"Faculty Triennial" Showcases CCU’s Visual Art Department’s Talent and Depth.
The Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery in the Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts on the campus of Coastal Carolina University will display works by faculty in the Department of Visual Arts. This triennial exhibition presents new work by the award-winning faculty teaching at Coastal in the areas of Studio Arts and Graphic Design. This exhibition highlights the diversity of approaches and techniques offered to students enrolled at Coastal Carolina University. “Many of our professors are regularly exhibited in national and international shows,” Gallery Director Jim Arendt explains. “Exhibitions that gather together their combined talent for our students and community are one of the benefits our region is able to reap through institutions like Coastal.”
The Faculty Triennial Exhibition will feature works by Cat Taylor, Brad Williams, Logan Woodle, Rob Wyeth, Steven Bleicher, Paul Olsen, James Arendt, Larry Bunch, Chris Bilton, Jeff Case, Jacob Cotton, Claudia Dominguez, Sandra Hardee, Elizabeth Keller, Maura Kenny, Alexandra Knox, Treelee MacAnn, Scott Mann, Kendall Martin, Armon Means, John Schiro, and Easton Selby. Collectively, they present works in ceramic, fibers, painting, metal, sculpture, graphic design, photography and other forms taught in the Department of Visual Arts.
An opening reception with the artists featured in “Faculty Triennial ” will be held in the gallery on Thursday, January 15th from 4:30 through 6:30 pm.
The Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery is located on the Campus of Coastal Carolina University in the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts. Events are free and open to the public. The Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For additional information, contact, James Arendt, at 843-349-6409.
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