The exhibition is opened from April 09, 2020 until May 15, 2020.
Modal - Sunday 9 am - 6 pm
1308 Gallery at University of Wisconsin Madison Union South
1308 W Dayton St
Madison WI USA 53715
For us, it's all about the art.
Capture the gesture, nail a composition, spill some color.
We craft colorful, textured handmade cotton and abaca paper objects that along with a few other materials like wood, foam board or fencing wire are then cobbled together to make our art.
Our works are abstract. They soak up the exuberance, frustration, hope and confusion that we feel as we make them. Meaning comes of living with them during their incompleteness. It comes of wondering later about the fuzzy why’s behind the formal decisions we make about color, structure, size, look.
The exhibition is opened from January 31, 2020 until May 01, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
10 am - 16 pm
Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
Joanne B Kaar was invited by the British lichen Society and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, to exhibit 'North', her embossed paper coat inspired by coastal lichens, and a selection of here watercolour studies of rocks.
"...Lichens are one of the richest parts of Scotland's internationally important diversity and RBGE has a long legacy of promoting their scientific understanding.
They are also a constant source of wonder for artists: the splashes of colour on our rocky shores; the surprising quiet filigree of finely-wrought life on a winter twig; the luxurious tapestry draping and dripping off limbs in the western woods. Many are equally intrigued by the very special relationships between the fungi, algae and cyanobacteria that live together symbiotically as lichens.
This exhibition, curated by Sarah Roberts, highlights the beauty and intricacy of these fascinating organisms featuring expert scientific illustrations, contemporary artworks and work produced in art-science classes and botanical illustration courses here at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh...."
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The exhibition is opened from February 28, 2020 until April 30, 2020.
Erika Maldere, Erika Zutere
Monday - Thursday 8.30 am - 7 pm
Friday 8.30 am - 5 pm
Saturday 9 am - 3 pm
Reading room of RTU Scientific Library
Paula Valdena street 5
Paper art - paper from different fibers, vegetable and fruit papyrus, botanical printing, rusting, drawing and paper books.
The exhibition is opened from January 24, 2020 until April 30, 2020.
To be scheduled.
University of New England, Ketchum Gallery, Biddeford, Maine
SANCTUARY is a traveling art installation to be exhibited in medical centers, hospitals, art galleries, and academic sites across the US
Writer, Emily Rapp Black and artist, Carrie Scanga will interpret viewers’ stories of medical circumstances in visual and textual forms in an ever-changing paper installation accompanied by written text.
In each venue, viewers are invited to record and submit their stories within the immersive installation. After each venue, Scanga and Black will dismantle the sculpture and read/listen to all submitted stories, identifying moments of rupture, healing, working-through, and/or peace. Based on viewers’ submissions, the collaborators will change both the paper structure of the installation and the textual accompaniment. Blacks’ accompanying essays will provide intellectual context by interweaving viewers’ submitted stories with trauma theory, philosophy, and personal experience.
All submissions will be kept anonymous. SANCTUARY is a living installation, a space that hears experiences of those working in, admitted to, or visiting medical centers. It seeks to have communal, cultural, and intellectual impact. Medical conditions often create feelings of isolation; by comingling two powerful modalities—visual and textual--SANCTUARY actively reverses such isolation. The changing installation echoes the idea that collective storytelling acts as a dynamic vehicle for individual and social change. SANCTUARY demonstrates new ways of thinking about peoples’ life experiences that involve medical care, moving beyond commonly-used terms such as “survival” and “resiliency.” Rather than viewing recovery as the end goal, our project encourages medical conditions and recovery to co-exist, giving visual and verbal forms to both processes.
The exhibition is opened from March 07, 2020 until April 25, 2020.
Ronald Regamey and other Artists
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 07, 2020 from 1 - 3 pm
Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Latcham Art Centre
2 Park Drive
Canada L4A 4K1
Thank you to all the talented artists who submitted an artwork for the 2020 Annual Juried Exhibition. The three distinguished jurors of the exhibition had the pleasure of reviewing each and every artwork. After an inspiring day of assessment, 33 works have been selected for this year’s exhibition.
Please join the Juror’s Talk with Noor Alé, Assistant Curator/Registrar at the Mac Laren Art Centre on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 1 pm.
Latcham Art Centre
Phone: +1 905 6408954
The exhibition is opened from March 26, 2020 until April 19, 2020.
Ulrike Buck and other Artists
Opening Reception: March 29, 2020 - 11.15 am
Thursday - Friday 2 - 6 pm
Saturday - Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
Galerie Kun:st Quartier
Is human mankind blinded by gold or will it take responsibility?
Is it the center of all measures or only a small aspect in our solar system?'
Participants of the call for entries for the Art Prize 2020 - the fourth dimension
exhibit after the fair with award ceremony at the ARTe Sindelfingen, March 19 - March 22, 2020 at Kunstquartier Leonberg.
[KUN:ST] Preis 2020
The exhibition is opened from January 23, 2020 until April 19, 2020.
Monday - Thursday 9 am - 6 pm
Friday 9 am - 4 pm
The starting point of Heike Berl's most recent work is the rose in the context of both contemporary and contemporary history: the Munich resistance group "White Rose" around the Scholl brothers and sisters or the annual "White Rose" campaign held in Dresden since 2005 on February 13th. Heike Berl sees her artistic engagement with the rose motif as a question of where to go, as a pictorial contribution to human values.
In spring 2020 the current works of the series WEISSE ROSE - Nature and Symbol will be shown in a large solo exhibition at the Saxon State Medical Association in Dresden.