Opening in the east gallery...
Towson University | department of art + design photography students
WHEN: OPENING RECEPTION | Saturday May 13, 7—10pm; on view May 13 – June 10
Jordan Faye Contemporary, in continuing its tradition of showcasing the work of young and emerging artists, is pleased to present a group pop-up exhibition of photographs and video by students from Towson University. The work in this exhibition is varied but common themes emerge and coalesce around interrogations of time, self, place, and memory as they relate to human relationships, the metaphysics of existence, and manifestations of techno culture in this digital age.
The Earth Is Intimate
WHEN: Saturday May 13, 7-10pm for a closing reception to celebrate Jenee's fifth solo exhibition with Jordan Faye Contemporary.
Installation view of the front gallery.
Partial Artist Statement
I am connected to the earth; its smell is savory, sweet. I dig my fingers into the soil. Worms seek cover, mysteriously disappearing into the underworld. And if, like Alice, I were to follow the rabbit, its white bushy tail disappearing down the hole, if I were to follow and fall into the earth what would be revealed to me on the underside? The garden speaks to me of the possibility of another world, a parallel universe where things are not what they seem.
Jenee Mateer, Crest (of cabbage and kings), 29 x 38.5 inches archivally framed
ARTriculate & THRIVE: YOUNG ARTISTS WORKSHOP SERIES
Calling all young artists & parents of artists...
Is your (high school) daughter or son thinking about heading off in a career in the arts - are they a creative, passionate soul who spends countless hours drawing or painting - acting or singing - taking photographs or designing new things... Are they thinking about attending art school for college? Are you worried about how they'll make it, once out of school?
We're here to reassure you, that there are so many ways to be a creative thriving artist.
Join us for an short informative workshop with Florence Lehr of ARTriculate & Jordan Faye Block
WHEN: Saturday, May 13, CAREERS in the ARTS 10:30 -11:30
CAREERS IN THE ARTS Introduces students to a variety of different art careers, many of which combine "traditional" subjects with art, such as Biomedical Illustration and Interface Design and opens their horizons to many exciting professions.
This workshop is free and open to any parents and high school students who are looking at a career in the arts!
Read and learn more about ARTriculate, here.