HAC Exhibitions Summer 2014

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Student works from the Stetson University Permanent Collection
June 5 – August 16

Visit the Hand Art Center to experience a dynamic array of sculpture, paintings and mixed media art celebrating the achievements of our fine arts students. Each work was carefully selected from Juried and Senior exhibitions curated over the last twenty years at Stetson University. Not only does this show attest to the skill of the individual artists it also speaks to the excellent instruction provided to our graduates by our distinguished faculty. 

Hand Art Center Summer hours
Thursday & Friday 11-4pm, Saturday 12-4pm and by appointment.
Closed during University Holidays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feedback: Digital Arts Senior Exhibition 

The 2014 Digital Arts Senior Exhibition this year will span three events.

The gallery exhibition opens April 14 in the Hand Art Center, and runs until April 26. Join us for the opening reception at the Hand Art Center on Tuesday, April 15 from 7 to 9pm. The reception is timed to be the conclusion of Stetson Showcase, an annual campus-wide event to celebrate undergraduate research.

In addition, there will be a presentation of live music at The Blind Pig on April 10 @ 10pm and a film screening on April 25 @ 7pm in Library 25L.

Featuring artworks by
Carolina Barrios
Ian Campbell
Charles Carr
Ashley Dykes
Chad Grenier
Michael Johnpoll
Zachary Kisch
Roxanne Krause
Kate Lloyd
Sabrina Macho
Katie Moore
M Jean Murray
Kyle Ritch
Megan Shea
Kyle Simmons
Victoria Williams

- See more at: http://www2.stetson.edu/creative-arts/diga-events/feedback#sthash.9QuwK7Pb.dpuf

Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center
Monday – Friday 11-4pm; Saturday 12-4pm; Closed University Holidays

421 N. Woodland Blvd. Unit 8252 Deland, FL 32723
(386) 822-7270

 

 

UNEARTHED: SENIOR THESIS EXHIBITION
March 22nd- April 5th
Reception, Saturday, March 22nd 6-8 p.m.

This weekend at Stetson’s Hand Art Center, the 2014 Studio Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition opens with a public reception, 6-8 p.m., Saturday, March 22. The exhibition, featuring artworks by Gisela Fernandez, Rachel Mathes, Megan Molle, Venezha Noriega, Ashleigh Stuart and Sam Valdez, will run until Saturday, April 5. The public is invited, free of charge. Cultural Event Credit is available to Stetson Students.

Stetson University’s Hand Art Center is located in the university’s Palm Court, at 139 E. Michigan Ave. It is open Monday – Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturdays noon-4 p.m. It is closed during university holidays. For more information, please contact Tonya Curran, director of the Hand Art Center at tcurran@stetson.edu, or call (386) 822-7271. Visit Stetson’s Department of Creative Arts for information on the university’s Arts, Theatre Arts, Digital Arts and Humanities programs.

Oscar  Bluemner : The language of Trees


January 24th- May 5th, 2014
 Opening reception on Friday, Jan. 24, from 6-8 p.m.

 Oscar Bluemner: The Language of Trees is a reflection of the artist’s intense identification with nature that assumes a markedly human character. Curator Robert Favis was inspired by recent news in the spring that Stetson was officially named (for the second year in a row) a Tree Campus USA. “Since trees are such an important expressive subject for Bluemner, it seemed appropriate to celebrate his trees in an exhibition on our “Tree Campus.”

A “Curator’s Talk” with Roberta Favis will be on Wednesday, Feb. 19, in Room 25 in the Instructional Media Center, in the duPont-Ball Library, 134 E. Minnesota Ave.  (Pictured above:Winter Night, New Jersey, 1930, watercolor and tempera mounted on board, 10 x 13 ½ in., Vera Bluemner Kouba Collection, Stetson University.)


Postwar Modernists: A selection of works from the Brenau University Permanent Collection

January 24th – February 27th
 Opening reception on Friday, Jan. 24, from 6-8 p.m.

Postwar Modernists: A selection of works from the Brenau University Permanent Collection includes 27 works on paper of some of the world’s most renowned post-World War II artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Alexander Calder and Louise Bourgeois. This exhibit is a “must” for every art lover and art historian in Volusia County.

Pictured: Horse Silk (Night Sights Series), Rauschenberg, offset lithograph on paper, 30″x24

Regular hours of operation following the opening: Mon-Fri, 11am – 4 pm. Now open on Saturdays from 12:00-4pm. Closed on University holidays.

 

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