AIN'T BAD MAGAZINE
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Pump Project, Austin, TX
East Austin Studio Tour Participant
Austin Bergstrom International Airport
Focusing on the intersection of art and design produced concurrently within the Austin community, Carry-Ons highlights a number of local contemporary artists and designers. Identifying commonalities in formal and stylistic properties between sculptures and design pieces, this exhibition is inspired by art works that have the potential to travel.
Carry Ons was curated by Phillip Niemeyer & Rachel Freeman of Northern-Southern and Audrey Molloy of ABIA. Installation design by Phillip Niemeyer, Cory Hurless (ABIA), and Audrey Molloy with assistance from Allie Mattson and Ethan Odness.
HUMAN AS OBJECT
Exploded View Gallery
The human body is often the subject of art, but it can also be the art object itself. Human As Object is an exhibition that features works of art developed by undergraduates and graduates enrolled in a Performance Art class at the University of Arizona School of Art. The exhibition will feature live performances, video documentation of performances, and other body-oriented video works.
Featuring work by:
DATE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12TH
TIME: 7:30PM to 9:30PM
LOCATION: EXPLODED VIEW GALLERY
197 E Toole
SPECIAL SCHEDULED EVENTS:
Performance by Sequoia Fisher and Alyssa Ferguson at 8 PM.
Performance by Juncong Mo at 8:15 PM.
Ongoing performance by Matthew Kennedy throughout.
MUCKRACKING IN THE BIG BACKYARD
This exhibition features work created by students at the University of Arizona’s School of Art. Showcasing a multitude of artworks by undergraduates and graduates alike, the works incorporate numerous approaches generated in two separate courses—an installation art course and a performance art course.
Although we live in a society where we have the luxuries of peace and relative economic stability, there remain numerous chronic problems regarding politics, religion, and a host of racial, gender, and economic inequities.
Our society is comprised of individuals whose life experiences are unique catalogues of events that shape how we each understand and engage one another and the world. Each artist in this exhibition isolates and amplifies issues and areas of inquiry that differ; however, they all share the impulse to dig introspectively, critically examine their surrounds, and illuminate foibles in order to become more self-aware with the impulse to communicate candidly with others.
Artists include: Alissa Neal, Alyssa Ferguson, Audrey Molloy, Galen Trezise, Hongli Mi , Isabella Colaianni, Juncong Mo, Katherine Killian, Matthew Kennedy, Nathan Taylor, Sequoia Fischer, Sicilia Cazares , Yucheng G.
Todd Walker Gallery
Todd Walker Gallery juried exhibition featuring selection of portraits from working series "Someone named Missy Stefano".
PICTURES IN A HOUSE
Photography exhibition featuring artists:
Ernesto Esquer, Joseph Fertitta, Paul Gordon, Aaron Jacobi, Stephanie Jiha, Audrey Molloy, Marie Rodriguez.
September 25, 2015
THIS IS IT
Fluzz Studio & Gallery
University of Arizona Advanced Photography presents This is It (2015), an exhibition featuring cumulative bodies of work from the Spring 2015 Advanced Photography class under the instruction of Frank Gohlke. Works include video, digital and analogue photography, and experimental photographic processes.
Rachel Daniels, Ernesto Esquer, Joseph Fertitta III, Arlene Islas, Stephanie Jiha, Audrey Molloy, Alicia Montaño, Marie Rodriguez, Mallory Shibe, Beatriz Verdugo.
May 7th-8th, 2015
The Loft Cinema, Tucson, AZ
“FILE>EXPORT / COMMAND Z” is a collection of video art created by nine artists enrolled at the University of Arizona School of Art. The works were generated for Associate Professor Gary Setzer’s studio art course, Artist's Video.
Ali Adams, Sequoia Fischer, Aidan Heigl, Matthew Kennedy, Maria Lloyd, Audrey Molloy, Isai Pacheco, Francisco Reynoso, Shawn Smith.
DISCLOSURES & REVELATIONS
Lionel Rombach Gallery
2015 University of Arizona Photography Division Exhibition, March 31 - April 9, 2015. Opening reception: April 2, 2015, 3:00pm - 5:00pm.
Gallery review for Abyss: The Pepetual Space (2014) by Victoria Periera, Arizona Daily Wildcat. Community art show hosted and curated by Audrey Molloy and Alyssa Ferguson.