Art – de facto opposition. New media prints of Serhat Tanyolacar

October 16 – 27, 2017
Centre Gallery, USF Tampa

Serhat Tanyolacar exhibition at the Centre Gallery of University of South Florida presents his latest prints and kaftan attire from his last public performance in Istanbul and Ankara.

Serhat Tanyolacar

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Centre Gallery
(813) 846-2692
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., MSC 2700, Tampa, FL 33620

The Heights Art Studio + Gallery Tour

October 21, 2017 (12PM-6PM)
Tempus Projects, Tampa

The inaugural Heights Art Studio + Gallery Tour is a self-guided tour of 13 sites featuring private artists’ studios and art galleries. With many of the spaces located in private homes, the tour provides unique access, highlights the artists and arts organizations residing in and contributing to the vibrancy of our neighborhoods, as well as builds and expands community through engagement with the arts.

Participating artists and galleries include: Robert Aiosa; Bleu AcierDominique Labauvie and Erika Greenberg-Schneider; Coco HundayJason Lazarus; Edgar Sanchez Cumbas; Becky Flanders; Joe Griffith; Illsol – Tony Krol and Michelle Sawyer; LiveWork StudiosJanine Awai, Devon Brady, and Michael LeMieux; Jenn Ryann Miller; Kym O’Donnell; Parallelogram Gallery – William Douglas and Noelle Mason; Phoenix Glass Studio – Susan Gott; Gary Schmitt; Brian Taylor; and Kirk Ke Wang.

The Heights Art Studio + Gallery Tour
The Heights Art Studio + Gallery Tour

Tickets for the tour are $15 in advance and $20 on the day of the event. Advance tickets available for purchase online via the Tempus Projects website, or in person at Urban Bungalow until Friday, October 20th at 6pm. Cash or check payment accepted at Urban Bungalow 6500 N Florida Ave. 813.712.9894 (hours M-F: 7 am-6 pm; Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Sun: 9 am-5 pm) Day of the event tickets will be available at Tempus Projects on Saturday, October 21st from 11:30 am – 4 pm. On the day of the event, participants will pick up wristbands and tour brochure maps at Tempus Projects before starting on their tour of the 13 partnering sites.

An after-party, featuring drink specials and raffle prizes, will be held at c.1949 Florida Beer Garden, 6905 N. Orleans Ave, Tampa, FL 33604, following the tour.

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Ticket Information

Advance $15 tickets available on the Tempus website through Friday, October 20th at 6pm.

IN-PERSON
Advance $15 tickets available for purchase at Urban Bungalow through Friday, October 20th at 6pm.
Cash or Checks only. Urban Bungalow 6500 N Florida Ave. (Next door to Cleanse Apothecary and Rooster & the Till)
813.712.9894 M-F: 7 am-6 pm Sat: 9 am-6 pm Sun: 9 am-5 pm

DAY OF THE EVENT
$20 tickets ($15 for current Tempus Projects members) will be available at Tempus Projects on Saturday, October 21st from 11:30 am – 4 pm.


Tempus Projects
4636 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33603

Freedom of the Presses – Collaborative Exhibition

October 20– December 2, 2017
Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery
Ringling College of Art and Design

Freedom of the Presses is a collaborative exhibition co-curated by Marshall Weber of Booklyn, Inc. and members of the Ringling College of Art and Design community. The project focuses on the creative and democratic processes of 21st Century independent artist’s publishing and offers models of empowering and educational art publishing practices. The exhibition will include a selection of artists’ publications from Booklyn, Inc. and the Brizdle Schoenberg Special Collections Center at Ringling College of Art and Design. Highlights include the Streetopia artist’s book, alternative art fair, and text book project; performances and publications by Sheryl Oring; and community publishing projects from the multi-generational collective, Mobile Print Power. Artists’ books, zines, prints, and items of ephemera will be exhibited, along with a curators panel, book fair, and other events.

Streetopia
Freedom of the Presses Streetopia Limited

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Ringling College of Art and Design
For more information, call 941-359-7563 or email galleries@ringling.edu
2700 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34234

Warren Reinecker – General Motors Automotive Designer

October 17 – December 8, 2017
Lois & David Stulberg Gallery
Ringling College of Art and Design

This exhibition was curated by the General Motors Design Archive & Special Collections and features a firsthand look at the evolutionary creative
process of automotive design.

Warren Reinecker
Warren Reinecker Exhibit, Image: General Motors Design Archive & Special Collections.

The work in this exhibition is curated from the GM Design Archive & Special Collections: Warren Reinecker Collection, and is formed primarily from recent acquisitions of his original art which spans his entire career, including student work. It illustrates the range of his expertise, as both a designer and artist, but is by no means inclusive of his overall output. We are very thankful to Steve Lofman for his generosity and assistance with this exhibition and the establishment of the Warren Reinecker collection.

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Ringling College of Art and Design
For more information, call 941-359-7563 or email galleries@ringling.edu
2700 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34234

Design Lab – Chris Lasch & Terrol Dew Johnson

Thursday 12 October 6:30pm
The Works, 891 South Tamiami Trail
$10 admission; Free for Museum donors and Ringling College students, faculty & staff
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Chris Lasch of design studio Aranda\Lasch and Terrol Dew Johnson, artist and co-founder of Tohono O’odham Community Action (TOCA), have collaborated to produce a collection of experimental baskets and woven constructions that engage the traditional art of basket weaving while extending the tradition through advanced computation and fabrication methods. The collaboration explores algorithmic designs as a continuum stretching from the latest computer-aided techniques in design and architecture, back through the creative traditions of one of the world’s oldest art forms: weaving and basketry.

Chris Lasch & Terrol Dew Johnson

Chris Lasch is a partner in Aranda\Lasch, a design studio dedicated to experimental research and innovative building. The studio designs buildings, installations, furniture and objects through a deep investigation of structure and materials. Recognition includes the United States Artists Award and Young Architects + Designers Award in 2007, the Architectural Record Design Vanguard Award in 2014, the Architectural League Emerging Voices Award in 2015 and were named one of Architectural Digest’s 2014 AD Innovators.

Terrol Dew Johnson is a community leader, nationally recognized advocate for Native communities and renowned artist. In 1996, he co-founded Tohono O’odham Community Action (TOCA), a grassroots community organization dedicated to creating positive programs based in the O’odham Himdag – the Desert People’s Way. In 2002, Johnson and TOCA Co-Director Tristan Reader received the Ford Foundation’s Leadership for a Changing World Award. As an artist, he has won multiple major awards and his works are in the permanent collections of museums such as the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Heard Museum in Arizona.


The Sarasota Museum of Art
museum@ringling.edu
941.309.7662

The Works, 891 South Tamiami Trail