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Labor of Love: a group exhibition

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center, 200


Exhibition of works in a variety of media -- some that are parts of very large self-imposed projects or series -- all created with special attention to detail, and affection for the process and materials.  Participating artists:  Clifton Faust, Ben Haist, Norah Lovell, Kelly McMahon, Kelly Mueller, Hannah March Sanders, Sam Stolte, Hasmig Vartanian. 

Special weekend hours for Fall Welcome.

 



For more information contact Laura Richens by phone at 504.314.2228

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Opening reception for "Labor of Love" exhibition

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center, 200


Exhibition of works in a variety of media -- some that are parts of very large self-imposed projects or series -- all created with special attention to detail, and affection for the process and materials.  Participating artists:  Clifton Faust, Ben Haist, Norah Lovell, Kelly McMahon, Kelly Mueller, Hannah March Sanders, Sam Stolte, Hasmig Vartanian.



For more information contact Laura Richens by phone at 504.314.2228

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Talk & Reception

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Join the Newcomb Art Museum in celebrating Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists. The evening will begin with a public discussion in the Freeman Auditorium between museum director Monica Ramirez-Montagut and artist Amy Ellingson.

A reception will immediately follow in the Woodward Way Breezeway.

Both events are free and open to the public.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Family Workshop

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


In conjunction with our exhibition, Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists, kids and adults of all-ages will create their own abstract masterpieces and enjoy a scavenger hunt and story time. 



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Their methods are nuanced, time-intensive, and often drawn from unlikely sources: “DIY” YouTube videos, Photoshop errors, digital distortions, smart phone apps, and manipulated or synthetic materials such as scanned iridescent paper or faux-suede finishes.



For more information contact
Tickets are Not required

 


 

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