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Ill At Ease Exhibition Open Call For Work – Extended Until January 6, 2017

November 29, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Open call for work in an exhibition curated by Visual Studies PhD Student Conor Moynihan in the Department of Art Gallery in Spring 2017. Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art is an exhibition centered around the topic of illness—biological, physical, mental, societal, environmental—and, paradoxically, health. Bound up in an often tense position within American culture, illness and health structure the ways we interact Read More


Open Call for Work – “Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art” curated by PhD Student Conor Moynihan

June 6, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Open call for work in an exhibition curated by Visual Studies PhD Student Conor Moynihan in the Department of Art Gallery in Spring 2016. Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art is an exhibition centered around the topic of illness—biological, physical, mental, societal, environmental—and, paradoxically, health. Bound up in an often tense position within American culture, illness and health Read More


Exhibition Opening Nov. 12th – Re:res Contemporary Interpretations of the Cravens World Collection

November 4, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

  Re:res Contemporary Interpretations of the Cravens World Collection November 12–December 12, 2015 Opening Reception Thursday, November 12, 2015 5:00–7:00pm UB Art Gallery Second Floor, CFA Re (with reference to): res (a thing, matter or object) This exhibition presents the work of artists Skylar Borgstrom, Caitlin Cass, AJ Fries, Kristine Mifsud, Carl Spartz, Marc Tomko, Read More


Exhibition Opening – Working Title: Artists on the Edge of Lake Erie

October 30, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Exhibition Dates: November 12 – December 12, 2015 Reception: Thursday, November 12, 5-7PM Department of Art Gallery Working Title: Artists on the Edge of Lake Erie is an exhibition that explores the practice and process of artists working in postindustrial cities along the edge of Lake Erie. Shying from the ‘rust belt’ moniker, the exhibit makes Read More


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