Public Critique with Ruba Katrib

Visiting Artist Lecturer Ruba Katrib visited the Carnaghi Arts Building on January 9, 2015 to visit the studios of MFA students and participate in a public critique with several students. Katrib, Curator at write my essay cheap the SculptureCenter in Long Island, New York, presented as part of the Visiting Artist Lecture series sponsored by the College of Visual Arts, Theatre, and Dance. For more information please visit http://art.fsu.edu/Visiting-Artists.




Tenee’ Hart

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“I am attempting to attract my viewers with formal aesthetics by beautifying the grotesque, unjust, and bizarre. I believe this visual attractiveness of my work lulls the audience into a false sense of security so that they can then be informed by the work.”

Tenee’ Hart is an interdisciplinary sculpture artist that pairs aesthetic beauty with topics that shock, entice, or disturb. The woman as creator, woman as the oppressed and the self perception of woman are just some of the themes she explores in her work. She was recently published in International Contemporary Artists Vol. IX.

See more of her work at www.teneehart.com

 

Built Public Opening

 

Thank you to everyone that came out to the December opening of Built. It was a great way to close our fall exhibition lineup!

 

Scott Bell Featured in New American Paintings

Congratulations to Scott Bell for being selected for New American Paintings issue 117! Scott was selected to be one of the 40 MFA students featured from a nationwide competition of emerging graduate artists.

For more information please visit the New American Paintings website.

Prospect New Orleans

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In the fall of 2014, the MFA students had the privilege of spending four days in New Orleans attending Prospect 3, an international contemporary art biennial. Prospect invites artists to exhibit in one of 18 venues across New Orleans to create a dialogue surrounding the culture and history of the city. With over 40 artists exhibiting, the MFAs visited many of the sites including the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Contemporary Art Center, and the Newcomb Art Gallery at Tulane University. For more information on the trip, please visit the Department of Art News & Opportunities page.

For more information on Prospect New Orleans, visit their website.

Built Opening Reception

Working Method Contemporary is pleased to announce cialis pills the opening of Built, a group painting exhibition featuring new work by MFA candidates Scott Bell, Mary Chong, Christy Klein and Elise Thompson.

The exhibition will be on view from November 20th until December 31st, with an opening reception on Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 6:30-8:30pm. The reception is free and open to the public.

Working Method Contemporary is located inside the Carnaghi Arts Building at 2214 Belle Vue Way, Tallahassee, Fl 32303

Adrian Errico in SET IN MOTION: Under the Surface

Congratulations to Adrian Errico for being accepted into Purdue University’s show SET IN MOTION: Under the Surface, at Fountain Gallery in Lafayette, Indiana.

Garden of Change

Garden of Change by Lourdes Jimenez
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Featuring work by:
Scott Bell, Lourdes Jimenez, Megan Wilson, John Cavanaugh, Caitlin Hare, Monique Boileau, Rebecca Krueger, Tarek Patton

In the Making Opening Reception

A big thanks to everyone that came out to the opening of “In the Making” at Working Method Contemporary and to WMC Gallery Manager Elise Thompson for organizing an awesome show!

Last Friday

Check out new work by Scott Bell, Gaelin Craighead, Sarita Guillory, Christina Klein, Haley Lauw, Nick Schilz and Elise Thompson from the October 3rd Last Friday Show. A big thanks to Nick Collier for organizing and curating the show.

Photos by Gaelin Craighead