Two Exhibitions.

My work will be featured in two current exhibitions – Social In/Justice at Lawrence University & Motion 15 at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.

About the Exhibitions:

Social In/Justice
Leech Gallery, Wriston Art Center, Lawrence University
711 E. Boldt Way, Appleton, WI 54911
September 18th – November 25th.

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This exhibition features the print portfolio Social In/Justice, organized by Benjamin D. Rinehart in 2014. The portfolio centers on unfair acts, inequalities, and restrictions to individuals or groups of people. Each artist was asked to react to and personalize challenges to societal norms. Artists Kimberly Paul Arp, Brandon Bauer, Lisa Bigalke, Jim Bryant, Karla Hackenmiller, Nicole Hand, Melissa Harshman, Anita Jung, Brian Kelly, Traci Molloy, Nancy Palmeri, Kristin Powers Nowlin, Benjamin D. Rinehart, Lyle J. Slami, and Melanie Yassi address issues relating to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, economic status and politics. These artists use their prints to promote discourse and bring attention to marginalized groups.

Gallery Talk, Leech Gallery, September 18, 6 p.m.
Benjamin Rinehart, Associate Professor of Art at Lawrence University, and Brandon Bauer, Assistant Professor of Art at St. Norbert College, will speak about organizing and creating prints for the Social In/Justice portfolio.

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Motion 15
Frederick Layton Gallery, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
273 E. Erie St. Milwaukee, WI 53202
October 16th – December 5th.

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MIAD alumni create digital-media works that examine the diversity of motion-based media in Motion 15: A Juried Alumni Media Exhibition. The exhibit features 16 MIAD alumni from a variety of majors, each creating a unique motion-based digital media work that expresses how time-based media functions within their own creative endeavors. The exhibition was juried by Kim Miller (MIAD Chair of Fine Art), Jamal Currie (MIAD Associate Professor of Fine Art) and Monica Obniski (Milwaukee Art Museum Demmer Curator of 20th and 21st Century Design). The selected works include narrative and abstract videos, video installations, motion graphics, motion-based web design, animation and 3D motion imaging. Best in show will be awarded during the exhibits Opening Reception.

Participating alumni include: Brandon Bauer ’96 (Painting), Mallori Taylor ’15 (TBM), Wesley Cathon ’13 (TBM), Nick Waraksa ’04 (Communication Design), Kyle James ’15 (TBM), Adam Osgood ’06 (Illustration), Kayle Karbowski ’15 (ISA), Travis Whitty ’09 (TBM), Nirmal Raja ’08 (Painting), Amy Cannestra ’06 (Communication Design), Erik Holman ’09 (TBM), Chris Willey ’04 (Drawing), Maeve Jackson ’14 (ISA), Xavier Ruffin ’10 (Communication Design), Anne Linginfelter ’09 (Communication Design) and Brett Suemnicht ’14 (Printmaking).

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Links:
Social In/Justice at the Wriston Art Center Galleries, Lawrence University
Motion 15 at the Fredrick Layton Gallery, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

Press:
The Lawrentian – “In/Justice” and Beerman open at Wriston

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