Visual Arts: Exhibition Archive
Fri, Sept. 15 – Sun, Nov. 5, 2006
This exhibition presents works of worldwide geometric artists who are included in relevant collections of cultural institutions and galleries. Utilizing diverse methods and techniques, these artists use a pure geometric language to develop their art. Featuring paintings and sculptures, this exhibition is an open exploration through creativity that examines ideological statements and technological achievements of the artists. Curated by Mariavelia Savino.
Opening Reception, Thurs, Sept. 14; 6:30-9:30 pm
Panel Discussion, Sat, Sept. 16; 3-5 pm
The Not So Starving Artist Workshop
Sat, Oct. 14; 1-4 pm
July 8 – August 20, 2006
Opening Reception, Friday, July 7
Broward County’s Public Art and Design Program celebrates 30 years of service.
April 22 – June 11, 2006
Opening Reception, Friday, April 21, 7 – 10 pm
The exhibition Signals/Señales explores the work of contemporary Mexican artists whose paintings, graphic design, photography and sculpture deal with current social issues that challenge Mexican culture.
Feb. 4 – April 9, 2006
Opening Reception, Friday, Feb. 3, 2006
Illegal Art is a multi-media exhibition celebrating what is rapidly becoming the “degenerate art” of a corporate age: art and ideas on the legal fringes of intellectual property.
Nov. 19, 2005 – Jan. 15, 2006
Holiday Reception, Thursday, Dec. 8, 6 – 9 pm
This exhibition was born of a marriage between post-Pop aesthetics and the cartoon and advertising styles of the 1940s and 1950s. ‘Toon-age artists embrace radical new processes and innovations, while working within what appears to be a traditional idiom. Though it may look beguilingly innocent, ‘Toon-age art is formally and psychologically loaded, both with compositional niceties and fictitious possibilities.