photo by Kelsey Ridener
CAT Student Show opens with fantastic art
The Communication Arts Technology Program’s Art Competition & Show, the CATTY’s, opened December 3rd and will run through January 19th 2015. All student work was created specifically for and during the current fall semester for a Communication Arts class. All work will soon be judged based on creativity and execution of concept.
The following categories are represented in the exhibition:
GRAPHIC DESIGN (Beginning, Advanced); COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY (Beginning, Advanced); COLOR & B&W; DIGITAL VIDEO & FILMMAKING; DIGITAL IMAGING (Beginning, Advanced); WEB DESIGN; FLASH ANIMATION; ILLUSTRATION (Traditional, Computer)
Enjoy the show.
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By Terry Lutz
Kimberly Carroll Raber's soapstone sculpture, Coming Undone, will be featured in a group exhibit to celebrate local artist & sculptor Bob Lockhart. The Louisville Visual Art Association, University of Louisville & Bellarmine University are hosting a Multi-site exhibition entitled, The Untold Tale of Bob Lockhart: A Retrospective.
Kimberly's soapstone sculpture will be featured in the student/alumni exhibit Bobzilla! The Legacy of Bob Lockhart, at Bellarmine University’s McGrath Gallery, November 7-December 13, 201. The Artists’ Public Reception will be December 5, 5-7PM. It is open and free to the public.
The exhibit was curated by former Lockhart student, Jessica Miller and the LVAA Exhibition Committee. Several works in the exhibition were produced expressly for this exhibition.
The Untold Tale of Bob Lockhart: A Retrospective is a series of three exhibitions, co-produced by the Louisville Visual Art Association, Bellarmine University and the University of Louisville Hite Art Institute. The other two exhibits are indicated in the schedule below.
All of Lockhart - The Louisville Visual Art Association’s PUBLIC Gallery, November 6-December 31, 2014 (Artist reception, open to public: November 21, 5-7PM).
The Sardonic Eye: Bob Lockhart in Context - Hite Art Institute Cressman Center for Visual Arts at the University of Louisville, November 14-December 21, 2014 (Artists’ Public Reception: November 21, 7-9PM).
All exhibits are open and free to the public.
"Imagination is Everything"