George Scheer is the co-founder and director of Elsewhere, a living museum, residency program, collaborative learning laboratory and non-profit organization in Greensboro, NC. George is currently pursuing a PhD in Communication/Performance Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill, and holds an MA in Critical Theory and Visual Culture from Duke University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania in Political Communications.
Scheer’s current research explores the aesthetic context for social change and political practice.
Joseph Norman is counted among the gallery’s “Contemporary Collecting” from 2002 – 2012 Book entitled “Decade”.
Margaret Morrison and Susan Breen in a two-person exhibition in New York.
Woodward Gallery features Susan Breen and Margaret Morrison in a two-person exhibition heralding Spring from March 14 through May 9, 2015. This season, the Artists travel to a location beyond their traditional roads of art. Both Ways connects different aesthetics by traversing varied terrain intimate and expansive, natural and concrete.
Director of the Dodd Galleries, Katie Geha, will give a tour of the exhibition "The Figure 8." The show explores the relationship between the figurative and the abstract in work by three artists: New York based artist Elizabeth Jaeger, Brimingham, AL based artist Amy Pleasant, and LA based artist, J. Parker Valentine.
Jon Swindler Solo Exhibition at the Rowe Galleries at UNC Charlotte
Melissa explored printmaking Techniques
Melissa Harshman completed a six-day residency at Zea Mays Printmaking Studio in Florence, Massachusetts from March 9-16, 2015. During the residency Melissa pulled over 90 prints exploring monotype techniques as well as green printing methods.
A series of artist talks by emerging artists working in painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography and new genres.
Please join us for a series of artist talks by emerging artists working in painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography and new genres. These 30 minute talks will take place in N104 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in March and April 2015. The lectures are free and open to the public.
Image: Spence Townsend, "The Wolves and the Dogs," oil on canvas, 2013
Thursday, March 26:
6:00 pm: Jennifer Clements, painting
Art X Instructor Chris Cogan will show his latest 16mm film: “NO MOON” at the Internationale Kurtzfilmtage Oberhausen, Germany in May.
Cogan’s work will be presented by Light Cone, Paris at the Lichtburg Film Palast.
About the Oberhausen Festival:
For over 50 years the Oberhausen Festival has been one of the most important film institutions in the world which serves as a catalyst and showcase for contemporary works. Filmmakers ranging from George Lucas to Roman Polanski have shown their first films at the Oberhausen Festival.
About the film:
Art X Instructor Chris Cogan will present a new sculptural installation at the Kranenburgh Museum in Bergen Noord, Holland as part of the “MANIFESTEN” group exhibition.
Folkert de Jong, who will also participate in the show. “MANIFESTEN” opens May 3rd and continues through September 2015.
Other artists include: The Wooster Group USA, Delphine Courtillot NL, Pierre Tol NL, Pere Llobera SP, RAAAF Architecten NL, and others.
Exhibition opens April 10 at the Georgia Museum of Art
For the first time, Master of Fine Arts degree candidates in the University of Georgia Lamar Dodd School of Art are taking their exit show on the road. Partnerships in Atlanta and New York City are giving the students the opportunity to gain exposure among the nation's top arts scenes.
Cogan presents as part of the “MANIFESTA” group exhibition
CHRIS COGAN AT KRANENBURGH MUSEUM HOLLAND: “MANIFESTA”
Associate professor of art history Isabelle Loring Wallace talks her about the work of Jasper Johns and her new book on the artist, published by Phaidon Focus.