2nd Place Awards, 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

The following works were selected by our jurors for a 2nd Place Award:

Emotional Baggage by Iris Leedy (selected by Jeremy Friend)

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Persuasion I by Jeannine Dabb (selected by Susan Scofield)

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Congratulations Iris and Jeannine! Not only do you have a new line on your résumé, but you’ll also be receiving a $200 check in the mail. Woohoo!
Since Emotional Baggage is a 3D piece, here is some additional documentation:

Honorable Mention, 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Honorable Mention, 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

The following works were selected by our exhibition jurors Jeremy Friend (Graphic Design) and Susan Scofield (Fine Art) for an honorable mention:

Tied Up by Catherine Weaver (selected by Jeremy Friend)
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Bonnie & Clyde by Aaron Lewis (selected by Susan Scofield)
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Franklin’s Aromatic Wind Tonic by Jake Rafferty (selected by Jeremy Friend)IMG_5517

Infected Cash Cow by Liora Moshman (selected by Susan Scofield)
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Abstract Type Love by Rayne Sheffer (selected by Jeremy Friend)
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Separation by Jeannine Dabb (selected by Susan Scofield)
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Congratulations, students!

Third Place Awards are coming next …

Spring/Summer Schedule Adjustments

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the following changes have been made to the York College Galleries and Marketview Arts Spring/Summer 2020 exhibition schedule:

The Annual Juried Student Exhibition, which would have run from March 20 – April 8 in the York College Galleries on campus, has been cancelled. Images of work selected for the exhibition by jurors Jeremy Friend and Susan Scofield are being displayed online at https://www.instagram.com/yorkcollegegalleries/

Taring Padi: Art Smashing Tyranny, which would have run from March 24 – May 23 at Marketview Arts, has been postponed indefinitely. An announcement will be made if/when we are able to reschedule this exhibition.

The Fine Art & Graphic Design Spring Senior Exhibition is due to run from April 25 – May 9 in the York College Galleries on campus.  A site is being created for this exhibition online in the event that a physical exhibition is not possible. Further announcements regarding the timing and form of events related to the Senior Exhibition will be made in the coming weeks.

A Decade of Typorama, originally planned to run from May 27 – June 27 in the Brossman Gallery on campus, will be exhibited online instead.

Amber Wiesberg: Appell Fellowship Exhibition, originally planned to run from May 27 – June 27 in the Cora Miller Gallery on campus, will proceed as planned unless modifications to the schedule or location become necessary. Check back here for updates.

Leah Limpert Walt: Shadow Work, originally planned to run from June 5 – July 4 in the 1st Floor Gallery at Marketview Arts, will proceed as planned unless modifications to the schedule or location become necessary. Check back here for updates.

Skin, featuring the work of Osymn Oree, Ashley Moog Bowlsbey, June Yong Lee, originally planned to run from June 5 – July 4 in the 3rd Floor Gallery at Marketview Arts, will proceed as planned unless modifications to the schedule or location become necessary. Check back here for updates.

Announcement of Fine Art Selections by Juror Susan Scofield

The following works have been selected by juror Susan Scofield for the 2020 Juried Student Exhibition at York College:

Jeannine Dabb: Separation

Jeannine Dabb: Fed Hill by Moonlight #2

Talia Wilcox: Same Sex Marriage

Ryan Lewis: Escape Love

Ryan Lewis: Bonnie & Clyde

Austin Golt: Words Speak Louder

Keely Bluett: Cassie

Jeannine Dabb: Persuasion I

Allison Moats: Contour

Lily Streaker: Nostalgia

Kaitlynn Miller: Marine Pollution

Kaitlynn Miller: Water Pollution

Hannah Potts: What My People Did to the Promised Land

Liora Moshman: Infected Cash Cow

Rachel Barlow: Mushroom

Brianna Simms: Expression

Brianna Simms: Sunflower

James O’Shea: Duty Bound

Kaitlynn Miller: Wonderer

Rebecca Carter: Serenity

Rebecca Carter: Ethereal

Rebecca Carter: Altruistic

Jake Rafferty: Navigator

Nicole Sarge: Impact

Alex Grahe: Corrugated Gold

Stevie King: Transfiguration

Rebecca Carter: Desperation

Liora Moshman: Landscape of the Israeli-Jordanian Border

Molly Loy: Still Life Tea Pot & Fruit

Sydney Cashwell: Van Gogh Still Life

James O’Shea: Church view

Jack Korver: Portrait of a Woman

Jack Korver: Filtering

 

List of Selections by Graphic Design Juror Jeremy Friend for the 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Below is a list of works selected by Graphic Design Juror Jeremy Friend:

Lillia McGhee: Hunger Games

Ellen Korver: Positive Mental Attitude

Cailin Peters: Inktober 2019

Thomas Laskiewicz: Pop Shadow

Kevin Huber: Bucket

Mitchell Duvall: Roadlines

Colin Goode: Old Clock London

Minerva Carchi-Nieves: Chicano

Ellen Korver: Schwester

Jacob Klummer: Umstellen

Britney Dix: Three Little Birds

Britney Dix: Winding Roads

Jordan Thorpe: Scroll of Positivity

Austin Jarrett: Catching Feelings

Lillia McGhee: (De) Monetize

Genevieve Ryder: Let Me Speak on My Mental Health

Genevieve Ryder: The Birds and The Bee

James O’Shea: Free Man

James O’Shea: Untouchables

James O’Shea: Untitled

Rebecca Waugerman: Table for One

Julia Richter: 5 Things

Jake Rafferty: Imagination

Kevin Huber: Self Portrait

Liora Moshman: The Truth About Recycling

Sydney Cashwell: 298 W Jackson St

Sydney Cashwell: Hatred Bounces

Shayla Oerman: Hell is Empty

Shayla Oerman: Collaged Landscape

Stevie King: Confidence Poster

Natalie Spingler: Artists

Austin Golt: Violence Against War

Julia Richter: Laughter

Julia Richter: Hatred

Julia Richter: Meade’s Headquarters

Julia Richter: Lee’s Headquarters

Julia Richter: Light & Lace

Rebecca Keifer: Nuthatch

Rebecca Keifer: Secretary Bird

Rebecca Keifer: Swallow

Rebecca Keifer: Finch

Shayla Oerman: X Collage

Madison Gillespie: Doors (Series of Three)

Jake Rafferty: 5 Things Confident People Never Do

Jeannine Dabb: Fed Hill by Moonlight #1 and 3

Jena Bixler: Type Geek

Iris Leedy: Chill Out

Stevie King: Tea Time

Nicole Sarge: The Mash-Up

Tiara Perez: Wake From Death & Return to Life

Austin Golt: Radical

Kayleigh Schrader: Clockwork S

Kayleigh Schrader: Throttle

Tiara Perez: &T Chain

Payson Silvio: Songbird

Rebecca Carter: Son of Sneldon

Minerva Carchi-Nieves: Self Portrait

Mia Cundro: The Beatles

Rebecca Carter: Homemade

Rebecca Carter: Accepting

Ellen Korver: Petite Theodore: Colored Icon Series

Catherine Weaver: Tied Up

Rayne Sheffer: Confident Article

Chantrea Lilly: Tips to Build Confidence

Madison Gillespie: Children

Elaina Baughman: Seagulls
Elaina Baughman: SEE
Elaina Baughman: TimeStamp

Jake Rafferty: Franklin’s Aromatic Wind Tonic

Minerva Carchi-Nieves: Untitled (Alcohol Awareness poster)

Jena Bixler: Letterpress Mashup

Catherine Weaver: Flowers

Jena Bixler: Color My World

Jena Bixler: “The Office” quotes coasters

Kayleigh Schrader: Punny Coaster

Jake Rafferty: Rules By Which A Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One

Talia Wilcox: Type Cakes

Nicole Sarge: The Published Journal Entries

Hannah Potts: Savior of the Crown of Thorns

Hannah Potts: Bruadarach

Talia Wilcox: Sundays on T.V.

Britney Dix: Water & Fire

Shayla Oerman: Comic Book Coasters

J’von Weems: Everything Doubles as a Smoke Shop

J’von Weems: Everything Doubles as a Smoke Shop (Ultra Black Edition)

Molly Loy: Utopian Image

Hannah Potts: The Red Press

Nicole Sarge: Bullsh*t postcard

Natalie Spingler: The Wiki Alphabet

Genevieve Ryder: To Be Beautiful

Hannah Potts: I Thrive postcard

Hannah Potts: Finding Happiness
Hannah Potts: The Adventures of Dolle

Molly Loy: Dreams

Rayne Sheffer: Abstract Type Love

Collision – Deborah Dancy’s exhibition at Marketview Arts merges three different bodies of work

In Deborah Dancy’s work there is an undercurrent of nuance and tension, as if something is poised to happen. Paintings and drawings are constructed by tangential linear demarcations and erasures; abutting shapes and colors are inserted to provoke and entice, yet disrupt.

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Dancy’s paintings, drawings, artist books, photography and sculptural objects examine and mine abstraction’s potential to move across mediums and materials exploring subtlety and confrontation. She is a Guggenheim Fellow and Professor Emeritus at the University of Connecticut.

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Dancy’s solo exhibition in the 3rd Floor Gallery at Marketview Arts in downtown York (37 W Philadelphia St, York, PA 17401) runs from January 17 – March 14, 2020. She will be speaking about her work at Marketview Arts on March 12 at 5:30PM in the 3rd Floor Gallery Hall. Dancy will also serve as the Fine Art Juror for York College’s 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition. To learn more about Deborah Dancy and view more examples of her work please visit her website: https://www.deborahdancy.com/

Jerry’s Map is coming to York

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A portion of Jerry Gretzinger’s incredible, ever-growing fictional world is coming to York in two weeks. The map will be exhibited in the octagonal Brossman Gallery at York College, giving viewers an immersive experience. To learn more about the process and philosophy behind this project that began more than 45 years ago, listen to the artist himself discuss the project: https://vimeo.com/13596774

If you are interested in learning more, read this article from The Atlantic: http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/245858/the-mysterious-life-of-jerrys-map/

But if you want an opportunity to speak with the artist and ask him questions, don’t miss his lecture in DeMeester Recital Hall at 5:30PM on August 29: https://www.facebook.com/events/492468657988572/