Charles Williams (MFA Candidate) is exhibiting his work at the following locations: • Winthrop University – Rock Hill, SC. “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” Sept. 17- Nov. 11 2016 • Visual Art Exchange – Raleigh, NC. – “Black on Black” Oct. 7- Oct. 27, 2016 • Texas Contemporary Art Fair – Houston, […]
Dr. Mark Cramer works with Markell Singleton (BM performance, 2019) during our weekly clarinet class on achieving the optimal amount of breath support. Using the weight of the double case, Dr. Cramer drew attention to Markell’s muscle tone, and helped him increase the support by applying a little bit of additional pressure. Hard to tell […]
Meet our three visiting Egyptian artists who are in residency for September: Diaa Eldin Daoud, Amir El Lithy & OssAma EmAm. They along with our own Ibrahim Said will have work on display in the Gatewood Gallery. Don’t miss it! Their exhibition will be on display through 9/30/2016.
Thursday, September 29 6:30 pm in the Weatherspoon Art Museum Please join us for a special artist talk by Leah Sobsey on the release of her latest publication, “Collections: Birds, Bones and Butterflies” (Daylight Books, 2016), a series of exquisite photographs of the collections of North America’s National Park Museums on the occasion of the […]
9/25/16 – 1pm – 5pm Artists: John T. Viar, Jillian Milazzo, Troy Lensen and participants “Reverberate” Find the Art Truck on the corner of MLK and Elm Streets Come for a musical experience where people join the artists with instruments or sound objects to collectively build a large droning sound!
9/23/16 – 5pm – 9pm Artist: Babette Shaw “The Panty Project” Find the Art Truck on the corner of MLK and Elm Streets Artist Babette Shaw addresses subversive, oppressive systems of coercion that support the continuation of institutionalized patriarchal misogyny. Because women have been and remain, the largest oppressed group – both within the US […]
At Sechrest Art Gallery at High Point University. Exhibition through December 7th. Gallery hours 9am – 4pm Mon-Fri. Opening Reception Thursday, September 8, 4pm – 6pm with a presentation by artist Inga Kimberly Brown (MFA, 2016)