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Visual Arts Exhibitions and Projects, School of Art

Visual Arts Exhibitions and Projects, School of Art

 

Recent Submissions

  • Irvin, Sarah; Frederick, Helen (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, Feb 2016)
    Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here DC 2016 is a book arts and cultural festival planned for January through March 2016, throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Exhibits, programs, and events will commemorate the 2007 bombing ...
  • Locale 
    Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, Mar 2016)
    Locale features artists’ books, repurposed books, and sculptural books responding to the Washington, DC area through concept or specific material. The exhibit features artwork by George Mason University Alumni, Faculty and ...
  • Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, April 2016)
    Creative practice is driven by input or research, even though it is defined by the resulting output or product. A collapse of these categories facilitates new methods of creating and provides alternative routes for the ...
  • McDermott, Tamryn; Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, May 2016)
    My methodology emulates that of a historian and enters into the arena of archaeologists, archivists and curators. Historians write, and re-write history privileging certain evidence while imposing specific agendas, to ...
  • Sherman, Stephanie; Russell, Don (Provisions Library, 2013)
    The Case for Space assembled researchers Heidi Neilson (NY), Huong Ngo (NY), Cassie Thornton (CA), and Kate Chandler (DC) in Washington DC to explore the ethos, aesthetics, and ecology of outer space and to creatively ...
  • Sherman, Stephanie; Russell, Don (Provisions Library, 2013)
    Copy Rights Research Residency assembled four researchers-- Greg Bloom (DC), Nate Larson (Baltimore), Anne Elizabeth Moore (Chicago), and Tim Schwartz (LA) in Washington DC to investigate individual and collective authorship ...
  • Sherman, Stephanie; Russell, Don (Provisions Library, 2013)
    In June 2012, Provisions Library sent four DC-based creative researchers to Berlin to source ideas for the Dupont Underground, an abandoned streetcar station and tunnel beneath Dupont Circle in the heart of Washington ...
  • Sherman, Stephanie; Russell, Don (Provisions Library, 2013)
    During the final month of the 2012 US election cycle, Provisions Library assembled four artist-researchers in the capital to consider deliberative democracy, electoral politics, public transparency, and popular citizenship ...
  • Gerber, Steve; Cockrell, Rianna; Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, Sept 2015)
    Rarities and antiquarian prints held in Mason Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives include examples of musical iconography and similar graphic materials that illustrate aspects of music, dance, and theater history ...
  • Rinalducci, Jenna; Sheehan, Sarah; Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, July 2015)
    From the ubiquitous red and white checks of Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book to the amazing photography found in Modernist Cuisine, cookbooks are so much more than a collection of recipes. Cookbooks provide insight ...
  • Smith, Anne (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, Mar 2015)
    What do artists read? Certainly there are favorite books, audio recordings, and DVDs—ones that influenced an artist’s thinking, or that changed the course of an inquiry altogether. Although their practice is primarily a ...
  • Smith, Anne (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, Dec 2014)
    Maps are powerful. They can orient us on unfamiliar streets or help us find our way through unmarked territory. In their essence, maps distill an incredible amount of information into a compact, readable, digestible ...
  • Smith, Anne (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, May 2015)
    Fenwick Gallery is proud to exhibit The Sleep Series by Sarah Irvin, part of a larger project called A Bringing Forth. This series of more than 100 watercolors was produced by Irvin in intervals— that is, while her infant ...
  • Smith, Anne; Mack, M.; Martinez, Marcos; Wang, Qinglan; Irvin, Sarah (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2015-10)
    CURATOR’S STATEMENT Call & Response 2015: Lineage “The picture on my wall, art object and art process, is a living line of movement, a wave of colour that repercusses in my body, colouring it, colouring the new present, ...