Artist Talk: Tuesday, March 7, 5pm
Reception: Tuesday, March 7 from 6 – 8pm
Xia Gao works in several mediums such as textile and fiber, installation, and print to create works that explore personal and cultural adaptation and transformation. Reside features two recent works from Gao’s ongoing project "Changing Urban Landscape", which addresses issues and happenings of change within urban spaces and their dwellers. “Dwell.Rest” is a site-specific installation that focuses on the living conditions of people under the threat of air pollution. The work features a bed draped in black fabric, inviting guests to sit or lay and gaze up at a suspended, complex pattern of near-invisible threads that would otherwise be overlooked. Gao used only a needle to create each thread that collectively represents the threat of pollution in densely populated areas. Reside also showcases the large-scale scroll “Mountains & Streams, Secular and Pecuniary”, a landscape ink painting that combines screen printed Chinese currency Yuan signs, superimposed with hand stitched stock market index graphics.Learn more about Reside
Jan 19 – Feb 28, Mariani Gallery
Reception: Thursday, January 19, 4 – 6pm
Artist Talk: Thursday, January 19, 5pm
January 31 – February 28, Oak Room Gallery
Reception: Wednesday, February 1, 6 – 7pm
Artist Talk: Wednesday, February 1, 5pm, Guggenheim Hall, Room 001
March 7 – April 13, Mariani Gallery
Reception: Tuesday, March 7, 6 – 8pm
Artist Talk: Tuesday, March 7, 5pm, Guggenheim Hall, Room 001
April 20 – May 6, Mariani Gallery
Reception: Thursday, April 20, 4 – 6pm
May 11 – 17, Mariani Gallery
Reception: Thursday, May 11, 6 – 8pm
Monday, February 27, 4 – 5pm
Guggenheim Hall, Room 001A
Jaime Carrejo is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice and research explores alterity and it’s relationship to the ‘American Dream'. He was Born in El Paso, Texas, where he completed his BFA at University of Texas El Paso in 2002. Carrejo received his MFA from the University of South Florida in 2007. He is the Director of Foundations at RMCAD in Lakewood, Colorado. Carrejo is one of thirteen artists currently featured in Mi Tierra, on view through October 22 at the Denver Art Museum.
Friday, March 3, 2 – 4:30pm
Guggenheim Hall, Room 001
Join us for an afternoon of undergraduate student art history presentations. Reception to follow in Centennial Hall.
Thursday, March 30, 5 – 6pm
Guggenheim Hall, Room 001
Zero-Craft Corp. is an experimental and highly collaborative design studio. ZCC engages art and design as highly compatible disciplines and is focused on conceptual craft research as it applies to both art and design. Zero-Craft Corp. is teaming up with UNC's School of Art & Design in the Fall 2017's Seminar in Art and Ideas: Land Art. This class will provide a unique opportunity to work both with visiting professional artists and your classmates to create a site-specific land art project. ZCC will also be "Guest Helpers" at the Artist Help Desk on Friday, March 31. To reserve a slot, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1972, the Mariani Gallery has served the Northern Colorado and Weld County communities. Its outreach is increasingly growing to other nearby cities such as the greater Denver and Boulder areas. The largest of our exhibition spaces, the Mariani Gallery hosts six originally curated, contemporary exhibitions per year. Each exhibition explores concepts and themes through an interdisciplinary approach, exposing our students to a variety of processes, methods, and art making choices.
The Oak Room Gallery hosts bi-weekly and monthly exhibitions that feature the work of UNC students and faculty. Under the guidance of the Galleries staff, students are given the opportunity to curate and install their own artwork. The experience reinforces the curriculum and skill-sets they receive in the classroom, preparing our students for a life-long career in the arts.
The Annex Gallery serves as an experimental gallery space or "test-site" for students and visiting artists to pilot new ideas and installations. Named for its connection to surrounding classrooms, the Annex is an extension of the studio in that it features recently completed work or installations in process, inspired directly from the School of Art and Design curriculum.
An archival space designed to provide viewing and study, for students and the public, of our current and future art collections. The only room of it’s kind, it was made possible by a generous donation from Bob and Lydia Ruyle.
Guggenheim Hall, Room 100
Oak Room Gallery
Crabbe Hall, Room 201
Next to Crabbe Hall