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Carolyn Ford Exhibits at Waterworks Center for Visual Arts

Carolyn Ford, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting her works in Woodson and Osborne galleries at Waterworks Center for Visual Arts. The collective theme for all galleries is Architecture and History. Ford’s exhibit will be a continuation of her Go To and Go By series. This show will be on display from September 2017- February, 2018. The reception will be September 15 from 6-8pm. Waterworks is one of the 12 accredited museums in NC and is located in Salisbury, NC. 

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Jennie Sweo Published!

Jennie Sweo’s research was accepted into the Leonardo Abstracts Service (LABS). It is a comprehensive database of thesis abstracts on topics that intersect art, science and technology. Her dissertation abstract was one of several that were chosen this year to be published in their database (out of several hundred only 44 were chosen—she is one of the 44). Leonardo is a high ranked peer reviewed Journal run by MIT Press.

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Spain: Land of Many Cultures

Spain and Portugal 2018

The Art Department will be hosting a trip though EF to Spain and Portugal. All majors and professors are invited to join. This trip will include art, architecture, culture, cuisine, music, dance, and more. There is even an option to learn how to cook a traditional Spanish meal. For more information, please contact or

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Ford in Juried Exhibit

Professor Carolyn Ford's pieces selected in the Juried Show in Tennessee

Carolyn Ford, Professor of Art, had five pieces selected in the juried Alums: A Celebration show at MTSU highlighting graduates from 1982-2012. One of her pieces was selected for the postcard/digital invite. Carolyn Ford has been a member of the Limestone Art Department since 2003 and has served as Chair of the Department since 2010. The exhibition will be on display in the Todd Gallery from August 31-September 20, 2017. The reception will be held August 31 from 5:30-7pm. 

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Emergent: A Lily Pad Installation by Christina Laurel Now on Display

Emergent: A Lily Pad Installation by Christina Laurel is on display at the Granberry Gallery.

"The lily pad is a living entity whose roots are submerged in the earth, but whose growth propels it through water to emerge into the air above. It is a motif ripe with symbolism.

The dimensional lily pads are crafted with two different weights of Japanese shoji paper, sewn at the seams. They float above the cradled-wood panels - “water” - on whose surface are applied digital prints of an original collage, as well as lily-pad silhouette washi.

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