Tuesday, April 4, 2017:
Annual Juried Student Show: Awards Ceremony & Reception
Awards Presentation: 5:30–6p.m., Pease Auditorium
Opening Reception: 6–7:30pm, Pease Gallery
Wednesday, April 5, 2017, 5:30- 6:15p.m.
LRC Greenroof (Outdoor Patio, First Floor)
Matt Horick Sculpture Presentation: Unveiling New Public Art at CPCC
Thursday, April 6, 2017: We See Heaven Upside Down, Opening Night
6pm- 7:15pm., Tate Hall: MyLoan Dinh/ Lee Baumgarten Artist Talks and Performance by Moving Poets
7:30-9:30p.m., Ross Galleries: We See Heaven Upside Down, Opening Reception
We See Heaven Upside Down is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that responds to the challenges concerning mass migration, displacement, and identity in contemporary society. Based on an idea by painter MyLoan Dinh – herself a refugee of the Vietnam War – and a collaboration with artist/educator Lee Baumgarten, the project has since developed into an international dialogue that seeks to stimulate further discourse and understanding around these issues, inviting collaboration from those with both non-migratory and immigrant or refugee backgrounds.
The Organic Garden: Student Collaborative Sculpture Project
Overcash Atrium: March 27- April 21, 2017
Lee Baumgarten / Ashley Knight / CPCC Sculpture Students
Over the course of the 2017 Spring semester, more than a hundred CPCC students collaborated with Sensoria artist Lee Baumgarten to create a monumental site-specific installationto be suspended from the ceiling of Overcash Performing Arts building atrium.
Something About a Bunch of Boats: Painting II Student Response Exhibition
Gallery Reception, April 3- April 10, 2017
Visit https://sensoria.cpcc.edu/ for more information and a full schedule of events.