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School of Art and Design

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]

#3 Ditch

For the BIG DITCH workshop, students collaborated with ZCC in the collection, categorization and assemblage of objects found along the #3 Ditch. [READ FULL POST]

Evolving Technique: Digital Fabrication in Fine Art & Design

This exhibit features UNC student artists and is guest curated by UNC Art & Design faculty member Agnes Ma. [READ FULL POST]

 A New Light: Andrew Bablo & Pat Milbery

The lobby of Crabbe Hall, which houses our Oak Room Gallery and studios, served as a blank slate for duo Andrew Bablo and Pat Milbery to tackle this August. The east coast/west coast collaboration between Andrew Bablo and Pat Milbery results in an unprecedented revitalization of Crabbe Hall lobby. [READ FULL POST]