CALL FOR ENTRY: UNCW Studio Art Alumni Exhibition

Click to download the entry form for AFTER: WORK BY UNCW STUDIO ART ALUMNI, a juried exhibition in the Boseman Gallery from April 10 - August 8, 2014. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 

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Fall Senior Exhibition
November 14 - December 14, 2013
opening reception: Thursday, November 14, 5:30-7pm
Art Gallery, Cultural Arts BuildingRandall Parkway & Reynolds Drive
University of North Carolina Wilmington
uncw.edu/art/gallery
SUBMIT TO ATLANTIS MAGAZINE
deadline November 15 @ midnight
http://www.atlantismagazine.org/submit/
Imaging Justice: The Wilmington 10 Story
January 30 – March 14, 2014
Imaging Justice: The Wilmington 10 Story is a visual art exhibition that will feature selected works submitted by students and community members that depict the stories of the Wilmington 10 and their long journey from wrongful convictions in 1971 to their pardon by the Governor of North Carolina in 2012.
The exhibition will be on view at the Warwick Center Lobby Gallery on the University of North Carolina Wilmington campus from January 30 through March 14, 2014. An opening reception will be held Thursday, January 30 from 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Imaging Justice: The Wilmington 10 Storyis sponsored by the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Upperman African American Cultural Center and the Department of Art and Art History.
Eligibility
Open to everyone. Entries of original artwork in all media, free-standing or wall-mounted, will be considered. All artwork must be installation ready.
Procedure for Entry
•Submit up to three entries as one pdf document titled with your name (e.g. first_last.pdf)(to make a pdf file, create a word document which includes the images and information, then click File>Print>Save as PDF)
•The first page of the pdf should include your name, school, email address, and a brief artist statement discussing how the work relates to the theme of the exhibition.
•Pages 2-4 should include images with captions including title, date, medium, dimensions and description if necessary for up to three artwork entries.
Email submissions as attachment to:  imagingjustice@gmail.com
Exhibition Schedule
Monday, December 2, 2013  Entry DeadlineFriday, December 13, 2013 Notification Via EmailFriday, January 17, 2014Work Delivery DeadlineThursday, January 30, 2014Exhibition Opens, Reception, 5:30-7 p.m.Friday, March 14, 2014Last Day of ExhibitionTuesday, March 18, 2014 Pickup and Return of Work

http://uncw.edu/upperman/wilmington10.html
TEST CITY: ANALOG TO DIGITAL TV
October 3 - November 8, 2013
opening reception, thursday, october 3, 5.30-7pm
performance by Juan Jose Griego, 6pm



 



TEST CITY: ANALOG TO DIGITAL TV will be on view in the Art Gallery at the Cultural Arts Building Oct. 3 through Nov. 8. Test City is a group exhibition exploring the transition from analog to digital television. An opening reception will be held from 5:30 – 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3, with a performance by artist Juan Jose Griego at 6 p.m. Both the performance and reception are free and open to the public. 


Wilmington was the first test city in the transition from analog to digital television and first in the nation to go completely digital on September 8, 2008. This invitational exhibition curated by Courtney Johnson features works responding to the digital transition in a variety of mediums including sculptures, video, drawings and interactive media. Featured artists include Simon Greenberg, Juan Jose Griego, Jeremiah Jenkins, Burt Ritchie, Phillip Stearns, Pilvi Takala and Samson Young.
Finnish artist Pilvi Takala’s Real Snow White video has been featured in Amsterdam, Istanbul, and most recently at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. The nine-minute video addresses the absurd logic of real versus fake fictional characters at the Disneyland theme park in Paris. Cuban-American artist Juan Jose Griego’s interactive video monitors and performance encourage audience participation as does Hong Kong-based Samson Young’s interactive touch screens. Burt Ritchie’s television line drawings render recognizable clips from television shows while simultaneously merging into a tangle of lines as the time-based medium is translated into a 2-dimensional representation. Jeremiah Jenkins’ manipulated television, radio and floppy disk sculptures combine the technological and the natural world into objects at once nostalgic and bizarre. New York-based Simon Greenberg’s VHS videotape contrasts the high-definition videographics and sound compositions by electronic media artist Phillip Stearns. 
 
THE ART GALLERY at the CULTURAL ARTS BUILDING is located on the ground floor of the Cultural Arts Building, near the building’s main entrance on the corner of Randall Parkway and Reynolds Drive on the University of North Carolina Wilmington campus. To access either from South College Road or Racine Drive, take a left as you enter the campus area onto Randall Drive. Visitor parking is directly in front of the Box Office entrance to the building.

UNCW Art Gallery, Cultural Arts Building
Randall Pkwy & Reynolds Dr Wilmington
HOURS: M-F 12-4
uncw.edu/art/gallery
image: Jeremiah Jenkins, Inner Attainment
PRINTED: ANN CONNER WOODCUTS
August 29 - September 27, 2013
Artist Lecture, CAB 2033, Thursday, August 29, 4.30 - 5.30 p.m.
Reception, Thursday, August 29, 5:30 - 7 p.m. 
UNCW Art Gallery, Cultural Arts Building
Randall Pkwy & Reynolds Dr Wilmington NC
uncw.edu/art/gallery