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Exhibition: City, Village, Exurbia: Prints & Drawings from the Collection

May 25

On view March 17 through July 8, 2018. City, Village, Exurbia features images of assorted cities, villages, and the expanses that exist beyond the suburbs. Views of densely packed communities and scenes of quaint peaceful towns complement panoramas of rolling hills and isolated dwellings, prompting conjecture about the differences that exist between life in these sundry locales. The inclusion of trees, water, and structures, along with the artists’ use of line, vantage point, medium, and tonal contrast, determine the overall mood…

Exhibition: Carol Cole, Cast a Clear Light

May 25

On view March 3 through June 17, 2018. For the past forty years, Carol Cole has been creating and collecting work that affirms our human need for nurture, our shared vulnerabilities, and our potential for living generously. She calls this art humanist, and finds in it important antidotes to the universal ills of greed, neglect, and selfishness. Cast a Clear Light celebrates Cole’s personal artistic journey, the unique vision with which she’s built her collection, and the clarity of purpose…

Exhibition: 2018 UNCG MFA Thesis ExhibitionE

May 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens April 21 and continues through May 27, 2018.The 2018 UNCG MFA thesis exhibition features new work by eight MFA candidates in the UNCG School of Art: Kathryn Cook, Celia Cortez, Brittany Gilbert, Linda Kent, Brian Paulino, Chelsea Tinklenberg, Derek Toomes, and Anna Wallace. Reflecting a variety of studio areas, their work represents the culmination of each student's unique experience at UNCG. The exhibition demonstrates the research, reflection, experimentation, critical thinking, and artistic skills honed by these artists while…

Exhibition: Carol Cole, Cast a Clear Light

May 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

On view March 3 through June 17, 2018. For the past forty years, Carol Cole has been creating and collecting work that affirms our human need for nurture, our shared vulnerabilities, and our potential for living generously. She calls this art humanist, and finds in it important antidotes to the universal ills of greed, neglect, and selfishness. Cast a Clear Light celebrates Cole’s personal artistic journey, the unique vision with which she’s built her collection, and the clarity of purpose…

Exhibition: City, Village, Exurbia: Prints & Drawings from the Collection

May 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

On view March 17-August 26, 2018City, Village, Exurbia features images of assorted cities, villages, and the expanses that exist beyond the suburbs. Views of densely packed communities and scenes of quaint peaceful towns complement panoramas of rolling hills and isolated dwellings, prompting conjecture about the differences that exist between life in these sundry locales. The inclusion of trees, water, and structures, along with the artists’ use of line, vantage point, medium, and tonal contrast, determine the overall mood and atmosphere…

Exhibition: Extreme Measures

May 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

On view May 12 through July 15, 2018.Drawn from the Weatherspoon’s distinguished collection, Extreme Measures pairs objects of vastly different scale and media to explore their visual affinities in structure, theme, technique, or emphasis. While contrasts in scale are most readily apparent, the pairings share characteristics that encourage further scrutiny. Despite the fact that none of the artists were responding to each other’s work per se, it is fascinating to see how they tackled similar issues in their own personal ways. Visitors…

Exhibition: 2018 UNCG MFA Thesis ExhibitionE

May 26

Exhibition opens April 21 and continues through May 27, 2018.The 2018 UNCG MFA thesis exhibition features new work by eight MFA candidates in the UNCG School of Art: Kathryn Cook, Celia Cortez, Brittany Gilbert, Linda Kent, Brian Paulino, Chelsea Tinklenberg, Derek Toomes, and Anna Wallace. Reflecting a variety of studio areas, their work represents the culmination of each student's unique experience at UNCG. The exhibition demonstrates the research, reflection, experimentation, critical thinking, and artistic skills honed by these artists while…

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