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School of Art and Design

Amity: Katelynn Mai-Fusco

Amity features the work of Katelynn Mai-Fusco, a UNC Alumni living an working in Fort Collins, CO. Mai-Fusco works predominately with paper—one of the oldest mediums, having been used for centuries to tell stories. [READ FULL POST]

Skin Deep Art Exhibit: Clary & Alexander

Skin Deep is an exhibition featuring the work of Elizabeth Alexander (Salem, NC) and Charles Clary (Conway, SC). Skin Deep highlights the work of two artists who cut into antique, found objects such as: frames, wallpaper, and porcelain wares, to either erase or embellish ornamentation. Both artists innovatively cross boundaries between decorative arts, design, and fine art by applying gestural, precise cuts that alter their subject matter through processes that are obsessive, repetitive, and intuitive. [READ FULL POST]

Amarie Stocker, UNC Graphic Design

UNC Graphic Design student Amarie Stocker won the national 2017 Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) Student Design Award! Out of hundreds of entries all over the USA, fewer than 50 projects were chosen as winners. All the winners are showcased on the Graphic Design USA website for the next year. [READ FULL POST]

Mike Lemke,

Lemke’s “The Penland Experience” showcases the works that he created while working at Penland School of Crafts, located in North Carolina. This body of work is an exploration of his interest in marine biology as well as the defense mechanisms of different marine creatures. Lemke said that the various teapots, cups, mugs, Saki sets and other vessels shown in the exhibition all gave him a chance to experiment with new techniques, ideas and glazes. [READ FULL POST]