The University of Arkansas at Very little Rock Art Gallery will host two exhibitions this summer showcasing artwork of a proficient graphic style professor as very well as an enthusiastic overview of the subject of printmaking.
The 1st exhibition will celebrate the perform of Kevin Cates, a professor of graphic design at the UA Minor Rock College of Artwork and Style and design. The exhibition, “KCDesignForThePublicGood,” will be on exhibit in the Ann Maners and Alex Pappas Gallery in the Windgate Middle of Art and Design from July 24 to Aug. 16.
Cates is a professor and freelance graphic designer and web developer who has previously labored as a printshop typesetter, assistant art director, and graphic artist. He gained a bachelor’s degree in graphic style and design and illustration from UA Small Rock and a Master of Fantastic Arts from the College of Memphis. He has been training graphic design at UA Tiny Rock because 2006.
Each 7 decades, tenured professors can use for a semester of leave to concentration on experienced and tutorial development. In this exhibition, Cates will exhibit a sequence of freelance tasks from extra than 25 shoppers, with a focus on professional bono do the job for neighborhood non-financial gain companies, finished for the duration of his slide 2022 semester off-campus responsibility assignment. He delivers his genuine-entire world practical experience into the classroom to inspire pupils to be effective artists.
The 2nd exhibition, “Surface Impressions,” will be on display screen in the Brad Cushman Gallery in the Windgate Heart from July 31 to Aug. 27. The exhibition will include an overview of what is achievable inside of the medium of printmaking.
The artwork in this exhibition is curated to give printmaking college students and all those intrigued in printmaking examples of conventional, different, and experimental tactics. By means of this exhibition, UA Small Rock hopes to interact site visitors and to motivate students to take a look at the boundaries of printmaking.
Artists who will be featured in “Surface Impressions” consist of Melissa Gill, Acadia Kandora, Jay Fox, David Warren, Dominique Simmons, Kristin DeGeorge, Perrion Hurd, Jonathan Wright, Earn Bruhl, Miranda “Randi” Young, Matthew Castellano, Warren Criswell, Ivan Thorpe, and AJ Smith.
Equally exhibitions are totally free and open to the public. The UA Small Rock Artwork Galleries in the Windgate Heart are open up from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday via Friday, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday, and 2-5 p.m. Sunday.
For a lot more information and facts, speak to Nathan Larson, interim art gallery director and curator, at 501-916-5104 or [email protected].