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Center for Visual Arts

2014 Fall Calendar of Events

2015 Spring Calendar of Events

Exhibitions, Lectures, and Special Events 

Corporeal
December 10 – January 29, 2015, M-TH (excluding University Holidays)

CORPOREAL COMPLEXITIES EXHIBIT

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Bodies In Process exhibit is part of a year-long theme identified by the visiting artists and exhibitions committee in the Department of Art at Clemson University. The exhibit of the same name is organized in conjunction with the lectures series.   The exhibition is juried and includes work showcasing graduate and undergraduate work from department.

Artist Reception: Wednesday, December 10, 9:30 a.m. 
Currently on Display until February

DRAWING: AUTOMATIC ENGINE EXHIBIT

10:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. T-F, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sa

Center for Visual Arts – Greenville (CVA-G), 1278 Pendleton Street, Greenville, S.C.

Intense, absorbing, and demanding are the mental and physical precursors to understanding the context of how works in this exhibition were created. Absorbing Experiences is the outcome of an intensive drawing workshop for students enrolled in the Clemson University Department of Art and Architecture programs under the direction of guest artist, Clive King.
art-then-now

February 3 – March 6, M - Th

CLEMSON ART: THEN & NOW EXHIBIT

9 a.m – 4:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Clemson Art: Then & Now is inspired by transitions that naturally develop over time as artists create their work.  The exhibition is divided into two directions, the first is work completed in the print studio by artists during their education at Clemson as undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Department of Art. Professor Sydney A. Cross from the Department of Art at Clemson University selected the works for their excellence in skill and ideas. The second direction for the exhibit showcases a work identified by the selected artist that demonstrates their current research interests or a work that compliments the earlier work selected for the exhibition. The resulting conversation highlights an approach to creative research taking place across time and studio platforms.

February 5, Th

CLEMSON ART: THEN & NOW ART DISCUSSION AND RECEPTION

6 – 7 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Exhibit Reception

7 – 8:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

March 7, Friday

PASSPORT TO THE ARTS

5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. 

YOU’RE INVITED! The annual Passport to the Arts continues to be an exciting and popular “Town and Gown” event. Join The Center for Visual Arts - Lee Gallery and The Arts Center of Clemson for an evening of fine art, entertainers, live music, drinks, and exceptional food showcased at four different locations.

GETTING THERE IS HALF THE FUN! Grab your passport and let the CAT (Clemson Area Transit) Bus take you on a visual arts tour of Clemson for a fun filled evening. All buses feature entertainment making your ride to each venue even more enjoyable. Our locations this year include The Arts Center, CAT Bus, Lee Gallery and our 2014 location at Patrick Square.

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Purchase your tickets online for $35.00 until March 1, 2015. Tickets will be available for $40.00 after this date leading up to the day of the event. Your ticket includes transportation as well as food, drink, and entertainment at all four venues.

PLANNING TO BE A SPONSOR? Your sponsorship makes a difference and provides needed support for the arts in our community. Join us in supporting this annual “Town and Gown” event so our community will continue experience “exciting and accessible fine art!”

Please note that all logos and payments for sponsorships must be submitted by Friday, January 31, 2015, in order to receive acknowledgment on all printed materials. Be sure to email your logo to the Marketing and Public Relations Director, Meredith Mims McTigue at mmims@clemson.edu.

For more information and to buy tickets to Passport to the Arts, please visit www.clemsonpassport.org. For questions regarding sponsorships, please contact one of our co-coordinators for Passport to the Arts, Denise Wooward-Detrich or Tommye Hurst.

Hilary Siber

March 9 – 13, M– F

FINITE PERCEPTIONS EXHIBIT

9 a.m – 4:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Our physical being is too limited a vessel to contain the range of experiences we have as humans. Existence itself cannot be contained within the physical realm only. This body of works serves to explore themes of finitude and infinity, being and transcendence, through paintings that employ phenomenological mechanisms while drawing upon specific human experiences. Paintings by Hilary Siber

March 11, W

ARTIST TALK BY HILARY SIBER FOR FINITE PERCEPTIONS 

2:30 – 3 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

March 13, F

FINITE PERCEPTIONS RECEPTION

6 -8 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Ayako

March 23 – 27, M - F

SENSATIONS RECALIBRATED EXHIBIT

9 a.m – 4:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Sculpture, installation and video work by Ayako Abe-Miller

Abe-Miller is interested in human psychology as a way to explore a person’s subconscious, veiled desire, memory, or human behavior. Inspired by these intangible matters, she has produced situations or conditions that evoke people’s unused or forgotten sensations, buried by today’s individualistic lifestyle.

March 25, W

ARTIST TALK BY AYAKO ABE-MILLER FOR SENSATIONS RECALIBRATED

2:30 – 3 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

March 27, F

SENSATIONS RECALIBRATED RECEPTION 

6 – 8 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

14fallSavannahRiver

Currently exhibiting until March 27, M-F

SAVANNAH RIVER PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY EXHIBIT

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Sikes Hall Showcase, Ground Floor

The series is a photographic survey is an ongoing topographical survey of the Savannah River from the mountains to the ocean. Clemson University Photography professor, Anderson Wrangle depicts the network of rivers in southwest North Carolina, northwest South Carolina, and northwest Georgia through his photographs. The exhibits showcasing how the Savannah River is born from these waters and begins in the submerged confluence of the Seneca and Tugaloo Rivers, deep under Lake Hartwell, marked by the towering presence of the dam. Clemson University is part of this watershed, landscape, and history, and is integral to its future. 

Exhibit organized by the Lee Gallery.

April 22, W
SPRING CERAMICS STUDIO ART SALE
10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Lee Gallery Hallway

The Clemson Ceramics Association will hold a Spring Ceramics Sale to help fundraise for students' travel to the NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) conference this year in Providence, RI and other professional activities.  This sale showcases a wide selection of both functional and sculptural artwork by Ceramics undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and alumni.  The annual Bowl Sale will be held again in late Fall 2015, in time for the holidays.

February 25–April 23

REFLECTIONS: CLEMSON DEPARTMENT OF ART JURIED EXHIBIT

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., W–Th

The Charles K. Cheezem OLLI Education Center in Patrick Square

Department of Art Graduate and undergraduate juried exhibition exploring the many facets of “Reflections.” Hub-Bub Artist Residency Program Director, Eric Kocher is the juror for this year’s exhibition. All media represented.

February 27

REFLECTIONS: CLEMSON DEPARTMENT OF ART JURIED EXHIBIT RECEPTION

Purchase Award’s Private Event

6 – 7 p.m.

The Charles K. Cheezem OLLI Education Center in Patrick Square

March 2

REFLECTIONS: CLEMSON DEPARTMENT OF ART JURIED EXHIBIT DISCUSSION

Hub-Bub Artist Residency Program Director, Eric Kocher

5:30 pm

1-100 Lee Hall

March 30 – April 3

ONTOLOGIES EXHIBIT

9 a.m – 4:30 p.m., M-F

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

Drawing as an approach allows for the accumulation and deconstruction of form, facilitating this exploration of presence and absence, materiality and the void.  Alex Giannell’s works are a multitude of visual inquiries of our perception of self, existence, and the act of becoming. 

April 1 – March 25, 2016

LIMINAL SPACES EXHIBIT

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., M–F

Sikes Hall Showcase, Ground Floor

“Liminal Spaces” showcases prints created in response to readings from the chapter “Place” from J. Robertson and C. McDaniel’s book titled Themes of Contemporary Art, second edition. “Liminal Places” explores a wide range of issues about “Place” from varying perspectives.

April 1

ARTIST TALK FOR ONTOLOGIES EXHIBIT

2:30 – 3:00 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

April 3

ONTOLOGIES RECEPTION

6 – 8 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

April 8 – 16

PRETTY THINGS EXHIBIT

9 a.m.  – 4:30 p.m., W–Th

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

This exhibit showcases work by Bachelor of Fine Arts Seniors: Rebecca Beaird, Bridada Beathea, Bailey Buckner, Chip Sox, and Kaitlyn Vaughn. Artists included in the exhibition examine the blur and overlaps between beauty and concept through a range of media including ceramics, photography, sculpture and drawing.

April 10

PRETTY THINGS GALLERY TALK FOLLOWED BY ARTIST RECEPTION

6 – 8 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

April 22

SPRING CERAMICS STUDIO ART SALE

10 a.m – 5:30 p.m.

Lee Hallway across from Lee Gallery

This sale showcases a wide selection of both functional and sculptural artwork by Ceramics undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and alumni. 

April 22 – 30

*CONDITIONS MAY APPLY EXHIBIT

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., W–Th

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

This exhibit showcases work by Bachelor of Fine Arts Seniors:  Alexa Bernal, Socks Durham, Walt Harper, Hallie Shafer and Wesley Trutwin. These artists explore how we perceive the world defines our reality. By exploring these concepts, artists in the exhibition examine individual interactions between people, nature, and the world.

April 24

*CONDITIONS MAY APPLY GALLERY TALK FOLLOWED BY ARTIST RECEPTION

6 – 8 p.m.

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

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