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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Katelyn Chapman (BFA) and Carly Drew (MFA) Clemson University Art Department Alumnae in SCOPE Exhibition at the Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC

Katelyn Chapman, Fall of the Cotton Shed.
The purpose of SCOPE: the southern landscape is to exhibit the widest range of “landscape” works possible in VAE’s Main Gallery. The South is a hub of creativity and Raleigh has adopted a vision to become the Southern Capital for Arts and Culture. To do our part, VAE will exhibit works from artists across the regional south, or works created in or inspired by the southern landscape.

The juror for the exhibit is Daniel Fuller, curator of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center since 2014. Fuller served for four years as director of the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art.  Before starting at the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art in 2010, Fulller worked as senior program specialist with the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative, a program of the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Prior to that, he was the assistant curator and curator of new media at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, N.Y.

The exhibit runs from June 3 to June 24, 2016, with an opening reception on June 3, from 6-10pm. VAE is a non-profit creativity incubator, gallery and artist hub. Each year VAE exhibits the work of more than 1,300 artists in 60+ exhibitions and hosts more learning experiences and social events to connect the creative com. VAE is also the force behind SPARKcon and the Ignite Creativity Summit.
Carly Drew, Redneck Madonna, paper mounted on panel, watercolor, graphite, acrylic. 18 x 18 in., 2015.
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Visual Art Exchange
Wednesday–Friday 11a-6p, Saturday 11a–4p 

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