Department of Art and Art History Exhibition

Iva Kinnaird presents work in two person show at galleryHOMELAND

Mon. July 6, 2015

photograph of gallery with partially painted wall, ladder, and balloons
Image courtesy of the artist.

Iva Kinnaird (BFA in Studio Art, 2014) presents work in a two person exhibition at galleryHOMELAND. The exhibition, Typically Esoteric, will be on view June 26 – August 9, 2015.

Connor Walden presents curatorial project, Cut, Copy, and Play

Wed. June 17, 2015

two rows of prints hanging in gallery space
 

Connor Walden (BA candidate in Studio Art) presents his first curatorial project, an exhibition entitled Cut, Copy, and Play. The exhibition is on view at Blue House Too, a community space sponsored by the Allen Arts Alliance.

Cut, Copy, and Play is on view through June 25, 2015.

Sara Frantz presents solo exhibition at David Shelton Gallery

Wed. June 17, 2015

two drawings hanging on white wall in gallery
Image courtesy of David Shelton Gallery.

Sara Frantz (MFA in Studio Art, 2007) presents solo exhibition The Pleasure Seekers at David Shelton Gallery. The exhibition will be on view through July 4, 2015.

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Katie Rose Pipkin opens solo exhibition at Not Gallery

Fri. June 12, 2015

abstract lines and forms configured into circular shap
Image courtesy of the artist.

Katie Rose Pipkin (BFA in Studio Art, 2013) presents a solo exhibition, Picking figs in the ˚̥̞̞̽̽ͯ garden while my world eats Itself, at Not Gallery. The show will be on view June 12 – July 1, 2015. A limited edition chapbook, published by Raw Paw Press, will be available.

Bogdan Perzyński presents work in Retreat at Liliana Bloch Gallery

Sat. August 1, 2015

photograph of lush forest
Still from 52 42 N 23 52 E. Image courtesy of the artist.

Bogdan Perzyński presents video work in an exhibition, Retreat, at Liliana Bloch Gallery. Rachel Rogerson, curator of the exhibition, states:

Retreat explores our relationship with nature. Through video and photography that reflects the human condition, artists investigate this topic. Home foundations sit lonely amidst sprawling vistas. Lush forests provide little evidence of humanity. Concrete structures dominate cityscapes. What remnants of humanity do we impose on our environment? What features of nature do we attempt to possess?

Retreat will be on view August 1 – September 5, 2015.

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