Currently on view in Ross Gallery is Small Histories, the work of Marcia Goldenstein and Todd Johnson.
The artists will be present for a lecture about their work at 12:30, November 3 in Ross Gallery. A reception will follow at 5:30pm on November 3.
Vice President of Learning and Workforce Development, Richard Zollinger hosted a luncheon to celebrate five student winners of the 2016 League for Innovation Art Competition. Each student received a certificate of merit, and several copies of the catalog.
2016 student winners are:
- Catalina Duarte
- Kim Haraden
- KC Roberge
- Jona Maiorano
- America Henry
To view the 2016 League for Innovation Art Competition, visit www.blogs.cpcc/leagueart/
Find out what all the creatives are up to this Fall by checking out the CPCC Arts Guide
The CPCC Visual Arts Department is proud to announce that three Associate in Fine Arts alumnae , Elena Calebro, Brittany Little and Christina Hall are exhibiting in their BFA show at UNCC, opening today at Rowe Galleries.
Artists featured in this show are Elena Calebro, Kalin Devone, Lynn Griffin-Roberts, Christina Hall, Katherine Kirchner, Brittany Little, Carlos Lopez, Jon Worthington and Caroline Waterman.
The artists will be hosting a panel discussion at 4pm on April 8th in Rowe Arts building where they will speak about their artwork and you will have the opportunity to ask them any questions. Then at 5pm the reception will be held in the Rowe galleries, where there will be free food and lots of fun.
The exhibition will run from April 6th to April 14th.
VISITOR PARKING: Free Parking in EAST DECK during opening reception only; please bring your ticket to the exhibition for validation. Enter through the main entrance of campus (off of University City Blvd.). Make a right at the traffic circle. You will pass Robinson Hall on your left. Continue around the curve and the EAST Visitors’ Deck will be on your right.
-For additional directions to Rowe Arts, map, and parking instructions, please refer to Rowe Arts Galleries”
Congrats to all who were accepted to the 2015 Student Exhibition!
Students need to deliver accepted work to Pease Gallery no later than Monday, March 9 at noon. If you miss this deadline, your work will be excluded from the show.
All work must be ready to hang—2-D work such as drawings and photography should be framed and wired. Paintings should be framed or gallery wrapped.
If your work does not meet the presentation requirements of the gallery, it may be excluded from the show. It doesn’t have to be expensively framed to look good. Simple mats and frames allow the work to take center stage.
If you need assistance with presentation, please contact your instructor, or you may contact Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu. Carolyn will be available on Thursday morning and intermittently on Friday to assist you.
The deadline for submitting entries to the 2015 Student Exhibition has been extended until Monday, February 23 at 2pm.
Entry forms and more information available in the ART wing or at CPCC Art Galleries site:
Paula Smith, CPCC full time ceramics instructor will be participating at a Lark and Key gallery function called “Home Grown-Home Thrown”, the theme is “dessert”, (Paula’s favorite subject). The gallery will have specialty local food vendors with samples of their desserts and coffees while myself, Jen Mecca, and Julie Wiggins will be demonstrating various ceramics building methods, (both hand building and throwing on the wheel).
All are invited:
Where: Lark and Key Gallery
128 East Park Ave. Charlotte, NC 28203 704-334-4616
When: Thursday, November 13, 2014 6:30-9:30pm
The chair of Winthrop University will visit on Friday, November 7 at 10AM to review student portfolios.
Here’s what you need to know:
- in-state tuition may be possible for CPCC students
- scholarship opportunities are available
- even if you haven’t considered Winthrop University, it’s a good opportunity to get feedback on your portfolio AND get more info about a good, local school.
Here’s what you need to do:
- organize your portfolio:
10-20 works, neatly presented; can be actual works or digital
Choose work that show how you’ve met the objectives of the courses you’ve taken
Choose your best work. Avoid incomplete projects, if possible.
Be able to self-assess. Know your strengths and weaknesses.
- Ask your instructor for help selecting, if needed.
- sign up for a slot by contacting Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu or stopping by Overcash 152.
- if you can be here on Nov. 7, but want your portfolio to be considered, make arrangements to leave it with Carolyn Jacobs.
If you’d like a digital copy of Carolyn’s Portfolio Workshop lecture, email Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu to request it.