Hopkins Hall Gallery Summer Project and Performance Series

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Hopkins Hall Gallery has designated its gallery space for student, faculty, and alumni projects and performances for the summer of 2014. Projects will be scheduled for the summer calendar starting with the first week in May.

The gallery will feature short-term projects including: performances, installations, audience-participatory work, lectures, and public programs or activities. As a special projects and performance space, Hopkins Hall Gallery will be transformed, used, and returned to its original state in periods of one day up to two weeks.

Ohio Art League members William Randall and Diana Abells are both exhibiting shows later in the summer months. Stop in to see “HOT CORN, a public information session” with William S. Randall and Ian Mackaye from June 3- 5, with an Opening Reception June 5 at 3 pm.

Diana Abells, along with Pete Morgan, exhibits Unfolding the Periphery July 22- 25. In the immersive installation Unfolding the Periphery, viewers are invited to move through a constructed set that challenges their perception of the space. The Reception takes place Thurs. July 24 at 3 pm.

The Hopkins Hall Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 am to 4 pm, and during the Summer Series, Receptions take place every Thursday at 3 pm for the corresponding exhibition. Click here for information on other shows or to find out more about the OSU Hopkins Gallery.

 

 

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Columbus, Oh 4320

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Glass Axis Presents “Student & Recent Graduate Showcase Exhibit”

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Kelsey Finnie, a 2013 Ohio State University graduate, kickstarts Glass Axis’ “Student & Recent Graduate Showcase Exhibit” series with her Spontaneous Actions: Doodles in Glass exhibition. Finnie’s exhibit is a three-dimensional personification of the act of doodling on a page as she lets the artwork create itself. 

Kelsey explores the use of glass cane, which is traditionally used as a surface decoration in vessels, to draw through space. Finnie’s free form cane doodling leaves the margins of her notebook to create an all encompassing experience of walking through a drawing.

“Doodles are spontaneous in action. The thought is about bringing doodles to life and in the present,” addresses Finnie, “I don’t have a plan when bending and shaping them and even setting them up; it’s a very spontaneous and organic experience and form.”

The exhibit is presently on display in the massive Glass Axis art center through April 26. Whether you are a fellow alumnus of Finnie, want to show support for young adults expressing their ever-expanding ingenuity, or care to explore the adventurous talent of the artist, the enthralling Spontaneous Actions: Doodles in Glass is sure not to disappoint. 

 

For more information on Kelsey Finnie, click here to check out her website

For details on the exhibit or information about upcoming events, visit the Glass Axis homepage.