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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Visual Communication Design Senior Capstone Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:
On View: May 4–August 1, 2018
Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus
The annual exhibition of work from the Senior Capstone class showcases the talents of graduating visual communication design majors who conceive, design, produce, and install individual projects for the show as a culmination of their Stevenson academic experience.
A joint reception will be held celebrating the achievements of the graduating Visual Communication Design and Film and Moving Image students.
But first they must catch you by Ryan Lytle Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:
But First They Must Catch You is a series of needle-felted, wool drawings on industrial felt. Lytle explores line weight, quality, and overlapping. The scale of the felt sheets allows the figures to be larger than life. The title of the series comes from Richard Adam’s novel Watership Down. In the beginning of the book, the narrator describes how rabbits have innumerable predators but will be equipped with the reflexes and abilities to combat them. Lytle’s wool drawings highlight the rabbit’s agility, reminding us that even the most vulnerable people will survive through tenacity, community, and instinct.
Exhibition: July 16–December 17, 2018
Workshop: Friday, October 5, 2018, 2:30–4:30 PM (Manning Academic Center S275)
Reception: Friday, October 5, 2018, 5–6:30 PM
Workshop: October 5, 2018, 2:30–4:30 PM
Manning Academic Center S275, Stevenson University, Owings Mills, MD
Ryan Lytle will demonstrate the needle felting techniques that he uses to create drawings and sculptures.
Reception: October 5, 2018, 5–6:30 PM
School of Design Gallery, Stevenson University, Owings Mills, MD
It's Kind of Pretty... by Nicole Dyer Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: St. Paul Companies Pavilion - Greenspring Campus Details:
Nicole Dyer’s artwork examines the human need for the presence of others and the contradictions of our daily lives. Her paintings and sculptures capture everyday objects and activities, imbuing them with nostalgia’s sense of significance but keeping them grounded in their mundane nature. Fleeting experiences can be over in an instant but preserved forever on social media. Emotions can be transferred from a crush to the memory of their cluttered living space. Food can bring us together or create an obsessive pursuit for physical perfection. By foregrounding the evidence of our lived experience, Dyer illustrates the interrelation of our socialization and our social media.
Exhibition: July 23–November 25, 2018
Reception: Wednesday, September 5, 2018, 4–6 PM
Artist's Talk: Thursday, October 18, 2018, 5:30–6:30 PM