by Venerable Losang Samten
November 4 – 8, 2019
WOMEN by WOMEN is an itinerant exhibition with the mission to promote the work of Ibero-American female artists in the United States. This edition features artists from Latin America, Portugal, and Spain working in painting, installation, and photography
WOMEN by WOMEN was first exhibited at Raw Space, Vero Beach, Florida in January 2019, presenting weeks of successful art, debate, and connections.
Artist Workshop: 9:05 a.m. – 11 a.m. 136 Woodland, Ceramics
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org before September 20th if you would like to attend the workshop
Exhibition Reception: noon – 1:00 p.m. Gallery and Woodland Lobby
Artist Talk: 1:35 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. Lares Intersection
Public Closing Reception: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
April 1 – April 15, 2019
Reception: Monday April 15, 2019, noon – 1:00 p.m.
Woodland Commons, Library and Art Corridor
An exhibition featuring artists making work about US immigration from personal experience within the past 30 years.
Co-Curated by Daniel Oliva and H. John Thompson
Curatorial Assistant, Gigi Fluerentin
Special Thanks to Salar Ghahramani for his consultation and support in the conception of this exhibition.
Lorena Endara: http://www.lorenaendara.com
Kunlin He: http://he-kunlin.com
DongKyu Kim: http://dongkyu-kim.com
SeungTack Lim: http://www.seungtack-lim.com
Agnieszka Maksys: https://agamaksys.com
Tali Margolin: https://www.talimargolin.com
Lorena Molina: https://www.lorenamolina.com
Brian Turkowski: https://www.brianturkowski.com
Ekaterina Vanovskaya: https://www.vanovskaya.com
Ricky Yanas: http://rickyyanas.com
Tuesday, January 23rd, 12:30 – 1:20pm
Art Gallery and Woodland Lobby
(Almost) Good Enough to Eat brings together several years of works from Peter Morgan’s ongoing series described as “Food as Landscape.” These pieces frequently transport exotic animals from their natural environment to a manmade “food-scape”. The large-scale ceramic sculptures transform everyday food items into vast landscapes, while conversely shifting massive objects into toy-sized replicas. Through its macro/micro shift, this series morphs the familiar into the grandiose, while bringing into question the viewer’s position within the universe.
Peter Morgan was born in Virginia and received an MFA in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. Notable residencies include the Clay Studio and the Archie Bray Foundation. Morgan was the recipient of the 2012 Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship and was a National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Emerging Artist awardee in 2016.
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
1:35 – 2:50pm
Lubert Commons, Lares Building
A talk will be given, open to the public, on Tuesday, October 3rd from 6-8pm in Room 112 Woodland. For questions and additional information about this talk contact Pamela Brobst at email@example.com
FaceAge is a remarkably human space in which participants explore issues of identity, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity through the lens of aging. FaceAge challenges age-related stereotypes and triggers self-reflection around deeply personal perceptions.
The award-winning FaceAge video program weaves together interconnected chapters in which young adults (18-22) and aging individuals (65+) reflect on life while studying and describing one another’s faces. This series of intimate interactions challenges perceptions, forsters introspection, and builds acceptance, awareness, and cross-generational connections. The experience is immersive and the impact, transformative.
Andrew Belser is a professor of movement, voice and acting in the MFA Performance program at Penn State University. He was the founding Artistic Director of The Gravity Project, a professional theatre company, international performance research center, and new work incubator. Belser’s teaching and professional directing career has centered on movement forms, voice/breath work, interdisciplinary theatre approaches, and solo work. He has directed over 75 theatre productions and maintains an active schedule of tutorials, master classes, and workshops guiding professional actors toward deeper work through an innovative synthesis of: movement, breath, and voice work; attention to seeing, spatial perception, and aligning performance with situated cognition; and sourcing work from active energy centers.
Wednesday, October 4th
Room 112 Woodland
A reception will follow in the Woodland Lobby and Art Gallery
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Mon: 9:00a – 1:30p, 2:30p – 6:00p
Tue: 9:00a – 6:00p
Wed: 9:00a – 1:30p, 2:30p – 6:00p
Thu: 9:00a – 6:00p
Fri: 9:00a – 2:00p
Sat, Sun: by appointment
Appointments during and outside of gallery hours are welcome and encouraged.
Contact Gallery Director H. John Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit.