May 14th-27thReception Saturday, May 26th 6pm-8pm Most of Ali's work uses water colors along with black Chinese ink. The subjects Ali choosse are mostly Arabic calligraphy in different fonts with the inclusion of Arabesque, organic and geometric designs; Turkish designs, old Iraqi folkloric designs and Baghdadi traditional design such as doors, windows, domes, and arches inspired by old architecture. Inspired by Pope Francis’ call on every European parish to host one refugee family, guided by Guilford’s Quaker tradition and history, and animated by the Arab-Islamic word for campus (حرم) which means “sanctuary,” Diya Abdo, associate ...
May 18th - 23rdReception on Saturday, May 19th 5:30pmOpen for Viewing Sunday, May 19th - Wednesday, May 23rd, 11am - 4pm A fine print photography exhibit in collaboration with Greensboro Bound Literary Festival with works by artists Regina DeLuise, Mary Ellen Bartley and Curt Richter. For more information contact Naomi Jones at 336.558.3453 firstname.lastname@example.org
April 23rd - May 5th Reception on Friday, April 27th 5pm - 8pm An exhibition highlighting the work of UNCG School of Art Students. On one side, "HONEST OATMEAL", is a gathering of eight capstone painters showcasing their most recent work. And on the other, a wide-ranging survey of images by printmaking students and alumni.
OBJECT LESSONS by Linda Kent Opening: April 13th, 6pm - 9pmObjects are sometimes found, sometimes madeThey can be unmadetaken apart. They have their own energyAnd opinionsThey speak and are sometimes rudeor soft, or loudThey can sometimes sing.Objects contain the history of their own makingthey remember.They know thingsthey wear traces of what has happenedThey hang suspended on the walland waitThey change with the lightThey change me"The minute we pick up an object is the beginning of a relationship.” (Issa Samb)Questions arise. So many questions. Objects occupy space.And hold their presence.
I Carry You With Meby Celia CortezOpening: April 13th, 6pm - 9pm