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Meredith College Art Department Meredith College Art Department offers majors in Art Education with K-12 Licensure, Graphic Design and Studio Art with 5 minors. Meredith's art galleries host local to internationally recognized artists which exhibitions open to the public free of charge.

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"Exposed" Opening April 6th in the Weems Gallery Visceral, nuanced, and introspective. Meredith College proudly presents...
04/01/2022

"Exposed"
Opening April 6th in the Weems Gallery

Visceral, nuanced, and introspective. Meredith College proudly presents the Spring 2022 Senior Art Exhibition. Seniors Lydia Gunn, Madeleine Johns, Rachael Lautenbach, Candice Lillard, and Kristin Morin will exhibit their work in Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center's Frankie G. Weems Gallery from April 6- May 4. This show unapologetically exposes the raw thoughts and experiences of individuals and communities. The exhibition features work from five emerging artists who use the collection of their unique voices and perspectives to explore movement through both physical and emotional spaces, feelings of otherness and alienation within those spaces, and the grasp we have on the reality of our own identities.

Join us on April 19th for a Zoom Gallery Talk - Registration link in bio!

"I Carry Them On My Back, Of Course!"Running Dates: January 24-March 11, 2022Location: Frankie G. Weems Galllery Press R...
01/19/2022

"I Carry Them On My Back, Of Course!"
Running Dates: January 24-March 11, 2022
Location: Frankie G. Weems Galllery

Press Release:
In "I Carry Them On My Back, Of Course!," mixed media artist Alexandria Clay presents a body of work that eagerly searches for shelter from the trauma of experiencing marginalizing spaces. Spanning over several years, her work arrives at the questioning of origins of “safe spaces;” how are they conceived, and who is maintaining them? In Clay’s experience, Black matriarchs constantly craft and preserve places of refuge in her community–-a practice that is due in part to domestic expectation. In the most recent work, Clay contends with this undervalued labor and the impact it has on the women in her life.

Through a series of multimedia collages which construct ideal worlds, followed by an expanding practice in portraiture, Clay aims to bring a specific, emotional trial to light, and to make known the invisible efforts that sustain her community.

This exhibition is presented by The Black on Black Project and funded in part by the Kenan Fund.

Exhibition Events:
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 27 from 5-8pm
Register for Opening Reception: HERE

Curated Conversation with Michael S. Williams and Alexandria Clay
Join mixed media artist Alexandria Clay on Thursday, February 3 at 7 p.m. as she discusses themes of her latest body of work, I Carry Them On My Back, of Course! The exhibition is on view until March 11 at the Weems Gallery on the campus of Meredith College.
The exhibition questions the origins of “safe spaces,” examines how they are conceived and studies who maintains them. Clay will discuss how Black matriarchs preserve such places of refuge but often see their impact go undervalued.
Black On Black Project founder Michael S. Williams will facilitate the conversation with Clay, which will include a suggested reading list for viewers. The conversation will take place virtually through a Zoom webinar.
Register for the Curated Conversation: HERE

Workshop with Featured Artist: Saturday, February 26 *Reserved for Meredith students* More information to follow.

Closing Reception: Thursday, March 3 from 5-8pm
Register for Artist Reception HERE

Please join us tomorrow evening at 6:30 for our Zoom Panel Discussion entitled "Creative States of Mind." The panel feat...
10/25/2021

Please join us tomorrow evening at 6:30 for our Zoom Panel Discussion entitled "Creative States of Mind."

The panel features Stacey L. Kirby, Sherrill Rolland, Leanna Pai, and Evan Apple. The moderator is Julia Caston, the exhibiting artist in the Frankie G. Weems Gallery.

This event corresponds with the current exhibition "Self-Care: A Mental Health Journey Through COVID-19."

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, October 26 from 6:30-7:30pm
Register here: https://meredith.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SdCdIVboQFSm1

This presentation is funded, in part, by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowments for the Arts and North Carolina Arts Agency._BZJ3HSfQ

Jenny Blazing and Caren Walsh: Turning Point is currently on view in the Frankie G. Weems Gallery!Exhibition Events: Sep...
09/03/2021

Jenny Blazing and Caren Walsh: Turning Point is currently on view in the Frankie G. Weems Gallery!

Exhibition Events:
September 9: In-person Opening Reception from 5-7pm
September 16: Zoom Gallery Talk from 7-8pm
**Both Events Require Registration. They are free and open to the public.

For Registration links and the most up-to-date information please visit the Galleries' website www.meredith.edu/gallery

Mark your calendars!38th Annual Juried Student Art ExhibitionRunning Dates: APRIL 10th – SEP. 23rdLocation: Meredith Col...
03/29/2021

Mark your calendars!
38th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
Running Dates: APRIL 10th – SEP. 23rd
Location: Meredith College Johnson Hall Rotunda
April 20th Virtual Events:
Virtual tour at 5pm
Virtual Award ceremony at 5:30pm
Register for the Zoom Events: https://meredith.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0scOyvpjkpHdNU6M1ftgTKyk8qWih5oiDg

Artist Credit: Safa Salahalden, Kasey Vandenboom, Leah Jenson, Kaitlyn Barlow

Still interested in the Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition? We now have a virtual catalog available or if you wou...
02/13/2021

Still interested in the Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition? We now have a virtual catalog available or if you would like to see us in person you can do so during operating hours!

Information for both our hours and the catalog can be found at:
https://www.meredith.edu/gallery

REMINDER: February 4th Zoom Events!Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pmVirtual Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm Hope to see you the...
02/04/2021

REMINDER: February 4th Zoom Events!
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Hope to see you there virtually!

Opening Exhibition Alert📣: Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition will be opened open to the public ...
02/02/2021

Opening Exhibition Alert📣: Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition will be opened open to the public until March 3rd!

February 4th Virtual Events:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm

For the Zoom Registration link, please visit our website, www.meredith.edu/gallery.

Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition Coming Soon!February 4th Zoom Events: Virtual Gallery Tour ...
01/30/2021

Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition Coming Soon!
February 4th Zoom Events:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery; Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.
More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery

Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff ExhibitionFebruary 4th Zoom Events include:   Virtual Gallery Tour at ...
01/23/2021

Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition
February 4th Zoom Events include:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://meredith.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwofumqqjguGdAuiNCVMiWy4EKBhZRi7vGn
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Exhibition Running Dates: FEB 1 – MARCH 3 2021
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm
Artist Credit (from left to right):
Kiki Farish, Holly Fischer, Shannon Johnstone, Greg Carter

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.

More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery

MEREDITH STUDENTS: THIS EVENT WILL COUNT AS AN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL EVENT IF STUDENTS ATTEND THE GALLERY TALKMeredith C...
01/22/2021

MEREDITH STUDENTS: THIS EVENT WILL COUNT AS AN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL EVENT IF STUDENTS ATTEND THE GALLERY TALK
Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition
Running Dates: FEB 1 – MARCH 3 2021
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery; Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm
Artist Credit (from left to right):
Kiki Farish, Holly Fischer, Shannon Johnstone, Greg Carter

This exhibition features fifteen individual artists who represent current and recent faculty and staff members as well as artists-in-residence at Meredith College. Spanning various medias, the Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition encapsulates the talents of this specific community of artists who not only teach Meredith students, but also they actively expand their research through their artistic practice.

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.

More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery

Interested in seeing the Gallery Talk and Exhibition featuring Yuko Nogami Taylor  Art and King Nobuyoshi Godwin Art?“To...
11/02/2020

Interested in seeing the Gallery Talk and Exhibition featuring Yuko Nogami Taylor Art and King Nobuyoshi Godwin Art?

“Together-We are Having a Good Day” is on view in the Johnson Hall Rotunda until
November 11th. It remains open to the public!

-The link to the Gallery Talk is posted on www.meredith.edu/gallery

Together-We are Having a Good Day featuring Yuko Taylor and King Godwin opens today in the Johnson Hall Rotunda!Exhibiti...
10/07/2020

Together-We are Having a Good Day featuring Yuko Taylor and King Godwin opens today in the Johnson Hall Rotunda!
Exhibition runs October 7-November 11th.

October 29th Events:
-Gallery Talk in the form of a Zoom Webinar from 3:30-4:30pm

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://meredith.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bvtWRtCqRHS1RZts9do5kQ
*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

-In-person, registration only artist reception:
https://forms.gle/b8PmyybJu1z2PdRJ6
**Free and open to the public, but registration is required to attend. Covid-19 guidelines followed!

Yuko Nogami Taylor Art
King Nobuyoshi Godwin Art

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"Exposed"
Opening April 6th in the Weems Gallery

Visceral, nuanced, and introspective. Meredith College proudly presents the Spring 2022 Senior Art Exhibition. Seniors Lydia Gunn, Madeleine Johns, Rachael Lautenbach, Candice Lillard, and Kristin Morin will exhibit their work in Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center's Frankie G. Weems Gallery from April 6- May 4. This show unapologetically exposes the raw thoughts and experiences of individuals and communities. The exhibition features work from five emerging artists who use the collection of their unique voices and perspectives to explore movement through both physical and emotional spaces, feelings of otherness and alienation within those spaces, and the grasp we have on the reality of our own identities.

Join us on April 19th for a Zoom Gallery Talk - Registration link in bio!
"I Carry Them On My Back, Of Course!"
Running Dates: January 24-March 11, 2022
Location: Frankie G. Weems Galllery

Press Release:
In "I Carry Them On My Back, Of Course!," mixed media artist Alexandria Clay presents a body of work that eagerly searches for shelter from the trauma of experiencing marginalizing spaces. Spanning over several years, her work arrives at the questioning of origins of “safe spaces;” how are they conceived, and who is maintaining them? In Clay’s experience, Black matriarchs constantly craft and preserve places of refuge in her community–-a practice that is due in part to domestic expectation. In the most recent work, Clay contends with this undervalued labor and the impact it has on the women in her life.

Through a series of multimedia collages which construct ideal worlds, followed by an expanding practice in portraiture, Clay aims to bring a specific, emotional trial to light, and to make known the invisible efforts that sustain her community.

This exhibition is presented by The Black on Black Project and funded in part by the Kenan Fund.

Exhibition Events:
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 27 from 5-8pm
Register for Opening Reception: HERE

Curated Conversation with Michael S. Williams and Alexandria Clay
Join mixed media artist Alexandria Clay on Thursday, February 3 at 7 p.m. as she discusses themes of her latest body of work, I Carry Them On My Back, of Course! The exhibition is on view until March 11 at the Weems Gallery on the campus of Meredith College.
The exhibition questions the origins of “safe spaces,” examines how they are conceived and studies who maintains them. Clay will discuss how Black matriarchs preserve such places of refuge but often see their impact go undervalued.
Black On Black Project founder Michael S. Williams will facilitate the conversation with Clay, which will include a suggested reading list for viewers. The conversation will take place virtually through a Zoom webinar.
Register for the Curated Conversation: HERE

Workshop with Featured Artist: Saturday, February 26 *Reserved for Meredith students* More information to follow.

Closing Reception: Thursday, March 3 from 5-8pm
Register for Artist Reception HERE
Please join us tomorrow evening at 6:30 for our Zoom Panel Discussion entitled "Creative States of Mind."

The panel features Stacey L. Kirby, Sherrill Rolland, Leanna Pai, and Evan Apple. The moderator is Julia Caston, the exhibiting artist in the Frankie G. Weems Gallery.

This event corresponds with the current exhibition "Self-Care: A Mental Health Journey Through COVID-19."

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, October 26 from 6:30-7:30pm
Register here: https://meredith.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SdCdIVboQFSm1

This presentation is funded, in part, by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowments for the Arts and North Carolina Arts Agency._BZJ3HSfQ
Jenny Blazing and Caren Walsh: Turning Point is currently on view in the Frankie G. Weems Gallery!

Exhibition Events:
September 9: In-person Opening Reception from 5-7pm
September 16: Zoom Gallery Talk from 7-8pm
**Both Events Require Registration. They are free and open to the public.

For Registration links and the most up-to-date information please visit the Galleries' website www.meredith.edu/gallery
Mark your calendars!
38th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
Running Dates: APRIL 10th – SEP. 23rd
Location: Meredith College Johnson Hall Rotunda
April 20th Virtual Events:
Virtual tour at 5pm
Virtual Award ceremony at 5:30pm
Register for the Zoom Events: https://meredith.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0scOyvpjkpHdNU6M1ftgTKyk8qWih5oiDg

Artist Credit: Safa Salahalden, Kasey Vandenboom, Leah Jenson, Kaitlyn Barlow
Still interested in the Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition? We now have a virtual catalog available or if you would like to see us in person you can do so during operating hours!

Information for both our hours and the catalog can be found at:
https://www.meredith.edu/gallery
REMINDER: February 4th Zoom Events!
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Hope to see you there virtually!
Opening Exhibition Alert📣: Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition will be opened open to the public until March 3rd!

February 4th Virtual Events:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm

For the Zoom Registration link, please visit our website, www.meredith.edu/gallery.
Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition Coming Soon!
February 4th Zoom Events:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery; Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.
More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery
Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition
February 4th Zoom Events include:
Virtual Gallery Tour at 5:00pm
Virtual Live Gallery Talk at 5:30pm
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://meredith.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwofumqqjguGdAuiNCVMiWy4EKBhZRi7vGn
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Exhibition Running Dates: FEB 1 – MARCH 3 2021
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm
Artist Credit (from left to right):
Kiki Farish, Holly Fischer, Shannon Johnstone, Greg Carter

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.

More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery
MEREDITH STUDENTS: THIS EVENT WILL COUNT AS AN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL EVENT IF STUDENTS ATTEND THE GALLERY TALK
Meredith College Art Department Faculty and Staff Exhibition
Running Dates: FEB 1 – MARCH 3 2021
Location: Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery; Gaddy – Hamrick Art Center
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm; Weekends: 2:00 – 5:00pm
Artist Credit (from left to right):
Kiki Farish, Holly Fischer, Shannon Johnstone, Greg Carter

This exhibition features fifteen individual artists who represent current and recent faculty and staff members as well as artists-in-residence at Meredith College. Spanning various medias, the Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition encapsulates the talents of this specific community of artists who not only teach Meredith students, but also they actively expand their research through their artistic practice.

All COVID-19 guidelines are to be followed which includes wearing masks and social distancing. Other guidance includes self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms using the CampusClear app. Please refer to https://www.meredith.edu/staying-strong/staying-strong-community-standards for more information on how to access campus.

More information about the exhibition can be found at: meredith.edu/gallery
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