The American flea market is the star of this quirky documentary from filmmaker Rick Sebak, who journeys across the country to various noteworthy markets and interviews fellow bargain hunters along the way. The stops include Seattle’s Fremont Market, vintage clothing shops in New York City, Texas’s First Monday Trade Days and the staggering Highway 127 Sale, which stretches across four states for a record-breaking 450 miles. (Netflix Description)
Lecture: Thursday, March 26
RCVA #2008, 5:30 PM
This year’s juror is the artist Don Harvey. Harvey has lived and worked in Cleveland Ohio for the last 25 years, where he has produced gallery works in various media, from industrial materials to digital images. He is also well known for his public art commissions and work with Cleveland’s Committee for Public Art agency, an organization he co-founded in the early 1980’s.
Harvey has had numerous one person and group exhibitions, including a recent exhibition at William Busta Gallery in Cleveland, and Don Harvey, Invented Landscapes at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland. Group shows include Artists and the Art of the Book and One of a Kind Artists Books, both shows that traveled throughout the United States and South America. Harvey taught at the Meyers School of Art, the University of Akron from 1973-2000, and is now a Visiting Professor of Art at Oberlin College, in Ohio.
Albertine Monroe Brown Gallery
April 2-16, 2009
Color as Perception: Space, Light and Intuition
Visiting Artist Christine Carr
Monday, March 23rd.
RCVA Room #1004 (FIRST FLOOR)
Visiting Artist Christine Carr will be here to speak about Color and her photo work with it.
Hailing from Portsmouth, Virginia, Christine Carr received degrees from the Corcoran College of Art and Design and the Tyler School of Art. Her work has been included in the 4th edition of Exploring Color Photography and in the 3rd edition of Photographic Possibilities, both by Robert Hirsch. She is two-time recipient of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship, and has recently lectured on contemporary landscape photography at the Taubman Museum of Art. She has exhibited in solo shows in Washington, DC, Richmond, VA and Roanoke, VA, and in numerous group shows. Carr is currently teaching photography at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.
Atrium Gallery, Richmond Center
Frostic Video and Sound Art Series
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Call for Entries
2009 WMU Annual Frostic School of Art Student Exhibition
Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery
Richmond Center for Visual Arts
The submission dates for the annual student show are Tuesday, March 24 from 10 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, March 25 from 10 to 6 p.m.
Submission guidelines can be pick up at the front desk of the Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery during regular gallery hours: 10 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday.