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SOUDANSOUDANDelaware Contemporary Wilmington, DEThe Delaware Contemporary is pleased to showcase the newest mixed media works of Virginia Bradley, professor of painting and drawing at the University of Delware. This exhibition represents a continuation of Bradley's interest in geology, alchemy, and the "performative process" of painting. Bradley began her Soudan Series in the fall of 2015 after research of the Soudan Iron Mine near Tower, Minnesota.10/6/2017 9:00:00 PM10/7/2017 1:00:00 AMFalse<img alt="mixed media in black, blue, green, white, pink" src="/Images%20Rotators/Bradley.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Artist Talk: Gregg SilvisArtist Talk: Gregg SilvisRecitation Hall GallerySurrounded by over two million physical books every day at work, Gregg Silvis recently created a series of works based on the physical text of a novel. In Great Expectations: de/reconstructed each sculpted object is comprised of the entire physical text of the Dickens novel, re-imagined to see the entire text of the novel from a novel, non-book perspective.10/3/2017 9:30:00 PM10/3/2017 11:30:00 PMFalse<img alt="Circle of papers in cream color" src="/Images%20Events/03Silvis_1_Great_Expectations_on_edge_Detail1%20-%20Copy.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Jekyll Grand Dining Sea Mist, We Too LivedJekyll Grand Dining Sea Mist, We Too LivedTaylor Hall GalleryThe First Year Master of Fine Art Student Exhibition showcases the exemplary work created by graduate students entering the two-year MFA program in Fall 2017. The Department of Art & Design offers an intimate interdisciplinary Master of Fine Art program with exceptional funding and teaching experience opportunities. Each year the faculty graduate committee reviews a competitive pool of applicants to the program. Only 10 students are accepted each year. This annual exhibition introduces their creative work to the general public and the University at large. 10/3/2017 9:30:00 PM10/3/2017 11:30:00 PMFalse<img alt="Green vertical boes" src="/Images%20Events/AD-Web-Rotator.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
EXHIBITION: Sketchy BeginningsEXHIBITION: Sketchy BeginningsTAYLOR HALL SPACEIn Sketchy Beginnings, ceramic and trans-media artists Drew Ippoliti, Michael Lorsung, Amy Shindo, and Wade Tullier examine how objects relate to stories. Ippoliti probes the Chinese Porcelain trade and the enduring changes it brought to Boston area. Shindo reimagines the way we understand service, and the presentation of edible objects through the portrayal of space and function. Tullier constructs narratives with distinct cultural forms, cultivating the rich storytelling tradition of the South and questioning how phenomena are best explained. Lorsung investigates themes surrounding the intersection of traditional craft-based making and the industrially produced world.9/12/2017 9:30:00 PM9/29/2017 9:30:00 PMFalse<img alt="Sketchy Beginnings Event Image" src="/Images%20Events/FBEventSketchy.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />

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