Exhibition on view: August 14 – September 11, 2021
Curated by Cortney Lane Stell, Black Cube’s Chief Curator
@ Historic Evans School in Denver, CO — 1115 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
Public Hours: Wednesday – Saturday from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
movement toward the Other is a group exhibition that explores the many facets of intimacy through the lens of nine regional, national, and international artists. In the exhibition, concepts of anger, care, pleasure, pain, and self-exploration create a space for reflecting upon how we define ourselves and our lived experiences in relation to others.
Artists: Julie Béna (Prague), Scott Chamberlin (Denver), Patty Chang (Los Angeles), Juntae TeeJay Hwang (Denver), Suchitra Mattai (Denver), Kelly Monico (Denver), Bárbara Sánchez-Kane (Mexico City), Adam Parker Smith (New York City), Anna Uddenberg (Berlin)
Image: Scott Chamberlin “atama” (Japanese for head) and is glazed terra-cotta 30 X 24 X 15 inches. Circa 2015
Stephanie Su, Assistant Professor, History of Asian Art
Recent article featured in The Art Bulletin
"Exhibition as Art Historical Space: The 1933 Chinese Art Exhibition in Paris" The Art Bulletin, volume 104, September 2021.
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CU Advancement and the Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) are collaborating to promote humanities and arts and to document the ways our community is responding in view of to the mass shooting that occurred at the Table Mesa King Soopers on March 22, 2021. We invite anyone in the CU Boulder community (staff, student, faculty) to use art and/or humanistic perspectives, tools, resources, and methods to produce a work over summer 2021. Deadline to submit entry: Sept 1, 2021.
Top 5 projects will receive $1,000 each
Honorable Mentions will receive $250 each
See CHA’s Shelter in Place Projects for examples. We strongly encourage collaborations and partnerships, but the applicant MUST have an active CU Boulder affiliation in fall 2021 when the awards will be honored.
Projects must also have the capability of being shared digitally so should have some form of on-line component. For example, you can record yourself in the process of producing/making your work of art or you can read your short story aloud and provide animated visuals to accompany it.
Rough Gems is an annual open call and collaborative curatorial project at Union Hall. Showcasing the work of three curators/curatorial teams in a rotating pop-up exhibition format, Rough Gems grants access to Union Hall’s resources, offering fair and equitable wages for all artists and curators, and providing curatorial mentorship and support to pull off the exhibition of your dreams!
Union Hall accepts proposals that include a wide range of creative expressions, and exhibitions outside of a traditional format, such as music or poetry showcases, performance or film series, and immersive installations.
2022 Rough Gems application deadline is Monday, October 4th, 2021 at 6:00pm MT. Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Notifications will be sent out to all applicants in mid October, 2021.