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octmon16

Student Work from Summer Abroad and Summer Residency (Sobsey/Wasserboehr)

12:00 AM,

(Photo and Sculpture)

Reception October 19 at 3:00pm

Installation on October 16

Deinstallation on October 27

octthu19

Advising Session for MFAs 201

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Faculty Meeting

2:00 PM,

Details not available.

Reception for Student Work from Summer

3:00 PM,

Details not available.

Lecture: The Nursing Virgin: Mary in Egyptian Christian Art

5:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

The largest extant body of early Byzantine depictions of the Virgin Mary nursing Christ comes from Egypt. These enigmatic images were produced almost exclusively for a male, monastic audience. They raise numerous questions. Why did monks choose this image? Given that Mary was a virgin, how could she nurse? Where did the milk come from, and what did it do for the Christ child? In this lecture, Elizabeth Bolman will discuss these images and their functional contexts.

Dr. Elizabeth S. Bolman is the Elsie B. Smith Professor in the Liberal Arts, and Chair, Department of Art History, Art and Art Education, Case Western Reserve University, OH. A reception will follow the lecture.

The lecture is co-sponsored by the UNCG Department of Religious Studies, the Program in Women's and Gender Studies, the School of Art, and the Humanities Network and Consortium.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

octfri20

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octsat21

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octsun22

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octmon23

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

octtue24

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octwed25

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Chancellor's Excellence Foundation Dinner

6:00 PM, Gatewood Gallery

Details not available.

octthu26

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Concert: Blue Mountain Forecast

7:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Blue Mountain: Forecast presents a concert of colorful depictions and visual references through sound. Experience moods and environments that have inspired composers and visual artists for centuries: calm, playful, angry, passionate and political.

Join us before the concert for a special tour of Louise Fishman's abstract expressionistic paintings from the 1970s to today sets the stage for an exciting evening of art and music. Tour begins in the McDowell Gallery at 6:15 pm.

Blue Mountain: Forecast is an adventurous, flexible ensemble based in North Carolina. As members of orchestras and university faculties across the state, BMF collectively presents new and innovative music in relaxed, alternative performance spaces while mixing aesthetic styles and trends. This program features musicians John Beck, percussion; Michael Burns, bassoon; Jacqui Carrasco, violin; Carla Copeland-Burns, flute; Jim Douglass, piano; Susan Fancher, saxophone; Clara O’Brien, mezzo-soprano; and narrator and composer Eric Schwartz. Free. Location: Weatherspoon Atrium.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

octfri27

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octsat28

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octsun29

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

octmon30

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

octtue31

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novwed1

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novthu2

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Distinguished Alumni Dinner

6:00 PM, Alumni House Virginia Dare room

Details not available.

Panel Discussion: Feminism & Gay Women's Lives

7:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Panelists Dawn Chaney, CEO Chaney Properties and former educator; Sydney Gingrow, retired English professor and community volunteer; and Addison Ore, former executive director Triad Health Project and former freelance columnist for the News & Record will talk about the challenges and obstacles that face gay women professionally and personally. Tonight's panel discussion is held in conjunction with the exhibition "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective" and is moderated by Weatherspoon Art Museum Director Nancy Doll.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public.

novfri3

Sam King: Recent Paintings

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Faculty Talk: Heather Holian, Publishing on Pixar

12:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

"Publishing on Pixar: From First Idea to Finished Book Manuscript"

In this casual noontime presentation, Professor Heather Holian, UNCG Art History, will discuss the history of her multi-year project on Pixar, including where the first idea for her manuscript came from, how it developed into a multi-chapter study, and what challenges and surprises the project held. She will also share some of her favorite discoveries about Pixar and its artists.

This noon-time faculty talk is held in conjunction with the 2017 UNCG Faculty Biennial exhibition on view September 2-December 3, 2017. Location: Museum auditorium.

Sept 13-George Dimock, Family Photographs

Sept 27-Elizabeth Perrill, Curating the NCMA African Collection

Oct 4-Andrew Wasserman, Public Art and Nuclear Fear

Nov 3-Heather Holian, Publishing on Pixar

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

novsat4

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novsun5

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novmon6

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

novtue7

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novwed8

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Lia Newman MFA Studio Visits

10:00 AM,

Details not available.

novthu9

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Reception for Sam King exhibition

3:00 PM,

Details not available.

novfri10

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novsat11

1st MFA Install Pecha Kucha @GPS

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novsun12

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novmon13

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

novtue14

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Public Tour: Noon @ the 'Spoon

12:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum - The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Tate Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Our 20-minute Noon @ the 'Spoon tour is a fun way to explore a new exhibtion during your lunch break. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. Free.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free to the public

novwed15

Falk Visiting Artist: Kukuli Velarde

12:00 AM,

Wednesday November 15 4:00 gallery Talk

Thursday, November 16 6:00 lecture

Studio Visits TBD

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Gallery Talk: Kukuli Velarde

4:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

2017 Falk Visiting Artist, Kukuli Velarde gives a gallery talk of her exhibition "Isichapuitu" on view at the Weatherspoon through January 28, 2018. Due to limited space, this talk is only open to UNCG students, faculty and staff.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

novthu16

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Faculty Meeting

2:00 PM,

Details not available.

Artist Talk: Kukuli Velarde

6:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. The joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber characters are based on a picture of a centuries-old vessel made by the indigenous Huastec people of present-day Mexico. As contemporary objects, Velarde incorporates a breadth of religious, mythological, and cultural references, as well as artistic and craft techniques.

Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Falk Visiting Artist. Her exhibition "Isichapuitu" is on view at the Weatherspoon October 28, 2017-January 28, 2018. This talk is open to the public.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

novfri17

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Venice Show, Pecha Kucha @GPS

6:30 PM, Greensboro Project Space, 219 W Lewis St, Greensboro, NC 27406, USA

Details not available.

novsat18

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novsun19

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novmon20

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

novtue21

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Instruction Ends for Thanksgiving Holiday

10:00 PM,

Details not available.

novwed22

UNCG Offices OPEN GAs REQUIRED to work

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novthu23

UNCG OFFICES CLOSED

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

novsat25

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novsun26

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novmon27

Classes resume

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

novtue28

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

novwed29

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Last day of Fall Classes

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

novthu30

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Faculty Meeting

2:00 PM,

Details not available.

TENTATIVE: Billy Lee Talk/Reception at WAM 103

5:30 PM, WAM 103

Details not available.

decfri1

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decsat2

DeInstall Pecha Kucha @GPS

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decsun3

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: UNCG Faculty Biennial

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens September 2 and continues through December 3, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is pleased to present the 2017 biennial exhibition of recent work by studio art faculty in UNCG’s School of Art. The faculty, as both professors and practicing artists, stimulate students to engage in their own aesthetic and intellectual pursuits. To do so, they must nourish their own creativity in addition to deepening their experiences and knowledge of the field.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decmon4

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

dectue5

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decwed6

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decthu7

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decfri8

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decsat9

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decsun10

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decmon11

BFA Senior Exhibition

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

dectue12

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Public Tour: Noon @ the 'Spoon

12:00 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum - The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Tate Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Our 20-minute Noon @ the 'Spoon tour is a fun way to explore a new exhibtion during your lunch break. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. Free.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free to the public

decwed13

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decthu14

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Commencement

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

decfri15

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Reception for BFA Show

3:00 PM,

Details not available.

decsat16

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decsun17

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decmon18

Mindful Mondays

12:30 PM, Weatherspoon Art Museum(Cone Building), Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Looking for a more mindful way to start your week? Join us for Mindful Mondays, a weekly drop-in meditation program. The 30-minute silent meditation is facilitated by UNCG faculty and staff volunteers. First time meditators are especially welcome. No special postures or special clothes needed. Free and open to all. Location: Dillard Room, Weatherspoon Art Museum.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

dectue19

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decwed20

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decthu21

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decfri22

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Louise Fishman: A Retrospective

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through December 22, 2017.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the only southern venue for the traveling exhibition, "Louise Fishman: A Retrospective." This first museum survey of the artist's prolific career features work from 1967 to the present. Fishman employs the formal language of Abstract Expressionism to create large-scale gestural paintings that share the physicality, dynamism, and emotional power of that movement, without its bravado. Fishman's work is highly informed by her deep commitment to feminism, and aspects of her Jewish background.

The exhibition traces the course and development of Fishman's career. From hard-edged grid paintings of the 1960s, she moved to woven-and-stitched works and the explosive "Angry Paintings" of the 1970s. In 1988, a transformative visit to Auschwitz and Terezin led to a group of paintings inspired by Jewish themes; many of these works are among the forceful and gestural abstractions for which she is widely known today.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

decmon25

UNCG OFFICES CLOSED

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

jantue2

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

UNCG Offices open First day of work for 2018

12:00 AM,

Details not available.

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

janwed3

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

12:00 AM,

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018.

Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336.334.5770

Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018.

Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public

janthu4

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

12:00 AM, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018.

Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they pose important questions about how history informs the present and how all humans-regardless of context-try to make their way in a complicated world.

Sanford Biggers holds a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Biggers currently serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University's Visual Arts program in New York City and was recently awarded the 2017-18 Rome Prize.

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

336-334-5770

Free and open to the public