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The Queens College Art Department is pleased to invite you to the final show of the semester in the Klapper Student Gallery – the Senior Projects Art Exhibition! This group exhibition features work from undergraduate students taking Senior Projects courses.
See the show Dec 17th-21, and join us for a reception on Dec 20th, 5-8pm. Congratulations to our students on all their hard work!
Join Queens-based artist, Caroline Wells Chandler, as he discusses his work in the exhibition From the Desert to the City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles. Stemming out of a 1970’s feminist craft history, Chandler’s brightly colored hand crocheted figures explore queerness and the art historical cannon. Chandler twists the language of folk by using the materials, processes, and the archetypes of conservative culture to create affirmational queer arenas.
Tuesday, December 4 2018 at 5 pm
Godwin-Ternbach Museum, 405 Klapper Hall
Join us for the thesis show of MFA candidate Tara Homasi, December 3rd-7th in the Klapper Student Gallery! Additional events will take place during the opening reception, Tuesday Dec 4th 6-10pm, and the closing reception on Friday Dec 7th, 4-9pm.
Join us for an exhibition talk on Thursday, November 29 2018 at 5 pm at the Godwin-Ternbach Museum, 405 Klapper Hall.
The original excavators and collectors of Late Antique objects followed practices that often inadvertently divorced the objects from their context. In light of this, the provenance of antiquities, such as those in the Rose Choron collection, are difficult to determine. Ava Katz, Queens College Art History student and former GTM intern, will discuss how this relates to the current exhibition and how provenance of some of the objects in the collection was found.
Are you a New York City-based artist with an exciting idea for a public project? Between December 10 and January 18, Creative Time is accepting proposals for a new public commission to be exhibited in the spring/summer of 2019. The open call is an opportunity for emerging artists to experiment in the public realm, and utilize Creative Time’s 40+ year history of realizing artists’ dream projects.
Ideas can be bold and ambitious, and there is no secret formula for size or scale – proposals can range from the unassuming to a dramatic gesture. Above all, it should be timely, and hold the potential to spark critical public exchange.
Click here for more information on the program, submission guidelines, and how to apply.
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