The Philip M. Meyers, Jr. Memorial Gallery
The Meyers Gallery is housed in the Steger Student Life Center on the University of Cincinnati Clifton Campus.
Directions: From ML King enter Woodside Dr. (Langsam Library) for Woodside Garage (accepts cash or credit). Walk up UC Main Street to the Steger Student Life Center. Gallery is on the right across from Nippert Stadium.
Stewart Goldman: NUANCES
September 13 - October 25
Curated by: Aaron Cowan
DAAP Galleries at the University of Cincinnati are pleased to present NUANCES by artist Stewart Goldman. Minimalist visions of fragmented landscapes emerge from figurative realism in fissures of isolated colors.
Goldman has received numerous artist grants, exhibited in Cincinnati and Munich, had a 33-year tenure at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and currently holds a position as a Cincinnati Art Museum Board member. With over 60 years of experience, his work transitioned from figurative to abstract, reminiscent to the ideological shift of painters throughout art history. An aesthetic that withstands through time, his work refines landscape into distilled lines of color and form, an exploration that captures space and dimension within the creases of paint and canvas.
Artist Reception, Thursday, September 10 from 5pm-7pm
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August 6 - 28, 2015
drawn is dedicated to the students, faculty and staff of the University of Cincinnati to draw together, to draw upon their experiences and to draw insights from and with each other and our community in the wake of the shooting death of Samuel DuBose.
Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, designed by the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, and created by the University of Cincinnati community.
This exhibit is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily and by reservation. For information visit the drawn website.
Trials and Tribulations
June 1 - August 2, 2015
The DAAP Galleries at the University of Cincinnati are proud to present the work of native Kentucky artist, Andy Fausz. Fausz's work confronts viewers with arresting images of turmoil and affection in a raw, yet sensitive, manner, providing insight into the challenges we face as a community.
Fausz recieved his BFA from Northern Kentucky University and continued his education at the University of Cincinnati, which allowed him to further explore themes of social justice. His seamless integration of social activism into his work gave him the platform to explore social, political, and cultural issues. While establishing himself as a talented artist, Andy fell ill and passed in November of 2012 having both his life and voice cut short. We invite you to join us in this exhibition of works by an artist who continues to speak through the compelling work he has left behind.
Artist Reception: Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 5–7 p.m.
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