A Regular Ol’ Banger – A Pop Up Exhibition

November 17 – 29, 2017
238 S Links Ave, Sarasota

Opening Reception: Friday, November 17 (5-9PM)

The Fine Arts/Visual Studies Department of Ringling College of Art and Design is pleased to announce, A Regular Ol’ Banger a Pop Up exhibition of artworks by seniors in Fine Arts / Visual Studies. This event is free and open to the public and will be part of the Towles Court Art Walk.

This exhibition features ten artists working in a range of materials and processes demonstrating self-directed studio practice in an alternative space off campus. The artists in the exhibition are Jordan Daher, Hayley Denham, John Dillard, Claudia Garcia, Jesica Glas, Jordan Holm, Danny Jeffers, Rowan Johnson, Emily Rives and Matthew Wissing.

A Regular Ol’ Banger

This exhibition open by appointment. For arrangements and/or information, please contact Emily Rives via email at erives@c.ringling.edu

Towles Court
238 S. Links Ave. Sarasota, FL 34236

The Goods: Weekend News (12.09.11)

Sarasota Visual Art’s round up of exhibitions and events for Friday, Dec. 9 through Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011.

Sarasota Visual Art’s round up of exhibitions and events for Friday, Dec. 9 through Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011.

Week in Review

Building Blocks: Interview with Michael Halflantshttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-iR
Architect, Michael Halflants, of Halflants + Pichett Architects in Sarasota interviews with Sarasota Visual Art about his work, Sarasota, collaborations, and much more.

Nestor Residence, St Petersburg, FL

I didn’t die today- in fact, most days I’m not in any immediate danger.
300 Words by Jen Nugent – http://wp.me/p1DJvQ-iK

Joan Altabe and the 10th St. Muralhttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-iD
Sarasota’s argument is reminiscent of a Detroit argument in the ‘80s over the “Monument to Joe Louis” installed nearly two decades after the Detroit rebellion of 1967


S/ART/Q: THIRTEENhttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-bp
12/09/2011 – S/ART/Q, a circle of artists working to enhance the arts culture in Sarasota, will inaugurate their 2012 exhibition season with THIRTEEN, premiering at G.WIZ Science Museum on Friday, December 9th, 2011.

Photo by Daniel Perales

Mythos & Other Workshttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-7E
12/09/2011 – Stakenborg Fine Art launches its 2011-12 winter season with a solo exhibition by an artist both mysterious and multifaceted: Nikitas Kavoukles.


Farber, Rodriguez Discuss Artist Exchange to Chinahttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-je
December 11, 2011 – Robert Farber and Javier Rodriguez share their cross-cultural experiences from their two week visit hosted by Sarasota’s Sister City of Xiamen, located on China’s southeastern coast.

Farber, Two works created upon return from Xiamen, China 2011

Small Works – Towles Court Art Walkhttp://wp.me/p1DJvQ-gL
The Towles Court Art District is one of Sarasota’s oldest and most respected art districts featuring galleries, shops, studios and restaurants.

Life Drawing Sessions @ Art Center Sarasota
Saturday (9:30am – 12:30pm) $12 members / $16 non-members
(941) 365-2032

FOR ALL OF THE ONGOING VISUAL ART EXHIBITIONS VISIT: http://sarasotavisualart.com/art/exhibitions/current/


The Goods: Weekend News (11.18.11)

Sarasota Visual Art’s round up of exhibitions and events for the upcoming weekend. This features the weekend of Friday, November 18 through Sunday, November 20.

Week in Review

FRIDAY – November 18, 2011

Small Works – Towles Court Art Walk


Third annual juried show held at Towles Court Art Walk with special guest Joseph Spinella and juror Joseph Melancon.

Ke Francis comes to Ringling College of Art and Design


Experience the work of internationally recognized artist Mr. Key Francis this week as he showcases his inventive cross medium productions as a printmaker, painter, ceramicist, bookmaker, installation artist, and writer.

Injured Figure and Tuning Fork / Woodcut - 30 x 40 inches

SATURDAY – November 19, 2011

Art Meets Agriculture – Farm City Week


Palmetto Art Center (PAC) will celebrate, through art and music, Manatee County and the City of Palmetto’s association with its agricultural past. PAC wraps up the week long celebration with an enlightening art show entitled ART meets Agriculture.

John Ringling’s Asian and Cypriot Art


As the story of the Ringlings unfolds in this, the hundredth anniversary of their arrival in Sarasota, researching and examining the Asian art they selected can perhaps provide us with more insights into their artistic taste and collection development.

Going to an art opening this weekend? Email us your pics of art openings at info@sarasotavisualart.com