Exhibition explores convergence of sport and art
"Muscle, Movement, Measure," Michael B. Baum's exhibition of drawing, exploring the convergence of sport and art, is in its final week at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology's Apex Gallery, 501 E. St. Joseph St. and will close Friday. The exhibit uses 40 drawings from four different series, exploring the intersection of kinesiology, drawing and technology. Baum is an assistant professor of art at Black Hills State University and the curator for the Ruddell Gallery. Admission is free. For more information, call 605-394-1254 or visit sdsmt.edu/ApexGallery.
Please join us this Friday, Sept. 30 for the opening reception of Movement, Muscle, Measure.
An exhibition of drawings by Michael B. Baum
On view September 28 – October 28, 2016
Reception Friday, September 30, 5 – 7
Artist’s talk, at 6
Michael Baum left the plains of the Dakotas in his early twenties for the mountain ranges of California, Wyoming, Montana, Washington and Alaska. His interactions with nature and the wilderness became the impetus for his graduate studies in fine art, which he completed at Washington State University with an emphasis in drawing and printmaking. Michael is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Black Hills State University in South Dakota, as well as curator for the Ruddell Gallery.
Through rigorous physical practice he explores the intersection of kinesiology, drawing, and technology. He has an extensive list of exhibitions and was awarded a career development grant through the South Dakota Arts Council for a series of drawings entitled Heart to Heart.
” My work employs both drawing and kinesiology to examine the convergence of sport and art. I make work with the aid of drawing devices that have been designed to record various outdoor pursuits, ranging from long distance cycling trips, to backcountry ski tours. The resulting work exists as a series of drawings, an indexical record of my travels. The images stand as a document providing the means of engaging and communicating with both nature and the self through performance. “
Site:Brooklyn is proud to present its newest show, Drawing Lines Across Mediums, an exhibition of new drawing. Drawing Lines Across Mediums seeks to show the art form at its most dynamic and diverse. These pieces range from those which investigate the potential multi-dimensionality of drawing to conceptual geometric works to monochromatic figurative studies. Olga Valle Tetkowski, our guest curator, is responsible for the selection of the work. She has worked for many years at The Drawing Center, one of the premiere non-for-profit institutions in the world dedicated to the art of drawing. Her work there makes her especially well situated to understand both the classical place of drawing and its most exciting and important developments. We hope that this show gives the viewer the opportunity to encounter drawing in unexpected and challenging ways.
Wingtip Press presents the 6th Annual Leftovers silent auction to raise funds for the local nonprofit The Idaho Hunger Relief Task Force. The Auction opens Friday, April 22nd at 3:00pm and ends Saturday, April 23rd at 10:00pm. Learn More
Ming Studios is an international contemporary art center and residency program.
Ming Studios’ mission is to exhibit, explore, and experience contemporary arts and cultures. We showcase the work of artists from across the globe, and invite them to Boise to create new work. Ming Studios is committed to our community. We invite you to partake in a multitude of cultural experiences, interactive programs, and to be part of the creative process.
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Drawing Lines Across Mediums is an exhibition of drawings that reflect the ambitious, innovative and contemporary in drawing today.
About the Juror:
Olga Valle Tetkowski is currently head of exhibitions at The Drawing Center in NYC. She has held the position of Administrator of Curatorial projects and Curator at the Bard Graduate Center NYC, Assistant Curator at the Museum of Art and Design, Urban Glass and Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University.
Site:Brooklyn is a street level gallery located in the heart of the Gowanus arts district. The gallery is dedicated to exhibiting a wide range of emerging and midcareer artists. The gallery invites artists, curators and writers to engage in lively exhibitions, criticism and the exchange of ideas through art, reflecting our times and shaping our culture.
Art on the Plains is Plains Art Museum’s signature juried exhibition for contemporary art in the region, presenting a survey of media and styles and identifying emerging and mature talent. Now in its twelfth installment, the exhibition has become an important career builder for young artists and a point of pride among established artists. Juried by Aaron Spangler, a sculptor and printmaker who lives outside of Park Rapids, MN. He is represented by Zeiher Smith & Horton, in New York City, and Gallerie Michael Janssen in Berlin. His work can currently be seen in the collection of the MIA in Minneapolis, MN. This exhibition will serve as a cornerstone of the Museum’s 40th Anniversary celebration.
Supported in part by U.S. Bank Foundation
January 9, 2016 from 7-10 PM
January 9, 2016 to January 30, 2016 Saturdays from 12-4 PM
Some of the most dynamic contemporary artworks marry more than one technical approach. Creative Living Works is hosting a juried exhibition at Washington Street gallery that challenges the traditional boundaries of art making and involves multiple mediums. National, international and local artists will be displaying work that crosses creative fields in the subject matter, the medium or a combination of both.
The exhibition will be January 9 -30, 2016 at Washington Street gallery, opening reception January 9 from 7-10 PM. This opening will also be one of the first to be broadcast in virtual reality thanks to StreamVR. Watch the webinar recording to find out more about how VR will be used.
There will be workshops during the month, check out creativelivingworks.com for details. Closing reception will feature live music by The Steve Gutenband and The Breakfast Project on January 30 from 7-10 PM with suggested $10 cover. Best in Show and People Choice awards will be announced that night as well.
Elaine Alibrandi | Jamie Andrade | Jim Baab | Michael Baum | Divine Beauty Photography | Grace Durnford | Vita Eruhimovitz | Sandhya Garg | Chuck Guest | Joe Hedges | Jiyun Jung | George Lorio | Elham Masoudi | Joey Morgan | Frances Muldoon | Charmaine Ortiz | Elizabeth Schowachert | Catherine Siller | Patty Simon | Derick Smith | David Terrar | Stephanie Todhunter | Sarah Trahan | Ye-Ye Tsang | Elizabeth Welch
Creative Living Works is an online community where creative minds can expand their tool-sets to master the balance of art, business and life. We can all benefit from learning and sharing our experiences. Curating talented instructors to teach skills across a variety of channels, CLW courses are available to help improve upon your process and open up new doors. Regular webinars feature experts in the business of being creative to inspire you to tackle challenges.
Rosalux Gallery presents “Open Door 11″
Opening reception Saturday, December 12th, 7-10 PM
Open Door is Rosalux Gallery’s annual national open call exhibition. This year marks our eleventh installment which has been curated by Mia Lopez, 2014-2015 Curatorial Fellow at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
Participating artists in this years exhibition are:
Michael Baum, Kimberly Benson, Liza Dorsey, Erik Farseth, Christopher Harrison, Kelly Hider, Jim Hittinger, John Ilg, Susan Kassin, Nicholas Kovatch, Keren Kroul, Elizabeth Lueth, Heather Macali, Ellen Mueller, Andrew Nordin, Thatiana Oliveira, Morgan Pease, Bunny Portia, Robin Schwartzman, Kurt Schulz, Christopher Selleck, Alessandra Sulpy, Joshua Wenck, Russ White, Chris Willcox, Jane Wunrow, Dustin Yager, Michael Zuhorski.
Open Door Exhibit: December 5th – 27th, 2015
Gallery Hours: Noon-4pm Saturdays and Sundays
ABOUT ROSALUX GALLERY
Rosalux is a cooperative art gallery that was founded in Minneapolis in 2002. The gallery is home to twenty artists whose work is well known both nationally and internationally, featured in various major collections, and who have individually received numerous prestigious awards and grant recognitions. The gallery is located in the Van Buren Building in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. Open Door is an exciting opportunity for non-member artists to showcase their work in the gallery. Typically, this exhibition is reviewed and receives extensive press coverage.
JUROR: Mia Lopez
Mia Lopez is a curator and educator with over ten years of experience in museums and non-profit art spaces. As the 2013—2015 Curatorial Fellow for Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis she collaborated on exhibitions, programs, and catalogues including 9 Artists (October 2013), Art at the Center: 75 Years of Walker Collections (October 2014) and International Pop (April 2015). In 2013 she completed dual Masters at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Modern Art History, Theory, and Criticism and Arts Administration and Policy; her graduate thesis examined anthropology, museology, and performance in work by Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Coco Fusco. She also has a BA in Art History from Rice University.
Exhibition opens December 5th and closes December 27th. An opening reception will be held Saturday December 12th from 7pm – 10pm. All artists and their guests are welcome.
A collection of studio photos, works in process, exhibition images, and additional visual residue from a contemporary artist at work.