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Art Exhibitions

Artist in Residence

The Department of Film/Video will host award-winning filmmaker Kat Candler as this fall's Artist-in-Residence. This will include a screening of Candler's acclaimed film Hellion, which features Aaron Paul of hit television show Breaking Bad.

The department will host a reception and Q&A session with Candler where she will discuss the film and her work. 

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Since its 1997 inaugural season, the Stevenson University Art Gallery has presented a dynamic series of substantive exhibitions in diverse media and has achieved the reputation as a significant venue for regional artists and collectors. The museum quality space was designed to support the Baltimore arts community, provide greater opportunities for artists, and be integral to the educational experience of Stevenson students. Our Exhibitions Program offers a series of seven shows per year in a variety of media including paintings, prints, sculpture and photography.

Each exhibition is celebrated with a gallery reception in the evening that will include live music in the theatre lobby and free refreshments. Lectures, panel discussions, and gallery talks will complement each exhibit. Gallery events are free and open to all. In addition, faculty and student art work in progress is on display at various times in the Art Wing Studio Gallery, the Student-Faculty Exchange, and in various other areas around campus. Finally, artwork from local creators is also featured throughout the year in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion.

See Past Exhibitions from Stevenson University

Current Exhibitions

Painting in Circles

On View: Oct. 20-Dec. 18
Reception: Oct. 30, 6-8 p.m., Art Talk: Nov. 12, 5 p.m.

Where: Art Gallery, Greenspring Campus

Kevin Labadie’s painting, installations, and sculpture have been exhibited internationally as well as throughout the mid-Atlantic region and he has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants. Labadie packs his work with an eye to salvaging the elusive gems laid in the path of the daily journey and he arranges his collections to draw a perpetual sense of narrative out of the material.

Sport: Near and Far

On View: Aug. 25-Nov. 20
Where: St. Paul Companies Pavilion, Greenspring Campus

Patrick Smith, a freelance photojournalist, covers the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan region and beyond. Sport: Near and Far showcases a variety of telling sports photographs captured by Smith; from the major leagues to the obscure competitions, from the jubilation of victory to the anguish of defeat. Recently, Pictures of the Year International honored Smith as the 2014 Sports Photographer of the Year. His images are seen in such media outlets as Getty Images, ESPN, The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, The Baltimore Sun, CNN, and Newsweek.

The Development of a Typeface

On View: Aug. 25-Oct. 30
Reception: Oct. 15, 5:30 p.m., Art Talk: Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m.

Where: School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North

The Development of a Typeface chronicles the creation of Balto, Baltimore-based typographer Tal Leming’s reinterpretation of an American Gothic style typeface that emphasizes the base ideas of the style rather than particular visual attributes, quirks, or artifacts of bygone type technologies. To Leming, type design is a problem solving exercise. He is constantly challenging himself to create new typefaces that do something better than other typefaces. Leming has produced a collection of distinctive typefaces, which have been used by a variety of clients including Paramount Pictures, Reebok, and Target.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Baltimore Help Portrait

On View: Nov. 6-Jan. 9
Reception: Nov. 6, 6-8 p.m.

Where: School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills Campus

Help-Portrait is a community of photographers around the world that use their photography skills to give back to their local communities. Each December, Baltimore-area photographers and Stevenson students grab their cameras and photograph those in need who wouldn’t normally have access to professional photography. The pictures are printed and given free of charge. Often these images are the only pictures a person has had in decades or that a family may have together. The exhibition showcases a selection of the portraits from past years, demonstrating the Help-Portrait’s motto, “A picture is worth.”

We Are One In Fashion

On View: Dec. 4-Jan. 15
Reception: Dec. 4, 6-8 p.m.

Where: St. Paul Companies Pavilion, Greenspring Campus

Stevenson University’s Fashion Design program presents We Are One In Fashion, an exhibition of original fashions created by junior fashion design majors inspired by the traditional clothing of Brazil, Egypt, England, Greece, India, Morocco, and Spain. Students from the Carroll County Career and Technology Center’s textiles and fashion careers department will assist with the exhibition and create displays for the high fashion garments. From Stevenson, the exhibition will travel to New York City in early 2015 and be on display during the city’s prestigious fashion week.

 

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