Fall Exhibitions Lectures and Events!

There are many exciting exhibitions, lectures, and events taking place this Fall at the Salisbury University Art Galleries. Here’s the line up for Fall 2012:

Neverwhere
An exhibition of ceramic works by Tammie Rubin.
August 27 – October 4
Atrium Gallery

Lecture by Tammie Rubin
September 6, 5:00pm Fulton Hall room 111

Artist Reception with Tammie Rubin
September 6, 6:00 – 8:00pm  Atrium Gallery

Audio Visual: The Intersection of Art & Music
An exhibition exploring the connections between visual art and music.
August 27 – September 27
University Gallery (Fulton Hall room 109)

Lecture by Theresa Sauer
September 20, 5:00pm Fulton Hall room 111

Performances by the PIMA Group & the Near East Family
September 22, 6:00pm Futon Hall room 109 (University Gallery)

Vertical Music
An ambitious video by composer and artist R. Luke Dubois.
August 27 – September 15
Electronic Gallery (TETC room 128)

Pete Froslie: Sonic Space
September 22 – October 13
Electronic Gallery (TETC room 128)

“Sonic Space” is an immersive, interactive, software-based sound environment designed specifically for the Electronic Gallery. Froslie’s work manifests through a somewhat alchemical process involving combinations of mythological narrative with technological systems. His research considers relationships and intersections between fictional, static surfaces and flowing, mutable infrastructures.

Daily Practice
October 4 – November 1
University Gallery (Fulton Hall room 109)

Lecture by Jeremiah Chiu of Plural
October 4, 5:00pm

Opening Reception
October 4, 6:00pm

Daily Practice will be a multi-media extravaganza of sights and sounds that represent all that goes into the contemporary and experimental practice of the young Chicago-based firm, Plural Design. Jeremiah Chiu and Renata Graw founded Plural in 2008. With a focus on pursuing meaningful projects, Plural explores new approaches within the design process, experimenting in a wide range of media including print, web, video, sound, interactive and installation. Despite their relatively short time as a firm, Plural has already garnered awards and attention from Print Magazine, HOW Magazine, Communication Arts, Creative Review, AIGA, and Typeforce.


Pamela Z: Baggage Allowance

October 15-31

Performance & Artist Talk
Thursday, October 18 • TETC 317
Performance at 4 p.m, followed by refreshments at 5 p m., ending with an Artist Talk at 5:30 p.m.

Interactive Music & Performance Workshop
Friday, October 19 • TETC 317, Noon

Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers and video.