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2020 Previous Exhibitions

Hilary Pecis, The Space in Between

January 17 to February 29, 2020

Hilary Pecis, Interior with Books and Paintings 2, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 48 inches.

Hilary Pecis, Interior with Books and Paintings 2, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 48 inches. The artist and The Pit, Rachel Uffner Gallery, NY; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; and Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Press Release

 

Adler Guerrier, Wander and Errancies

March 6 to April 18, 2020

Brown leafs floating in the water with some small plants surrounding it.

Adler Guerrier Press Release

Exhibition Walkthrough with Artist: Friday, January 17, 5 pm

Open House for Flagler students, staff, and faculty: Friday, September 4, 3 to 6 pm (Co-hosted with Flagler BSA)

 

Panel Discussion with CEAM Artists

co-moderated by Shawana Brooks and Rory Thompson
Tuesday, Sept 22, 5pm in Auditorium
(Limited capacity for Flagler College students, staff, and faculty)

Moderated by Shawana Brooks (writer, curator, and founder of 6ft Away Gallery and Color Jax Blue) and Rory Thompson (President, Flagler BSA), we invite you to a panel discussion in conjunction with our current exhibition “The Nameless Now,” include exhibiting Jacksonville-area artists Christopher Clark, Erin Kendrick, Dustin Harewood, Princess Simpson Rashid, and Roosevelt Watson III. This event will be live-streamed on Zoom and Facebook Live for those in the community who would like to attend.

Livestream via Zoom 

Saints Connect Event

 

Painting Workshop with Erin Kendrick

Monday, September 28, 2pm

Please join us for a painting workshop with Jacksonville artist Erin Kendrick, co-hosted with Flagler’s BSA. This workshop is open to all Flagler College students, provided as both a limited in-person and virtual event, and materials will be provided!

Erin Kendrick is an international artist and arts educator from Jacksonville, Florida. Her color rich, acrylic ink-stained works of art and transformative installations seek to inspire a dialogue about contemporary spectatorship and the power of language as it relates to perceptions of and about black women. She has exhibited work in museums, galleries and alternative spaces throughout the United States and abroad. After receiving her formal art training at Florida State University (BFA, Studio Art, 1999) and Georgia State University (MFA, Drawing & Painting, 2003), she worked for many years as a Studio Artist and Arts Educator in Atlanta, Georgia.

Limited seating

  • At CEAM: 10 students
  • Virtual: 20 students

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