Opalka Hosts Perceptions: Art + Design Faculty Show
The Opalka Gallery is pleased to showcase the Sage College of Albany Art + Design faculty, many of whom exhibit nationally and internationally, and whose work has been collected by businesses, museums, and private collectors around the country.
Perceptions includes work by 18 full-time and adjunct professors: JoAnn Axford, Brian Cirmo, Beau Comeaux, Jean Dahlgren, Melody Davis, Sean Hovendick, Kelly Jones, Jennifer Kemp, Christopher Lisio, Harold Lohner, Timothy Martin, Melinda McDaniel, Matthew McElligott, Janice Medina, Linda Morrell, Leah Rico, Gary Shankman, and Ed Ticson.
The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public. A full-color catalogue is available at the gallery.
EXHIBITION DATES: January 21 – March 2, 2014
EXHIBITION HOURS: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 8 pm and Sundays, 12 pm - 5 pm
All other hours by appointment only
RECEPTION: Friday, February 7 from 5 pm - 9 pm Dr. Melody Davis will read from her new book of poetry, Holding The Curve, at 7 pm
PechaKuchaNIGHT: Friday, February 28, 7 pm
Join us for the Capital District’s first official PechaKucha Night, as our Art + Design faculty present 20 images x 20 seconds. Free and open to the public. For more, visit: www.pechakucha.org/cities/albany-schenectady-troy
LOCATION: Opalka Gallery, The Sage Colleges, 140 New Scotland Ave., Albany, NY 12208
The exhibition features varied media ranging from painting, drawing, photography, and ceramics to illustration, printmaking, mixed media, video, and digital art – all of which highlight the talent and creativity of the individual artist. But Art + Design faculty at Sage are not only artists; during the academic year, they teach classes, advise students, serve on committees, and otherwise make themselves invaluable to the campus community. It is the special gift of a faculty exhibition to highlight these artist/teachers – people dedicated not only to making art, but to teaching and inspiring young artists. This exhibition is a testament to their passion and dedication as artists, and their work encourages us to think deeply about our own perceptions of the nature of progress, the environment, violence, power, spirituality, gender, and more.
For more information visit sage.edu/opalka