Vandals Make Your Mark
To Be Rescheduled
Walkway between Sloan Morgan and Worrell Gym (*this is an outside event)
Gaston County Museum of Art and History in collaboration with Student Life, Ross and Overcash Galleries will host an outside painting event. Students and community are invited to join in on the fun as we paint the area beside Worrell Gym and Sloan Morgan Building. This will be a one day event where GCMAH will teach our students painting techniques, mixing of color, and application of washable paint in an effort to connect, engage and collaborate with our Central Piedmont Community.
We have all seen words or images scribbled illegally onto the wall of a building or the side of a train. As soon as we see those big, bubble letters drawn closely together, we recognize the font as “graffiti style.” But how many of us hold graffiti to the same regards as we do canvases hanging in museums? Graffiti artists are able to engage directly with the city and its dwellers, something one cannot obtain if one’s art only hangs in galleries and museums. Join the Gaston County Museum of Art & History and Central Piedmont Community College in making your mark on the campus in an effort to boldly brighten our world.
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Through an Artist’s Eyes: Gaston County Schools Annual Art Show
Exhibition Dates: June 4, 2020 – July 16, 2020
Overcash Art Gallery
July 27, 2020 – October 1, 2020
Reception Date TBD
Artist Lecture/Workshop TBD