May 2- May 17, 2013
Continue reading “2013 Juried Student Art Exhibition”
Art majors and non-art majors alike contribute work to this joyful exploration of creativity. Jurors typically select 70 works in a variety of media and award prizes for the strongest submissions.
April 4 – April 19, 2013
Continue reading “Senior Thesis Exhibition 3XD: Design, Displace, Daddy Issues”
The senior thesis exhibition is the culminating event for students who are completing their bachelors of fine arts degrees at Transylvania University.
Feb. 25- Mar. 22, 2013
By appointment only the week of March 11
Divine Hybrids feature contemporary mixed-media art in which figuration emerges in an also mixed imagery, taking after syncretic religions and mythologies born from historically decisive multicultural encounters. From emblematic figures of mestizaje, to deities that embody combinations of Haitian voodoo with Hindu, Mayan, Catholic, and yet other traditions, the three-dimensional art of Mexican, North Carolina-based Claudia Dominguez, Columbian artist Gabriela Jiménez, Jamaican-born Ebony Patterson, alongside Lexington artists Diane Kahlo, and Bob Morgan, contemplates life within a sexualized realm of the sacred.
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Jan. 16 – Feb. 15, 2013
OPEN Jan. 21 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
The Thirteen revolves around the lives of thirteen black women who were violently murdered in Kentucky during the19th and 20th centuries. The exhibition features original poetry and mixed media memorials by poet and multidisciplinary artist Bianca Spriggs and photographer and filmmaker by Angel Clark.
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Nov. 5 – Dec. 5, 2012
Closed Nov. 21-23 for Thanksgiving
Nick Alley, Cricket Press (Sara and Brian Turner), Joel Feldman, Liz Foley, Homegrown Press (John Lackey), Hound Dog Press (Nick Baute and Robert Ronk), Larkspur Press (Gray Zeitz), and Derrick Riley
Lexington has a vibrant small press industry comprised of artists working in a variety of print media including letterpress, wood prints, and silk screens. Lexington Legatees: Contemporary Printmaking in the Bluegrass celebrates our “embarrassment of riches” in this month-long exhibition featuring three art talks and culminating in a closing holiday party and print sale on Dec. 5, 5-7 p.m.
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Sept. 17 – October 26, 2012
Closed Oct. 15, 16 for fall break
While tattoos are common among mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters and are highly visible in the cage, the stories behind them are less public. Ink in the Cage is a photographic exploration of those tattoos which reveal unique aspects of fighter identities — their convictions, passions, personal histories, and overcome obstacles. Through interview excerpts and larger-than-life images, observers are granted entré into the private lives of these athletes whose tattoos commemorate major turning points, serve as reminders of loved ones, echo religious sentiments, and are frequently symbols of the philosophy fighters live by, both inside and outside the cage.
Continue reading “Ink In the Cage: The Stories Behind MMA Fighter Tattoos Barbara LoMonaco and Angela Baldridge”