TONIGHT is Artworks’ last gallery opening of the semester! Please remember to stop by from 5-7 pm!
Don’t forget that TOMORROW is ArtWorks’ LAST gallery opening of the semester. Please stop by anytime between 5-7 pm!
Arrangements are complete for the ArtWorks Gallery Undergrad Student Exhibitions. Enforcement officers will be requested to avoid issuing citations to unregistered vehicles in C6, C14 and R11 Lots between the hours of 4:00 and 8:00 PM on September 16 and 30, October 14 and 28, and November 11. No parking permits will be necessary. Please direct visitors to this location to park on the appropriate date. All regulations for JMU students, faculty and staff will remain in effect.
Note that regular enforcement will continue in other parking lots, and guests may receive parking citations if parked in restricted lots. Guests are prohibited from parking in specialty spaces such as Service Vehicle spaces, handicap spaces without proper permit, or expired meters. They are also prohibited from parking in Fire Lanes.
I encourage using our online parking map (located athttp://web.jmu.edu/parking/parkingmap.pdf ) as a resource for visitors coming to campus. Print copies of the parking map are also available upon request.
West Grace Street has been closed do to construction, so people driving up South Main St. cannot turn left onto Grace in order to get to Artworks. However, you can get to the Artworks parking lot by turning right onto Grace from South High St. Detour signs have been put on on South Main and South High St. in order to direct people around Grace St. Be sure to make sure to get on South High Street and turn right onto Grace St. if you will be parking in the Artworks Gallery parking lot.
ArtWorks Gallery will be holding its Last Show Openingof the semester for undergraduate and graduate work, Monday, November 11th, from 5:00-7:00 pm.Refreshments will be provided.
ArtWork’s Last Show Runs From: November 11th - November 23rd
Artist Blurbs -
The works displayed by Hannah Gentry delve into the folklore of cultures throughout the world. These works explore how myths are structured through modernization, focusing on topics such as Egyptian religious practices, Syrian goddesses and Russian creation myths.
Allison Nickens illustrates the journey of recovery, self-discovery, and finding balance through a series of acrylic paintings. These works are inspired by The Wonder Years’, “Suburbia, I’ve Given you All and Now I’m Nothing.”
Through mixed media, Sarah Hade addresses the pressures and limitations placed on women in today’s society. Please note, through this exhibit, there will be graphic materials displayed.
Fibers Student Works
Jesse Harrod, fibers professor within the SADAH, will be displaying selected works from her Introduction to Fibers Course. These selected students will be displaying alternative embroidered samplers.
WARNING: SOME PIECES SHOWN IN THIS GALLERY OPEN CONTAIN GRAPHIC MATERIAL/CONTENT. DO NOT BRING SMALL CHILDREN TO THIS SHOW IF YOU ARE UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THEM SEEING THIS KIND OF MATERIAL!
Don’t forget that TONIGHT is artWorks’ fifth gallery opening of the semester from 5-7pm! Don’t miss out on this amazing opening with pieces from the JMU French Painting Abroad Program and Figurative Works from Drawing.