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Angela Ellsworth Lecture at Weber State DoVA

Angela Ellsworth Lecture at Weber State DoVA from Jason Metcalf on Vimeo.


2010 Utah Ties Juried Exhibition CUAC is currently accepting applications for it’s 6th annual juried art exhibition. Current Utah Residents and artists with ties to Utah are invited to apply. All media is accepted. Dates Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2010 Notification: Mar 3, 2010 Art Delivered to Gallery: Mar 8, 2010 Opening Reception: Mar 12, […]

Casey Jex Smith on Beautiful Decay

Casey Jex Smith makes work which draws images sacred to high-geekdom, art, and religion together until they are inseparable.  I have been into his work since seeing it in person at the Drawing Center a couple of years ago.  Some of Smith’s influences are: Dungeons & Dragons manuals, Agnes Martin paintings, Mormon architecture, and Sunday […]

In the Red/In the Black Project 006: Sean Slemon

The tree that endlessly grows and then disappears in the animated video Public Property (2007) offers a meditation on the patterns of growth and decline that are inextricably part of the lifecycles of both the natural and the financial realms. Slemon notes: “Over the last few years my work has looked at nature and how […]

Past CUAC Artist Meridith Pingree at Cal State LA

The group exhibition titled “I’m Giving You My Dream Guns” presents drawings, sculptures, and installations by three New York based artists: Alexi Chisler, Libby Hartle, and Meridith Pingree. The work of these three artists is in various ways inspired by natural growth patterns, and explores the mechanics of organic processes by incorporating smaller elements to […]

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Past CUACartist: Rashawn Griffin in “Elsewhereless”

Elsewhereless: Judah Catalan, Rashawn Griffin, Jonathan Hartshorn, Diane Townsend Gallery reception: Saturday, December 12th, 4 to 6pm Exhibition dates: November 29 to December 20, 2009 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 29, 2009 — Callicoon Fine Arts presents Elsewhereless, an exhibition of artworks by four artists: Judah Catalan, Rashawn Griffin, Jonathan Hartshorn and Diane Townsend. The […]

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Recent Acquisitions from the Glynn Vivian Collection

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Rashawn Griffin in “30 Seconds Off an Inch” at the Studio Museum

The Studio Museum in Harlem will open the fall/winter season with a major exhibition entitled 30 Seconds off an Inch. This survey will bring together contemporary artworks by a group of artists who, having absorbed the lessons of U.S.-based Conceptual art and identity politics, imbue their respective practices with a critical sense of play and […]