In Public, a new exhibition curated by UNC Asheville senior Frank Meadows and featuring the work of many students and alumni, is on view at the Asheville Area Arts Council gallery at 346 Depot Street in the River Arts District. "#1," at right, by senior Keegan Hooper, is part of that exhibition.
The In Crowd, another new exhibit which features the work of UNC Asheville faculty, staff and students, is on view at the Grovewood Gallery at 111 Grovewood Road in Asheville, from Feb. 8-May 10.
Social Geographies: Interpreting Space and Place, an exhibit curated by Associate Professor of Art History Leisa Rundquist with assistance from Katie Johnson ’13, remains on view at the Asheville Art Museum on Pack Square downtown.
The 2014 Homecoming Art Exhibition, featuring ceramic works by Emily Ellison ’13, will be on view from Feb.13-March 2 at the Highsmith Art and Intercultural Gallery on campus.
Drawing Discourse, the Department of Art’s fifth annual international juried exhibition of contemporary drawing featuring works by artists around the country, remains on view through March 17 at the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery in Owen Hall on campus.