Music and art both breed connection and fuel the imagination. Brianna Bass, abstract painter, combines these special forms of expression to create melodic paintings built through the harmony between music and color which are on view at Brick City Gallery. Originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, Brianna has constructed an intricate process using more than just visual concepts to … [Read more...] about Just a few days left to experience Chromaphone!
Amanda Smith, new assistant professor in the Art + Design Department, is expanding the relationship between painting, quilting, and other mediums; plus, allowing students to see the breadth of creative possibilities within and beyond her work. Through her redefinition of preconceived notions of painting, she creates an environment for students that values and encourages the … [Read more...] about Art + Design New Faculty Feature: Amanda Smith
“Textiles: A Social Media Exhibition” features seven female artists utilizing textiles as a social media to encourage conversation about social justice issues. These artists have been specifically chosen because of their innovative use of the medium of textile that allows them to create conversation or comment on a variety of social media issues, especially the relation of … [Read more...] about Exhibit at Brick City Gallery, Textiles: A Social Media Exhibition
Don't miss your chance! Just a few days left to view “Take it From Here,” an exhibition of photographs exploring the concept of family curated by Zora J Murff and Rana Young. The east gallery of Brick City features Murff's and Young’s collective work titled “Talking Back,” and the west gallery features a selection of imagery from multiple photographers exploring the same … [Read more...] about “Take it From Here” the Collaborative Work of Zora J Murff & Rana Young
https://youtu.be/ykHfYjwmwGE If someone gave you an item from the past and asked you to identify where it came from and how it was used, where would you start? This is the challenge students took on in the courses Art of the Americas and Art of Mesoamerica. Dr. Billie Follensbee assigned objects to each student, charging them to use careful research, contextualization and … [Read more...] about Macaylah: researcher, decoder