CPCC Central campus has a full calendar of receptions for the month of November and we would love for you to join us for them all (or as many as you can). The schedule and show notes are as follows:
Thursday, November 8 from 5-8 pm in Ross Gallery, Central Campus Overcash Building
Please join us for the reception for the Holiday Art Market! The market features art from local artists, CPCC faculty, staff, and students. There are lots of pieces priced $50 or less, so please join us for an evening of sweet treats and local art shopping!
Wednesday, November 14 from 4-6 pm on the 4th floor of the library, Central Campus Hagemeyer Learning Resource Center
Wednesday, November 14 from 6-8 pm in Pease Gallery, Central Campus Lower Level of Learning Resource Center
Join us as we host our final Reception in Pease Gallery before demolition of the building. The Airy Knoll Farm Show : Cross-Pollination showcases work from students and professional artists who visited Elizabeth Ross’ farm in Middlebrook, Virginia this summer. This is the final Airy Knoll Farm Show on CPCC campus and we would love for you to join us for an evening of light refreshments and fellowship.
Don’t forget to stop by the Ross Art Gallery between 11-1pm tomorrow (10/31) to pick up an autographed copy of the coloring book “The Beautiful Book of Exquisite Corpses”. The first 200 students will receive it free of charge. Gavin Edwards, along with some of the artists featured in the book will also be here. See you then!
Tomorrow is also the last day for our MakerSpace. A big thanks to everyone who has participated. It has been a lot of fun! Happy Halloween!
CPCC Art Galleries will be hosting the Annual Holiday Art Market in Ross Gallery on Central Campus November 5th- December 5th, 2018. Students, faculty, and some local artists will have works for sale to help you complete your holiday shopping! Choose from ceramics, jewelry, paintings, and photography created by members of your Charlotte community. There will be a large selection of gifts priced under $50, so be sure to stop in and discover what is in store!
if you are a local (Charlotte Area) artist interested in participating in the Holiday Art Market, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Gavin Edwards, editor of The Beautiful Book of Exquisite Corpses will be visiting Ross Gallery on Central Campus on Wednesday October 31, 2018 from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Accompanying Edwards will be local artists and book contributors Dustin Harbin and Holly Keogh. Be sure to stop by as the first 200 visitors will receive a FREE copy of the book!
The game of Exquisite Corpse is simple: two or more people create an unpredictable artwork by folding the paper to hide each contribution, leaving only small connective lines for clues. The unfolded page reveals a finished collaboration—sometimes wacky, sometimes twisted, and always unique. With this book, you can create your own Exquisite Corpses, with friends or on your own, because the pages are already packed with potential collaborators.– Penguin Random House
Now is your chance to come explore your creative side! In collaboration with CPCC Student Life, The Ross Gallery in Overcash Building on Central Campus will be transformed into the inaugural MakerSpace. Students are invited to come into the gallery and express some creativity! From collage to origami, we will be offering a variety of artistic and craft based materials for students to experiment with and explore their creative hand.
Take a moment to breathe and relax and carve some time out of your busy day and make a craft with us!
Artist are visual honey-bees who gather nectar from fields and flowers to create something new. A unique honey results when art-making combines biology, poetry, science, music, or any diverse subject to influence and inspire the other. — Susan Stryke and Larry Sorkin
It has been an absolute delight to host Katie St. Clair’s exhibition Fruiting Bodies in our Ross Gallery on Central Campus. Here are some images from the opening reception and last ice sphere installation. The final Sphere installation is this … Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered how a bumblebee feels while going about the business of collecting nectar? You need wonder no longer, as Don Peeler has brought to us the view of our beloved pollinators. These oil on canvas paintings make us look at the iris and hibiscus in a new way. It is common enough to see floral photographs and paintings, but Don invites us inside the flower itself to see a very magnified view of the petals. Our busy bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds certainly have a lovely office to work in.
These are large paintings and their colors will draw you in making you want to pull up a chair and sit for awhile. To get the full experience come by the Pease Gallery Monday-Thursday 10am-2pm. These paintings will be on display until October 4th.