“The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

“The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

“The Man in the Bowler Hat” by Michelle Rogers will be on display at the Schlesinger Center Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery from Friday, October 10 to Sunday, November 9. An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 18 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an artist’s talk at 4:00 p.m. Rogers’ fascination with iconic vagabonds like Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and … Continue reading “The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

Rosemary Gallick and Students

Eye-Catching Masks on Display at Manassas

An art exhibition at the Manassas Campus called “Masquerade” features masks created by studio and art history faculty and students. Some artists painted masks on canvas while others embellished purchased masks with a variety of materials such as paint, markers, glitter and gems. Several artists mounted masks on canvases or used other materials to achieve a 3-D effect. Both original designs and motifs inspired by … Continue reading Eye-Catching Masks on Display at Manassas

“The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

“The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

“The Man in the Bowler Hat” by Michelle Rogers will be on display at the Schlesinger Center Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery from Friday, October 10 to Sunday, November 9. An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 18 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an artist’s talk at 4:00 p.m. Rogers’ fascination with iconic vagabonds like Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and … Continue reading “The Man in the Bowler Hat” at the Fisher Art Gallery

Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

An exhibition of works by Woodbridge art faculty will be displayed at The Gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge (Arts & Sciences Building, Room 123) until November 16. The exhibition includes works in photography, video, painting and sculpture by full-time and adjunct Woodbridge art faculty. Participating faculty include Erin Devine, Rosemary Gallick, Eric Garner, Zac Jackson, Lauren Jacobs, Allison Long, Elizabeth Lynch, Fred Markham, Matt Pinney, Gail Rebhan and Jocelyn Sowa. For more information and gallery hours, contact Devine at edevine@nvcc.edu. Continue reading Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

An exhibition of works by Woodbridge art faculty will be displayed at The Gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge (Arts & Sciences Building, Room 123) until November 16. The exhibition includes works in photography, video, painting and sculpture by full-time and adjunct Woodbridge art faculty. Participating faculty include Erin Devine, Rosemary Gallick, Eric Garner, Zac Jackson, Lauren Jacobs, Allison Long, Elizabeth Lynch, Fred Markham, Matt Pinney, Gail Rebhan and Jocelyn Sowa. … Continue reading Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition will be at The Gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge in the Arts & Sciences Building, Room 123 from October 16 to November 16. There are works in photography, video, painting and sculpture by full-time and adjunct art faculty of the Woodbridge Campus. Participating faculty include Erin Devine, Rosemary Gallick, Eric Garner, Zac Jackson, Lauren Jacobs, Allison Long, Elizabeth Lynch, Fred Markham, Matt Pinney, Gail Rebhan and Jocelyn Sowa. A reception for the artists and students will be held Thursday, October 17 from 4:00 p.m. … Continue reading Woodbridge-Art Faculty Exhibition

Alexandria Campus Library Showcases Student Art

For several years, the Alexandria Campus Library has been acquiring and displaying student artwork including pottery, photography, sculpture and painting. In the spring and summer terms, the Library hosted the very successful Altered Book and Poster Exhibition called “Eaarth,” inspired by Bill McKibben’s book, “Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet.” One student commented, “It was amazing how you guys explain the book. … Continue reading Alexandria Campus Library Showcases Student Art

Denny May, Jimmie McClellen, Rebecca Kamen and Lisa Hill

Earth Altered Books

On April 26, the Altered Eaarth Book exhibit opened in the Alexandria Campus Library. The exhibit celebrates Earth Day and was the result of the collaboration between Professor Denny May (English), Professor Lisa Hill (Communication Design), Professor Rebecca Kamen (Fine Arts) and Professor Angela Terry (Communication Design), with help from the Library staff. Students from ART 132 and ART 140 created the altered books on … Continue reading Earth Altered Books

Hortense Hinton, Randy Michener, Thom Ciarniello, Laura Casal

“Faces I Remember” on Exhibit at Manassas

Paintings by Thom Ciarniello will be on display at the Manassas Campus through April 11. The exhibition called “Faces I Remember” represents a 37-year journey. Ciarniello was born in 1955 in Youngstown, Ohio, to a large Spanish/Italian extended family. From an early period, he remembers being fascinated by people’s faces, their expressions, their coloring, and the way a face can make you feel rooted or … Continue reading “Faces I Remember” on Exhibit at Manassas

Albemarle Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW, 1949/2009

“A Cultural History of My Neighborhood” on Exhibit – Photo Collages by Gail S. Rebhan

Gail Rebhan, professor of photography at the Woodbridge Campus, has collaborated with the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center and Iona Senior Services to create a public art project and exhibition on the cultural history of the Tenleytown neighborhood. “A Cultural History of My Neighborhood” documents historic changes to the second oldest neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Beginning April 2, large photo collages can … Continue reading “A Cultural History of My Neighborhood” on Exhibit – Photo Collages by Gail S. Rebhan