Well now is your chance. Join us for our Studio Crawl, Tuesday, April 10, 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Tour groups leaving from:
Pease Lobby after the 2018 Annual Juried Student Show Reception.
color + color = space
Felicia van Bork
Exhibition Dates: March 21, 2018 – June 27, 2018 Ross Gallery, 1st floor of the Overcash Building
Artist Lecture: April 12, 3:00 p.m. in Tate Hall
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 12, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
CPCC Art Galleries presents color + color = space an exhibit of recent collages and paintings by Felicia van Bork, courtesy of Jerald Melberg Gallery.
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.
Thank you to Awedience Media for promoting our Sensoria exhibition at Ballantyne Village!
See the video HERE
Creative Loafing “Best of Charlotte 2016” announces Charles Williams’ Continuum exhibition Best Use of Art as a Form of Therapy:
Greensboro-based artist Charles Williams has had three near-death experiences, all of them involving water. Luckily, he turned his bad experiences into a good thing through his Continuum series, which showcased at CPCC’s Ross Gallery during this year’s Sensoria and also at New Gallery of Modern Art in Uptown. Williams has acknowledged his fears of water and accepted that he can’t swim, although his ability to paint water and ocean scenes has been a success. As he said in an interview earlier this year: “When I feel like I don’t want to paint water anymore, then that’s when I’ll take swimming lessons.” We suggest you keep splashing that paint onto canvasses, Charles.
Creative Loafing: ‘Sink or Swim’
Here is a sneak peek of the film Continuum, part of Charles Williams’ Sensoria exhibition in Ross Gallery.
Featured in cover article in SouthPark Magazine, “Art with Soul .“