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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Moser and Myhre at the Nullspace Gallery.

This December, Professors Patrick Moser and Loren Myhre will be showing their paintings, drawings, and sculptures at the Nullspace Gallery in Downtown Jacksonville.

Keep an eye out for further information.
http://www.nullspacegallery.com/

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Paid Poster Contest!





2011 St. Augustine Air Show Poster Contest 
Entry Deadline, February 1, 2011 
Parameters 
Entries must be received by Tuesday, February 1, 2011 in order to have your original art (never 
before published) design to be considered for the 2011 St. Augustine Air Show. 
The chosen artist will receive $750 and VIP passes to the show. 
Photos of the entries may be emailed as a JPG or PDF document to 
cfordem@staugustineairshow.net or sent regular mail to:

Debra Bulak, Sales and Marketing  
126 Dory Rd 
St. Augustine, Fl. 32086 

Digital design will be accepted 
Do not send an original canvas. A photo of your work is preferred. 
There is no cost for entry and no limit on the number of entries. 
Entries need to include “2011 St. Augustine Air Show” lettering to be considered. 

By submitting a design for consideration, the artist agrees to the following terms and 
conditions: 

Artist must design and execute a full color, print ready poster design suitable for 
reproduction as a photo-offset poster (size to be determined by the St. Augustine Air 
Show.) 
The artist will be paid $750 by the St. Augustine Air Show for procurement of the 
art/design. 
The St. Augustine Air Show will retain the exclusive right to use the poster, poster art 
and/or any details thereof, in color, black and white and/or any variation in promotional 
materials in perpetuity including, but mot limited to, brochures, flyers, print 
advertisements, web pages and television promotions. 
Particular elements may be extracted from poster art in order to create a theme 
represented in promotional materials and web site. 
Artist will sign and number up to 1000 posters. The St. Air Show will sell and retain all 
proceeds from the sale of this poster. 
Artist will receive 50 complimentary posters for personal use. 
The St. Augustine Air Show will have the exclusive right to the unlimited reproduction of 
the poster.

The St. Augustine Air Show will retain the exclusive right, prior to and during and 
following the 2011 Sty. Augustine Air Show, to sell the poster in the United States and 
worldwide. 
The St. Augustine Air Show will retain the exclusive right to use the poster, poster art 
and/or any details thereof on apparel and other merchandise for sale prior to, during 
and following the 2011 St. Augustine Air Show. 
The St. Augustine Air Show shall retain the right to display the original piece of art 
through the period prior to the announcement of the 2011 St. Augustine Air Show artist. 
The artist may be required to attend promotional events prior to and during the air 
show. The schedule of appearances will be determined through mutual agreement. 
The artist shall not appear in any media interviews related to the St, Augustine Air Show  
or his/her art work without approval of the St. Augustine Air Show prior to the 
interview. 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Click the Link

We Are Always Here
A Solo Exhibition by Sara Pedigo 
at Gallery Gray

to visit click the link: Gallery Gray

                                 poolside, oil on linen, 20" x 16"

Gallery Gray is dedicated to curating and presenting the work of emerging and established artists in an online context.   

Introducing Christine Nguyen - Spring Semester Visiting Artist!! Help Needed!!!


In January, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles-based artist Christine Nguyen.  With a keen interest in biology and the sciences, Christine works with non-traditional photographic processes such as cyanotype and creates site-specific photo installations. More recently the artist has explored the effects of salt crystallization on flora and fauna that she has foraged in her native LA.  To aid in her installation here at Flagler, we would like to invite students (and professors) in the art department to forage for foliage, garbage, and other found detritus to be subject to her salt experiments.  If interested, please keep the objects to a reasonable size as we will ship them to Los Angeles.  Please feel free to contact Julie Dickover at the museum if you have any questions - jdickover@flagler.edu.  Thanks!


First Friday openings at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum! November 5th, 5 - 8pm


Please join us for the opening of two new exhibitions at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum.  Sean Sexton's exhibition entitled "Blood Writing" is on display in the North Gallery.  This artist/rancher/writer is a jack of all trades and in honor of his recently published book of poetry will give a reading at 5:30pm during the opening.  Damond Howard's, "It's Still America's Greatest Problem" is on view in the West Gallery.  Howard is also a Visiting Artist for the fall semester and will be giving a talk in the gallery on Friday at 11am.  Both exhibitions will be on view through November 30.

Monday, November 1, 2010

FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK: THE FLORIDIAN

Alpha Chi National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

Flagler College's Department of Art and Design was proud to support and recommend Kimberly Kambiss-Smith and Joseph Stiles into the Alpha Chi National Honor Society. 


Alpha Chi is a coeducational academic honor society. Since 1922 its purpose has been to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and to honor those who achieve such distinction


To mark the ceremony, several low resolution photographs were taken with their very proud faculty sponsor's iphone. The Department of Art and Design is less proud to show the, now photoshopped, commemorative documentation. 







Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Art films

Prof. Balaschak will be showing these films this coming Monday and Wednesday. Invite your friends and enjoy some '60 and '70 film splendor.
(click to enlarge the poster)

Monday, October 25, 2010

BFA

BFA Submission Guidelines:
1. An Unofficial Transcript
2.Your 6 Strongest Pieces of Artwork
3. A Statement Reflecting your Intention for Entering the Program

Bring the above items to Library room 235  by 5pm on Monday, Nov 1st.
Pick up the above items Nov 5th after 1pm. Decisions will be given before Registration.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Halloween Art Wars sponsored by the LSA

Wednesday October 27th 3pm-5pm 


Dead Man Drawing
Take your shot at drawing the skeleton, "special" drawing supplies will be provided




Thursday October 28th 3pm-5pm
Pumpkin Mutilation
come carve a pumpkin provided by the Flagler Art Department
bring your own torture devices.


Friday October 29th 3pm-5pm
Creepy Cakes
decorate a cake and see if you are equal to the German
Expressionist masters, cakes and icing provided
Sign up for events in the Lobby of the Flagler Art Building.

Limited space is availible.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Ellen Lupton in Orlando

November 11

Join us Nov 11 as Ellen Lupton vents her rage about dumb quotes, bad kerning, free fonts, over-priced toasters, over-stuffed pillows, ill-fitting bras, adult orthodontia, and more, much more. Lupton is a curator, writer, designer, teacher, and world-class complainer who is obsessed with uncovering the design problems all around us. Today, anyone can be a designer-or a publisher, pundit, rock star, or filmmaker. Does that mean we're heading for a more vibrant and interesting world, or one where high quality and good taste are destined for a global meltdown?

Ellen Lupton is curator of contemporary design at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution in New York City and director of the Graphic Design MFA program at MICA in Baltimore. She is a 2007 recipient of the AIGA Gold Medal. A frequent lecturer around the U.S. and the world, Lupton will speak about design to anyone who will listen.

AIGA Orlando - Register Now!
($5 M / $10 Non)

Monday, October 11, 2010

Miguel Luciano on PBS

This Sunday evening, Miguel Luciano's  work will be featured in a PBS/Thirteen series entitled Art Through Time: A Global View<http://www.learner.org/courses/globalart/>. It's a thirteen-part series that examines works of art created around the world in different eras.  His work is featured in the first episode, entitled Converging Cultures, which looks at historic and contemporary examples of cultural clashes or collaborations that have led to "hybrid styles, innovative new forms, and the reinterpretation of traditional signs and symbols". This episode also features the work of artists Takashi Murakami and Guillermo Gomez Peña.




For those in the NY / NJ area, the program airs this Sunday, October 10th at 11:30pm on Channel 13. (It will also air on October 24th at 2:30pm.)


You can also view the complete series of Art Trough Time: A Global View<http://www.learner.org/courses/globalart/> online.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Student Gallery Show Tonight!

During tonight's Art Walk, the Crisp-Ellert Museum will be featuring Flagler student work. The opening will be from 5-8pm tonight. Bring your friends and your cool clothes. 

The Gallery will also be open tomorrow from 12-4pm for Flagler's Film Festival. 
The work will remain up for a few weeks.

Reminder: Friday Drawing Club continues

There will be a nude model in Studio 4 today for the Drawing Club's Free Figure Fridays. Come out and get some work done before the show tonight. 
1-4pm

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Russell Maycumber at the Jacksonville Art Walk!

This Wednesday, September 29th, Russell Maycumber will showing at the Nullspace Gallery during the Jacksonville Art Walk. Come on down and see some excellent drawing on post-it notes. 

Nullspace Gallery
108 E. Adams Street
Jacksonville, Fl 32202
website: http://www.nullspacegallery.com/#400333/news

Jacksonville Art Walk runs from 5-9 the first Wednesday of every month.



Thursday, September 23, 2010

Flagler Professors Featured in MOCA Jax

The work of several Flagler College professors is on display at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art’s new exhibit called “Imagination Squared.” The exhibit features the work of hundreds of artists in the Northeast Florida on 5-inch-by-2-inch pieces of canvas. The display, which has more than 2,000 pieces, is designed to capture the imagination of Jacksonville.

Flagler’s Leslie Robison, Sara Pedigo, Laura Mongiovi, Patrick Moser, Russell Maycumber, Loren Myhre and Enzo Torcoletti all contributed to the show.

See the Arbus magazine featuring the show in the lobby of the Art Building.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Studio Sale

Jonathan Lux, the Jacksonville artist that displayed his large-scale figure paintings in the Crisp-Ellert Museum last spring, is having a Studio Sale this Saturday.
Saturday, September 25 · 10:00am - 7:00pm
2746 Park Street, Jacksonville, Fl 32204 (Park Street Studios)

Friday, September 17, 2010

Today, The Drawing Club's Figure Friday!

Studio 4
1-4pm


Every Friday in Studio 4, the Art Department will provide a model for a three-hour open figure session. As often as possible they will hire a nude model, otherwise a clothed student model will pose. The sessions are open to everyone. Bring your own materials and your friends. 

This week we will have a nude model. 

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Studio Assistants Wanted:

Prof. Michael Ghelerter is looking for Photo Lab assistants.The job involves very little work, only 2 hrs a week of help are required. Assistants will receive one credit hour.

Contact Michael Ghelerter at mghelerter@flagler.edu

Free Figure Drawing Fridays

Starting tomorrow, September 10th, there will be 2 hour figure session in Studio 4 from 1-3pm every Friday. The figure will be a clothed student model. 
Bring your materials of choice and your friends.

Reminder!!!

The Italy trip 2011 informational meeting is today at 5pm.
 Head over to K-313 to get all of the basic trip info.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

This Friday, "Second Nature" Gallery Opening in the Crisp-Ellert Museum

Featuring the work of Professor Don Martin that he completed during his sabbatical, Spring 2010.
September 3rd-17th, 2010

Opening Reception: Friday, September 3rd, 2010 6-9 PM

Museum Hours: 10-4 PM Monday- Friday

48 Sevilla Street
Flagler College
St. Augustine, Fl
904-826-8530

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Study Abroad Advanced Drawing in Italy with Assistant Professor Patrick Moser


Summer 2011 there will be an Advanced Drawing class going to Rome, Florence and Assisi.

We will draw from masterworks of Art and Architecture and have a summer show in the museum upon our return.

An organizational meeting will occur on Thursday Sept. 9th 5:00 location TBA for anyone who is curious.

Friday Drawing Club

Friday Figure drawing club in Studio-4



From 1-3pm every Friday we will offer a free two hour figure drawing session open to all art students from any level, Drawing 1 to Senior Portfolio. 
Beginning Friday, September 10th. 

Exciting New Scholarship Generously Donated by Molly Wiley

The Flagler College Department of Art and Design is proud to announce that we are fortunate to have received The William R Kenan  Jr. Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Mary Lily Flagler Wiley.

This generous scholarship allows the department to award significant funds to two seniors each year, one in Graphic Design and one in Fine Arts.

This year’s recipients:
Brandon Santiago in Graphic Design
Joseph Stiles in Fine Art