2013

STUDENT FLASH SHOW The Wunderkammer: Artistic Curiosities

 

December 6 through December 7, 2013



Where: Willard Wankelman Gallery

Time: 11 AM to 4 PM

The Wunderkammer: Artistic Curiosities
An exhibition of projection-mapped found objects and video installations by students in the Projection Mapping / Film II class.

Professor Heather Elliott-Famularo, Digital Arts, School of Art
Professor Thomas J. Castillo, Film Production, Department of Theatre & Film

Josh Avallone
Sundeep Bharthepudi
Mallory Coleman
Nic Goins
Scott Henley
Desiree Holton
Rob Lakis
John Leftwich
Christopher Madaras
Salvatore Melaragno
Colleen Murphy
Mike Noss
Alexandria Peck
Dennis Recchia
Laura Sprauer
Michael Stafford
Samantha Streber
Haining Yu

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

63rd Annual Faculty/Staff Exhibition

 

December 6 through December 18, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

December 7 – 18, 2013 
January 14 – 19, 2014

63rd Annual Faculty/Staff Exhibition

An opportunity to appreciate the efforts of some of the finest artists in this region, this exhibition presents work in a wide range of media by current faculty and staff members of the School of Art.

 

Opening Reception Friday December 6, 6-10 p.m. in conjunction with the ARTS Xtravaganza, a multi-disciplinary event of performance, demonstrations, exhibits, sales and hands-on activities.

 

image: Marce Dupay, She''s Got the Kind of Beauty That Moves, 2013

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

As They Like It: Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare

 

October 26 through November 22, 2013



Where: Willard Wankelman Gallery

 

October 26 – November 22

As They Like It: Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare

Curated by artists Anne Farley Gaines, Maureen Warren and Robert Kameczura, this lively exhibition presents a remarkably diverse and entertaining appraisal of Shakespearean characters and events.  An illustrated catalogue with an introduction by BGSU Shakespeare scholar Dr. Stephannie Gearhart will accompany the  exhibition. The artists include:

 

Jose Agustin Andreu

Fletcher Hayes

Phil Schuster       

Rene Arceo

Preston Jackson

Charlotte Segal

 

Tim Arroyo

Robert Kameczura

Beth Shadur

Sharon Bladholm

Kim Laurel

Steve Sherrell

Carol Brookes

Richard Laurent

Lothar Speer

Keith Brownlee

Carron Little

Eleanor Spiess-Ferris

Mario Castillo

Deborah  Maris Lader

Michele Stutts

Laura Coyle

Renee McGinnis

Grant Thye

Michael Ferris

James Mesplé

Frank Tumino

Lynn Floriano

BettyAnn Mocek

Maureen Warren

Chris Flynn

Geoffrey Novelli

Kathy Weaver

Jonathan Franklin

Christine O''Connor

Christa Wellman

Anne Farley Gaines

Joyce Owens

Carla Winterbottom

Sheila Ganch

Corinne D. Peterson

Marzena Ziejka

Sergio Gomez

Mary Porterfield

Jill Zylke


EVENT

Opening reception: Saturday, October 26, 7-9 pm

featuring a Gallery Talk by BGSU Shakespeare scholar Stephannie Gearhart and excerpts from the plays by members of the Bowling Green based theatre company, Lionface Productions, and refreshments with a Shakespearean theme. Many of the artists will be present.

 

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

New Art & Sound

 

October 16 through November 17, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

 

New Art & Sound
In Conjunction with the New Music Festival

 

Information Station by George Lewis, featured NMF composer/artist

Baggage Allowance by Pamela Z

 


EVENT


Performance: October 16, 7 pm Pamela Z
Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

The exhibition opening reception will follow the performance


Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers, and video. Among her numerous recognitions are a Guggenheim Fellowship, Creative Capital Fund and ASCAP Awards.

George Lewis is the Edwin H. Case Professor of American Music at Columbia University and a McArthur Fellow (2002). His work as composer, improviser, performer and interpreter explores electronic and computer music, computerbased multimedia installations, text-sound works, and notated and improvised forms, and is documented on more than 140 recordings.

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

FOCUS: Northwest Ohio & Southeast Michigan Juried High School Art Show

 

September 7 through October 5, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery

View the incredible talent of gifted high school artists from northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan in this highly competitive juried exhibition organized by Jason Sanderson of Bedford High School.



Awards Ceremony: Saturday, September 7th from 6-7 p.m. in Olscamp Hall 115.

Opening Reception: 
Saturday, September 7th from 7-9 p.m. 

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

Consumed: Nourishment & Indulgence

 

September 6 through October 9, 2013



Where: Willard Wankelman Gallery

Food is unlike any other object of consumption because it is necessary for life, yet we have highly complex societal, cultural and individual relationships with it. The work in this exhibition considers some of the issues, attitudes and associations that food engenders and symbolizes. Curated by Jacqueline Nathan with Marce Dupay and Wynn Perry.  

Artists

Michael Burton and Michiko Nitta
Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr
Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman 
Sue Coe
Sayaka Ganz
Jeph Gurecka
Mary Ellen Johnson
Judith Klausner 
Katharine Kuharic
Monika Malewska
Portia Munson
Debra Priestly
Tara Sellios
Dennis Wojtkiewicz
April Wood


Events:

ArtTalkSue Coe  Friday, September 13th at 7 p.m., followed by a reception for the artists.

  Coe is renowned as an animal rights activist and artist. She recently published Cruel.

ArtTalk: Cynthia Baron  Sunday, September 15th at 3 p.m. (immediately before the first film).  Watch What You Eat: Food Documentaries and the Counter-Cuisine Movement by this BGSU professor and co-author of Appetites and Anxieties: Food, Film and the Politics of Representation (2013)

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Link to book Appendices


ArtTalk: Debra Priestly Monday, September 16th, at 5 p.m. Priestly''s prints and mixed media work often use canning jar images to indicate the preservation of African-American history.

Sunday Munch: A series of films about food on September 15, 22 and 29 at 4 p.m. Films included in the series are: 

The Garden
 (2008): A group of mostly working class, Latino South Central farmers fought the good fight—and they''re still at it— for the basic human need to grow food. in this Academy Award nominated film.

Super Size Me 
(2004): A cult classic with Morgan Spurlock eating his way to bad health on a month''s worth of McDonalds.

Food, Inc.
(2008) : The rock stars of the ethical eating movement —Michael Pollan and Eric Schlosser— weigh in on all that is wrong in American''s industrialized food system.

 


 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

NOWOH Art Show

 

June 21 through July 12, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

 

 

 

Show Dates June 21st - July 12th, 2013

Hours       Thursday-Sunday, 1– 4 pm; Friday evenings, 6-8 pm, Closed July 4th and 5th

Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony  Friday, June 21st, 7–9 pm

On-line/mail entry April 15th - June 15th

Drop-off/ Payment date  Saturday, June 15th, 11am –3 pm

Location Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Center

Eligibility Northwest Ohio residents 16 years of age and older residing in the following counties: Defiance, Erie, Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Paulding, Sandusky, Seneca, Williams, Wood 

Entry Fees 16-18 years of age: $15.00. 19 years of age and older: $30.00. Entrants may submit up to 3 pieces. Volunteer for 3 hours and reduce your entry fee by $5; for 6 hours, reduce it by $10.

Awards More than $1400 in cash awards and gift certificates, including a $500 Grand Prize and the Kiwanis Young Artist Award, will be offered in several categories by a professional juror.  A Popular Choice award will also be featured.

On-line Entry & Prospectus   www.NoWOHartSHOW.org

Free Artists’ Workshops/Pick Up  Saturday, July 13 
                    (R.S.V.P. on the website: NowohARTShow.org)


o        1-2 pm The Next Step: Getting Your Work Out of the Studio

                   Please join us for a lively panel discussion of useful strategies, and insights to help move your work out of the studio and put it before a wider audience.

                   Our diverse lineup of panelists will offer practical real world advice on how to secure exhibitions; gallery representation; promotion,marketing and online presence; networking; pricing and sales.

                   Bring your questions, success stories and a notebook, and plan to be part of the conversation.

Panelists:
  • Amber Le Fever - artist, Director and Co-Owner, LeSo Art Gallery and Education
  • Brad Scherzer - PR and Design Director, LeSo Art Gallery and Education
  • Jan Bell - photographer and artistic entrepreneur 
  • Michael Arrigo - multi-discipline artist and Associate Professor of Art, BGSU
  • Dennis Wojtkiewicz - painter and Professor of Art/Area Head, Drawing/Painting, BGSU

 

o        1– 4 pm  Pick-Up

 

Sponsored by:

Masterpiece Sponsor
Anonymous
BGSU School of Art
Connoisseur Sponsor
BGSU Fine Arts Galleries
Ohio Arts Council
The Andersons
Patron Sponsor
Henry County Bank
Sea Lion Studio
Dr. Phipps, Levin & Hebeka
Myles Baker Street
Cloudy with a Chance
of Cupcakes
Toledo Federation of
Arts Societies
BG Kiwanis
Arts Village
Café Havana
Katerina Rüedi Ray
Gallerista Sponsor
Jeff & Inge Klopping
Alice & John Calderonello
Grounds For Thought
A Taste of Amish Deli
Pisanello''s Pizza
Coyote Beads
Bowling Green Hats & Apparel

 

 

 

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 4193728525

MFA Thesis Exhibition II

 

April 27 through May 5, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

  

Jill Allan, Glass (image)

Kenneth Fairclough, Digital Arts

Chelsey Hammersmith, Metals & Jewelry

Janna Wheeler, Painting & Drawing

Chelsea Younkman, Painting & Drawing

 

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

MFA Thesis Exhibition I

 

April 13 through April 21, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

Emily Jay, Painting & Drawing (image) 

Natalie McChessney, Painting & Drawing

Charles O'Neil, Painting & Drawing

Timothy Walker, Sculpture

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 419-372-8525

 

Dorothy Bryan: The Chemo Paintings

 

April 12 through April 29, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery Foyer

Dorothy Bryan made a difference. She tried to make every community in which she lived or that she touched a better place. When she triumphed over a cancer diagnosis, she shared her story with fellow cancer patients across the nation. She supported the arts with her time, money and enthusiasm, getting actively involved to create lasting contributions.

The artist's most recognized works, showcased in this exhibition, were created as she dealt with the physical and emotional trauma of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment in 1989. A first catalog of this series was published in 1991 and the paintings were exhibited widely. Her story later became the subject of a profoundly moving and award-winning documentary. Produced and directed by Shawn Brady of WBGU-TV, the program was seen on more than sixty PBS stations nationwide. According to the introduction in that first catalogue, she saw this series of paintings “as an inspiration and a hope for fellow victims and as a dedication to everyone who is helping fight cancer in all its forms.”

We are honored to display these paintings at BGSU as they make their way from a showing at the Toledo Museum of Art to their permanent home in the new Dana Cancer Center.

Dorothy Uber Bryan was a kind, generous and thoughtful woman, who finally succumbed to cancer in 2001.  Her charm and warm smile are captured in the portrait of Ashel and Dorothy, commissioned by the University’s Foundation and created by Toledo artist Leslie Adams, which is on display in the Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery.  She is remembered by many with gratitude and appreciation for her remarkable achievements and gifts.

For more information visit: www.bgsu.edu/chemo

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 4193728525

 

BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition

 

March 24 through April 10, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

BFA Prospectus

March 23 Opening Reception Events:
6:30pm       Video Screening   room 204 Fine Arts Center
7-8:30pm    Opening Reception in the Fine Arts Center Galleries
8:00pm       Awards Ceremony


The Galleries will be closed on Easter Sunday, March 31

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 4193728525

 

Annual Undergraduate Art & Design Exhibition

 

February 10 through February 24, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

 

 

Open Monday, February 18 for President’s Day

 

 

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 4193728525

Labors of Love

 

January 15 through February 16, 2013



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery Foyer

This collection of posters were created out of the pleasure of making by BGSU Graphic Design Alumni from 1992-2012. Made from special love, each creator either silk-screened it, handmade it, labored over it for months, or just downright loved its outcome. Enjoy.

Curated by Jenn Stucker.

Contact: Jacqueline Nathan 
E-mail: galleries@bgsu.edu
Phone Number: 4193728525