Summer exhibition solo receptions will be held on Saturday afternoon, June 22nd, 2019 from 2-4PM at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center. The address is 4915 East Campus Drive, Alexandria, VA 22311 on the Northern Virginia Community College – Alexandria Campus.
The One: Work by Sunhee Kim Jung will be on display in the Passage and the Forum Gallery at the Rachel M.Schlesinger Concert Hall and Art Center.
Sunhee Kim Jung is a Korean-born American Artist. She is known as a painter of lush landscapes that express provocative ideas, beliefs, and feelings about life and death, loss and rebirth.
Jung earned her BFA in painting from Corcoran College of Art & Design and her MFA in painting from American University in Washington DC. She is the Vice President of the US-Korea Arts Foundation in Washington D.C. whose mission as an organization is to introduce Korean culture and arts to America by working with the community, government, museums and international organizations.
The Eternity of an Instant: Mixed Media on Steve Wanna will be on display in the Margaret W. & Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery. Steve Wanna is a multi-disciplinary sound and visual artist whose work includes music, sound design for dance collaborations, sculpture, installation, photography, and works for mixed media. Born and raised in Lebanon, he immigrated to the United States with his family as a teenager, eventually receiving a doctorate in Music Composition from the University of Maryland in 2004. Wanna’s work is driven by his belief that under the right conditions, beauty can emerge without the need for direct intervention. He creates abstract, experimental fixed works and installations in a variety of mediums and formats that include sound, 2-D work, sculpture, video, and photography. His work is informed by the principle of emergence as defined in systems theory and Buddhism.
You are invited to meet the Artist, Norma Schwartz this Friday Morning from 11am -1PM. You’ll have the opportunity to see her powerful exhibition, shape of memories, meet her and hear her discuss her work in this salon style event. Norma’s exhibition runs through June 9th.
Biography and Artist Statement
Norma Schwartz was born in Argentina at the end of the World War II and the atrocities of the event have been present throughout her life. After starting her practice as a psychoanalyst and raising a family, she emigrated to Spain in the 1970’s. In Spain, she became involved in women’s issues from a psychoanalytic perspective and at the same time explored artistic languages of expressions. She moved to the United States in the mid 1990’s while keeping her practice as a psychoanalyst and pursing her new passion: sculpture.
“As a sculptor, developing techniques, exploring new materials, creating new ways of inhabiting a three-dimensional space, realizing the importance of light, gave me the opportunity to express what for me was impossible to express in a different language; a language with no words.
The teaching of psychoanalysis is also present in my work, and reflects, when naming each piece, a need to make a mark with a word that symbolized my curiosity and passion for the theoretical knowledge.
The Margaret W. & Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center at Northern Virginia Community College’s Alexandria Campus welcomes the unique artwork of regional artist Kyujin Lee whose show Past Control, Pest Control will be on display from Nov. 10, 2017 to Jan. 15, 2018. An artist’s reception is scheduled for 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11.
The galleries at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Art Center at the Northern Virginia Community College Alexandria Campus will display the art exhibit Lachesis’ Order by artist Amelia Hankin. The show will be installed in the Passage and Forum galleries from May 12 to July 30. Hankin’s current body of drawings and screen prints reference the superstitious beliefs that emerge in everyday life – from stepping on cracks in the sidewalks to opening an umbrella indoors. Through repetitive imagery rendered in fine detail, Hankin questions the tipping point between harmless acts of routine and the human obsessiveness with order, manifested in these rituals.