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The FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social & Politically Engaged Art focuses on work with strong and timely contemporary content. In addition to providing a venue for socially relevant expression, the FL3TCH3R Exhibit supports the annual Fletcher H. Dyer Memorial Scholarship for an ETSU Art & Design student. Exhibition Oct. 8-Dec. 14 at the ETSU Reece Museum. Thursday, Nov. 1, 5 p.m., Juror's Talk w/David Carson - FREE, Reception & awards to follow, 6-8 p.m. For more information, contact Kristi Smith at 423-439-8587.Find out more »
Featuring photos by ETSU Art & Design professor Tema Stauffer, Upstate examines the social, economic and cultural landscape of American spaces, focusing on urban and rural environments in the Hudson, N.Y., area. Alison Nordström, an independent scholar, specializing in photographs, will give the pre-reception talk on Nov. 29. Exhibition Oct. 22-Dec. 14, Reece Museum, Wed., Oct. 24, 5 p.m. – Xhenet Aliu reading, Thursday, Nov. 29, 5 p.m. – Alison Nordström Talk/Reception For more information, contact Kristi Smith at 423-439-8587.Find out more »
Sue Coe began her American career as an illustrator for The New York Times and has contributed drawings to The Nation, Entertainment Weekly, The Progressive, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and Artforum, as well as having written four books. Coe is known for her stark renderings of victims and their tormentors. The breadth of her work includes illustrations of violence by the Ku Klux Klan, famine in Africa, AIDS and terrorism in Northern Ireland, as well as politics and “factory…Find out more »