The 27th Tallahassee International (Upper Gallery)— is an annual, juried competition. Jurors: Carolyn Henne and Allys Palladino-Craig. From a field of close to 250 entrants, competing from across the nation and internationally, this year’s Faculty jurors selected 54 works by 32 artists to be exhibited. The works represent a wide variety of media and are artistically diverse. Co-ordinator Jean Young [Catalogue] Reception August 31, 5-8pm. (Welcome for CVAT&D students begins at 5 pm.)
Selections from the Cohen Collection of Contemporary Native American Artworks (Walmsley Gallery)—Selected artworks from the Sonia and Stanley Cohen Collection. Runs through November 7th.
Masters Artists of the Bahamas (Lower Gallery)—An exhibition touring from the Waterloo Centre for the Arts in Iowa. Artworks from eleven Bahamian artists acting as ambassadors for a broader generative movement. The works represent the diversity of form and content of Bahamian art.
Faculty Annual and Inauguration of the CVAT&D OnLine Gallery (Upper Gallery)— Opening reception October 12, 7-9pm.
Graduating Artists (Lower Gallery)— Fall Semester. Opening Reception November 16, 7-9pm. Exhibition closes at NOON on December 7th.
Art & Antiques Fair (Upper Gallery)— NOVEMBER 29-30, 10-6PM, & DECEMBER 1, 2012 10-4PM. Antiques, jewelry, enameled metals, ceramics, stained glass, and many handcrafted items from members of the Artists’ League.
Art Across All Ages (Lower Gallery)— Exhibition of K-12th Grade.
New Acquisitions & Old Favorites (Upper Gallery)— Selections from the Permanent Collection.
Heads, Shoulders, Genes & Toes (Upper Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. Curated by Judith Rushin. An exhibition exploring the intersection of art and human biology. Lecture by Joe Davis, MIT, February 28, 7pm. [Catalogue] Opening Reception February 8, 6:30-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 9-17 except for arranged tours (644-1299).
I Am Me: Artists and Autism (Walmsley Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. Guest Curated by Allison D. Leatzow and Susan Baldino, this exhibition features talented autistic artists. Opening Reception February 8, 6:30-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 9-17 except for arranged tours (644-1299).
Peter Paul Rubens: Impressions of a Master from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (Lower Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. Selected prints by Peter Paul Rubens, one of the most influential artists of all time, on loan from the Ringling Museum of Art. Opening Reception February 8, 6:30-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 9-17 except for arranged tours (644-1299).
Graduating Artists (Upper, Lower and Walmsley Galleries)— Spring Semester. Opening Reception April 12, 7-9pm. Exhibition closes at NOON on the 1st.
Generations (Upper Gallery; Lower Gallery through June 7)— A K-12 student exhibition project emphasizing artistic legacy. Opening Reception May 9, 7-9pm.
Artists’ League Summer Annual Salon (Upper Gallery)— Juried exhibition of local area artists. Opening reception June 14, 7-9pm.
Graduating Artists (Upper Gallery)— Summer Semester. Opening Reception July 19, 6-8pm. Exhibition closes at NOON on August 2nd.