts by Andrew Wells
The opening reception will begin at 4:30 PM on Thursday, November 3, 2016 in the Janice Hardison Faulkner Gallery in Joyner Library, located on the 2nd floor. Awards will be announced at approximately 5:00 PM.