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Summer Exhibition Celebration
July 1 | 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts would like to thank our friends at Allen Wealth Management, for their support of the Summer Exhibition Celebration.
DATE/TIME: Friday, July 1 from 5-9pm
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact the Turchin Center for Visual Arts at email@example.com or 828-262-3017.
Event is FREE
ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT: Appalachian is committed to providing an inclusive experience for individuals with disabilities. If accommodations are needed in order to fully participate on the basis of a disability, contact the Office of Disability Resources (828.262.3056). It is recommended that accommodation requests be made two weeks prior to the event.
MULTITUDES: Bart Vargas
July 1-December 10, Hodges Gallery
MULTITUDES is a celebration of Bart Vargas’ use of materials, form, pattern, and color through sculpture and painting. This twenty-year retrospective of Vargas’ work consists of objects and images built from salvaged materials. Many of these award-winning works have been exhibited across the nation and world, and graced book covers and publications, but have not previously been exhibited in North Carolina.
The Art Department Faculty Biennial Exhibition is a collaborative exhibition organized by the Smith Gallery and the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. These non-juried exhibitions provide the campus and surrounding communities with an opportunity to engage with the ideas and practices being explored by the talented multidisciplinary visual arts educators at Appalachian State University.
Folded & Gathered: Nicole Pietrantoni
July 1-February 4, 2023, Mezzanine Gallery
Nicole Pietrantoni’s artwork explores the complex relationship between human beings and nature via installations, artists’ books and works on paper. Folded & Gathered is a series of sculptural accordion books made of bent steel. Each column depicts flora from contemplative walks during the pandemic. Together, they create a riot of color that pushes each fragmented image between abstraction and recognizable imagery.
Ukraine, A Response to the Madness: Lowell Hayes
July 1-December 10, Community Gallery
In this exhibition, Lowell Hayes shares his artistic response to the situation in Ukraine. His work typically evokes a strong connection with viewers and enhances and deepens awareness of the featured topic. Hayes is a local artist, with deep roots in Boone and the High Country, and is being showcased as part of the Boone Sesquicentennial 150 celebration.