Addiction and Recovery (Walmsley Gallery)— Working with regional artists and their experiences. Co-curated by Art Therapists Amanda Alders & Dr. Marcia Rosal.
The 26th Tallahassee International (Upper Gallery)— is an annual, juried competition. Jurors: Judy Rushin and Anne Stagg. From a field of 320 entrants, competing from across the nation and internationally, this year’s Faculty jurors selected 54 works to be exhibited. The works represent a wide variety of media and are artistically diverse. Co-ordinator Jean Young [Catalogue] Reception September 2, 5-8pm. (Welcome for CVAT&D students begins at 5 pm.)
American Dance Festival 2010: A Photographic Essay and Highlights from the Permanent Collection (Lower Gallery)— Photographs by Rick McCullough and students from the American Dance Festival in Durham, North Carolina. The History of Photography (Walmsley Gallery)— A Study Exhibition, with works on loan from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and pieces selected by Dr. Adam Jolles from MoFA’s Permanent Collection.
Cute & Creepy (Upper Gallery)— Curated by Carrie Ann Baade. Catalog essay by Dr. Nancy Hightower on the literary grotesque, Revelatory Monsters. [Catalogue] Lecture by Judith Schaechter October 13 at 7pm in FAB 249. Opening Reception October 14, 7-9pm. For more information about Cute & Creepy, please visit the curator’s website http://carrieannbaade.com.
Graduating Artists (Lower Gallery)— Fall Semester. Opening Reception November 18, 7-9pm.
Art & Antiques Fair (Upper Gallery)— DECEMBER 1-2, 10-6PM, & DECEMBER 3, 2011 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.
The Art Department Faculty Annual Exhibition (Upper Gallery)— Opening Reception January 6, 7-9pm.
Thread of Life (Upper Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. MoFA curatorial team: Barron, Harkey, Wylder. Faith Ringgold, Guest Artist/Lecturer. Narrative works by artists in fiber media. [Catalogue] Opening Reception February 10, 6-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 3-11 except for arranged tours. New Gifts from the Archives of Judy Chicago (Walmsley Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. Opening Reception February 10, 6-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 3-11 except for arranged tours. Turkomen Jewelry from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (Lower Gallery)— Part of Seven Days of Opening Nights. Lecture by Stephen Wilberding TBA. Opening Reception February 10, 6-9pm. Closed Spring Break, March 3-11 except for arranged tours.
Graduating Artists (Upper, Lower and Walmsley Galleries)— Spring Semester. Opening Reception April 6, 7-9pm.
Selections from the Permanent Collection (Upper Gallery)
Artists’ League Summer Annual Salon (Upper Gallery)— Juried exhibition of local area artists. Opening reception June 8, 7-9pm.
Graduating Artists (Upper Gallery)— Summer Semester. Opening Reception July 13, 7-9pm.