Join the Visual Arts Club at 12:30pm on the first Friday of each month for regular club meetings, and look for special events, workshops and service opportunities to be posted here and in the ARTWing of the Overcash Building and the Center for ARTS Technology Building.
Contact club advisors Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu and Isaac.Payne@cpcc.edu for more information.
Check out all the events this week during Sensoria!
CPCC Drawing and Painting Faculty member Carolyn Jacobs is leading a collaborative Service Learning project with Center City Partners this semester. If you’ve made your way through the Art Wing of the Overcash Building on Central Campus, chances are you’ve been greeted by a dozen six foot tall Nutcrackers! Jacobs’ Painting I class submitted around thirty designs to Center City Partners and eleven were selected to be painted. Students will earn Service Learning credit as well as a project grade. These eleven, which will be auctioned for charity, will go on display Friday, Dec. 6th at 7th Street Market, 5-9PM. However, feel free to come by the Art Wing and see them in progress!!
Video Game Nutcracker
Nutcrackers in progress
In case you’re wondering about that 12th Nutcracker, we’re painting it for the Arts and Science Council—a very traditional looking Nutcracker—look for it on their Thanksgiving Day Parade float!!
There is a new exhibition in Ross Gallery featuring the paintings of Sharon Dowell and the ceramic sculpture of Ahmed Sabha titled Forged Landscapes.
Artist Sharon Dowell
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 11am until 2pm.
For more info: http://blogs.cpcc.edu/cpccartgalleries/2013/10/13/forged-landscapes-opening-reception/
On October 16, 2012, the Arts and Science Council and Charlotte Symphony will partner to honor creative individuals in our community. CPCC’s Digital Photography instructor, Byron Baldwin is the recipient in art. Congrats to Byron!!
For more information, visit this Arts and Science Council link.
And a link to Byron Baldwin’s website.
Artist Annabel Manning gave a lecture and answered questions about her Occupy Charlotte: Then and Now exhibition in Ross Gallery on Thursday, October 4, 2012. Annabel talked about the Occupy movement, Tiny Tents, and her new work on immigration.
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