Students Study Contemporary Art at the 2019 Venice Biennale

Wake Forest students have an unequaled and unique opportunity to review global contemporary artistic and curatorial practice at the Venice Biennale. This seminar, ART199 Contemporary Art and the Venice Biennale, provides an in-depth study of Venice and its leading exhibition of contemporary art. During the Biennale, artists, art historians, curators, critics, collectors, gallerists, and the […]

Interview with art major, Kayla Amador, on her recent solo exhibition, Kansatsu, at START Gallery

Something that I learned during my time in Japan that I want to convey through this exhibition is the importance of text in space as serving both a practical and aesthetic purpose. This, of course, is something that can be seen globally, but when considering a logographic language like Japanese, I feel the aesthetic potential of the text is quite strong. Language functions as communication, but this communication relies on the text being noticeable and understood. I enjoyed photographing text that that asserted its function, text I knew how to read, as well as text I did not, and text that I felt created dialogue visually, within the space it existed.

Wake Forest University Studio Art students accepted into the juried, regional art exhibit, Relevance 2018, at The Womble Carlyle Gallery at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, November 2 – December 1

Wake Forest University Studio Art students; Brianna Casini, Alex Florent, Meghan Henderson, Christina Molkenthin, Allison Li, and Talia Roberts, are accepted into the juried, regional art exhibit, Relevance 2018. Relevance is a new juried arts exhibition for college students presented by the Associated Artists of Winston-Salem and The Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County. The exhibition […]