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Call for Proposals: ASGO 2019 Symposium

March 18 - May 31

Each year, the Art School Graduate Organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill coordinates a symposium that allows scholars and artists to engage in dialogues together. We welcome inter-disciplinary participation with the intention of inspiring new thoughts and ideas on art and visual media.

Poster with the following text: re: Collection. An Exhibition of Gesche Wuerfel's Arts 515 Advanced Photography Students. April 4-20, 2019. FRANK Community Gallery, University Place, Suite D6, 919-636-4135. Reception: Fri April 12, 6-8 pm. Open Hours: Thurs and Sun 1-5:30 pm, Fri and Sat 11-6:45 pm. Instagram: @515.jpeg. This project was supported by the Beatrice B. Pearman Undergraduate University Research Fund in Art, Department of Art and Art History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Among the text, slices of photographs in horizontal strips show glimpses of details of larger images, showing such things as a door lock with graffiti and the word "Syria" written next to it, a face with letters over it, a red curtain in a gym window, a pair of small hands, zigzag lights across a bridge, figures in a black and white desert, and so on.

FRANK Gallery: re:Collection (ARTS 515 Advanced Photography)

April 4 @ 1:00 pm - April 20 @ 6:30 pm

Gesche Wuerfel's ARTS 515 Advanced Photography class presents an exhibition of their work at FRANK Gallery at University Place in Chapel Hill. In the course, students focus on the professional and business aspects of a career in photography: during the semester, students create a professional portfolio of images, develop and install an exhibition, and create a website and use social media to showcase their work.

Graphic poster image with mostly dark blue background and abstract view through white architectural beams up at a pale blue sky. Text reads: 2018-2019 Undergraduate Awards Exhibition, Exhibiting Artists: Caroline Allen, Henderson Beck, Young Ji Byun, Kenly Cox, Meredith Emery, Ayla Gizlice, Cheyenne Lowery, James Pallant, Samprati Prasad, Annie Simpson, Jubal Strube, Elizabeth Trefney, Jess Woods, Xiaowei Wu, Alexandra Zuckerman, JOHN & JUNE ALLCOTT UNDERGRADUATE HALLWAY GALLERY EXHIBITION DATES: APRIL 5 - APRIL 26 RECEPTION: APRIL 5 HANES ART CENTER 8:00AM-5:00PM HANES ART CENTER 6:00-8:00PM

John and June Allcott Undergraduate Gallery: 2018-2019 Undergraduate Awards Exhibition

April 5 @ 8:00 am - April 26 @ 5:00 pm

Come celebrate all of our Undergraduate Award winners! Reception: April 5, 6-8 pm

Picture of a sculpted human-like bust. Image credit: Sarah Elizabeth Cornejo, American, born 1993: Halfies, Pt. 1 (detail), 2019. Earth, saw dust, steel, wood glue, coral, alligator garfish scales, oyster shells, rocks, cement, volcanic rock, sharks’ teeth, pig intestines, epoxy, lichen, barnacles, acrylic paint, and windshield glass.

Ackland Art Museum: Sacred Wasteland: Selected Works by the MFA Class of 2019

April 19 @ 10:00 am - May 26 @ 5:00 pm

Sacred Wasteland presents work by the nine studio artists of the 2019 Master of Fine Arts graduating class and celebrates the blending of traditional and non-traditional approaches, as well as the thoughtful repurposing of materials to reveal layers of each artist’s idiosyncratic curiosities. Sacred Wasteland is curated by William Paul Thomas. Thomas is a 2013 alumnus of the MFA program in Studio Art at UNC-Chapel Hill and is the artist in residence at Duke University’s Rubenstein Art Center from January until March 2019.

Graphic poster for Natura Naturans, Ayla Gizlice, April 22-26, Closing Reception 6-8 pm on the 26th, John and June Allcott Gallery, 115 South Columbia St., Chapel Hill, NC. Background image is of torn plastic trash draped over metal garden spikes, at differeing heights, and looking like sodden white and cream floral blossoms casting shadows on the white wall behind them.

John and June Allcott Gallery: Undergraduate Honors Exhibition, Ayla Gizlice, “Natura Naturans”

April 22 @ 8:00 am - April 26 @ 5:00 pm

This project reflects upon the concept of nature as a process rather than a fixed system by examining a specific ecological site, Jordan Lake. Through collected materials and specimens from the site this project examines the anthropogenic changes to the ecological system, and the way that human impact has altered the natural processes.

Engraved depiction of a wall in the Uffizi Gallery that is covered from floor to picture rail height and even in each of the three arched lunettes above the picture rail, with bust self-portraits by many different artists. The self-portraits range in style from the late Renaissance era to the late Baroque era. In the middle of the wall is a wooden double door with the left door opening into the room to show a view of hall and window frames beyond. The floor is checkerboard tiled.

2019 Art and Art History Undergraduate Honors Symposium

April 26 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Please join us in celebrating the achievements of our outstanding students in the Department of Art and Art History! Each student will be giving a brief presentation of their Honors work in the past year. Refreshments will be served.

2019 Art & Art History Commencement

May 11 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Spring commencement for students of the Department of Art & Art History will be held on Saturday, May 11th in the Hanes Art Center. Friends and family of graduating students are cordially invited to attend our ceremony and reception.

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