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With Pen & Mouse: Drawings By Dr. Jennie Sweo in the Granberry Gallery

We welcome Dr. Jennie Sweo to the department by featuring a solo exhibition of her works With Pen & Mouse in the Granberry Gallery February 15-March 29, 2018. Dr. Sweo will give an artist talk and lecture on her works during the reception February 20 at 6pm. Dr. Sweo is serving her first year at Limestone after finishing her PhD in New Zealand. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact jsweo@limestone.edu or cford@limestone.edu.

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Professor Carolyn Ford Solo Exhibition in TN

Professor Carolyn Ford's work will be featured in a solo show entitled Storyteller at the Eoff Hall Gallery at Motlow State Community College in Tullahoma, Tennessee. This exhibition will feature over fifty ceramic carvings with newer works depicting the importance of home and heritage. "As a native Tennessean, I have grown to appreciate my roots infusing cultural traditions from middle Tennessee as well as new learned ideas from adventures abroad.

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Carolyn Ford, Professor of Art, to be featured in Southern Sampler: Contemporary Artists of the New South at the College of Brockport State University of New York in the Tower Fine Arts Gallery

Professor Carolyn Ford, Art Department Chair,  created thirteen new ceramic disk tiles specifically about her Tennessee heritage for a group exhibition entitled Southern Sampler: Contemporary Artists of the New South at the College of Brockport State University of New York. “There are three themes I explored: Southernisms, traditional southern skills, and the three parts of the state’s style of music.

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Art Professors Lead Trip to Spain and Portugal this Summer

Emily Tuttle  and Carolyn Ford to lead trip to Spain and Portugal this summer.

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Ford to be featured in SC Clay > Higher Ed Exhibition

Carolyn Ford, Professor of Art, to be featured in SC Clay > Higher Ed exhibition at Francis Marion University. This exhibit will feature 22 college and university ceramicists representing 14 state-wide institutions. “In this exhibit, I have put together five works representing influential travel locations including Bolivia, Italy, Greece, Mexico, and China. Each incorporate a reference to a historical work of art or monument juxtaposed to a personal tongue-in-cheek story or humorous element that made an impression.

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