Ciel Gallery unveils fall exhibit
CHARLOTTE – Ciel Gallery’s Fall National Juried Exhibition “I Spy” showcases works by artists across the U.S. who provide a raw, up-close and personal glimpse into how they really see and interpret the world. The exhibition opens Oct. 6 and continues through Oct. 28.
A blind panel reviewed 268 entries from 146 artists representing 15 states and 44 pieces were selected to exhibit. Themes of the natural world, human moments, oddities and curiosities are interpreted in a variety of scale and media such as oil, acrylic, digital, stoneware, jewelry, beadwork, mosaic, photography, lithography, sculpture, fiber and gaming screens.
Lee Baumgarten, executive director at The Civic & Cultural Arts Center in Pineville, will judge the exhibit. Winners will be announced at a special reception on Oct. 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the gallery, located at 128 E. Park Ave.
Festival blends dance, film
CHARLOTTE – Moving 24fps, the only weekend-long, festival-style screendance project in the U.S., is coming to Charlotte from Oct. 19 to 22.
Entering its second year, Moving 24fps brings film and dance makers together to craft new work in a single weekend.
This joint venture between Carlos Funn and North Carolina native, Marcus White promotes diverse and inclusive stories that speak to our humanity and address the most current, and relevant issues of 2017.
Drawing on the concept of a 48 hour film festival, Moving 24fps compels dance and film creatives to come together in a ‘pressure cooker’ situation to create in a collaborative process across medium.
Films will be screened at the completion of the weekend in a public forum on Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at C3 Lab.
Interested artists can register for participation at www.moving24fps.com.
discussion about their creative process, including the challenges, ideas and revelations that propelled their work.
Charlotte is Moving 24fps’ second stop on its 2017 tour after a weekend in Detroit.