Apothecary and the UTC Department of Art are pleased to present an exhibition by Michael Sherwin entitled Divided Sky. The artist will be on campus on Thursday, September 15th presenting a lecture about his work at 5:30pm in the Fine Arts Center followed by the exhibition opening at 6:30 at Apothecary. Sherwin will be exhibiting a collection of books, photographs and video examining nature and the scientific method...08-Nov-2011
The Cress Gallery of Art announces the opening of the UTC Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition with a public reception and awards presentation, Tuesday, January 18, 5:30 pm.This year's Juror Hope Hilton, artist, curator, writer/publisher, designer, and performer (www.hopehilton.com) from Athens, Ga., selected 54 works from a record total of 141 submitted.Hilton notes "The strength i see in this program is the attention paid to craft combined with concept. It is incredible to see work that generates so much curiosity and emotion. These students are ambitious. hard-working, and inspired."...14-Sep-2011
Walking into the Cress Gallery at UTC for the opening of Show One of the Senior Thesis Exhibition I felt I was looked at. From all walls, left, right, in the back, even on the panel in front there were faces, staring at me in intense and thought provocative ways. I first observed Michael Woods painting “The Blue Print,” an intense grouping of recognizable figures, masterfully mixing those that were in politics and those that have been figments of the imagination...14-Sep-2011
In this year’s Senior Show the results of how people surrender control to technology, and how people are engaging in less human interaction and more impersonal communication, can alter perception of experiences were examined. Specifically, altered reality, computers that seem to think and feel, and a loss of control were represented to help contribute to this ‘zombie’ state of mind...07-Feb-2011
The photographs in this exhibition are loosely based on the Japanese: shakkei, (borrowed views, borrowed scenery) that refers to a 17th c. garden concept/element. All about foreign views...