Join us for the opening reception at two locations:
601 W Rosemary St | Chapel Hill, NC
109A Brewer Ln | Carrboro, NC
Featuring work by:
Carrie Alter, Maria Britton, Conner Calhoun, Casey Cook, Jerstin Crosby, Kimberly English, Heather Gordon, Lincoln Hancock, George Jenne, Layet Johnson, Thad Kellstadt, Ron Liberti, Lindsay Metivier, Katy Mixon, Chris Musina, Jason Osborne, Lile Stephens, Bill Thelen, William Paul Thomas, Louis Watts, Lynnette Watts
Bidding will end for the silent auction benefiting the family of Steven Walls at 8pm on August 10th.
Paint, Photo Collage, Paste & Prints: Conversational Mixed Media
Ron Liberti, Roger Kellison, and Harry Lane Wurster
The ArtsCenter, May 25-June 30, 300-G East Main Street, Carrboro
Opening Friday, June 8th, 6pm-9pm
Music by Shark Quest
A portion of all proceeds will be going to UNC HOSPICE
Join us for the opening reception of a group show featuring the work of UNC's Art Department. Participating artists include Joy Drury Cox, Beth Grabowski, Sabine Gruffat, Yun-Dong Nam, elin o’Hara slavick, Hồng-Ân Trương, Lien Truong, Jina Valentine, and Gesche Würfel. Through October 7th.
Join us at Light on Saturday, July 8th at 2 pm for a talk with papermaker Ann Marie Kennedy! She'll answer your questions and talk a bit about the hand-papermaking process and how it can be used to make collages, as well as exploring particular qualities of paper achieved through papermaking....
Join us at Light from 6-9 pm for the opening reception of a show celebrating paper: the process of making it and creating with it. Papermakers: Art and Design In and Out of Paper -- features work from Hillary Waters Fayle, Scott Hazard, Carli Holcomb, Ann Marie Kennedy, Matt Shlian, Leigh Suggs, Anita Wolfenden. Through August 5.
Join us for the opening recpetion Friday, April 28th from 6-9 pm of BOOKISH, an exhibition that celebrates the book, both as subject matter and physical source material in contemporary visual art. Artists have a long, symbiotic relationship with literature, and a natural affinity for the book as talisman. With Richard Baker, Joy Drury Cox, Duncan Hannah, and Jeff Joyce. Through June 3rd.
Join us for the opening reception Friday, March 24th from 6-9 pm of
Artists, Architects, Designers, Makers
Exploring the process of transformation and combination
through the manipulation of materials
With Heather Gordon, Elijah Leed, Tom Spleth, Tom Shields, Leigh Suggs, Phil Szostak, and Stacy Lynn Waddell. Through April 22.
Join us at Light Art+Design for a special one-night only event on Friday, February 24th from 6-8 pm. The Annual Art Auction is free and open to the public and all sales from the silent auction benefit UNC's MFA Program. Bidding is from 6-8 p.m.
The auction will include work from the current graduate students:
Brittany Anderson, Allison Coleman, Kimberly English, Sarah Farrington, Luke Firle, Joel Hopler, Wayne Marcelli, Lindsay Metivier, Joy Meyer, Vanessa Murray, Emily Smith, Jeanine Tatlock, Louis Watts, Lamar Whidbee, Carley Zarzeka
And MFA alumni and faculty, including: Lauren Adams, Becca Albee, Peter Barnett, Emily Beck, Kyle Bravo, Maria Britton, Anna Buckner, Tammy Rae Carland, Gail Goers, Carolyn Janssen, Minjin Kang, Susan Mullally, Chris Musina, John Neville, Ashley Oates, elin o’Hara slavick, Y.A. Ponce de Leon, Gray Swartzel, Nick Terry, Montana Torrey, Paul Valadez, Sarah Walker, Amy White, Ripley Whiteside, Laena Wilder, and Laura Sharp Wilson.
Join us for a pop up shop collaboration between Grey Goods Studio and Smart & Becker Creative on Saturday, Feb 4th!
Brooke Heuts is behind Grey Goods Studio, and her work is inspired by the power and beauty of the first mark on an unmarked surface -- preserving this ‘mark-making’ is a key part of her process. She hand screen-prints, dyes, paints, and use collages to create textiles and fill spaces with pattern, texture, and creativity. She'll have hand-dyed textiles and goods for the home.
Smart & Becker is driven by Ryan-Ashley Anderson's creative pursuits, including a jewelry collection, DIY workshops and instruction, and various artist collaborations. The core ethos for her jewelry collection is to create beautiful, wearable, functional, long-lasting accessories that are made with sustainability in mind. Currently, most of her work incorporates off-loom hand-stitched beadwork, mixed media textiles, and minimalist geometric shapes and patterns.
This collaboration brings together like design minds, soft, yet electric color palettes, and beautiful goods that offer both timeless beauty and sensible functionality.
Sound. Space. Growth. What happens when one singular voice, thought, or idea is multiplied and magnified? This exhibition explores the power and resonance of the female voice. Using the stereotypical feminine pink, these artists are changing the dynamic...turning up the VOLUME.
Curated by Leigh Suggs. With Eleanor Annand, Meg Arsenovic, Amanda Barr, Lynda Curry, Beverly Dawson, Andrea Donnelly, Hillary Waters Fayle, Mary Fleming, Celia Gray, Carli Holcomb, Harriet Hoover, A. Brooke Heuts, Susan Iverson, Kathleen Kennedy, Rachel Meginnes, Sarah Nance, Carolyn Nelson, Susan Harbage Page, Mia Yoon.
Join us for the opening reception for Industry on Friday, December 2 from 6 to 9 pm. Featuring work by Tres Altman, Katherine Armacost, Jeff Bell, Chris Bitsas, Cameron Credle, Mimi Logothetis, Elijah Leed, Yun-Dong Nam, Carolyn Nelson, Buena Onda, Joan Rehm, Madelyn Smoak, Leigh Suggs, Leah Waller, Michael Waller, and Anita Wolfenden. Through January 7th.
Join us for the opening reception on Friday, October 7th from 6-9 pm. Featuring work by Carrie Alter, Jeff Bell, Charles Chace, Casey Cook, Lynda Curry, Warren Hicks, Jimmy Fountain, Heather Gordon, Harrison Haynes, Soleil Konkel, Leigh Suggs, Steven Walls. Through November 19th.
An evening of musical entertainment with Alison Weiner and friends. Musical sketches in/with/from the works in the gallery.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online (http://www.lightartdesign.com/shop/music) or by calling 919-942-7077.
“Our performance will be inspired by the Art in the moment. As improvising musicians, we will bring our unique vocabularies into spontaneous conversation with each other. Our sketches are alive in the moment, and then they are gone, transformed into memories for those present. Unlike the art works, the process of our musical dialog itself is the result. This is the joy of improvisational music.”
-Alison Weiner, mahalo Arts.com