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Exhibitions

Rowe Main Galleries, Fall 2014

 

faculty show posterArt Faculty Biennial 2014

August 25 – September 24
Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 9, 5 - 7pm
Artist Panel: September 9, 4-5pm

We are pleased to present a compelling exhibition of recent work by remarkable studio art faculty of UNC Charlotte's Department of Art & Art History. A panel discussion will precede the opening, in which faculty will share their perspectives and insight as artists both within and outside of the academic world. Join us for light snacks, refreshments, and conversation!

work by Bare and ZimanyValerie Zimany + Daniel Bare
Pam Pecchio + Andrew Leventis

October 1-29
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2, 5 - 7pm

The Rowe Lower Gallery will present a site-specific installation by two guest ceramic artists: Valerie Zimany and Daniel Bare, who both teach at Clemson University. The Rowe Upper Gallery will host works by photographer Pamela Pecchio, a professor at the University of Virginia, and Andrew Leventis, who paints “still-life portraiture.”

Graphic Design & 2D/3D BFA Exhibitions

November 10 –November 21
Opening Reception: Monday, November 10, 5-7pm

Graduating BFA students who have specialized in graphic design and 2 and 3-dimensional media present a senior exhibition. This exhibition represents the culmination of years of study and hard work in the Department of Art & Art History.           

The Art of Student Teaching Exhibition

December 3-December 11
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 6, 3 – 5pm

Graduating art education students present their own work alongside work by the K-12 students they have been teaching. 

Rowe Side Gallery Exhibitions

The Rowe Arts Side Gallery is a student-centered exhibition venue that provides an opportunity for current UNC Charlotte studio art students to participate in a variety of exhibitions. The gallery is designed as a flexible space where students can explore unconventional methods of display and installation, as well as juried or curated exhibitions hosted by student organizations, classes, and studio areas of study.

poster for drawing show

Past Exhibitions

      

Erik Waterkotte: An Abridged Equinox
Dis(play)ced: A solo exhibition by Mary Tuma

January 13-31, 2014
Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 15, 5-8 PM

Using print and mixed media, Erik Waterkotte’s work explores the myth and magic found in popular culture –Utopia, religious extremism and cults, rock n’ roll and heavy metal music, alchemy and mysticism. 

Mary Tuma’s work addresses issues of the transformation of the body and the spirit through the use of clothing forms applied to found objects or placed within a contextual environment, evoking a feeling of loss or distant memory.

The 2013 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

February 10-21. 2014
Reception and Awards Ceremony, Tuesday, February 11, 12:30-2:00 PM

The Department of Art & Art History 2013 Annual Juried Student Exhibition is pleased to have as exhibition juror Brad Thomas, Director of Exhibitions and Residencies at The McColl Center for Visual Art.

McColl Artist-in-Residence Crystal Nelson

March 13-April 1, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 13, 5-7 PM

The Department of Art & Art History partners annually with The McColl Center for Visual Art to host a visiting artist-in-residence from the Center for a collaborative exchange. This year, artist, curator, and writer Crystal Nelson will work with students to present an exhibition that explores conceptual art, interventionist art, and social practices.

2D/3D BFA Student Exhibitions

April 7-15. 2014
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 8, 5-7 PM

Graduating BFA students who have specialized in two and three-dimensional media present a senior exhibition. This exhibition represents the culmination of years of study and hard work in the Department of Art & Art History. 

Graphic Design BFA Student Exhibition

April 21-29, 2014
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 22, 5-7 PM

Graduating BFA students who have specialized in graphic design present a senior exhibition. This exhibition represents the culmination of years of study and hard work in the Department of Art & Art History.       

The Art of Student Teaching Exhibition

May 3-8, 2014 Lower Gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 3, 3-5 PM

Graduating art education students present their own work alongside work by the K-12 students they have been teaching.