2014

63rd Annual School of Art Faculty/Staff Exhibition

JANUARY 14-19, 2014

Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery


ARTalks with Undergraduate Show juror Neil Callander, “Recent Work”

December 13th, 2014
Assistant Professor, Mississippi State University
painter and sculptor
FAC 204, 7 p.m.

A selection of Callander's paintings, along with metal work by fellow juror Cynthia Cetlin will be featured in the Dorothy Uber Bryan lobby display cases during the Undergraduate Exhibition.

ARTalks

February 9th, 2014

FAC 204, 1pm
Amy Ringholz, “ The Dream is Real”
Painter & Director, The Ringholz Foundation,
Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Undergraduate Art & Design Exhibition

February 9th-23rd, 2014
Dorothy Uber Bryan & Willard Wankelman Galleries
Opening Reception: February 9, 2-4 p.m.
A juried selection of art in all media by students in the BGSU School of
Art that demonstrates the depth and diversity of studio classes.

Open Monday, February 17 for President’s Day

 

MARCH 22nd, 2014


ARTalks


“Where Next?: The Future of Art (School/Work/World)”
Leading art educators and professionals discuss the futures facing our
graduating students
FAC 204, 4-5:30 p.m.


BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition

March 22nd-April 9th, 2014

Dorothy Uber Bryan & Willard Wankelman Galleries
Opening Reception: March 22, 6:30-9 p.m.
The final show for students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree is a juried selection of art in all media that showcases a
cohesive and accomplished body of work by each of these talented
young artists.

SATURDAY, MARCH 22 OPENING RECEPTION (6:30pm)
(4:00-5:30pm) - ARTalks “Where Next?: The Future of Art (School/Work/World)” Leading art educators and
professionals discuss futures facing graduates 204 FAC
(6:30pm) - Video/Animation Screening 204 FAC
(7-8:30pm) - SOA Opening Reception, Bryan and Wankelman Galleries
(8pm) - Awards Presentation

MFA Thesis Exhibition I

 

April 11 through April 19, 2014



Where: Uber Bryan and Wankelman Galleries

 The MFA Thesis Exhibition I is open now through April 19, 2014 in the Uber Bryan and Wankelman Galleries.

Featured artists include Jessica Summers, Mitchell Noah, Kevin Kately and Jolee Mickesh.

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

 

BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition

 

March 22 through April 6, 2014



Where: Bryan and Wankelman Galleries

 

The final show for students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is a juried selection of art in all media that showcases a cohesive and accomplished body of work by each of these talented young artists.

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 22 OPENING RECEPTION (6:30pm)

(4:00-5:30pm) - ARTalks “Where Next?: The Future of Art (School/Work/World)” Leading art educators and professionals discuss futures facing graduates 204 FAC

(6:30pm) - Video/Animation Screening 204 FAC

(7-8:30pm) - SOA Opening Reception, Bryan and Wankelman Galleries

(8pm) - Awards Presentation

 

 

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

 

Undergraduate Art & Design Exhibition

 

February 9 through February 23, 2014



Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan & Willard Wankelman Galleries

A juried selection of art in all media by students in the BGSU School of Art that demonstrates the depth and diversity of studio classes.

Opening Reception: February 9, 2-4 p.m.

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

THE IDENTITY PROJECT

Bowling Green State University College of Arts and Sciences School of Art Galleries / The Identity Project

October 17 - November 19, 2014 

TELLING TRUTHS/SPEAKING SECRETS (The IDENTITY Project) 

Noël Palomo-Lovinski, Confessions and the Sense of Self 
Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Hybrids, Aliens and Ghosts 
Curated by Jacqueline Nathan
 

In her series, titled Confessions and the Sense of Self, Palomo-Lovinski portrays “how women…communicate personal information about themselves to form a sense of community or bonding and as a way to rationalize or accept the feelings they have.”  With provocatively clothed mannequins ranging from a bridal gown inspired by confessions from the web site Bridezilla.com to a dress covered by camouflage and a facemask that “examines the feelings of vulnerability and defensiveness in the act of confession,” Palomo-Lovinski’s work encourages reflection and discussion.

ruby-onyinyechi-amanze-portrait1

Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze is a Brooklyn based artist of Nigerian birth and British upbringing. Her drawings and works on paper have been influenced greatly by this diasporic cultural hybridity, and also by textile design, photography, print-making and architecture. Her works, collectively titled Hybrids, Aliens and Ghosts, explore her navigations of this hybridity through the eyes of an alter ego named Ada the Alien.

 

R.Amanze_but the halo of our kind will protect our duality