Visions and Vignettes

Visions & Vignettes

September 7 – October 13, 2012

Artist Talks & Reception:  Friday, September 21st

5 – 6pm Talks, 6 – 8pm Reception

Curated by:  Amie Potsic and Sean Stoops

 

Artists: 

LEWIS COLBURN

DON EDLER

LESLIE FRIEDMAN

DANIEL GERWIN

REBECCA GILBERT

KAY HEALY

HEECHAN KIM

JOHANNA INMAN

MAMI KATO

DANIEL KORNRUMPF

MAGGIE MILLS

JENNIFER WILLIAMS

KIMBERLY WITHAM

 

Visions & Vignettes is an exhibition by Career Development Program Fellows from the Center for Emerging Visual Artists featuring site specific installations, sculptures, prints, photographs, drawings, and paintings, which reference unique perspectives, created environments, and suggested narratives.  The artists will share their insights on the work in Artist Talks preceding the opening reception.

Introducing the ARTLAB!

CFEVA artist Heechan Kim will inaugurate our newest exhibition space, the Artworks ARTLAB, a special project room.

The ARTLAB will feature individual and group exhibitions, installations, events and artist residencies of an experimental nature, in all media.   Artists applying to use the space may be professional or self-taught.  Preference will be given to unique, experimental projects, but anyone may apply.

Application form may be downloaded here:  ArtworksExhibitionProposal-Art Lab or contact info@artworkstrenton.org to have one emailed to you.

 

 

The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA), located in Philadelphia, dedicates itself to making art careers viable for those who choose them, helping emerging artists reach their audiences, and promoting interest and understanding of emerging visual art among citizens of the community.

Artists are selected for CFEVA’s two-year Career Development Fellowship by CFEVA’s renowned Board of Artistic Advisors.  While active in the program, the artists have opportunities to experience a full exhibition schedule, receive career counseling and mentorship, earn money from the sale of their work, teach in the community, and participate in numerous professional development opportunities.  The Career Development Program serves artists living within a 100-mile radius of Philadelphia and the annual application deadline is November 1st.