|Jeremy Boyle||Jeremy Boyle||Smith Hall 130||Jeremy Boyle
Lecture: Tues, February 19
5:30 p.m. Smith Hall Room 130
Artist/musician Jeremy Boyle received his BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and MFA from The Ohio State University. He is a founding and current member of the Chicago group Joan of Arc who recently toured Europe, Japan and the US in support of “He’s Got the Whole This Land is Your Land in His Hands”, their new record on Joyful Noise Recordings. He has exhibited artwork, most of which is sound and technology based, in major cities across the U.S. and has an upcoming exhibition with collaborator Mark Franchino at Hallwalls in Buffalo NY. He is currently lecturer and director of fabrication studios in the studio arts department at University of Pittsburgh.||2/19/2019 10:30:00 PM||2/19/2019 11:30:00 PM||False||<img alt="Jeremy Boyle" src="/Images%20Events/Boyle.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|The Darkroom in the Digital Age||The Darkroom in the Digital Age||Recitation Hall||Monday, January 28, 2019 to Friday, February 22, 2019
@Recitation Hall Gallery : The Darkroom in the Digital Age features local contemporary artists whose works engage with historic photographic processes. Through their diverse projects, Justyna Badach, Andrew S. Bale, Jon Cox, Martha Madigan, and Joshua Meier each adapt historic techniques that resonate with their choice of subject matter. There will be a reception on Tuesday, February 12 from 6:30–8:00 pm, preceded by an Artist Talk by Justyna Badach at 5:30 pm in Smith Hall, Room 130. This program and exhibition are sponsored by the Departments of Art & Design and Art History. Additional funding for the exhibition is generously provided by the Department of Art Conservation and the Center for Material Culture Studies. Image: Andrew S. Bale, Tambopata River, Peru, 2014, Varnished Platinum/Palladium Print on Vellum over Palladium Leaf.||1/28/2019 12:00:00 AM||2/22/2019 11:59:00 PM||True||<img alt="Darkroom Digital Age" src="/Images%20Rotators/Darkroomdigitalage.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|Piotr Szyhalski||Piotr Szyhalski||Smith Hall Room 130||Piotr Szyhalski
Lecture: Tues, March 12
5:30 p.m. Smith Hall Room 130
Polish-born, US-based multimedia artist Piotr Szyhalski has in the past decade established the Labor Camp—an ongoing art project that includes interactive components (digital and physical), original music, performances, videos, printed ephemera, texts, a blog, and an archive of online resources. Moving between fine arts (painting, photography, drawing, installation), sound, media art, and design, Szyhalski’s multilayered works often explore communication and exchange, extreme historical phenomena, and relationships between the individual and society/history/time.||3/12/2019 9:30:00 PM||3/12/2019 10:30:00 PM||False||<img alt="Piotr Szyhalski" src="/Images%20Events/Szyhalski.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|Surya Gied: Seeking Clarity in the Midst of Density||Surya Gied: Seeking Clarity in the Midst of Density||Recitation Hall Gallery||Reception: Tues, February 26, 6:30 p.m. Recitation Hall Gallery
On view from Feb 26 to March 15, 2019,
Surya Gied´s paintings and site-specific installations focus on the process of personal fragmentation and the abstraction of identity. After completing her MFA at the University of the Arts Berlin in 2008 Gied received a stipend from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for Seoul, South-Korea and invited to be a guest-artist at the Seoul National University. Her work has been awarded with grants from the German Academic Exchange Service, the Goethe Institute Seoul and the Bosch Foundation Alumni Association. In 2016 Gied was nominated for the Schering Stiftung Art Award and in 2017 for the Villa Romana Prize. Recent work has been shown at the Hillyer Art Space, Washington DC; Pyeong Chang Biennale, South Korea; Savvy Contemporary, Berlin and Galerie Wedding, Berlin. Surya Gied lives and works in Berlin, Germany.||2/26/2019 1:00:00 PM||3/15/2019 12:00:00 PM||False||<img alt="Surya Gied: Seeking Clarity in the Midst of Density" src="/Images%20Events/Gied.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|Visiting Speaker: Sara Magenheimer||Visiting Speaker: Sara Magenheimer||University of Delaware Smith Hall Room 130||Working across a range of media including video, sound, performance, sculpture, collage, and installation, New York–based artist Sara Magenheimer disrupts, manipulates, and defamiliarizes language with bold combinations of image and text. Her videos incorporate traditional filmic editing techniques alongside those inspired by music and collage. Recent solo exhibitions and screenings include The New Museum, NY; Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, OR; The Kitchen, NY; JOAN, Los Angeles, CA; the International Film Festival Rotterdam; Brooklyn Academy of Music; the New York Film Festival; Images Festival, Toronto; Anthology Film Archives, New York; EMPAC, Troy, NY; and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.||4/17/2018 9:00:00 PM||4/17/2018 10:00:00 PM||False||<img alt="Visiting Speaker: Sara Magenheimer" src="/Images%20Events/3SaraM_Story.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|Lynn Herrick Sharp Award Exhibition||Lynn Herrick Sharp Award Exhibition||The Delaware Contemporary||On View through April 26, The Lynn Herrick Sharp Award Show presents work by the three Fine Art BFA award recipients: Ana Jackson Chaves and the honorable mention recipients are Madison Bacon and Andrew Gayda.
In September 2009, Lynn Sharp established the Lynn Herrick Sharp Award in support of the Fine Arts program at UD's Department of Art and Design to help the recipient produce and document their work. The award is presented to an art major working in photography, sculpture, printmaking or painting. During the student's junior year, portfolios are submitted to the fine art faculty for award consideration.
Ana Jackson Chaves uses ceramics, wood, steel, and paint to explore the complex interconnectivity of humans and the environment.
Madison Bacon's work in video, animation, and illustration delve into stories about diverse characters that are either misrepresented or not represented in commercial media.
Andrew Gayda's sculptures and videos are inspired by the offbeat creative insanity and wit he finds in pop culture. His work embodies humor and playfulness, the working parts of a fantastical imagination.
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|University of Delaware Alumni Invitational||University of Delaware Alumni Invitational||The Delaware Contemporary||On View through April 26 the Alumni Invitational investigates the department's impact on the regional art and design landscape by featuring alumni artists from the mid-Atlantic area. These artists work in a variety of media from serial comic imagery to sculptures, works on paper, and painting with the artwork ranging from dynamic furniture pieces and theatrical mechanical machines to representational portraits and graphic design.
Participating alumni: Emily Bunker, Rose DiSanto, Kyle Hackett, Andrew Jacob, Robin Koss, Ian Sampson, Phillip Scarpone and Grand Army.||4/6/2018 9:00:00 PM||4/7/2018 1:00:00 AM||False||<img alt="University of Delaware Alumni Invitational" src="/Images%20Events/Alumni_Rotator_Event.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
|37th Annual Black Maria Film Festival||37th Annual Black Maria Film Festival||Smith Hall, Room 130||37th Annual Black Maria Film Festival Screens at UD
Tuesday, March 13, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Smith Hall, Room 130
The renowned Black Maria Film Festival returns to UD for the 36th time! BMFF celebrates creativity and innovation in the moving-image arts. The Festival’s juried collection of short films includes animation, experimental, documentary and narrative works. See more at Black Maria Film Festival.||3/13/2018 9:00:00 PM||3/13/2018 11:00:00 PM||False||<img alt="" src="/Images%20Rotators/6004b8a0-9d6d-4e44-a2cb-1be8b413a9dc.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />|
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