Ruminations: Cheryl Prisco

Community Gallery

Cheryl Prisco, The Taming of the BlueRumination (noun) 1. a deep and considered thought about something. I am addicted to color and pattern, drawn to irreverence and visual dissonance. In […]

35th Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition

Outdoor campus

Joan Benefiel, Hoodoos: Awarded 1st Place in the 35th Rosen Sculpture Competition. Call for Entries for the 36th annual Rosen competition is open from January 10 - February 25, 2022. For […]

ERRATIC: Hoss Haley

Hodges Gallery

Hoss Haley: ERRATIC: Rest Sharing space with Hoss Haley’s monumental work transports the viewer to a place where a clear separation between human creation and organic influence is undefined, yet […]

Father, Grandfather, Artist: A Tribute to Warren Dennis

Moskowitz Gallery

Warren Dennis; The Vacation.This exhibition commemorates the life and work of prominent Southeastern artist and retired longtime Appalachian State University professor Warren Dennis, who died April 13, 2021. Father, Grandfather, Artist: A Tribute to Warren Dennis comprises paintings from the personal collections of family members. An additional exhibition is being featured at the Carlton Gallery, […]

In the Garden of Healing: Dara Mark

Gallery B

Dara Mark; Elegy #19 / Angel of Absence. Photo: James HartThe paintings in this exhibition were made over the five year period after my husband died.  Each of them reflects […]

To Remain Connected: Jenny Irene Miller, Raven Moffett and Shauna Caldwell, Guest Curators

Gallery A

Jenny Irene Miller, Mom, Aaka and Grammy By bringing together work grounded in Inuit artmaking across generations, as well as through multifaceted and evolving practices, we hope to kindle conversations around the meaningful stories that are deeply rooted in community and placemaking and engage with ongoing legacies of creation. The featured artworks were selected because […]

To Be & Become: Corn Wagon Thunder

Community Gallery

Corn Wagon Thunder, Say I were to hold you in my handThe Mysterious Presence of AbsenceMy photographic self-portraiture is borne of a fascination with the Existential questions ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Why am I?’. I am interested in dissecting the mode and manner of my own being. With a nod to the absurd, I use […]

19th Annual Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition

Mezzanine Gallery

Rhonda Kingen, The Color of Summer. 19th AMPC People's Choice WinnerAppalachian State University Outdoor Programs, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, and Virtual Blue Ridge present the Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition and Exhibition. This competition is sponsored by the Mast General Store. This competition provides both amateur and professional photographers the opportunity to showcase their […]

Celestial: Dare Coulter

Mayer Gallery

Dare Coulter: Celestial With the universe as the source of inspiration, the Celestial exhibit is a series of figurative and abstract multimedia works that explore the metaphor of creation. The themes of space, stars and astrology will be cosmically swirled into an exhibit. During a three-week residency Coulter will work with select Appalachian State students […]

Art Department Faculty Biennial

Galleries A & B

Jody Servon, Pandemic Lint The Art Department Faculty Biennial Exhibition is a collaborative exhibition organized by the Smith Gallery and the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. These non-juried exhibitions […]