Arts at UNC Blog
Green Screen: Mackenzie Browning
Mackenzie Browning’s exhibit Green Screen opens October 22 in the Mariani Gallery. Browning's aesthetic can be described as bold, meticulous, and inventive, often blurring the lines between design, craft and fine art. His artworks are constantly pushing personal technical boundaries, often becoming architectural in nature.
October 08, 2018
Super Synthetic: Jodi Stuart
Jodi Stuart creates a techno-toxic playground in her latest site-specific installation, Super Synthetic at Mariani Gallery. The exhibition will feature ambitious, large-scale 3D printed works such as a faux climbing wall comprised of Stuart's "Knot" works and a hanging swing made from plastic playground/saftey hardware colored in "saftey yellow". A riot of color and texture that attracts and repels, Super Synthetic invites playful associations with intensely tactile materials, causing the viewer to contantly resist squeezing, picking up, and touching the work.
June 20, 2018
51st Annual Northern Colorado High School Art Exhibition
The Annual Northern Colorado High School Art Exhibition proudly features student artwork from: Fort Lupton High School, Frontier High School, Highland High School, Roosevelt High School, Union Colony High School, Platte Valley High School, and Weld Central High School.
May 10, 2018
Annual Student Exhibition 2018
The Annual Student Exhibiton is an annual juried showcase of the students of the School of Art & Design. We are pleased to welcome this year's guest juror, independent curator Stephanie Edwards.
March 28, 2018
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.
February 01, 2018
Skin Deep: Elizabeth Alexander & Charles Clary
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.
January 24, 2018