Students in interdisciplinary art present two-day exhibit
Students in Alfred University’s (AU) Interdisciplinary Art (IART) program, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will be hosting an exhibition featuring their work in the Brick Studios, the Brick Residence Hall, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4 and 5 from noon-5 p.m. The show is open to the public free of charge.
The exhibit includes works of students in IART 101, taught by Dale Inglett, and IART 103, led by Laurel Jay Carpenter along with Beth Ann Dobie. Works on display include single-channel and large-scale installation video artworks and performance residue.
Inglett is associate professor of art. He received a master of fine arts degree in studio art from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia and a bachelor of fine arts degree in studio art from Augusta State University, Augusta, GA. His works have been shown in exhibitions and galleries across the United States; he has also received numerous grants and awards for his work, including a Strategic Opportunity Stipend from the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Carpenter is also an associate professor of art at AU. Focusing primarily on performance and performance installation art, she holds a master of fine arts degree in sculpture and performance from the University of Connecticut and a bachelor of arts degree in English literature and art history from Tufts University. Her work has been exhibited across Europe, including in Spain, Italy, Germany, and Norway.
Dobie currently serves as associate professor of art theory and chairman of the Human Studies Division.
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