Exhibitions and Events
Stifel Fine Arts Center
May 12 - July 02, 2022
Oglebay Institute, Wheeling, WV.
Juror: Delanie Jenkins, associate professor in studio arts at the University of Pittsburgh.
ARTS COUNCIL OF THE VALLEY
311 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA
NOVEMBER 5 -- DECEMBER 11, 2021
Members exhibition featuring 2D and 3D works in a variety of mediums by 33 artists.
Visit Monday-Friday, 11 am to 4 pm.
The Art School & Career Panel Series
Panelist for Part 1: Fine Art Practice
Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art
Saturday, November 13th, 2021
The Art School & Career Panel Series allows the opportunity to learn from art professionals to prepare applications in the fields of fine art, art history, and arts management.
Professor inspires others through abstract art: Corinne Diop
Vucnik, Morgan. The Breeze, Oct 6, 2021
"Using her Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV mirrorless camera and a scanner, Corinne Diop, art professor and associate director in the School of Art, Design and Art History (SADAH), creates unique images using nontraditional photography practices. Particularly, she manipulates photos to make them look like something different — like a painting or fabric — and forces the viewer to question what they’re seeing..."
NOVEMBER 5, 2021 - DECEMBER 10, 2021
A nation-wide call for entry, the Riverviews Artspace Annual Juried Art Show has been a tradition for 13 years.
The Juror: Elsabé Dixon, the Executive Director of the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History in Danville, VA.
New River Biennial Exhibition
October 23 - December 3, 2021
Radford University Art Museum on Tyler
A collaboration of the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Blacksburg Regional Art Association, the Floyd Center for the Arts, and Radford University.
Juror Mary Holland, the Thomas C. Gordon, Jr., Director of the Studio School at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.
JMU Faculty Exhibition
September 8, 2021
This Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art exhibition features work by the faculty at JMU’s School of Art, Design and Art History who are "at the forefront of their fields of study, advancing art, design, and creativity".
Sept. 8- Oct. 9, 2021
Open Theme Exhibition. The In Art Gallery
January 11, 2021
Juried by Kara Andree and David Andree;
three photographs selected.
The In Art Gallery is an online gallery and resource for artists in all ranges of careers to have a platform for exhibiting artwork and reaching a global audience.
January 11, 2021
An actual and virtual exhibition of graduate scholarship from the School of Art, Design and Art History at JMU. In New Image Gallery from February 26 - April 9, 2021. Viewing one person at a time, by appointment.
August 21, 2020
At New Image Gallery, a university gallery featuring professional photography and new media at James Madison University, Murmuration featured nine artists who worked in groups of three, each adding to the previous, reshaping and building in complexity as the series evolved. During the fall 2020 semester, Variations III, II and I was removed and rearranged in a reverse installation, a continuation on the theme of interaction, flux and annual migration. The exhibition was curated by Rebecca Silberman, one of the featured artists and a professor of art at JMU.
The Light Factory 2020 Members' Show
Opens Nov 22, 2020
In Memoriam (White Flowers) is included in this years members’ show, which is entirely online for the first time. This year’s juror, Ashley Kauschinger, is the Founding Editor of Light Leaked, an online photography magazine. The exhibition is found at https://lightfactory.org/online-2020-members-show/.
JMU Faculty Exhibition
October 10 - December 6, 2019
Peaceful Mind (in two parts), 2019. 110.5" x 64.5". Weathered archival pigment print, glue, wood, metal pieces, residue, nails.
Dymph de Wild and Corinne Diop, Evoking Spirits
August 15 - September 15, 2019
At John and June Allcott Gallery at UNC, Chapel Hill.
De Wild and Diop work with materials and processes to evoke impermanence, questions of aesthetic value, a sense of disequilibrium and loss from displacement and the juxtaposition of disparate and revered images, surfaces and textures.