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2018 UTC Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition

2018 UTC Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition

Juror Melissa Vandenberg, Artist and Associate Professor of Art, Eastern Kentucky University, selected 46 works from 127 submissions created by UTC Art Majors within the curricula of the Department of Art's programs Pre-Art, Bachelor of Art / Studio, Bachelor of Art / Art History, Bachelor of Science / Art Education, and all Bachelor of Fine Art concentrations. Juror's Public Lecture will be Tuesday January 23, 5:30pm in the Benwood Auditorium, Room 230 UTC EMCS Bldg., directly across Vine Street from the Fine Arts Center, followed by an Awards Presentation & Public Reception in the lobby of the Fine Arts Center. This exhibition is supported in full by the contributions of the Friends of the Gallery! For more information visit www.cressgallery.org or contact the Director email ruth-grover@utc.edu or voice & text 423-304-9789 For a list of featured students click the website News tab.

January 09, 2018 - January 27, 2018
"fearless & resilient"

"fearless & resilient"

In partnership with Chattanooga’s AIM Center, Inc. the Cress presents “fearless & resilient” Ken Grimes, Laura Craig McNellis, and Dan Miller. And in Gallery II a curated selection of works created by the emerging Artists of Chattanooga's AIM Center, Inc., Arts Program. Special Lecture by Roger Ricco (2006 Diane Marek Visiting Artist) Thursday, November 16, 5:30pm – 6:30pm Derthick Hall, Room 201, 624 Vine Street. Gallerist, Artist, and Author, Roger Ricco will discuss his research and experiences with Grimes, McNellis, Miller, and other remarkable artists with disabilities. An opening reception follows at the Cress in the lobby of the Fine Arts Center, 752 Vine Street. Shuttle service available between UTC Fine Art Center and Derthick Hall; ADA accessible. Suggested parking for the Lecture and Opening Reception, Lot #10, 5th & Palmetto St. Parking is free daily after 5:00pm in any UTC Lot not marked “24 hour reserved”. The work in this exhibition appears courtesy of Ricco Maresca Gallery, NYC; the Trust of Laura Craig McNellis, Mooresville, NC.; and the Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland, CA.

November 16, 2017 - December 10, 2017
SONNENZIMMER "Cafe Avatar" Fall 2017 Diane Marek Visiting Artists....more

SONNENZIMMER "Cafe Avatar" Fall 2017 Diane Marek Visiting Artists....more

Chicago-based publishers, printers, artists, and musicians, Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi have worked across numerous media in their evolving decade-long collaboration known as SONNENZIMMER. Equal parts balancing act between art and design and a radical reclamation of all aspects of visual expression, their practice remains grounded in the lasting aspects of the visual potential of the graphic arts. While exploring the physical and conceptual friction between abstraction and communication, they examine how our humanity is being defined by the substrate of media. Artists Lecture Tues Sept. 26, 2017, Benwood Aud., 230 EMCS Bldg directly across from the UTC Fine Arts Center, followed by a public reception at the Cress.

September 26, 2017 - November 03, 2017
2017 UTC Department of Art Faculty Exhibition

2017 UTC Department of Art Faculty Exhibition

The Studio Faculty of the UTC Department of Art opens their Biennial Exhbition with a Public Reception on Wednesday, August 23, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm

August 23, 2017 - September 15, 2017
Selections VII: Art from the UTC Permanent Collection

Selections VII: Art from the UTC Permanent Collection

The Cress has opened its doors for this years summer exhibition "Selections VII: Art from the UTC Permanent Collection" now through July 28, 2017. This lovely, contemplative exhibition features astounding examples of painting, drawing, mixed media, and original prints created by revered artists with ties to the history of the University and Chattanooga along with a selection of original works on paper by international figures of 20th century art and graphic design. Please note our Summer Gallery Hours: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday; closed Saturday and Sunday and on holidays. For this summer exhibition, visitors will find metered or free street parking nearby the Fine Art Center, or park in the 5th Street Garage for $4.00 and stroll across campus to the Fine Arts Center. As always, this exhibition is open to the public; admission is free.

June 01, 2017 - July 28, 2017
Jared Thorne
Jared Thorne "Kind of Blue" 2018, color photograph, "The Clamor of Ordinary Things"