The 2023 Juried Student ExhibitionFebruary 1 - March 31, 2023Reception: TBD

The annual student show returns lớn an in-person exhibition. Works by students in the Department ofArt + Art Historyare reviewed by outside jurors to create an impressive overview of the many projects created over the past year. This newest iteration of the exhibition will be co-juried by Jonell Logan, the Vice President and Creative Director of the McColl Center for Art + Innovation,and Juan Logan, a well known accomplished artist working in the giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn area.

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Spring 2023 2D/3D BFA ExhibitionApril 14-27Reception: April 17, 5:30-7:30 pm
Graduating seniors receiving their Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2D & 3D studio art present their final thesis projects in an exhibition in Rowe Galleries.
Spring 2023 BFA Exhibition, Art EducationMay 6 - 11, 2023Reception: TBD

Graduating students receiving art education degrees present their work along with work from their student teaching classrooms.

Past Exhibitions

Beauty in the Struggle: Celebrating the Life và Works of Broderick Adé HogueExhibition Dates: August 22- September 9 Reception: Thursday, September 1

UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn alumnusBroderick Adé Hoguewas a designer’s designer. His masterful command of his abilities, combined with his continual pursuit of greatness, lead to sustained recognition from the design community that would be striking at any age. In Broderick’s case, we mourn that the time we had to witness his remarkable achievements was so brief.Beauty in the Struggle: Celebrating the Life và Works of Broderick Adé Hogueshowcases his work và process across a range of media, from early sketchbooks to lớn national advertising campaigns to self-initiated social justice works.Despite his young age, Broderick Adé Hogue created a significant career record. Upon graduation from UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn with his BFA in 2013, he moved immediately to Chicago & began an ambitious career in design & advertising. While working with an impressive roster of clients, Adé established himself as a dynamic talent in lettering design & hand-created type. He became a sought after speaker và presenter with invitations to lớn multiple design conferences và the national AdobeMAX conference. Broderick, often known professionally as Adé, was selected by PRINT magazine, a leading publication in the profession of graphic design, as one of “15 creatives under 30 who are shaping tomorrow’s kiến thiết landscape.” He was named a Distinguished Alumni of the College of Arts + Architecture in 2018.While he was continuing to reach new career heights, Broderick always made time to connect with his communities & pass on his knowledge khổng lồ young designers and artists. He taught part-time in the thiết kế program at DePaul University and hosted workshops và community gatherings for interested designers and creatives. He was a frequent guest of the Graphic thiết kế program at UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn, giving generously of his time to lớn teach và inspire the next generation of students. His warmth và enthusiasm were infectious; his visits are remembered for their wonderful good humor.He had so much more lớn accomplish, but he will always remain an inspiration. He will be dearly missed.

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At the Mouth of a Room
: The 2022 Roderick MacKillop Memorial Alumni Art ExhibitionFeaturing works by Elizabeth Arzani "12 and HollyKeogh "14Exhibition Dates: August 22- September 9 Reception: Thursday, September 1

"All the ways a line hallucinates its own linearity...The most insistent pressure. The body"s refraction. The voice"s. How they ridge, crosshatch, & section again. The dissociatedself cannot be approachedas an object. It cannot be laid out before usat the mouth of a room. The best we can vày is trail its impressions."

-Danielle Vogel (The Way A Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity)

Verbal language can often become lost in translation. The same can be true of visual language. What is clear can also be transparent and therefore invisible. Misunderstood, or mistranslated entirely. This room holds visual words that have yet khổng lồ be spoken. It is up to lớn the audience who enters this mouth of a room lớn interpret what is seen & create for themselves a sentence structure of lines, shapes, colors, và subjects.

Elizabeth Arzani is an interdisciplinary artist & educator living & working in Portland, Oregon. As a collector of sorts, Arzani constructs narratives from moments of curiosity, absurdity, và potential humor in happenstance. Her impulse khổng lồ collect & desire to recycle is a search for connection & an attempt lớn collaborate with the unknown. Working between painting, sculpture, và printmaking practices reveals allegorical relationships embedded in materiality. Stories are told in the cracks và creases, stains và rust of physical objects layered with her own mark making. They become site-specific maps of a place, offering a khung of communication that extend language. Arzani received her BFA in Painting and Art Education from UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vnin 2012. She then earned her MFA in Visual Studies from the Pacific Northwest College of Art.

Holly Keoghis a painter based in giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn, NC. She is interested in the relationship between memory & our desire khổng lồ document or freeze time. She is a first generation American, và throughout her childhood photographs were mailed back and forth between her family members in England and America. These photographs depict cousins"birthdays she never attended or new homes she never stepped inside. She examines the familiar faces in these images in vain; she can’t bring them any closer, she can’t reconstruct the original moments in time. She treats the figures in these photographs as a starting point from which her own consciousness supplants the subject"s personality. Psychologically charged portraits emerge from tension between her will to lớn remember and her power lớn project. Images from her family"s discarded photographs, saved tabloids, & memorabilia are cropped & refocused. With this treatment, the paintings arrive at something that is as familiar as it is mở cửa to interpretation; a combination of that imperfect documentation & her equally imperfect memory. Her work aims to lớn create a sensory experience that brings awareness lớn how different truyền thông media construct our reality. Keogh received her BFA in Painting và her ba in Art History from UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vn in 2014.

About the Roderick MacKillop Memorial Alumni Art Exhibition

Rod MacKillop was a beloved painting professor from 1973 until his retirement in 2003. In 1988, he initiated a juried art exhibition of alumni work at the University, a practice that has continued biannually in the galleries of Rowe Arts building.In June 2017, the MacKillop familyestablished three endowments at UNC giaithuongtinhnguyen.vnin his memory lớn find student scholarships và therecurring alumni exhibition.

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