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Hardships Into Art
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

November 26th - 29thOpening: November 26th, 6pm - 8pmHardships Into ArtMission Statement:This project is to help show the reality of things people are going through, but in turn be able to show something beautiful can growth from hardship. Through this project we will gather anonymous submissions from community members and in turn have artists create different pieces from the submissions to be exhibited for community members and artists alike to reflect on.InstructionsPlease feel free to write down anything you are struggling with, have struggled with, or want to get off your chest. All submissions will remain anonymous. You may also submit as many as you like. These submissions will later ...

2AM: Contingency
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Hardships Into Art

by Joshua WilsonNovember 26st - November 30thOpening: November 30th, 6pm - 8pmThe core of my work focuses on narratives that have been drawn from history and mythology/religion, focusing primarily on relating elements such as spiritual belief, explanations for natural phenomena, and the nature of human existence often present within these narratives against contemporary society. Playing with several ideas involving the persistence of human belief systems and our contemporary understanding of ourselves and our environment, I relate many of our modern social structures back to those of the distant past as well as reflecting on differences between them. This content allows me to explore ...

Climate Justice Teach-In and UNCG International Sustainability Shorts
Thursday, October 04, 2018
Hardships Into Art

April 19th Climate Justice Teach-In 4pm - 6:30pm UNCG International Sustainability Shorts 6:30pm - 8pm Part of UNCG Ashby Dialogue Series "The Universe Story and the University: Education for Justice and the Sacred Earth" Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences. Teach-In and prize money for Shorts provided by the UNCG Greenfund. Open to the public, free pizza and networking with local sustainability groups. Climate Justice Teach-InUNCG Ashby Dialogue Series & Green Drinks GSO Presents:Justin Catanoso - Environmental journalist covering international covering climate change news for Mongabay.com Journalism Professor, Wake Forest ...

Sounding Out The Past
Thursday, October 04, 2018
Hardships Into Art

Seth EllisGPS Residency from June 4th - 30thMake an appointment to visitOpening June 29th, 6pm - 8pmSounding Out the Past is an experiment in investigating the past, by exploring sound. I used to live in Greensboro, and was curious then and now about its history, and the things it shares with the places I grew up, as well as its differences. Thinking about the past is an act of empathetic imagination, looking at other people’s lives from the outside. In this project, I’m looking at the many publicly available historical documents from Greensboro—city directories, fire insurance maps—and trying to imagine the sound of everyday that they ...

Recurrent Elements
Thursday, October 04, 2018
Hardships Into Art

MFA Mexico City Study Abroad ExhibitionSeptember 17th - 21stOpen M-F 11am - 4pmOpening and student presentations: September 19th, 4pm - 6pmMexico City has a deep rich history that flows through its presents with Recurrent Elements. The second-year UNCG MFA students have created work based on their experiences and observations while being immersed in the culture of Mexico City and its surrounding region.Through various media, Alexandra Litaker, Alexandra Morrissette, Katherine Colburn, Mark Orgeron, Miranda Reichhardt, Jessica Wilkins, and Zoe Sasson share their insights from abroad.