Brendan Fernandes, Seeing I
Through April 12, Freedman Gallery (Foyer)
Kenyan-Indian-Canadian artist, Brendan Fernandes, investigates notions of authenticity and identity through the lenses of language and movement, highlighting the idea that for him “identity is in a constant state of flux.” Employing both traditional and contemporary techniques, Fernandes tells the story of two male elephants breaking up. Ambient sound, Rorschach patterns, phone texts, and drawings work together in this video to crate a bittersweet narrative of two animals falling out of love.
Kristen T. Woodward, Hunter-Gatherer
Tues., March 24–Sun., April 26, Freedman Gallery (MG)
Hunter-Gatherer, new work started during Woodward’s fall 2013 sabbatical, explores intuitive and symbolic predator-prey relationships. Throughout the exhibit found objects and decoys are used alongside more traditional encaustic paintings, as animals, fruits and figures intermingle with ancient weapons and technological wonders.
- Artist’s Lecture – Thur., March 26, 4-5 p.m., Klein Lecture HallEE
- Reception – Thur., March 26, 5-7 p.m.
Revolutions Per Minute
Tues., March 24–Sun., April 26, Freedman Gallery (PS)
In 1982 Jeff Gordon of Greene Street Recording Studio in SoHo, New York, collaborated with Ronald Feldman Fine Arts to commission the gallery’s artists to create sound recordings. The resulting records and their accompanying album cover art was shown in an exhibition at the gallery and was subsequently shown later that year at Documenta in Kassel, Germany, and the Tate Gallery in London. The prints from the album covers are in the Freedman Gallery’s Collection, which will be on display in addition to the original sound recordings. Visitors will be able to hear these recordings via listening stations in the gallery. This exhibition coincides with the anniversary of WXAC 91.3 FM, Albright College’s radio station, and offers viewers a more conceptual approach to music.
- Meet & Make, Tues., April 7, 5 p.m. TAD
Spring Meet & Make #3: Vinyl Records RepurposedTAD
Tues., April 7, 5 p.m., Freedman Gallery
25 Artful Music Videos, a Curated Playlist
Thur., April 16-Sun., June 28, Freedman Gallery (Foyer)
CFA Director David Tanner offers a selection of 25 of the most artful music videos along with commentary from faculty and students related to the history of the music video art form.
Annual Juried Student Exhibition
May 5–May 14, Freedman Gallery
This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright College students made over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in four categories during a special reception. Juror: Lydia Panas
Sat., May 23–June 28, Freedman Gallery (MG)
Primarily focused on portraiture, Lydia Panas’s photographs palpably convey the tensions and interactions among her subjects. The exhibition includes a relatively recent body of abstract portraiture, devoid of the human figure and yet a portrait nonetheless as both nonfigurative presence and corporeal absence permeate each image.
- Reception – Sat., May 23, 5-7 p.m.
- Meet & Make – Sun., June 21, 2 p.m.
The Body in Motion
Freedman Kids Camp 2015*
June 22-26, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., brown bag lunch, Freedman Gallery & Schumo Center, $150/$180 full-day by June 1/after, $75/$85 half-day morning (9-11:30 a.m.) or afternoon (12:30-3 p.m.) by June 1/after, family discount – take $30 off each full-day registration when you sign up siblings
From Leonardo da Vinci to Edward Muybridge, artists through time have been fascinated by the human figure in art. Learning traditional and non-traditional techniques, campers explore the diversity of human anatomy from compositional sketching to claymation and stop-motion animation. Design a fashion accessory, practice yoga and learn a dance move or two. Mornings focus on hands-on art projects with afternoons devoted to play time and physical activities that get you moving! Work side by side with local teaching artists and get your groove on with the Body in Motion!
Summer Meet & Make #4: Over Exposure, Exploring Forms of Photography
Sun., June 21, 2 p.m., Freedman Gallery
Exhibitions are funded in part by the Silverweed Foundation and the Pennsylvania Council on the arts.