SYNAPSE
An Installation by Dallas Austin
TECH
A Glitch / Video Art Installation by Dylan Bannister

Both exhibits will feature new bodies of work by the artists reflecting their personal explorations
outside of class. Light will be an important theme in both exhibits.
TECH will be open for viewing from Wednesday, 4/16 - Saturday 4/19
SYNAPSE will be open for viewing on Friday, 4/18

A reception for both will be held on Friday, 4/18 at 6 pm with free food and refreshments

SYNAPSE

An Installation by Dallas Austin

TECH

A Glitch / Video Art Installation by Dylan Bannister

Both exhibits will feature new bodies of work by the artists reflecting their personal explorations

outside of class. Light will be an important theme in both exhibits.

TECH will be open for viewing from Wednesday, 4/16 - Saturday 4/19

SYNAPSE will be open for viewing on Friday, 4/18

A reception for both will be held on Friday, 4/18 at 6 pm with free food and refreshments

"An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success."

Henri Matisse  (via artnet)

under-radar-mag:

PSA: Record Store Day is April 19. Please plan accordingly.

under-radar-mag:

PSA: Record Store Day is April 19. Please plan accordingly.

It’s that time of year! Get one of kind art from Winthrop University students! Friday, April 11 at the The Courtroom at Gettys in Old Town Rock Hill, SC

It’s that time of year! Get one of kind art from Winthrop University students! Friday, April 11 at the The Courtroom at Gettys in Old Town Rock Hill, SC

Tonight! Thursday, March 277:30-9 p.m.
Free and Open to the Public!Frances May Barnes Recital Hall, Conservatory of MusicThe College of Visual and Performing Arts will hold a Performing Arts Showcase that will feature faculty and students in the areas of music, theatre and dance. Performances will include original compositions, opera selections, scenes from musical theatre productions, dance presentations and ensemble performances. — at Winthrop University.

Tonight! Thursday, March 27
7:30-9 p.m.

Free and Open to the Public!
Frances May Barnes Recital Hall, Conservatory of Music
The College of Visual and Performing Arts will hold a Performing Arts Showcase that will feature faculty and students in the areas of music, theatre and dance. Performances will include original compositions, opera selections, scenes from musical theatre productions, dance presentations and ensemble performances.
— at Winthrop University.

Tomorrow! March 24, 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Arts Crawl and Class Demonstrations
Conservatory, Rutledge, McLaurin, Johnson Hall 
Meet at Scholars Walk in front of the DiGiorgio Campus Center to pick up your culture event slip and map!

nevver:

Design Crush


One last chance to catch The Glass Menagerie today at 10 am in the Johnson Theatre. $3.00! Culture Event Credit!
One last chance to catch The Glass Menagerie today at 10 am in the Johnson Theatre. $3.00! Culture Event Credit!
"To be an artist or a writer is to be this weird thing — a hand worker in an era of mass production."

Susan Sontag on writing, productivity, elitism, and the purpose of literature (via explore-blog)

Agree.

(Source: , via explore-blog)

WUG Artist Talk TONIGHT: Charles Ladson | Monday, Feb. 17 | 8 pm | Rutledge 119 | Free | Open to the public.

Charles Ladson’s hauntingly beautiful canvasses skew everyday objects and emotionless figures into strange realties, tilting us into his surrealistic world of “bad ideas, movements, commitments and random occurrences.” Ladson’s environments created with architectural precision, gestural layering of paint and muted tones resonate with an eerie, stillness and dream-like effect. Ladson currently resides in his hometown of Macon, Georgia and received a B.F.A. from the School of the Visual Arts in New York and an M.F.A from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, Athens. 

WUG Artist Talk TONIGHT: Charles Ladson | Monday, Feb. 17 | 8 pm | Rutledge 119 | Free | Open to the public.

Charles Ladson’s hauntingly beautiful canvasses skew everyday objects and emotionless figures into strange realties, tilting us into his surrealistic world of “bad ideas, movements, commitments and random occurrences.” Ladson’s environments created with architectural precision, gestural layering of paint and muted tones resonate with an eerie, stillness and dream-like effect. Ladson currently resides in his hometown of Macon, Georgia and received a B.F.A. from the School of the Visual Arts in New York and an M.F.A from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, Athens.