“It’s Personal,” featuring zines, books, and more. On view from February 8 – March 15, 2019.
In “It’s Personal,” the artists use the unique qualities of sequencing, format, and multiples that zines and artists’ books allow as way to explore and share with a wide audience their interests, perspectives, longings, and questions.
The exhibition will run from February 8–March 15, 2019, with an artists’ talk in the Special Collections Research Center of Fenwick Library on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 3:00pm.
Learn more at http://fenwickgallery.gmu.edu/exhibits/personal.
Have you had a chance to visit [Land]scape, our current exhibition of graduate work? We’re giving you a new year’s gift of time! The exhibition has been extended through Friday, February 1. You can visit Fenwick Gallery any time during Fenwick Library’s open hours (now back to the regular semester schedule).
Call & Response is an annual exhibition of collaborations between writers and visual artists, in which ones calls and one responds. The result is a dynamic set of paired works of words and artistic media that resonate and speak to contemporary issues. The theme for the twelfth annual Call & Response is Borders.
Call & Response: Borders will be on display from Wednesday, October 10 – Sunday, November 18, 2018 in Fenwick Gallery. An opening reception and panel discussion with the artists is scheduled for Wednesday, October 10 at 1:30pm, during the Fall for the Book Festival on Mason’s Fairfax campus.
Learn more about this exhibition at http://fenwickgallery.gmu.edu/exhibits/borders
Mark your calendars! Opening on April 16, Origins is an exhibition from the Mason MFA Printmaking collective, ELEMENTS, and examines creation myths focusing on the genesis of man, the material world, and the role of divine beings.
Learn more about Origins on our exhibitions page.
Deconstructing traditional writing systems and letter forms, artist Kate Fitzpatrick invents her own written language as meditation. The work unveils a realm of streaming consciousness, forming a mantra of the artist, while the structure of the page invites the viewer to search for the familiar and reflect on the unknown.
On display now through March 16, 2018. Join us on Wednesday, March 7 for an artist’s talk with Fitzpatrick and curator Jennifer Lillis. Learn more and see a full artist’s statement on our Exhibits page.