The exhibit presents Bechtler Museum of Modern Arts’ rich mid-20th century art collection alongside furniture, textile and ceramic holdings on loan from other institutions and private collectors. The show will emphasize process, examining how designers and artists tackled projects, and how the innovations in other disciplines from the sciences to the humanities influenced their direction.
The latest exhibit, "VIEW FINDER: Constructive Narrative," at C3lab explores the medium of photography as an artistic form. How should they be understood and interpreted? The prevalent belief that photographs accurately depict reality is presented in unique ways by each artist. The medium of photography allows the artist to construct or alter images with realistic visual accuracy, but this imagery is manipulated through the eye of the artist. It is what they allow, exclude or add to the frame that individualizes the final image. Exhibit will be on display through Friday, August 12th. Freehttp://www.c3-lab.com/events/
Carolina Creative Expressions Open Wednesday through Saturday 244 E. Black St, Rock Hill SC 29730 Paint and Sip- $25 Kids paint events--$20 Rental/Private parties-Please call for consultation- 803-389-7887 www.carolinacreativeexpressions.com $25/$20http://www.carolinacreativeexpressions.com
The Juried Competition exhibit is comprised of original work, created in the last two years, and not previously shown at the Dalton Gallery. Judging this year's competition is Seth Gadsden of the Nickelodeon Theatre. The winners of the 27th Annual Juried Competition will be announced at an opening reception on Thurs., June 16, 2016 at 6-8PM. GALLERY HOURS Monday-Thursday: 9 AM - 6 PM Fridays: 9 AM - 5 PM 2nd & 4th Weekends Saturdays: 10 AM - 2 PM Sundays: 2 - 4 PM FREEhttp://www.yorkcountyarts.org
The Dirty Hippie's signature weekly event! Paint Craze is a live art and music experience. New musicians every week. Create your own painting while listening to local performers! Cheap drink specials! $10 cover includes canvas and paint. Unleash your creative BEAST! Finding us: The Dirty Hippie is located at 5028 South Boulevard (in the tan building next to Pep Boys and across the street from Panda Express). $10 admission includes canvas and painthttp://www.facebook.com/TheDirtyHippieCharlotte
Fun and learning go hand in hand at this exhibit for young visitors. The stimulating atmosphere relates to science and math. Children will learn by touching and testing different environments and activities, including water tables, wind tunnels, blocks, gears and air tubes. Admission to the museum is $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and $9 for children; Free admission to children under 2 years old
The exhibit features 26 wood works by three artists, including Frank E. Cummings III, John Mascoll and Avelino Samuel.
~Artistic Reflections on Connection~ Coupling of Opposites Across a Multitude of Horizons~ When I learned the term “Non-Duality” everything shifted… To understand life as a synergistic coupling of opposites was unifying, clarifying and uplifting to my Spirit. We are all journeying individually and collectively toward greater wholeness. We are Co-Creators with God and Universal Principles through what I believe is a rational and conceptual relationship between Destiny and Decision. Nature AND Nurture~ May we All, Always, Pursue greater Depth and Prevail across the Multitude of Horizons into greater Truth, Understanding, Joy and Love~ FREEhttp://www.haylostudiolounge.com
This exhibit presents two local artists that you should be watching. The first is Nicholas Napolentano, a hyperrealist figurative with a message. The flyer features two semi-nude women in bed in a fetal-like position. The second artist is Matthew Steele, who creates wooden sculptures that resemble complex manmade infrastructures. Reception on July 15, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Free admission
LaCa Projects proudly presents Repetitions, a solo exhibition featuring works by Argentine artist Santiago Quesnel. This is Quesnel’s second solo show at LaCa Projects. Repetitions is a name that honors Quesnel’s intention to create mutations and variations of the same mental image, resulting in an examination of non-traditional landscapes generated from the intersection of record, experience, and memory. While the ethereal scenes might initially appear conventional, a discovery occurs—a burst of color in an otherwise subdued palette, an object that seems out of place, or subtle traces of human inhabitance, or perhaps, interference. FREE
May 17 – September 5, 2016 M.F.A Works in Progress Lewandowski Student Gallery Winthrop University Free Admission Galleries are OPEN: Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM Galleries will be CLOSED: May 30, 2016 Galleries will be CLOSED: July 4–August 12, 2016 Free Admissionhttp://www.winthrop.edu/galleries
Experience the world of fashion first hand with New York Fashion Designer Lore Emelio! Junior Designers will learn fundamentals within the Fashion Industry while developing creative skills Morning sessions 9am-12pm, Afternoon sessions 1pm-4pm. Early drop off at 8:30am available. Students attending both AM & PM sessions are invited to Open Studio lunch break (12-1pm) Ages: 8-11 $225 per sessionhttp://www.loreemelio.com/shop/classes-3-summer-jr-designers--213-913-535.htm
Dream of attending Art, Fashion, or Design School? We provide step-by-step instruction in creating a college portfolio. Each student receives individual and comprehensive instruction based on his or her specific goals and college requirements. Please note: High school and AP art classes do not necessarily fulfill portfolio requirements. Beginning and advanced students welcome. Ages 15-up $225 per sessionhttp://www.loreemelio.com/shop/classes-3-summer-portfolio--213-913-540.htm
Experience the world of fashion first hand with New York Fashion Designer Lore Emelio! Junior Designers will learn fundamentals within the Fashion Industry while developing creative skills. After Hours available. Ages:12-19 Morning session: 9am-12pm Afternoon session:1pm-4pm $225 per sessionhttp://www.loreemelio.com/shop/classes-3-summer-jr-designers--213-913-535.htm
The mid-nineteenth was a time for evolution, expansion and innovation for American ceramics. On view in this exhibit are works of art from the museum’s permanent collection, selected to illustrate the variety of American wares produced in the second and third quarters of the nineteenth century. The objects range from the unadorned to the ornamented and include examples from prominent manufacturers and craftsmen active during this time period.