Arts at UNC Blog
The Sum of Our Hearts: Grace Hoag, Kamri Flores, Madison McMullen, Madeline Sterns, Amarie Stocker
The Sum of our Hearts is a collection of work by five emerging artists, all connected by their heart lines. This group of painters, photographers, and digital artists explores themes including emotional states of mind and memory. The variety of media is used to create gestural marks to express each individual voice based on personal memory. Moving between figuration and abstraction, these artists explore the veil covering past memories.
March 18, 2019
On display in Mariani: Katie Fahrenbruch's "Microcosms"
This student exhibition was selected by guest jurors Corianna and Kristopher Wright. It is currently on display in Mariani Gallery in Guggenheim Hall.
March 06, 2019
Cory McKague & Lyndsey Webster: The Working Artist
"The Working Artist" intends to highlight the art of creating. The exhibition encourages collaboration between artists and aims to shed a light on the process behind the creation of artworks.
February 20, 2019
Alum Katelynn Mai-Fusco's "Amity" installation is now up at Lincoln Center in Fort Collins
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 11, 2019
Jessica Forrestal: ConStructs and ConFines
Jessica Forrestal's hand-drawn installations require intensive labor and crafting as she challenges concepts of quality, disposability and time. Much of Forrestal's work explores American consumer culture, mass production, consumption, and disposal of objects that are meant to promise functionality and life improvement.
January 15, 2019