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THE EPIC STORY OF AMERICA

SEPTEMBER 6th @ 2pm OPENING RECEPTION + GALLERY TALK


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American Ghost


ABOUT JESSE SHAW

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Jesse Shaw is a printmaker from Tennessee primarily working in relief prints carved from linoleum blocks. He is a graduate from Rhode Island School of Design where he earned his MFA in printmaking (2009). He earned his BFA in visual arts (2007) from Austin Peay State University where he now teaches printmaking and foundations. His work is based in the narrative, satirical, political, and social commentary tradition of the graphic print. Jesse is currently working on a series of 50 prints depicting the epic story of America, which have been exhibited nationally as the series has progressed.

VISIT JESSE SHAW'S WEBSITE


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Image of artist cutting linoleum block


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Liz Miller: Histrionic Malfeasance


Liz Miller received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the University of Minnesota. MillerŐs large-scale, mixed-media installations and works on paper have been featured in solo and group exhibitions regionally, nationally and internationally. One-person exhibitions include venues such as Redux Contemporary Art Center (Charleston, SC); 1708 Gallery (Richmond, VA); David B. Smith Gallery (Denver, CO); The MAEP Gallery at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts; and Mercer Union (Toronto, CAN). MillerŐs awards include a 2011 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant; a 2011-12 McKnight Foundation Fellowship; a 2007-08 MCAD/Jerome Foundation Fellowship; and Artist Initiative Grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board in 2007, 2009, and 2012. MillerŐs work has been featured in art ltd, Art in America, The Huffington Post, and Daily Serving, and is included in two books: Nature: Inspiration for Art & Design (Monsa, 2008) and Tactile: High Touch Visuals (Die Gestalten Verlag, 2007). Miller lives and works in Good Thunder, MN. She is Associate Professor of Drawing/Foundations at Minnesota State University-Mankato.


Visit Liz Miller's Website

Why We Draw: An Exploration of Drawing


October 29th thru November 7th

This exhibition, open to all students, examined the different ways we as artists use drawing in our practices. Students were invited to submit work that ranged finished drawing pieces, research studies, sketchbook pages, text pieces, sculptural maquetes, digital media, and more. This show created more questions than answers.

A series of open drawing workshops and events were created and led by students of UNCG's Exhibitions and Public Practice class such as the Bizarre Drawing Tool Workshop Students gathered to make strange and unusual drawing tools from screws, drills, tape, rubber bands and anything else they could get their hands on.

The second workshop was the Postal Drawing Exchange Event in which drawings were created anonymously and sent to an unknown recipient.

October 2012

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Second Year MFA Exhibition

Second Year MFA Students create work in response to a summer to trip to Berlin and Kassel to see Documenta 13

September 2012

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Fontana Mix: Cross Departmental Happening

Music, Dance, Creative Writing and Art perform scores determined by John Cage's Fontana Mix

September 2012

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September 11, 2001 ( please stop saying 9/11)

Physical and intense works on paper by Christopher Saucedo

April 2012

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Reading Day

Alex McKenzie creates a temporary public library in print shop by checking out 300 books at once.

View Project at Alex's Website

May 2012

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Al Brilliant

Al Brilliant hand binding his inspiring and insightful commencement speech for graduating seniors with BURN DOORDOORDOORDOOR in the background.

See Video and Learn More About Al Brilliant.

April 2012

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Fritz Haeg

Falk Visiting Artist, Fritz Haeg facilitates a public conversation about architecture, environmental design, sustainability and more.

May 2012

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The BFA Senior Show

B.F.A. Exhibition

OCT 30 - NOV 10

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I'll Be Your Blanket: New Work by Rachel Hines

Rachel Hines explores themes of absence, community, and intimacy in performances, actions and objects.

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Dec. 9th 2011

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Leaving Las Vegas

Traveling experimental peice from New York to Las Vegas Featuring Swiss and American Performers

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Opening Jan 12th, 7-9pm

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Harrison Haynes

Harrison Haynes Exhibition cooks up music, art and performance with a dose of conceptual underpinnings...

JAN 24th 7pm

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Harrison Haynes "Live" Performance

Harrison Haynes Performance in the Gallery.

SEPT 5 - SEPT 20

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Chris Miner: The Works

Chris Miner Poetic and impactful, Christopher Miner's videos teeter between comedy and trajedy.

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NOV 14 - NOV 28

L.A.F Project

Turns attention towards post-Soviet Georgia to document the nation as it struggles to become a democracy.

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SEPT 26 - OCT 7

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Only In Greensboro: Student Exhibition

UNCG Art Students are invited to submit work of any media that explores material, subject matter and form inspired directly by Greensboro. More info soon.

OCT 29 - NOV 10

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Adam Stennett

Adam Stennett creats meticulous paintings that cause simultaneous discomfort and pleasure.

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NOV 14 - NOV 28

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LAF Photography Exhibition

The L.A.F Project has turned its attention towards post-Soviet Georgia to document the nation as it struggles to become a democracy.

Learn More About This Show

NOV 29 - DEC 10

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B.F.A Exhibition

Graduating BFA Student Exhibition

December 12

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Corraddi Release Party

More info soon

AUG 17th - SEPT 1

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Cedar Lorca Nordbye

Cedar Lorca Nordbye's work takes many forms and playfully spans object and performance.

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The Hike - August 1st

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Wilson's Creek Wilderness Retreat

11 artist went on a one-day excursion with local trail professional Zach Roberts. When they arrived, they made site-specifc art. These works will be shown at the Gatewood Gallery. Come by and see the show!

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JULY 15 - AUG 1

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Experimental Music Series

Over the course of July, a series of musical innovators, creators and sound artists will be featured in the Gatewood.

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JUNE 13-15

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Color Wheelz and Color Theory

Currently, artist Julia Vallera is in Greensboro and doing a residency at the Super G Experiential Residency. Over the past few days, she has connected with Chris Thomas and is co-conducting color studies and creative works with Color Theory students.