POSITIVE/NEGATIVE 34 NATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION
Slocumb Galleries (ETSU) / 232 Sherrod Dr., Johnson City, TN January 28, 2019 - February 21, 2019
Jonathan Adams, Ruth Adams, Rachel Boillot, Daniel Breslin, Matthew Brown, David Carlson, Carol Ann Carter, Jeremiah Davis, Emily Denton, Kareem Ferreira, Britanny Gilbert, Charles Allen Haynes, Meena Khalili, Alise King, Hanna Kozlowski, Jeremy M. Lange, Terri Lindbloom, C. Pazia Mannella, Allegra Marquart, LJ McCarthy, Gregory Page, Sheila Pitt, Dana Potter, Muzi Rowe, Kelly Salchow MacArthur, Cherie Sampson, Catherine Skinner, Lynette Stephenson, Kat Truth, Carlton Wilkinson, Jia Qi Zhen
POSITVE/NEGATIVE 34 National Juried Art Exhibition
Juror: Ann Meisinger, Independent Curator and Assistant Educator, Public Programs & Creative Practice, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Juror's Lecture & Reception on February 21, Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m. lecture starts 6:30 pm at Ball Hall Auditorium
The ETSU Department of Art & Design and Slocumb Galleries in partnership with the Women’s Studies Program, Reece Museum, Honors College Student Society, SG Student Society, Alpha Xi Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon presents the anticipated annual event Positive/Negative 34 National Juried Art Exhibition: To Make Art Now from January 28 to February 21, 2019 at the Slocumb Galleries.
The juror’s lecture and reception is on February 21, Thursday starting at 5 p.m. with lecture at 6:30 p.m., Ball Hall Auditorium.
Juror Ann Meisinger, an independent curator and assistant Educator at the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, describes the curated exhibition that comprises the Positive/Negative 34 as, “Artwork created today is a part of personal and historic constellations. For better or for worse, today’s work is wrapped up in histories of making that stretch back thousands of years. It is also an accumulation of each individual artist’s history, education, and drive to create; both a part of and a product of their experiences and everyday existence. The everyday factors into experience in ways large and small. It is brimming with current events, climate change, churning politics, migrations, immigrants, refugees, war, plastics, deforestation, institutional racism and on and on.”
image: Jonathan Adams