The work of artists T.J. Dixon and Jim Nelson is now on display in the Brooks Center Lobby.
With its medieval architecture, blue gulf waters, galleries and bountiful history, it’s no wonder Hannah Gardner, a Clemson University senior studying visual arts, chose to spend six weeks in Genoa, Italy.
Clemson University’s National Print and Drawing exhibition, "Adaptable: Facing the Future," opens Thursday in the Lee Gallery and will be available to the public through March 15.
The Center for Visual Arts (CVA) at Clemson University has hit the ground running in 2017, having already opened four new exhibits, hosted an artist talk and celebrated the sale of the spring 2017 shares of Community Supported Art (CSArt) student-created work.
“Solastalgia,” an exhibition by Clemson University Master of Fine Arts candidates Deighton Abrams and Haley Floyd opened this week and will run until Nov. 11 at the Center for Visual Arts-Lee Gallery.
During the month-long research and creation period, the students used library books and carts to create their sculptures on-site in Cooper.
Inspired by the sense of community that the Ink Travels exhibit fosters, the Clemson University Center for Visual Arts-Greenville wants to duplicate this experience in the Village of West Greenville by inviting community members to come together through the shared experience of making art.
The Clemson Community Supported Art (CSArt) program has launched the second season of its new initiative that allows the community to connect with Clemson art students while engaging in a unique art-shopping experience.
Clemson University and the city of Clemson will host the popular and unique celebration of the arts with the signature town-gown event “Passport to the Arts” 6-9:30 p.m. March 6. Tickets are available online at the discounted rate of $30 at www.clemsonpassport.org until March 1. After that, the price goes to $40. The ticket price includes transportation, food, drink and entertainment.
John Acorn dips into that archive for his latest exhibition, “Trailer Nails and Fish Heads,” on display at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts through May 1.
Last February, Brooks Center Business Manager Susan Kaplar partnered with Denise Woodward-Detrich of the Center for Visual Arts to assemble an exhibit titled "Tempos" that was displayed in the Brooks Center lobby. The endeavor was the result of her work with the University’s Staff Development Program and allowed her to explore her love of visual art.
The Clemson Community Supported Art (CSArt) program has launched a new initiative that allows the community to connect with Clemson art students while engaging in a unique art-shopping experience.
The Clemson University Center for Visual Arts-Lee Gallery is exhibiting drawings inspired by the natural environment by alumni from the art department and former drawing faculty member Heidi Jensen. The art, "Shift and Collide: Drawings from Near and Far," is on display until Sept. 5.
Jeanet Dreskin has played a large role in shaping generations of Clemson artists and, like every painting, print or picture that springs out of the influence of the trips taken by students funded by her endowment, there’s a story to tell.
The Clemson University art department's "Sense of Place" exhibit that begins Friday at the Center for Visual Arts-Greenville is being curated by David Bram, the internationally recognized founder of Fraction Magazine.