A collaboration between Charlottesville artist Matthew P. Shelton and Trinidadian artist Nikolai M. Noel examines how race, privilege, and oppression relate to economics and opportunity—past and present.
Matt P. Shelton and Nikolai M. Noel
12.2.2016 TO 1.20.2017
Friday, November 4
with Harvest Moon Catering
and Bold Rock Hard Cider
UVA Cinematographers and Light House Studio Filmmakers with William Wylie and George Andrews - Featuring Kevin Jerome Everson
10.28.2016 TO 11.17.2016
9.2.2016 TO 10.20.2016
Last Chance to Vote
Ting Pop-Up Exhibition
8.18.2016 TO 8.20.2016
Listening Spirit: 5 Years of Burnside Farm is a collaborative installation by features visual art, food activism and programs
Kate Daughdrill and Patrick Costello
7.1.2016 TO 7.30.2016
Torkwase Dyson and John Trevino bring attention to the particularities of ocean environments and human interactions with it historically and today.
Torkwase Dyson and John Trevino
5.27.2016 TO 6.23.2016
ICU Art is a Los Angeles based arts organization that has been producing graffiti art murals and exhibitions since it’s founding by Stash Maleski in 1993. ICU Art services markets across the country with a national network of walls and highly skilled artists. The following artists are featured:
Asylm, Defer, Swank, Tazroc - from In Creative Unity
4.1.2016 TO 5.14.2016
Vestiges and Relics
Periodicities in Chaotic Forcing
Pretty on the Inside
3.4.2016 TO 3.25.2016
Amie Oliver’s paintings and drawings catalog the passage of time and the subtle, but profound impact of entropy and the elements on the material world. She considers her art to be like a long and winding river with enough momentum to carry everything in its path to the sea. The series of works featured in “Maps, Planes and Water Marks” move along the spectrum from transparent to opaque. They are unpredictable, lyrical, transportative and stubborn. They all explore drawing and painting with ink on water resistant paper.
2.5.2016 TO 2.26.2016
Liz Rodda uses collage as a strategy to tease out relationships between materials and ideas that are seemingly at odds with one another. Her work draws from a wide range of influence including psychology, philosophy, and pop culture. Rodda’s interdisciplinary practice includes video, sound, and sculpture.
2.5.2016 TO 2.26.2016