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Robert Campbell & Preston Wadley

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Left: Robert Campbell, Interval Two, 2013, video still. Right: Preston Wadley, MOMA, NYC, 2013, archival pigment print. Images courtesy of the artists.

March 21 – April 25, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, March 21, 5 - 8pm
Main Gallery
1000 Lenora St., first floor

This two-person exhibition will offer an in-depth look at Art faculty members Robert Campbell and Preston Wadley’s work, following their sabbaticals over the last year.  Campbell will be showing several video installations in the gallery, sharing the space with photographic and sculptural work by Wadley.

Robert Campbell’s practice includes video art, digital media, installation, and documentary filmmaking. Since 1984, his single-channel video art work has been exhibited at festivals and exhibitions in the U.S., Europe and Japan. For the past 15 years, his installation and digital photo work has been featured regionally and nationally at the Frye Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, 911 Media Arts Center, COCA, SOIL Gallery,  Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Art, University of Arizona Museum of Art, among others.  His video/dance collaborations have been featured at On the Boards, Bumbershoot, Port Angeles Fine Art Center and Lincoln Center. He has produced documentaries in the U.S., Italy, Ukraine, Zambia and South Africa, with excerpts of his work in Africa selected for the Journey to Planet Earth series on the PBS network. Campbell was Artist-In-Residence at Pilchuck Glass School and Centrum in Washington State, and Burren College of Art, Ireland. He has taught at Cornish College of the Arts since 1991. In 2012-13, he founded the Institute of Emergent Technology + Intermedia (iET+I) at Cornish in 2012, which he currently co-directs with composer Jarrad Powell, Music faculty. Campbell received his BFA and MFA degrees from the School of Film and Video at California Institute of the Arts.

Preston Wadley was born in Los Angeles and received his MFA from the University of Washington. He has received grants from the Seattle Arts Commission, the King County Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.  He was nominated for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography, nominated for the Contemporary Northwest Art Award, Portland Art Museum, won an En Foco New Works Award, NYC, and included in Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50. Wadley has been included in exhibitions at the Seattle Art Museum Gallery, Jones Museum at the University of Oklahoma, the Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA, the Whatcom Museum of History and Art in Bellingham, WA, the Samuel Dorsky Museum, New Paltz NY, Photographic Center Northwest, G. Gibson Gallery and the Bainbridge Museum of Art, among others.  He has also had solo/two person shows at the Henry Art Gallery, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock NY, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR and the Schneider Gallery, Chicago IL. His work is in the permanent collections of the Samuel Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, University of Colorado, Boulder, and the Portland Art Museum. He is currently represented by the Schneider Gallery, Chicago IL and JDC Fine Art, San Diego CA.  He is currently a Professor of Art at Cornish College of the Arts, where he was awarded an Excellence in Teaching Award. He has been Artist in Residence at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock NY and the Henry Gallery at the University of Washington.

Jacob Kohn

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Photo by: Bret Corrington

Jacob Kohn, Lemon Zinger, 2013, oil on canvas, 28 x 42 inches

March 21 - May 3, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, March 21, 5 - 8pm
Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora, 3rd floor lobby

Design faculty member and artist, Jacob Kohn will be presenting a new series of paintings made during his recent sabbatical. These strikingly realistic paintings are meticulously composed, capturing the light, color, and reflection of lily pads floating on the water’s surface.

Kohn has exhibited regionally and nationally, producing commissions for private, public and corporate spaces, including the Seattle Aquarium and Seattle Children’s Hospital. Locally, he has exhibited at the Seattle Art Museum, Bellingham Art Museum, The Center On Contemporary Art, and the Bellevue Art Museum. Nationally, Kohn has exhibited at museums and galleries in Los Angeles, Chicago, Scottsdale Arizona, Milwaukee and New York.

This Alumni Gallery exhibition will open concurrently with the Bob Campbell and Preston Wadley exhibition in the Main Gallery. Both shows will open together on Friday, March 21, from 5 to 8 pm.

Cadavre Exquis Alumnus

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Artists L to R: Ritzenthaler, Park, Cerny, and Webb

Cadavre Exquis Alumnus is a dynamic and ongoing curatorial project for Cornish College of the Arts’ Notion’s Building lobby.  This street-viewable-only space will feature a rotating exhibition of alumni artwork.  Inspired by the Surrealist parlor game “Exquisite Corpse”, this exhibit will ask participating artists to invite the next artist.  This collective “body” will change every month, adding a newly selected piece into the queue, while one rotates out.  The exhibit features four artworks at a time, but the relationship between them remains in flux and unfolds over time.

So far, this exhibition has included Dawn Cerny, Dan Webb, Joe Park, Kitty Ritzenthaler, and Claire Johnston.

Notions Lobby (Street viewable only)
1001 Lenora St.
Seattle, WA

Cornish Staff Exhibition

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Eric Swangstu, "Jim Sajovic", 2012-2014, oil on canvas

January 21 - March 14, 2014
Closing Reception: March 7, 5-7:30
Alumni Gallery

Cornish is made up of a diverse range of ideas, passions, and expertise from its faculty, students, and staff. Regardless of role, everyone participates in an ongoing exchange of creative ideas and a pursuit of excellence. Although Cornish’s staff members often remain “behind-the-scenes”, they are a critical team who offer support, guidance, and expertise in a multitude of areas. In addition, Cornish staff members are an inspiring group, often committed to their own art practices outside of the College. The Cornish Staff Exhibition demonstrates a broad spectrum of ideas, methods, and interests. This show creates a new dialogue between colleagues and deepens Cornish’s understanding of who we are collectively. 

Featuring works by Mark Bocek, Cable Griffith & Ellen Ito, Marilyn Montufar, Hanna Myers, Craig Snyder, Liisa Spink, Jared Stoltzfus, Eric Swangstu, Samuel Wildman, and Chris Williams

Robert C. Jones: An Update

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Robert C. Jones, Picnic (detail), oil on canvas, 2011, 61 x 73 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Francine Seders Gallery

January 16 – March 8, 2014
Curated by Beth Sellars
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 16, 5 - 8pm
Cornish Main Gallery

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present an exhibition in the Main Gallery entitled Robert C. Jones: An Update, curated by Beth Sellars. This exhibited body of work serves as a survey for some, an update for others, and an introduction to many Cornish students of the long tenure of Robert Jones’ artwork. Experiencing this large collection of Jones’s drawings and paintings together is an education for all.

Robert C. Jones is a painter who, for over 50 years has conveyed his experiences and thoughts through the use of color, gestural marks/ lines and painted surfaces. His subjects become a personal discussion between the formal elements and what informs his life. The viewer is the beneficiary. In an age when many expect to be bombarded with an active delivery of information, Jones’ paintings demand an active eye and mind of the viewer. Although each painting’s “story” is contained within its edges, another narrative begins to unfold when we look from one frame to the next.

Jones was born in West Hartford, Connecticut in 1930. He attended Kenyon College and Rhode Island School of Design where he studied with John R. Frazier and Robert G. Hamilton, and worked briefly with Hans Hofmann in Provincetown. He has taught at Rhode Island School of Design, the University of Washington, and summers at Sheldon Jackson College and University of British Columbia. Solo exhibitions include the Tacoma Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum’s Documents Northwest, Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Museum of Northwest Art, and Hallie Ford Museum of Art. From 1969 until its closing in 2013, Jones was represented in Seattle by the Francine Seders Gallery. In 1990, he was honored with a Western States Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and in 2004, he received a Flintridge Foundation Award for Visual Artists.

 

Russia Rising: Votes for Freedom

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Poster design by Homework (Joanna Górska & Jerzy Skakun)

October 30 - December 14 (Closing date updated)
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 30, 5 - 8 p.m.

Cornish Main Gallery
1000 Lenora Street, 1st floor

For the first time since the fall of Communism over twenty years ago, Russian politics is a subject of lively debate and attention both in Russia and abroad. Russia Rising: Votes for Freedom, is an exhibition responding to the recent political turmoil through the language of the poster. Thirty international artists created original posters in support of the popular Russian movement for democracy that emerged at the third-term election of President Vladimir Putin.

Russia Rising: Votes for Freedom is organized by the School of Visual Arts, New York in conjunction with the Golden Bee Global Biennale, Moscow. Curated by Steven Heller and Misha Beletsky.

On Wednesday, November 6th, Mr. Beletsky will be speaking (5 - 6 pm) in the Notions Building Lecture Hall at 1001 Lenora Street, followed by a reception (6 - 7:30 pm) in the Main Gallery. 

Participating artists: The Bukheyevs (S. Bulkin and E. Mikheyeva), Savas Cekic, Cybersect, Maxim Derevyankin, Eugeny Dobrovinsky, Lex Drewinski, Stasys Eidrigevicius, the Faldin Family, Kevin Finn, Emily Firebaugh (DE ‘13), Robert Grossman, Hilppa Hyrkäs, Allison Hefely, Homework (Joanna Górska & Jerzy Skakun), Viktor Koen, Boris Kulikov, Yossi Lemel, Alain Le Quernec, Uwe Loesch, Alexandria Lopresti, Alexey Lysogorov, Antti Raudaskoski, Kari Piippo, Woody Pirtle, Joe Scorsone & Alice Drueding, Eugeniusz Skorwider, Lanny Sommese, Anatoliy Omelchenko, Derek Vander Griend (DE ‘13) and Dimon Zakharov.

Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Hours: Tuesday - Friday, noon - 5 pm; Saturday, noon - 4 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

Heather Hart: Oracular Rooftops

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Heather Hart, Hermes and the Rooftop, 2012, mixed media on paper

October 8 - December 20, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, October 11, 5-7pm

Cornish Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora Street, 3rd floor lobby

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present new works on paper by Heather Hart (AR ‘98) in the Alumni Gallery exhibition, Oracular Rooftops. Hart’s work employs a range of media to find meaning through a shared experience.  Her works on paper invite the viewer to complete them, offering a collaborative dialog with her audience. This exhibition overlaps with the end of Hart’s installation, The Western Oracle:  We Will Tear the Roof Off the Mother, currently on view at SAM’s Olympic Sculpture Park through October 13th. 

“A rooftop can refer to home, stability, shelter, but in this context, it is also an action of reclaiming power- of influence, direction and earth. “Tear the roof of the mother, sucka,” as George Clinton exclaims in his song, has become a widely sampled line in contemporary culture, as well as “Raise the roof,” or “The roof is on fire.” I explore these ideas on paper in my series, Oracular Rooftops, thinking about nostalgia, perception, fantasy, play, duality, action. The Roof is a site of cosmic afro-futurism and ancient native legends. The Oracular Rooftops drawings are a series to consider my Northern Oracle installation. I often work through my installation ideas on paper.” -Heather Hart

2013 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition

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September 4 - October 19, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 12, 5 - 8 pm

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present the 2013 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition. This annual show features the work of all eight nominees, from both the Painting and Open Medium categories.

Artists Julie Alpert, Jack Daws, Emily Gherard, Victoria Haven, Andrea Heimer, Matthew Offenbacher, Dan Webb, and Robert Yoder may have varying approaches to art-making, but they are unified through a shared commitment to their practice and ongoing inquiry.

Over the last 17 years, the Neddy Awards have celebrated and propelled the careers of artists who have demonstrated outstanding artistic achievement while maintaining a lively connection to their community. The 2013 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition is both a celebration and affirmation of the accomplishments of all eight artists and the distinct creative sensibilities of our region.

Neddy in Painting:
Emily Gherard
Andrea Heimer
Matthew Offenbacher (2013 Neddy Awardee)
Robert Yoder

Neddy in Open Medium:
Julie Alpert
Jack Daws
Victoria Haven (2013 Neddy Awardee)
Dan Webb

About the Neddy at Cornish:
The Neddy at Cornish is an annual artist award program supported by the Behnke Foundation and housed at Cornish College of the Arts in memory of Robert E. (“Ned”) Behnke and in celebration of his life as an artist. Each year, two $25,000 unrestricted awards are given-one in painting and one in any medium or combination of media grounded in the visual arts-to artists living and working in the greater Puget Sound region. Six finalists also receive $1,000 and are included in the group exhibition each year.

Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA

Hours: Monday - Friday, noon - 5 pm; Saturday, noon - 4 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

Looking at You, Looking Back

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Canh Nguyen, Liban, 2013, archival pigment print, 24 x 18 inches. Courtesy of the artist and G. Gibson Gallery

August 28 - October 4, 2013
Closing Reception: Friday, October 4, 5 - 7:30pm

Cornish Alumni Gallery
Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora St., 3rd floor lobby

Looking at You, Looking Back is a group exhibition of alumni portraiture, featuring work by Syd Brown (‘13), JoAnna Brownrigg (‘12), Dorielle Caimi (‘10), Aleah Chapin (‘09), Cathy Dickson (‘91-‘92), Canh Nguyen (‘12), Jazz-minh Moore (‘00), Hanna Myers (‘13), and Cait Willis (‘99).

The show’s title refers to the reciprocal gaze between viewer and subject, and a retrospection of how these Cornish graduates find commonality and distinction from this classic subject. Through painting, sculpture, and photography, the artists examine our relationship to the figure, tradition, and humanity.


Alumni Gallery hours: M-F, 9-5pm

Eirik Johnson & Stacey Rozich: Make Out Tree

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(L) Eirik Johnson, Carly and Destiny (detail), 2013, pigment print; (R) Stacey Rozich, Carly and Destiny (detail), 2013, watercolor

June 3 - August 16
Opening Reception:  Monday, June 3, 5 - 7 pm
Cornish Alumni Gallery


2012 Neddy Award recipients Eirik Johnson and Stacey Rozich present new work in a collaborative exhibition.

Inspired by the pronouncements of love sometimes found crudely cut into trees, Make Out Tree features the work ofNeddy artists Eirik Johnson and Stacey Rozich. Johnson’s photographs document these markings left behind by couples as a moment frozen in time. We can’t help but wonder what has become of the couples, immortalized in scarred bark. Rozich’s paintings use the photographs as a starting point, developing imagined narratives, in an attempt to solve these riddles.

Stacey Rozich creates a dialogue in her paintings to illustrate how cultural folktales affect and manifest themselves in contemporary society. Rozich studied Illustration at California College of the Arts as well as Design at Seattle Central Creative Academy and has shown in galleries in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Milwaukee and Berlin. She received the Neddy in Painting in 2012.

Seattle-based photographer and mixed media artist Eirik Johnson addresses the intersections of environmental, social and economic issues, which reflect connections between communities and the surrounding natural world. Johnson has exhibited his work at spaces including the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and the Aperture Foundation in New York. He has received numerous awards including the 2012 Neddy in Open Medium, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant in 2009, the Santa Fe Prize in 2005, and a William J. Fulbright Grant to Peru in 2000.
 
Cornish Alumni Gallery, Floor 3, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 5 pm, Friday, 9 am – 1 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

EXPO 13

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Design by Drew Hamlet (DE '10)

May 10 – May 25, 2013

EXPO 13 builds upon the annual BFA Exhibition, highlighting the depth and range of our students’ creative inquiry and expression at Cornish College of the Arts. The Art and Design shows serve as the keystone to an expanded schedule of events, including dialogue, performances, and artistic interventions. EXPO 13 celebrates the achievements of Cornish’s graduating seniors by acknowledging their contributions as professional artists and designers. Cornish is proud of their determination, hard word, and appetite for experimentation, as they turn their ambitions from school towards society. Congratulations to the class of 2013. View the online catalog.

Opening Reception: May 10, 5 - 9 pm

Student Spotlights: May 11, 1-5 pm

Design BFA Exhibition: May 10 - 24, Main Campus Center

Art BFA Exhibition: May 10 - 25, Visual Arts Complex

Gallery Hours: noon - 5 pm, Mon - Sat

Main Campus Center
1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA

Visual Arts Complex
2000 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA

Between a rock and a hard place: privacy, free expression and public discourse

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Wednesday, March 27
6 - 7:30 pm

Board Room
1000 Lenora Street. (7th Floor)

What happens when issues of expression and privacy collide?  What are the responsibilities of the artist, audience, and institution towards exhibiting artwork in public? Who gets to decide? Please join us for a community discussion as we wrangle with a variety of issues, surrounding these questions and more.  The conversation will be led by Davida Ingram and Mary Ann Peters, but sustained by an open-forum group discussion. Hope you can join us.


Davida Ingram is a writer and visual artist who focuses on community and the intersections of race, gender and queer theory.

Mary Ann Peters is a studio and public artist, activist, and former board president of NCFE (National Campaign for Freedom of Expression), the seminal group defending artist rights and the First Amendment.

Mary Iverson: Flip

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Mary Iverson, "Flip, panel 2", 2012, digital image, variable dimensions, Courtesy of the artist.

March 18 - May 25
Opening Reception: Friday, March 29, 5 – 7 pm

Cornish Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora Street (3rd floor lobby)

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present the work of Mary Iverson (DE ‘95) in Flip, exhibited in the Alumni Gallery. Flip was originally conceived as a public art piece, commissioned by Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation for their Seattle Art Interruptions project.  Iverson will be exhibiting an animation and prints from individual stills of the sequence, depicting the struggle between nature and industry.

Mary Iverson is a painter and public artist. Her work portrays the clash between globalization and the environment, offering visions of container ships as they collide with national parks in surreal, post apocalyptic scenarios. In 2011, her work was profiled in Juxtapoz Magazine and Hi Fructose Magazine. She is represented by galleries in Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Copenhagen, and Munster, Germany. She teaches painting and drawing at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, WA, where she is a tenured faculty member. Mary Iverson received her BFA in Design from Cornish (magna cum laude) in 1995 and her MFA in Painting from the University of Washington in 2002.

Alumni Gallery Hours: M - F, 9 - 5 pm

Art Department 2013 Merit Awards Exhibition

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March 18 - 22
Reception: March 22, 4 - 7 pm

Cornish Main Gallery
1000 Lenora St. (1st floor)
Gallery hours: 12 - 5 pm, M - F

Featuring work by Danie Allinice, Taylor Bednarz, Cameron Fletcher, Juan Franco, Stefan Gonzales, Alicia Hatfield, Ivana Kartzov, Amy Kim, Annieo Klaas, Sierra Kohler, David Nelson, Mariah Nystrom, Coulliette Powell, Destiny Reidel, Ashleigh Robb, Madisen Schorno, Reilly Sinanan, Marissa Sohn, Alaina Stocker, Justin Webb, and Megan Wyma.

Cornish Staff Exhibition

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Dawn Cerny, Typeface #3 for the disenfranchised (and those who are "on the rag"), 2012, gouache, graphite on graph paper.

January 14 - March 8
Cornish Alumni Gallery
Closing Reception: Friday, March 8, 5 - 7pm

Cornish is made up of a diverse range of ideas, passions, and expertise from its faculty, students, and staff. Regardless of role, everyone participates in an ongoing exchange of creative ideas and a pursuit of excellence. Although Cornish’s staff members often remain “behind-the-scenes”, they are a critical team who offer support, guidance, and expertise in a multitude of areas. In addition, Cornish staff members are an inspiring group, often committed to their own arts practices outside of the College. The Cornish Staff Exhibition demonstrates a broad spectrum of ideas, methods, and interests. This show creates a new dialogue between colleagues and deepens Cornish’s understanding of who we are collectively. 

The exhibition includes work by Corby Baker, Zac Boetes, Dawn Cerny, Ryan! Feddersen, Tory Franklin, Jon Graef, Ellen Ito, Bridget Nowlin, Rob Lutz, Allistair McMeekin, Gene Rocha, Eric Swangstu, Kathryn Thomas, Jenifer Ward, Chris Williams, Allyce Wood, and Jeff Wyborny.

Cornish Alumni Gallery, Floor 3, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm

Design Faculty Exhibition

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Jacob Kohn, Golden Pond II, 2011, oil on canvas, 12 x 42 inches

January 18 - March 2, 2013
Cornish Main Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday, January 18, 5 - 8 pm

This biennial exhibition features work from Cornish’s Design Faculty. Outside of the classroom, these educators are professional artists and designers in their own right, collectively displaying a diverse set of conceptual and technical applications.

Featuring a selection of drawing, painting, print, photo, video, and books by Stephanie Bower, Susan Boye, Jeff Brice, Rossi Skortcheva Donesky, Ellen Forney, Julie Gaskill, BeAnne Hull, Jacob Kohn, Mark Kornblum, Tiffany Laine De Mott, Julie Myers, Robynne Raye, Jenny Sapora, Dan Shafer, and Junichi Tsuneoka.

Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Monday - Friday, noon - 5 pm; Saturday, noon - 4 pm

Cornish Alumni Gallery: Ils Disent

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Curtis Erlinger, Inkling, 2008, ink on paper, cloth overlay, 15 x 21inches. Courtesy of the artist.

November 6 - December 15, 2012
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 7, 5 - 7:30 pm
Curated by Sharon Arnold (AR ‘06)

Ils Disent is a group exhibition of local artists inspired by Seattle Art Museum exhibition, Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris. I have specifically asked male artists for a thoughtful response to this historic show about women, because as a woman, artist, and curator I am interested in what these artists will bring forward in this conversation. I feel these particular artists share a common thread with the women in Elles, an underlying duality that contradicts the idea of gendered work (and is artistic processes gendered?):  the construction of sometimes angular, sometimes soft things; masculine or feminine process or presentation; quiet minimal narrative; or a hard, didactic punch. These men sculpt, hew, perform, build, draw, and write; making work about their heads and about their bodies; sometimes neurotic or sometimes dreamy, or simply about pure composition and form.

“In the same way that Elles is expressly (necessarily) gendered, and challenges our notions about work in the 20th century, Ils Disent strives not to undermine the historic relevance and importance of Elles, but to include these voices in our response to such an important milestone.”

-Sharon Arnold

Ils Disent features work by:
Ben Beres (AR ‘01)
Adam Boehmer
Chris Buening
Tim Cross
Brian Cypher
Curtis Erlinger
Ollie Glatzer
Sean Johnson
Matt Sellars (AR ‘93)
Mike Simi
Ian Toms (AR ‘09)

Cornish Alumni Gallery, Floor 3, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

Susan Robb: SKYPE SKUPLT STUDIO

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Susan Robb, Social Engagement, 2012, mixed media.

October 24 - December 15, 2012
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 24, 5 - 8 pm

SKYPE SKUPLT STUDIO is an investigation of language, communication, decentralization, and place. Over the course of the exhibition, Susan Robb will collaboratively create sculptures with local, national, and international artists, using SKYPE video calls. The participants will guide Robb in the construction of a sculpture using the materials she has chosen, and she will guide the participants in the creation of a sculpture using materials they have selected. These video calls will be broadcast live in the Cornish Gallery and the resulting works will be added to the exhibition as they are made. Susan will be collaboratively creating using materials that the community brings to the gallery.  This means you!  We invite and encourage everyone who visits to bring along objects, art and craft supplies, or anything else that might challenge or inspire Susan.

Over the duration of the show, the created artworks will be a product of both physical and virtual interactions, including the local community and artists from both within and beyond the region.  This is an evolving show that unfolds over time, with your participation. Please mark your calendars with the following list of the artists currently scheduled to collaborate with Susan, via “live” Skype calls in the gallery.

Wednesday, October 24, (OPENING)
6 pm- Chauney Peck (Los Angeles, CA)
6:45 pm- Whiting Tennis (Seattle, WA)
7:30 pm- Reed Anderson (New York, NY)

Saturday, November 3
1 pm- Claire Sherwood (Albany, NY)
2 pm- Max Kraushaar and Graham Downing (Seattle, WA)

Saturday, November 10
1 pm- Cara Tomlinson (Portland, OR)
2 pm- Nicholas Nyland (Seattle, WA)
3 pm- Susanna Bluhm (Seattle, WA)

Saturday, December 1
1 pm- Marc Dombrosky and Shannon Eakins (Dowagiac, MI)
2 pm- Tessa Hulls (Seattle, WA)
3 pm- Mandy Greer (Seattle, WA)

Saturday, December 15 (LAST DAY)
1 pm- Gary Schultz (Berlin)
2 pm- Lead Pencil Studio (Portland, OR)
3 pm- Reed Anderson (New York, NY) (rescheduled)
Please continue to check the website for more details, additions, or updates to the schedule.

Read Susan Robb’s statement on SYKPE SKUPLT STUDIO.

Robb’s work is an ongoing investigation of people, place, and our search for utopia.  Her past projects have taken form as temporary, site-responsive, and socially-engaged projects. These projects includeONN/OF “a light festival”, Sleeper Cell Training Camp, and Warmth Giant Black Toobs as well as public commissions such as The Long Walk, Parking Squid, and Water Lab. Her work has been funded by a Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant, two Artist Trust Fellowships, a Stranger Genius Award, a 4Culture Special Projects grant, a US Artist Projects campaign, and the City of Seattle.

Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Monday - Friday, noon - 5 pm; Saturday, noon - 4 pm

Old ghost ranges, sunken rivers, come again

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Peter Scherrer, Cabin Window, 2010, oil on canvas, 48.5 x 42 inches

September 5 - October 13 (newly extended closing date)
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 5, 5 - 8 PM
Curated by Cable Griffith

Old ghost ranges, sunken rivers, come again is a group exhibition featuring contemporary artists with a connection to the Northwest, whose artwork collectively reflects our complicated relationship to the forest. “The woods” is a term used to describe a forest interior, unbound to time or place. A common setting for countless folktales and myths, the forest holds a presence that feels familiar, even if foreign.  The woods also have long history as a resource for artists—providing subject matter, refuge, and materials for creative expression. But this landscape is more than something viewed from a distance. The forest is also an interior space, full of mystery, darkness, and potential. As a metaphor for the mind, it suggests that perhaps we are all explorers and gatherers, returning with the fruits (or fouls) from our travels. But as a commodified resource, our forests have helped build the foundation of industrial societies that have in turn, wiped out indigenous ones. This contradiction speaks to our complex relationship with the forest and echoes the diversity of themes addressed in the exhibition.

Old ghost ranges... features work by Vaughn Bell, Gretchen Bennett, Zack Bent, Matt Browning, Stephen Chalmers, Eirik Johnson, Matthew Offenbacher, Whiting Tennis, Kimberly Trowbridge, Allyce Wood (AR ’10), Peter Scherrer, and Claude Zervas.

View a descriptive list of the works in the exhibition.

Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Hours: Monday - Friday, 12 - 5 pm, Saturday, 12 - 4 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

The 2012 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition

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The 2012 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition
June 6 - July 18
Main Gallery
1000 Lenora Street, Floor 1

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present the 2012 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition. This show marks the inaugural year of the Neddy at Cornish program, celebrating the work of a selection of artists from the region who embody the spirit of the Neddy Award. Over the last 16 years, the Neddy Award has celebrated and propelled the careers of artists who have demonstrated outstanding artistic achievement while maintaining a lively connection to their community. This exhibition features the work of all eight nominees, from both the original painting category and the new “open medium” category, now annually including artists who work in any combination of visually-based media. 

From the traditional to the cutting-edge, Gala Bent, Cynthia Camlin, James Coupe, Eirik Johnson (Neddy Recipient in Open Medium), Lead Pencil Studio, Susie J. Lee, Jeremy Mangan, and Stacey Rozich (Neddy Recipient in Painting) employ a diverse range of techniques and themes. Climate change, surveillance monitoring, migrant work camps, personal mythologies, and the dynamic relationships between technology, architecture, and the body represent a few of the ideas explored in the exhibition. The 2012 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition is both a celebration and affirmation of the accomplishments of all eight artists and the distinct creative sensibilities from our region.

Additionally celebrating the arrival of the Neddy Award at Cornish, we are featuring a concurrent exhibition of paintings by the award’s namesake, Ned Behnke. Curated by Peggy Weiss, Reflections will bring together a selection of paintings from multiple bodies of work, over the course of Behnke’s life

Neddy in Painting
Gala Bent
Cynthia Camlin
Jeremy Mangan
Stacey Rozich (Neddy Awardee)

Neddy in Open Medium
James Coupe
Eirik Johnson (Neddy Awardee)
Lead Pencil Studio
Susie J. Lee

Opening Reception
June 6, 5 - 9 pm

Gallery Hours
Tuesday - Friday, 12-5 pm
Saturday, 2-4pm
First Thursday, 12-7pm

http://www.cornish.edu/neddy

Ned Behnke: Reflections

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Photo by: Photo: Bridget Nowlin

Ned Behnke, "Paphiopedilum Maudiae Orchid" (detail), 1984, oil on canvas, 49 x 49 inches, Courtesy of REB Enterprises.

Ned Behnke: Reflections
Curated by Peggy Weiss
June 6 – July 18
Cornish College of the Arts
Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 6, 5 – 9 pm
Alumni Gallery, Notions Building, Nellie’s Café, and the Cornish Collaboratory.

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to be the new home for the Neddy Award Program. Generously funded by the Behnke Foundation in memory of painter Robert E. “Ned” Behnke, the Neddy is awarded to two artists each year. In addition to featuring the Neddy award finalists and awardees in the Neddy at Cornish Exhibition, we are delighted to feature this concurrent exhibition of paintings by the award’s namesake, Ned Behnke: Reflections, curated by Peggy Weiss.  Reflections is a celebration of Behnke’s artwork, installed throughout various campus gallery spaces at Cornish College of the Arts.  Selections from distinct bodies Behnke’s work have been grouped thematically, including some rarely-exhibited work from when he was as young as 12, suggesting that his life’s work would unfold around the making of art.  A brochure with images and an interview with Peggy Weiss and Steve Jensen (artist, Cornish alum, and friend of Ned’s) will be available.

Art and Design BFA Show 2012

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Design by Nick Parker (DE '03)

Cornish College of the Arts is the premier, accredited arts college in the Northwest, inspiring the highest standards of artistic and academic excellence. Founded in 1914 by Nellie Cornish, Cornish is the only private, accredited college in the region offering baccalaureate degrees in visual and performing arts. Uniquely, Cornish provides a rigorous educational environment for the cultivation of technical mastery, artistic integrity and practical knowledge.

The Cornish BFA Exhibition is the crowning achievement for graduating seniors from Art and Design, announcing their introduction to the community as emerging artists and designers. This much-anticipated exhibit showcases the work of 67 individuals representing a survey of new ideas, themes, and techniques that amalgamate our contemporary visual landscape.

Opening Reception May 11, 5 – 9 pm
Gallery Hours Monday – Saturday, 12 – 5 pm

Art May 11 – 26
Virginia/Terry Building, 1000 Virginia Street

Design May 11 – 25
Main Campus Center, 1000 Lenora Street

DIY Arts Writing with Sharon Butler

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Sharon Butler (Courtesy of the artist)

Friday, April 20
Faculty/Staff Lounge
1000 Lenora Street, 7th floor
Noon - 1 pm

With guests: D.W Burnam, Amanda Manitach, Matthew Offenbacher, and Emily Pothast

Join us for a special “Sustenance” discussion with visiting artist/writer, Sharon Butler.  Butler will join a group of local artist/writers to discuss the important role of artists in contributing to and expanding critical dialogue in our communities.  Butler is an award winning artist and writer who splits her time between NY, D.C. and CT. Her writing can be found on Two Coats of Paint, the Brooklyn Rail, and An Inverted Curve.  Butler has exhibited nationally and internationally and is shown in Seattle at Season.

sustenance
noun \ses-te-nen(t)s\
1 a: means of support, maintenance, or subsistence: living b: food, provisions; also: nourishment
2: a monthly lunchtime discussion at Cornish about arts issues, open to the community.

Seattle Experimental Animation Team (S.E.A.T.)

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Tess Martin directing the Whale Story shoot on Capitol Hill, Seattle (Courtesy of S.E.A.T.)

Friday, April 20
Nellie’s Cafe
1000 Lenora Street (corner of Lenora and Terry), 2nd floor
7 - 9 pm
Featuring: Drew Christie, Webster Crowell, Stefan Gruber, Salise Hughes, Britta Johnson, Tess Martin, and Clyde Petersen.
Please join us for an evening of projected animations, discussion, and coffee in Nellie’s Cafe. Artists from the Seattle Experimental Animation Team (S.E.A.T.) will discuss their individual and collaborative work while screening animated projections on multiple screens.

Paul D. McKee (AR ‘00)

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Paul D. McKee,Trophies of the American Home, 2008, mixed medium installation (Courtesy of the artist)

April 9 - May 19
Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora Street (3rd floor lobby)
McKee’s installations confront stereotypes associated with gender and sexual identity through the manipulation and exaggeration of decorative domestic objects.  McKee is also an Adjunct Professor in Sculpture at Cornish. More of his work can be found on his website.

Rapid Fire Art History: What We Know vs. What We Make

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Wednesday, March 7
Board Room
1000 Lenora Street, 7th floor
12:15-1:15 PM

With guests:
Sharon Arnold (moderator)
Jim Demetre
Amanda Manitach
Stephen Sewell
Rodrigo Valenzuela

In this fast-paced presentation, four guests will wrap up several thousand years of history in 3-5 minute segments. Ranging from the Ancient Greeks to today, this rapid-fire survey will demonstrate a potentially unfair and heavily interpreted version of art history from a personal perspective; possibly with an element of fiction. Join us in discovering a more unconventional take on art history, and participate in a discussion about how art history affects art practice- is it relevant, is it nonsense, what does too much knowledge of art history lead to, should/can we avoid it, and more! This event is free and open to the public.

sustenance
noun \ses-te-nen(t)s\
1 a: means of support, maintenance, or subsistence: living b: food, provisions; also: nourishment
2: a monthly lunchtime discussion at Cornish about arts issues, open to the community.

Jon Gierlich: Currents

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Jon Gierlich, Slipping From Grace, circa 1994, mixed media on paper.

February 21 - March 21, 2012

Currents is a retrospective of work by the late Cornish Design Professor, Jon Gierlich. This exhibition is aimed at remembering him through his art, as a thoughtful artist, mentor, friend, and beloved member of the Cornish community for 22 years. This diverse collection of drawings, paintings, photos, and sculptures demonstrate Gierlich’s impressive range and daring spirit. 

Over forty years of his work are represented, showing an inquisitive and deeply committed artist who was always pushing, always growing.  Difficult to pin down, Gierlich was a master draftsman, eloquent poet, and public artist who never sought the limelight.  Seeing much of his work together, we can sense the powerful current that ran through everything he touched.  Moving past seemingly distant shores, the flow of his work is grounded by a deep connection to forms and phenomena from the natural world. 

Always the observer, Gierlich developed a distinct visual language while amassing a fascinating collection of objects.  Selected pieces have been presented in the gallery in an effort to shed light his sources and celebrate the blurry line between his artwork and his life.  Like a river, Gierlich was always moving with a determined strength, both gentle and forceful, traveling long distances with surprising grace, and ultimately returning to the source.


Additionally, Cornish is proud to honor Jon’s dedication to Cornish students by establishing the Jon Gierlich Endowed Scholarship Fund, through gifts from friends, family and alumni. The Jon Gierlich Endowed Scholarship Fund will be the Design Department’s first endowed scholarship to honor a faculty member.

Caroline Kapp

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Caroline Kapp, Moving Still #1: Melendez (video still), 2012 Single-Channel High Definition video LED Monitor, Solid-state media player, Frame Running time: 03:05 (looped)

Cornish College of the Arts is proud to present both video and photo work by Caroline Kapp (AR ‘00) in the Alumni Gallery.  Her video installation masquerades as a series of four framed, formal, and Flemish-style still-life paintings.  Upon a second look, the carefully composed objects remain anything but “still” as Kapp plays with time, presence, and history.  Her beautifully composed black and white photographs depict familiar domestic objects in unusual locations. Both series’ are surreal, beautiful, and unsettling, challenging the viewer to see once common things, anew.

A closing reception for this exhibition will coincide with the Main Gallery reception for Jon Gierlich: Currents on February 21. You can see more of her work @ http://www.carolinekapp.com.

February 2 - 29, 2012
Closing Reception: Tuesday, February 21, 5 – 8 PM
Cornish Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora St. (3rd floor lobby)
M - F, 9am - 5pm

2012 Art Faculty Show

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Design by Nick Parker (DE '03)

Cornish’s pursuit of excellence begins with its faculty.  Together, they reflect the College’s passion for inquiry, discovery and growth.  Leading by example, Cornish’s Art Faculty demonstrate a breadth of possibilities in traditional and contemporary art practices. The biennial Art Faculty Show is an opportunity to see these methods and ideas manifest through their own personal work and offers a chance for the College’s educators to communicate purely as artists.  Combining video, installation, painting, drawing, print, photo, sculpture, and mixed media, the 2012 Art Faculty Show is both a sample of institutional expertise and survey of themes and techniques employed in the Pacific Northwest. 

Despite differing approaches to art making, Cornish Art Faculty are united by a desire to share their discoveries and encourage artistic innovation.  Considering this, the Art Faculty show is an extension of this intent, allowing their artwork to speak, engage, and inspire.

Featuring work by Judy Allen, Tina Aufiero, Gretchen Bennett, Bonnie Biggs, Robert Campbell, Dawn Cerny, Paul D. McKee, Linda Davidson, Heather Dew Oaksen, Julie Gaskill, Claudia Hollander-Lucas, Patrick LoCicero, Ruth Marie Tomlinson, Barbara Noah, John Overton, Kathleen Rabel, Ephraim Russell, Kelly Sheridan, Francesca Sundsten, SuttonBeresCuller, Kristin Tollefson, and Preston Wadley.

**Date changed due to snow closure**

January 23 – February 15, 2012
Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 25, 5 – 8 pm

Cornish Main Gallery
1000 Lenora St. (first floor)
Seattle, WA 98121

Gallery Hours
Monday – Friday, 12-5 pm

Allyce Wood: Encroaching Botany

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Allyce Wood, Creeping Blue, 2011, colored pencil on paper, cut paper.

Allyce Wood, a native to the Pacific Northwest, graduated from Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts, Magna Cum Laude in 2010, with a BFA in printmaking and sculpture. Wood shows frequently in Seattle as well as the UK, where she studied in 2009. She is currently a member of the PrintZero Studio in Georgetown. Her installations, sculptures, and printmaking are indicative of her compulsion towards detail, repetition, and her appreciation of traditional craftsmanship. You can view more of her work online at: allyceallyce.blogspot.com

“This body of work is concerned with the physical ramifications of invasive species in the Pacific Northwest. Competition over others, over land, over architecture are all points that humanity has taken on as an intrinsic trait. By studying ‘basic’ species who bypass this characteristic and have made such a trait their main evolutionary point, I reflect upon my own needs to ‘fight for my place’.”  -Allyce Wood

January 5 – February 1, 2012
Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 25, 5 – 8 PM
(Date changed because of snow closure)

Cornish Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora St. (3rd floor lobby)
M - F, 9am - 5pm

 

Dennis Raines

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Image: It's not like I thought it would be here, 2011, photograph, 12x16 inches.

Dennis Raines (AR ‘01) is a printmedia artist living and working Seattle, WA. He attended Cornish College of the Arts for his BFA, and UC Davis for his MFA, both with an emphasis in “interdisciplinary fine arts”. Raines has taught Digital Imaging, Printmaking, Photography, Sculpture, and Drawing at UC Davis, Sacramento State, and Cornish. You can view more of his work @ dennisraines.com

November 2, 2011 - January 4, 2012
Cornish Alumni Gallery
1000 Lenora St. (3rd floor lobby)
M - F, 9am - 5pm

SuttonBeresCuller: Work in Progress

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Design by Nick Parker (DE '03)

Work in Progress is an interactive, experimental, and evolving exhibition in the Cornish Main Gallery by alumni artist trio, SuttonBeresCuller. This site-specific project will be created in cooperation with the Cornish community over the course of six weeks, exploring the artists’ history with the college that fostered their collaborative career.   

Having recently returned as art faculty, John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler will convert the gallery into an open, shared studio/gallery space that changes daily over the course of the exhibition. Taking on the dual roles of student and teacher, they will tap into the school’s resources and creative philosophy to engage the greater Cornish community as a collective participant throughout its duration. At the show’s end on December 7, the final installation will be the beginning of a new, traveling body of work, with each project building upon the last. 

View a video of the project by Rodrigo Valenzuela HERE.

October 26 - December 7, 2011
Soft Opening Reception: October 26, 5 - 8 pm
Closing Reception: December 7, 5 - 8 pm


Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Hours: Monday - Friday, 12 - 5 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

Paul Rucker Gallery Performance

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Paul Rucker Photo: Wendy Johnson

In support of the current Cornish Gallery exhibition Game Theory, cellist, composer, visual artist, and activist Paul Rucker brings his quartet to the gallery for an interactive performance, Scratch Sound.  Audience members will get a opportunity to collaboratively direct the improvisations using Rucker’s custom-made scratch tickets.  Each ticket reveals an emotion used to inform the improvisors, offering separate and simultaneous conduits to either blend, build, or interfere their interpretations. In this game, there are no winners or losers, but a mutual exchange of cause and effect. Scratch tickets will be available for free in the gallery.   

Featuring:
Jeff McGrath - Trumpet
Tom Varner - French Horn (Cornish Faculty)
Bill Horist - Guitar
Paul Rucker - Cello

Friday, October 14
Cornish Main Gallery
7 pm - FREE!


Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1, 1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
Hours: Monday - Friday, 12 - 5 pm
http://www.cornish.edu/exhibitions

Wayne Horvitz Gallery Performance

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Wayne Horvitz

In support of the current Cornish gallery exhibition Game Theory, pianist, composer, and Cornish faculty, Wayne Horvitz leads a large jazz ensemble through two compositions, based on game structures and conductions.  This free performance will take place in the Cornish Main Gallery. 

Featuring:
Thomas Campbell- Drums
Storm D’Angelo-Sax
Will Hayes-Guitar
Jacob Herring-Trombone
Mac Jaffe -Bass
Chris McCarthy- Piano
Steven O’Brien-Trumpet
Naomi-Siegel-Trombone
Nolan Tsang- Trumpet
Cameron Vohr-Sax
Tommy Whiteside-Vibes

Saturday, October 8
Cornish Main Gallery
8pm

More on Mr. Horvitz here.

Free and open to the public

The Show is Over…

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Image: Ric Warren, City Wall; Constant Shifts (Batons 1-12), 2011, Dimensions Variable

THE SHOW IS OVER THE AUDIENCE
GET UP TO LEAVE THEIR SEATS
TIME TO COLLECT THEIR COATS AND
GO HOME THEY TURN AROUND NO
MORE COATS AND
NO MORE HOME

Curated by Ian Toms (Art’09)

September 1 – October 31, 2011
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 7, 5 – 8 PM

THE SHOW IS OVER… is an exhibition of works examining the “anti-portrait”- images or objects stained with the residue of human interaction, yet in their present state void of any life that may have once been- maps and scars of a personal geography. The title of the show is lifted directly from the Christopher Wool painting of the same name; the painting itself lifted from Greil Marcus’ social commentary, Lipstick Traces, and is a definition of nihilism, as quoted by situationist Raoul Vaneigem.

THE SHOW IS OVER… features recent work by DW Burnam (Seattle), Mina Estevez (New York), Ike Hobbs (New York), and Ric Warren (Glasgow, UK) with writings by Adriana Grant (Seattle) and Robert Yoder (Seattle).

Cornish Alumni Gallery
Cornish College of the Arts
3rd Floor Lobby

Sustenance: Mastery

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Collage courtesy of Matthew Offenbacher

Tuesday, August 23
12 - 1 PM
Board Room
1000 Lenora Street, 7th floor

With guests:
Dawn Cerny (Art ’01)
Matthew Offenbacher (moderator)
Jeffry Mitchell
Kimberly Trowbridge

What is mastery? Is it control over a particular field of knowledge? A voluntary offering of your self to a thing you love more than you love yourself? Have you ever tried to master something? What happened? Have you given yourself to a master? Is mastering yourself different than mastering something else? What’s the opposite of mastery? Do you want disciples? Do you ever want to lose control? Can you teach that?

Please join us for a casual lunchtime conversation with special guests, Dawn Cerny (Art ‘01), Matthew Offenbacher, Jeffry Mitchell, and Kimberly Trowbridge, as we discuss what it takes to be “masterful” in the Arts and beyond.

sustenance
noun \səs-tə-nən(t)s\
1 a: means of support, maintenance, or subsistence : living b : food,
provisions; also : nourishment
2: a monthly lunchtime discussion about arts issues, open to the entire Cornish community, from 12 - 1pm.

Game Theory

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Design by Nick Parker (DE '03)

Game Theory is a group exhibition that examines chance, participation, and play in art practices. Curated for the Cornish College of the Arts Main Gallery by Cable Griffith, this exhibit brings together visual and performing artists lured by the unexpected consequences of surrendering control, conducting synthesis, and strategic intervention. Inspired by the inquiries into chance operations by Cornish legends Merce Cunningham and John Cage, the exhibition will be accompanied by a series of music, dance, and theater performances by Cornish students and faculty.

The artists in Game Theory share a similar affinity for indeterminacy, while still pulling the strings. The exhibition features visual works by John Cage, Joseph Gray, Jason Hirata, Tim Knowles, Chauney Peck, Steve Roden, Paul Rucker, Cara Tomlinson, and Brent Watanabe, with music performances by Wayne Horvitz, Jarrad Powell, Paul Rucker, and Steve Roden.

September 8 - October 19, 2011
Cornish Main Gallery, Floor 1
Main Campus Center

Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm
Game Theory essay, “The Intention of Chance” by Cable Griffith is available.

Game Theory Talks/Performances (Main Gallery)
Lecture: Steve Roden – September 8, 12 - 1 pm
Performance: Steve Roden – September 8,  7 – 8 pm
Performance: Wayne Horvitz – October 8, 8 – 9 pm
Performance: Paul Rucker – October 14, 7 – 8 pm

Additional performances and schedules TBA. Please check website for updates and details.

Cornish Main Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 12 – 5 pm

Game Theory is grateful for support from 911 Media Arts Center.
http://www.911media.org


 
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