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Department of Art & Design

 

CURRENT

SPRING 2019

Tangibility of Faith: Art & Religion in Appalachia and Tennessee
Curated by Moira Frazier , Cheyenne Good & Amber Howard
January 2 to February 22, Tipton Gallery and Reece Museum
InterFaith Panel & Reception: January 31, 2019, Reece Museum, 5 p.m.
First Friday Reception: February 1, Tipton Gallery, 6 to 8 p.m.
World Hijab Day, February 4, Monday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Reece Museum
Public Lecture by Rachel Boillot: February 14, Thursday, 7 p.m., Ball Hall Auditorium
Sponsored by the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Arts Project Support (APS) Grant in partnership with the Reece Museum, Department of Philosophy & Humanities, Women's Studies Program, Office of Multicultural Affairs

Positive/Negative 34 National Juried Art Exhibition
Juror: Ann Meisinger, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
January 28 to February 15, Slocumb Galleries
Reception on February 21, Thursday, 5 with Juror's Lecture at 6:30 p.m., Ball Hall Auditorium

The Art of Violence, curated by Michael Fowler
February 25 to March 8, Slocumb Galleries
Reception: February 27, Wednesday, 5 to 7 p.m.

MFA Exhibition: Alice Salyer

February 25 to March 8, Tipton Gallery
Reception: March 1, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.

MFA Exhibition: Jordan Whitten
March 18 to 29, Tipton Gallery
Reception: March 29, Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.

BFA Exhibitions
March 4 to 29, Slocumb Galleries and the Reece Museum
Joint Gala Reception: March 28, Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m.

MFA Exhibition
April 1 to 12, Slocumb Galleries
Reception: April 5, First Friday, 5 to 7 p.m.

Diverse & Beautiful: Anviety & Belonging - Latinx Tennessee

Curated by Dr. Felipe de Fiuza and karlota Contreras-Koterbay
April 1 to 19, Tipton Gallery
Reception: April 5, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.
Sponsored by the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Funds & partnership with the Language & Culture Resource Center, Multicultural Center, Department of Anthropology & Sociology, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and School of Continuing Studies

Student Honor Show 2019
April 15 to May 4, Slocumb Galleries
Reception: TBA

Honors Thesis Exhibition: Amber Howard
April 22 to May 10, Tipton Gallery
Reception: May 3, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.

 

FALL 2018

Envy by Althea Murphy-Price

Diverse & Beautiful: Interchangeable by Althea Murphy Price

August 22 to September 20, 2018, Slocumb Galleries
Reception & Panel: September 20, Thursday, 5 p.m.
Panel on Black Artists in TN & Appalachia: Ball Hall Auditorium at 6 p.m.

Sponsored by the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Funds (SAAC) as part of the Diverse & Beautiful Project, in partnership with the Language & Culture Resource Center (LCRC), Umoja Festival, Multicultural Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Department of Anthropology & Sociology, School of Continuing Studies, Women's Resource Center, Africana Studies Program and TN Arts Commission's Arts Build Communities (ABC) Grant

Starting 5 by Brandon Donahue

Diverse & Beautiful: Detangling/Unraveling the Politics of Hair

Curated by Karlota Contreras-Koterbay and Karen Sullivan
September 6 to 28, 2018, Tipton Gallery
Reception: September 7, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., during UMOJA Unity Festival
Featuring: Brandon Donahue, Olivia Ellis, Lawrence Matthews, Lester Merriweather, Carl Moore, Althea Murphy Price, and Carlton Wilkinson

Performance of 'Madam CJ Walker' by Memphis-based Storyteller Valerie Houston:
September 7, First Friday reception at Slocumb Galleries, 6:30 p.m., Johnson city Public Library, September 8, Saturday at 2 p.m., and during the UMOJA Unity Festival on September 8, at 6 p.m. with the 'JC Hair Parade' by Crown Cutz Academy and  regional hair salons and hairstylists

Sponsored by the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Funds (SAAC) as part of the Diverse & Beautiful Project, in partnership with the Language & Culture Resource Center (LCRC), Umoja Festival, Multicultural Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Department of Anthropology & Sociology, School of Continuing Studies,  Africana Studies Program, Storytelling Program, Crown Cutz Academy & regional Hairstylists/Salons, Johnson City Senior Center, Johnson City Public Library, Soleus Massage, Jonesborough Bed & Breakfast, Holston Elementary, and the TN Arts Commission's Arts Build Communities (ABC) Grant

Up The Gravel Path

Up the Gravel Path: Arrowmont Artists-in-Residence
Curated by Lindsay Rogers
September 24 to October 19, 2018, Slocumb Galleries
Reception & Panel: October 9, Tuesday, 5 to 7 p.m., Ball Hall Auditorium
Featuring: Sasha Baskin, Alyssa Coffin, Everett Hoffman, Stephanie Wilhelm and Kari Woolsey
Sponsored by the Tennessee Arts Commission's Arts Project Support (APS) Grant, in partnership with the Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, TN Craft Week, JC Senior Center and Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

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La Historia Crea El Presente (History Creates the Present):
Antuco Chicaiza and Latin American Art from the Reece Museum Collection
October 22 to 26, Slocumb Galleries

Papel Picado with Rosalie Lopez:October 27, Saturday, at the Mc Kinney Center, Jonesborough, 10 a.m. and at Morristown, 3 to 5 p.m.
In partnership woth the Language & Culture Resource Center, and Tennessee Arts Commission's Arts Project Support (APS) Grant

 

 

 Kayumanggi: Post Colonial Filipinx

Diverse & Beautiful: Kayumanggi - Post Colonial Filipinx
October 4 to 26, Tipton Gallery and the Reece Museum
Performance & Lecture by Alejandro Acierto: October 3, Wednesday, Tipton Gallery
Reception: October 5, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., Tipton Gallery
Demo by Emmy awardee animator Jess Española: October 5, Digital Media, 2p.m.
Critiques by Gina Osterloh: October 11, Ball Hall
LCRC Día de los Muertos with Rosalie Lopez: October 26, Friday, 5 to 7 p.m., at Tiptopn Gallery and October 27, Saturday, 2 p.m., at St. Patrick's Church, Morristown,
Featuring: Alejandro Acierto, Leticia Bajuyo, Gigi Bio, Kelvin Burzon, Richard Brown, Manel Isla Contreras, Gina Osterloh and Emmy awardee Jess Española

Sponsored by the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Funds (SAAC) and the East Tennessee Foundation (ETF) Arts Fund in partnership with the Reece Museum, Language & Culture Resource Center, Multicultural Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Department of Anthropology & Sociology, School of Continuing Studies, Department of Music, Digital Media Program, American Museum of Philippine Art, East TN SW VA Filipino-American Association and theTN Arts Commission's Arts Build Communities (ABC) Grant

 

 

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