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Department of Art & Design

 gun cottonTHANK YOU TENNESSEE ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS (TAM) for the Award of Recognition for the Diverse & Empowered Exhibition Series and
Award of Commendation for the Publication Catalogues for 2019-2020.


Diverse & Empowered Project includes: 'Kayumanggi: Post Colonial Filipinx,'
'Ansiedad y Pertenencia (Anxiety & Belongingness): Latinx TN and the World,'
'Silenced Narratives: Africanx Artists' and 'Rumors of Necessity: Asianx Artists'

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS AY 2020-2021
*There may be future changes in the schedule given the uncertainty of times in the context of COVID-19 pandemic. We will update our events accordingly. Thank you for your understanding and stay safe.


FALL 2020 to SPRING 2021, Slocumb Galleries


Black Diaspora: Reclaiming Experience, Memory and Place
Curated by Marie Cochran, Affrilachian Artist Studio and Lyn Govette
August 18 to September 11;
Film showing with Q & A 'Red Summer in Knoxville' by William Isom II:
September 16, 5 p.m., Virtual Zoom & FB Live
Performance by Amythyst Kiah:
October 2, 6 p.m., Virtual Zoom & FB Live
In partnership with Langston Centre, Language & Culture Resource Center, Multicultural Center and funding from the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Committee (SAAC)


BFA Group Exhibition 2020

September 14 to 25, 2020

The American Dream: Latinx Nick Peña
September 28 to October 30, 2020

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Fall Exhibitions
November 2 to 13, 2020

BA Senior Exhibition 2020
November 16 to December 11, 2020


Tennessee Jewelry & Metal Studio Craft Exhibition
Curated by Robly Glover
January 11 to February 12, 2021

National Juried Art Exhibition
Juror: TBA
February 16 to March 12

MFA Exhibition by Shanna Lawson
March 22 to 26

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Exhibition
March 29 to April 23

Student Honor Show 2021
April 26 to May 8; Reception: April 29, Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m.
Juror: Dr. Jason Hoelscher, Gallery Director & Faculty, Georgia Southern University
Guest of Honor: Dr. Joe Sherlin, VP for Student Life & Enrollment

 

FALL 2020 to SPRING 2021, Tipton Gallery

Black Diaspora: Reclaiming Experience, Memory and Place
Curated by Marie Cochran, Affrilachian Artists Studio  and Lyn Govette
September 3 to October 16, 2020;
Film showing with Q & A 'Red Summer in Knoxville' by William Isom II:
September 16, Tipton Gallery
Performance by Amythyst Kiah: October 2, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., Tipton Gallery

Panel on Black Appalachia:September 3, Thursday, Langston Centre
Panelists: Prominent Appalachian Academic Dr. William Turner, Affrilachian Poet Founder Frank Walker, Affrilachian Artists Project Curator Marie Cochran, ETSU VP for Equity & Inclusion Dr. Keith Johnson and Asheville Artist Viola Spells with Langston Centre Director Adam Dickson as Moderator
In partnership with Langston Centre, Language & Culture Resource Center, Multicultural Center and funding from the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Committee (SAAC)


New Latinx South Exhibition
October 21 to December 11;
Dia de los Muertos: October 30, Friday, 5 to 8 p.m., Tipton Gallery
In partnership with Langston Centre, Language & Culture Resource Center, Multicultural Center and funding from the ETSU Student Activities Allocation Committee (SAAC)

Appa l'Asians: Women Asianx Artists Negotiating the Liminal

Curated by Jose Ardivilla and Kreneshia Whiteside
January 21 to March 12, 2021; Art Demo: February 5;
Panel Discussion on March 5, First Fridays, 6 to 8 p.m.

MFA Group Exhibition
March 22 to April 9; Reception & Gallery Talk: April 2, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.

Tennessee Daze curated by Jeff Kinzel
April 12 to May 8; Reception: May 7, First Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.

 

 

CURRENT  EXHIBITIONS AY 2019-2020

*Due to COVID-19 health risks, the Tipton and Slocumb Galleries are currently closed for public viewing and all events are cancelled until end of Spring and Summer semesters. We apologize for the inconveniences and we will resume public programming on Fall 2020.

We will try to update you regarding safety procedures upon reopening. For the meantime, we are uploading virtual exhibitions via social media. Please stay safe and enjoy our online exhibitions at Instagram and Facebook.


To view some virtual BFA Spring Exhibitions, click links:

Basics of Clogging by Alisha Burnheimer

A Grimm Reaping by Heather Flemming

Everyday Decay by Abageal Jacobs

Wilde Woman
by Katie Murphy

Mountain Folds and Valley Folds by Raina Nief

Out in the Open by Shawn Quilliams

Lost in Time by Samuel Wright

 

 

 

Funding & support: tn arts commissionsaaceast tn foundationlocate artstn license plate

SG recent VISITING ARTISTS & ART MENTORS:

Logan Lochner, Editor, Burnaway Magazine, February 2020

Gina Mamone and Chelsea Dobert-Kehn, Queer Appalachia, February 2020

William Major, Photographer; Jake Ingram, Printmaker; John E. May, Photographer; Mary Nees, Painter; Jane Broderick, Painter/Fiber Artist; Kevin Gardner, Painter; and Kymberly Day, Painter; February 2020

Jo Ann Walters, Photographer, January 2020

Sisavahn Phoutavong, Painter and Jarrod Houghton, Painter, November 2019

Paul Pak-hing Lee, Photographer, October & November 2019

Alejandro Acierto, Sound Artist, Musician, November 2018 & 2019

Ashton Ludden, Printmaker, October 2019

Cathryn Amidei, Fiber Artist, October, 2019

Terrell Carter, Painter/Writer, and Shai Perry, Painter/Curator, September 2019

Greg Pond, Sound Installation Sculptor, September, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

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