Archive for January, 2016

Kirah Van Sickle, Art Instructor, Teaching at Museum School

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

 

Kirah Van Sickle, CFCC art instructor, to teach class at Museum School at Cameron Art Museum on Feb. 6.

See the Museum School Facebook page for more detail: https://www.facebook.com/CAMMuseumSchool/

1st Benny Hill Quartet Scholarship awarded to Brandon Bradley

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

 

The 1st Benny Hill Quartet Scholarship has been awarded at CFCC to music student Brandon Bradley.  This scholarship has been made possible through the generosity of Mr. Benny Hill, jazz musician and CFCC music instructor.

Jennifer Mace, Photography Instructor, to Judge Photography Show

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

 

Call for Photographic Entries for a group show at ACES Gallery!

Art Photographers of Wilmington!
Open theme, but we are looking for more fine art images

Deadline for submissions is Feb 7th – Send up to 3 images for $5 to
wcdjmace@gmail.com
Notification will be sent out Feb 8th
Work to be delivered, gallery ready, Feb 23rd & Feb 24th

Fourth Friday Opening – FEBURARY 26th
Show Dates – Feb 24th – March 20

Pick up work March 21

$5 submission fee to cover food & beverages for opening

ACES Gallery is the Arts Council of Wilmington’s Exhibition Space. Located at 221 N. Front Street, Suite 101 in Downtown Wilmington.

Your artwork
When you submit your work
Label image with title
In Email list: Title, Dimensions, Media, Date Created, sale price

Aces’ Commission Guidelines
The Arts Council shall receive a 25% commission on all sales. If a purchaser sees a work in the show and decides to purchase it within three (3) months following the show, the Arts Council shall still receive a commission of 25%. Any known violation of this policy will result in the artist losing future exhibition privileges in ACES Gallery.

A majority of the work must be for sale in each show, and a price list must be available listing all works shown. If certain works are not for sale, “NFS” may be used. The price list must be submitted to the Arts Council by noon on Thursday, the day before the opening.

*More detailed information will be submitted when you e-mail your images to wcdjmace@gmail.com

Tallis Chamber Orchestra Plays Feb. 14 at First Presbyterian Church

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

 

Philip Singleton, CFCC music instructor, and the Tallis Chamber Orchestra will play a concert of Vivaldi and Vaughan Williams, 5:00pm February 14 at First Presbyterian Church.  This free concert is part of the Music at First Concert Series.

feb.14 poster (1)

“We’ve Got Issues” Art Show in the Star News

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

 

Here is an article about the “We’ve Got Issues” show at the Wilma W. Daniels gallery on the CFCC campus.  Abby Perry, an art instructor in the Humanities and Fine Arts Department, is the curator for this show.

http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20160121/ENT/160129934?Title=Multi-artist-show-at-CFCC-addresses-environmental-Issues-

Abby Perry, Curator of “We’ve Got Issues”, Interviewed by Encore

Friday, January 15th, 2016

 

CFCC Art Instructor Abby Perry is interviewed by Encore about her role as the curator of the “We’ve Got Issue” art show in the Wilma W. Daniels gallery on the CFCC campus.  Follow the link for the interview.

http://www.encorepub.com/creating-new-contexts-wilma-daniels-hosts-multi-media-show-inspired-by-writings-on-environmental-issues/

Casey Scharling Exhibit at UNCW

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Casey Scharling PaintingArtist Casey Scharling, who teaches at both CFCC and UNCW, has an exhibit opening today, January 14, on the UNCW campus. See below for details.

Submerge

Jan. 14 -Feb. 12

Reception: Thursday, Jan. 14, 5:30-7pm in the Boseman Gallery

 

Art is a way of life for painter Casey Scharling, an artist and adjunct instructor in the Art and Art History department at UNCW. The daughter to a portrait painter, wife of a Wilmington artist, and mother to two budding artists, she hails from a deeply creative family. Her work explores the struggle and beauty that can be found in the repetition, rhythm, and emotion of daily life. Leveraging personal subjects, experiences, and feelings, she examines how the identities of individuals are shaped by the recurrence of paths, words, images, and interactions over time.

Casey earned her Bachelor’s and Master of Fine Arts Degrees from East Carolina University and has been recognized by numerous organizations, including the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation and Arts Council of Wilmington.  Casey’s work is housed in private collections throughout the United States.

Star News article: http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20160113/ENTERTAINMENT/160119953?Title=2-UNCW-art-shows-feature-paintings-by-1-professor-work-collected-from-many-others

Photography Student Photos from Project Wings

Friday, January 8th, 2016

 

 

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Jahns Chavez

Jahns Chavez

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Jahns Chavez

Jahns Chavez

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Andi Southern

Andi Southern

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See the Star News story for more details: http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20151215/ENTERTAINMENT/151219857/0/search

 

Two CFCC Art Faculty will have Pieces on Display in the “We’ve Got Issues” Exhibition at the Wilma W. Daniels Gallery

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

 

CFCC art faculty Brandon Guthrie and Abby Perry will have pieces in this exhibition.  See below for details:

We’ve Got Issues: Visual Responses 
to Environmental Writing
 
January 12 – February 19
CFCC’s Wilma W. Daniels Gallery is pleased to present
We’ve Got Issues: Visual Responses to Environmental Writing, a group showing of visual responses to environmental texts.
The exhibition will run from January 12 – February 19, with a Fourth Friday Reception on January 22 from 6-9pm.
The intention of the show is to present visual interpretations of passages from environmental writings. Artists invited to participate have been selected based on the narrative quality of their work, their use of materials, or their ability to address political, social and environmental topics through their work.
“Black Hexagons” by Anne Lindberg
Featured artists include Jennifer Drinkwater (Ames, IA), Kiki Farish (Raleigh, NC), Brandon Guthrie (Wilmington, NC), Anne Lindberg (Wilmington, NC), Iandry Randriamandroso (NYC, NY), Abby Spangel Perry (Wilmington, NC), Dixon Stetler (New Orleans, LA) and Jan-Ru Wan (Raleigh, NC).
Admission to We’ve Got Issues is free and open to the public.
Tuesday – Friday 10am-5:30pm
Saturday 12pm-5:30pm