Mark Hosford -(Un)Conscious Reasoning
Monday, September 6 – Friday, October 1
Visiting Artist Lecture & Closing Reception Friday, October 1, 5-7pm
with lecture at 5:30 in CFA room 107 near the Greiner Art Gallery
Mark Hosford is an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University. Hosford has a national, international, and regional exhibition record, including exhibitions in Poland, Germany, South Korea, China, New York, Boston, and California. Specializing in printmaking, drawing, and animation, his artworks draw from his early influences of fantastic, imaginative worlds and lucid dreams.
Associate Professor of Art, Vanderbilt University
MFA University of Tennessee, Knoxville
BFA University of Kansas, Lawrence
Kristina Arnold and Bobby Campbell - Interface
curated by Mike Deetsch '1998
Mike Deetsch majored in Art History at Hanover College and graduated in 1998. After completing a masters from Pratt, he worked as a Senior Museum Educator at Brooklyn Museum. Mike has moved back to Kentucky where he has been successful on bringing art and programming to both Lexington and Frankfort.
For Hanover College, Mike has curated two-person show that is intentionally interactive. Both Bobby Campbell and Kristina Arnold create installations that one can literally step into, on, and around. Kristina often creates work that is influenced by womanhood, motherhood, consumerism, and wastefulness. Bobby has a much more playful and carefree intended outcomes using masking tape.
Friday, October 8 - Friday, October 29
Gallery Talk and Closing Reception – Friday, October 29, 5-7pm
with talk starting at 5:30pm in the gallery
Kathleen Ann Myers and Steve Raymer
In the Shadow of Cortes: From Veracruz to Mexico
Tuesday, November 9 – Tuesday, December 7
Lecture & Reception Friday, November 12, 5-7pm
Kathleen Myers will be presenting a lecture at 5:30 in the Gallery
Through the generous support of The Lilly Endowment and created in conjunction with the Mathers Museum, this exhibit features the work of two Indiana University professors: historian Kathleen Ann Myers and photojournalist Steve Raymer.
In the Shadow of Cortes features photographs, selections of interviews, and reproductions of codices and murals that document the decisive role Hernan Cortes' conquest of Mexico continues to play in Mexican culture and society today.
Daniel Graham, Boris Zakic, and Darrell Kincer
The Invisibility of Pictures
Monday, January 10 – Friday, February 3, 2011
Gallery Talk & Reception Thursday, February 3, 6-8pm
This exhibition features the artwork of J. Daniel Graham and Darrell Kincer. Boris Zakic curated this striking exhibition. In his curatorial statement for the exhibition, Boris Zakic describes each piece in the show as a "self-aware image". He writes that The Invisibility of Pictures " . . . is an exhibition on seeing, looking and thinking. And to a degree, about wanting something in return, too."
(Boris Zakic's curatorial essay in pdf. form is available to download here)
J. Daniel Graham received an MFA in Printmaking at University of Georgia, Athens in 2006. He was recently featured at The 930 in Louisville, KY, at the New Albany Bicentennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in New Albany, IN and in 2007 participated in an International Karakuri Workshop in Nagoya, Japan, with Visiting Artist stops at Purdue University, University of Kentucky and Murray State. See: http://www.jdgraham.net/
Darrell Kincer, a native of Lexington Kentucky, received an MFA in Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design in 2002. Kincer has worked as freelance photographer since 1999 and has held teaching appointments at Georgetown College, University of Kentucky and a CCIS Winter term abroad in London and Dublin. http://www.darrellkincer.com/about.html
Boris Zakic received an MFA at University of New Orleans in 2000 and "Die neue Dimensionen der Wissenschaft" Award by Göethe Intitut, Belgrade, Serbia for the Translation Paintings in 2004. He has since been involved with The Oval Portrait, Cincy Fringe Fest, The Independents at Liverpool Biennial, s p a c e and a number of other art projects. He is a board member at The Lexington Art League in Lexington, KY. See: http://artnews.org/artist.php?i=5930
All three, Graham, Kincer and Zakic, are studio faculty in the Art Department at Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY
Senior Art History Major Co-curatorial Exhibition
co-curated by the senior Art History majors
Exhibition Dates: Friday, February 11 - Friday, March 11
Reception and Gallery talks: Friday, March 11th, 5-7pm
This current exhibition in the Greiner Art Gallery features selections from the Hanover College private art collection and has been co-curated by the senior Art History majors: Elizabeth Kershaw and Jessica Whitehead. Artworks on exhibit include eleven paintings by Harlan Hubbard and eight sculptures from five different cultures including a wood sculpture by Barbara Hepworth. This exhibition represents months of research and planning by the senior Art History majors and is both a pre-professional experience and a part of their graduating comprehensive exam.
Titled The Spirit Within, Elizabeth Kershaw describes how, "these sculptures bring up questions about spirituality, beauty, and society that make the viewer reflect on their own interpretation of what the human figure means in art."
In The Kentuckiana Sublime, Jessica Whitehead connects Harlan Hubbard's painting to his writing and the region. "Hallmarked by respect, Harlan captured the American idea of the sublime and made it his own; his art communicates the spirit and majesty of Kentuckiana."
Felicia Adams - Studio Art Major and Center for Business Preparation Scholar
Jahni Ittel - Studio Art major
Megan Marie Myers - Studio Art major, Center for Business Preparation Scholar, and Art History minor
Sarah Siepler - Studio Art Major and Center for Business Preparation Scholar
Senior Studio Art Major Independent Study Exhibitions
Senior Thesis Exhibition - one
Felicia Adams and Sarah Siepler
Exhibition Dates: Monday, March 21 - Friday, March 25
Reception and Gallery talks: Friday, March 25th, 5-7pm
Senior Thesis Exhibition - two
Jahni Ittel and Megan Myers
Exhibition Dates: Monday, April 4 - Saturday, April 9
Reception and Gallery talks: Friday, April 8th, 5-7pm
Regional High School Competition
A juried Group Exhibition
Award reception: Friday, May 13 at 5pm
Exhibition dates: Friday, May 6 - Monday, May 23
Pick-up dates: Tuesday, May 24 - Friday, May 27
Open to all high school students in the region. Media includes, but is not limited to: photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, woodcrafts, jewelry, prints and constructions. This year, of the 92 entries, artworks from the following students will be on exhibit.
After the reception on Friday, May 13th, the names of award recipients and images of their artworks will be posted.
Kendra L. Whitaker
Kolton Roach & Brittney Schifres
Lydia M. Nichols
Sara Kate Long