This Week: September 17-23, 2018

TONIGHT, Monday, The Refik Anadol Artist Talk hosted by ASC was POSTPONED due to Hurricane Florence. Stay tuned for information about the rescheduled event!

Tuesday, September 18

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art
6-8pm
Millennial Art Program (MAP) Talk
Jess Moss and Zun Lee will be in conversation about The Roll Up, Moss’s residency project. Lee, noted photographer, is the first participant.

Wednesday, September 19

SOCO Gallery
6-8pm
Damian Stamer: Interiors
Opening Reception for Hillsborough-based Stamer, incredible artist and just kinda the nicest guy around.

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Damian Stamer

LaCa Projects
6-8pm
Juan Dolhare: Sepculativ

This is the rescheduled opening reception for Speculativ, the third solo exhibition of Dolhare’s with LaCa Projects. You can also meet Dolhare the following evening during the Open House for the current McColl Center artists-in-residence.

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Juan Dolhare

Thursday, September 20

McColl Center for Art + Innovation
6-9pm
Open House
Meet the new crop of residents at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation,  Juan DolhareAlice GostiLiz MillerTom Stanley, and Antoine Williams.

This event is also an opportunity to see the first fall exhibition, New Works / Alumni One, curated by Tom Stanley, featuring the work of Erika DiamondJonathan Prichard, and Michaela Pilar Brown.
Mint Museum UPTOWN
6-8pm
Mainframe
3rd Annual Juried Exhibition presented by Young Affiliates of the Mint Museum

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Friday, September 21

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy
6-8pm
MAKE/SHIFT: Rachel Meginnes and Thomas Schmidt
Opening Reception for exhibition pairing Penland-based artist Meginnes and Charlotte-based sculptor Thomas Schmidt. Artist Talk moderated by Marilyn Zapf, Assistant Director and Curator, The Center for Craft will be held on Tuesday, November 13 from 6 to 8pm.

Rachel Meginnes

Winthrop University Galleries
Rock Hill, SC
6:30-8:30pm
Seeds to Sow: Remembering Paul Martyka 
This exhibition celebrates long-time artist and influential Winthrop University Associate Professor Emeritus, Paul Martyka (1950-2016). The work displayed in the Rutledge and Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Galleries showcases the broad spectrum of his work in printmaking, painting, and mixed media from his years as a student in Michigan until 2015.

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