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Art Over Easy

Art Over Easy, the annual art auction and show hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Art and Design, is back for the 14th year with new and exciting features for all local art lovers.

The fundraising event is set for 7-10 p.m. on Dec. 7 at the Surplus Gallery, the main gallery in the Glove Factory. A unique display of art from local artists, talented faculty and graduate students will transform the gallery, while live music and refreshments will make the evening a fun event. 

Reception, music and auctions

This year, Art Over Easy will include several new elements to compliment the traditional components of the popular event. A special VIP reception, beginning at 7 p.m. will provide access to an exclusive artist reception with the faculty and artists who contributed to the event. 

The event will also feature jazz music by Isaac Lausell, of the SIU Music program, along with hors d’oeuvres from local vendors and wine from local wineries. Original artwork from faculty, students and community members will be part of the silent auction, while the live auction will provide opportunities for participants to bid on art, and scholarships. 

An Art Exchange Gallery will also feature artwork and merchandise for sale at one price instead of bidding.

Tickets available now

Tickets are available at the door, or online. The VIP tickets are $50, with doors opening at 7 p.m., while general admission is $30, with doors opening at 8 p.m. All proceeds from the gala support the ongoing research and creative activity of talented current and former faculty and students, equipment upgrades, and facility needs of the School of Art and Design. 

Community partners of the annual event include Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH), the Neighborhood Co-op Grocery, SIU Credit Union, The Bank of Carbondale, Silkworm and Southern Illinois Recycling Center. Those interested in joining as a sponsor of the event should contact Robert A. Lopez at roblopez@siu.edu or 618/453-7752.


MFA Thesis Preview Show

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Each year, the University Museum invites the current group of Master of Fine Arts degree candidates to give the public a preview of what they’ll be showing in their thesis exhibits in the Spring. This year 7 artists are participating from several artistic disciplines including metals, 2D (painting, drawing, printmaking), and ceramics.
This year’s MFA Thesis Preview Show runs October 30th to December 1st in the SIU University Museum’s South Central Corridor Gallery. A reception for the artists is scheduled for Friday, November 16th, from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Artists in the show included: Shelly Cournoyer, Ann Dawkins, Johnny Hammond, Rebecca Howe, Philip Ragan, Justin Smith, Kristen Walk.

Questions about the exhibition or the School of Art and Design’s MFA program, please contact Mark Pease, Head of Graduate Studies, markpease@siu.edu, 618-453-3260.


Critical Forum Presents: C4 Juried Exhibition
Juror: Brian Jobe

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Open Gallery hours:
Tuesday, October 30th- Friday, November 2nd
2pm-6pm

Reception:
Friday November 2nd, 5pm-8pm

Surplus Gallery
432 S. Washington Street
Carbondale, IL 62901


Critical Forum Presents: Brian Jobe Lecture

Monday, October 29th @ 6pm
Guyon Auditorium in the Morris Library

Brian Russell Jobe (American, b. 1981) is an artist, educator, independent curator, and non-profit co-director based in Nashville, TN. Jobe's studio practice is focused on sculpture, installation, and public art. His solo exhibitions/ projects have been on view at venues such as Mixed Greens Gallery (New York, NY), Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum (San Antonio, TX), the University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY), the University of Tennessee College of Architecture + Design (Knoxville, TN), and the McNay Art Museum (San Antonio, TX). Born in Houston, Texas and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Jobe received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in 2004 and Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2006. After living in Brooklyn, NY for a time, he relocated with his wife, painter Carolyn Jobe, to Tennessee. In 2015, Brian and Carolyn Jobe founded Locate Arts, an organization that connects and promotes contemporary visual art in Tennessee. Presently, he is the Co-Executive Director of Locate Arts + Seed Space. He also teaches art courses at Lipscomb University.


The Graduate Association of Painters and Printmakers Presents:
In the Meantime.......

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Gallery Hours:
Monday- Friday
November 12th-16th
11am-1pm

Closing Reception:
Friday, November 16th
6pm-8pm

Surplus Gallery
432 S. Washington Street
Carbondale, IL 62901


MERGE 

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November 4th-10th
Collaborative Ceramics Exhibition between SIU and SIUE

Gallery hours:
Tuesday, Nov. 6th - Thursday Nov. 8th, 11am-4pm

Reception:
November 9th 6pm-8pm


C4 Juried Exhibition 2018
Call for Entries

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C4 is excited to announce an open call for entries to the 12th Annual Juried Exhibition. The event is open to undergraduate and graduate students of SIU, as well as the Carbondale community. The exhibition will be Tuesday October 30th - Friday November 2nd, 2018 in the Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory. The closing reception and awards ceremony will be on Friday, November 2, 2018 from 5-8pm with awards to be announced at 6:45pm.

This year’s juror is Brian Jobe. Brian has taught at colleges and universities throughout Tennessee and Texas for eleven years. He previously worked at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, NY and the Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio, TX. He is a sculptor and exhibits his work nationally. In 2015, Brian and Carolyn Jobe founded Locate Arts, an organization that connects and promotes contemporary visual art in Tennessee. Presently, he is the Co-Executive Director of Locate Arts + Seed Space. He also teaches art courses at Lipscomb University.

An entry fee of $20 will permit you to submit three pieces and additional entries will be accepted at $5 per submission, (up to six entries total). $500 in cash prizes and awards will be given to graduate, undergraduate, and community categories. All entries must be dropped o in person between Wednesday, October 24 through Saturday, October 27 during the times noted below. The exhibition is open to all media and the event is free and open to the public.

Please contact william.sieber@siu.edu with any questions.

Drop Off: 10/24-10/27
W 4-9pm, Th 9am-2pm, F 9am-6pm, Sa 10am-6pm
Glove Factory Lobby | 432 S. Washington, Carbondale, IL

C4 is the creative arts RSO committed to the advancement of Sculpture and all artistic endeavors, as well as the promotion of interdisciplinary communication throughout the School of Art and Design and SIU. 


The Great Glass Pumpkin Patch - Saturday October 20th 

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Join us October 20th for The Great Glass Pumpkin Patch, each pumpkin has been crafted by undergraduate and graduate student alike since 2006. With about 400-600 pumpkins and a live glass-blowing demonstration, this time honored fall tradition is guaranteed to be fun for the whole family.

Southern Glass Works, the glass art student organization, will give the proceeds directly to further the students craft.

580 W. Grand Ave, Carbondale
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 


Empty Bowls - Art for your table, food for the community - Saturday October 20th

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Empty Bowls is an event where art meets hunger, compassion & advocacy; where talented art students create beautiful ceramic bowls & offer them for a small price ranging from $10-$15. 

Join us on October 20th at the Neighborhood Co-op to purchase your own hand-crafted bowl & enjoy a warm cup of delicious soup donated by the Co-op. All donations go to Good Samaritan House in Carbondale, IL to support their efforts in feeding those in the local community who might otherwise go without food.

1815 W. Main Street-Carbondale
11am - 1pm


MFA Annual Open Studio - Friday October 19th

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Graduate students in the School of Art and Design MFA programs will open their studios to students, faculty, and guests for the annual Open Studio on October 19th starting at 4pm in the Glove Building. Enjoy meeting with artists and designers, talk about work, see new equipment, and visit studios at SIU Carbondale's School of Art and Design. 

PAINTING, DRAWING, PRINTMAKING, SCULPTURE
Glove Building (432 S. Washington Ave.)
4 pm 

GLASS, METALS, CERAMICS
Pulliam Industrial Wing (580 W. Grand Ave.) 
5 pm 

DESIGN
Pulliam Design Wing (555 Clocktower Dr.) 
6 pm 

COOKOUT
Pulliam Hall (In-between) Industrial and Pulliam Design wings
6:30 pm 

All are welcome to attend.


Veterans Art Exhibition Call for Entry

Submissions are currently needed for the Third Biennial "Weapons of Mass Creation" Veteran Art Show.

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To submit and entry for this event by September 5th, 2019, please use the downloadable PDF form.

Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Exhibition Dates:
Sept 10th through Sept 14th, 2018


Senior Exhibition Spring 2018

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Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Exhibition Dates:
May 8th through May 12th, 2018

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday, May 8th through Friday May 11th, 12pm-4pm

Closing Reception:
Saturday, May 12th, 11am-1:30pm

View Exhibition Flyer (PDF)


MFA Thesis Exhibitions:
AYAKO KURIMOTO "MANIFOLD" AND BRIAN LATHAN "POSTERIORI"

Kurimoto and Lathan art exhibitsSurplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Exhibition Dates: April 30th through May 4th, 2018

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday, 12pm-4pm

Closing Reception:
Friday, May 4th, 4pm-8pm













Scupltures

MFA Thesis Exhibitions:
JAM LOVELL "RETURNING WHAT I BORROWED" AND DANIEL ROHR "DIE-KEA"

Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Exhibition Dates: April 23rd – April 27th, 2018

Gallery Hours:
April 23rd, 10am – 2pm
April 24th, 2pm – 8pm
April 25th, 12am – 2pm, 3pm – 6pm
April 26th, 2pm – 8pm

Closing Reception:
Friday, April 27th, 2pm – 8pm


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MFA Thesis Exhibitions:
Addison deLisle "Isthmus," Eunsil Leem "Truth is Invisible," and Kit Paulson "The Magpie Museum of Disorderly Inquiry"

Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Gallery Hours:
April 16th, 10am - 2pm
April 18th, 11:30am – 2:30pm
April 20th, 11:00am - 2pm

Reception hours:
April 20th, 5pm - 7pm


Ireys and Woolsey Exhibitions

MFA Thesis Exhibitions:
Nicholas Ireys "Developed Uncertainty" and Kari Woolsey "Leavings and Staying"

Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory
432 S. Washington Ave.

Exhibition Dates:
April 2nd through April 6th, 2018
Gallery Hours: Monday - Thursday, 2pm-4pm

Reception: Friday, April 6th, 6pm-8pm


2nd Year MFA Graduate Review/Exhibition

February 27-March 2, 2018
Surplus Gallery
432 S Washington St, Carbondale, IL 62901

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday (Feb 27) and Wednesday (Feb 28): 12pm-3pm
Thursday (Mar 1) 12pm-4pm

Closing Reception: Mar 2, 6pm-8pm


1st Year MFA Review/Exhibition

February 20-23, 2018
Glove Factory, Surplus Gallery
432-498 S Washington St, Carbonale, IL 62901

Closing Reception: Feb 23, 6pm-9pm


Love At The Glove has returned!

Submission is open to students, faculty and community artists.

Entry is $5/piece and includes admission for 1 to the Event

Drop-off 2/13/18, 1pm-7pm

Event Friday 2/16/18
Surplus Gallery- 432 S. Washington St.


2017 Fall Iron Pour

Saturday, November 11th, 2017

Event begins at 12pm until done.

Sculpture Art Foundry
1520-1560 West Pleasant Hill Road
Carbondale, IL.

image of iron pourPlease join us at the Fall Cast Iron Event. The Sculpture Program is proud to host guest artists from the Paducah School of Art & Design and Washington University. This event is free and open to the public. Everyone is welcomed to participate by purchasing scratch blocks to create a personalized artwork that will be poured during the event.

Rain dates: November 12th or November 18th.

Contact Carey Netherton for details: cnetherton@siu.edu
http://cola.siu.edu/artanddesign/about-us/specializations/sculpture.php


Surplus Gallery Opening

Surplus Gallery Exhibition:
"Opening"

Presented by the Graduate Association of Painters and Printmakers

Surplus Gallery at the Glove Factory

432 S. Washington Ave.
November 5th - 18th, 2017
Hours: Monday - Friday 11AM - 3PM

Reception: Friday, November 17th, 6 - 8PM


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2017 SIMS Conference

Friday - Saturday, October 27-28, 2017

The Southern Illinois Metalsmiths Society (SIMS) will host its annual conference and fine art auction Friday, October 27th and Saturday, October 28th. This year's visiting artists are James Austin and Lee Sauder.

The conference is open to the public. Registration at the door costs $35 and includes dinner and entry to the auction. The public demonstration is free for SIU students.

SIMS is a student organization in Blacksmithing and Metalsmithing program at SIU.

Learn more at: www.simssiu.com

SIMS Schedule of Events:

Public Demonstration
Saturday, October 28th, 2017, 9am - 4pm

Pulliam Industrial Wing

Fine Art Auction
Saturday, October 28th, 2017

The Warehouse at 17th Street BBQ
32 N. 17th St. Murpysboro

Visiting Artists Lecture: James Austin and Lee Sauder
Friday, October 27, 2017, 7pm

The University Museum

Form, Forge, Fabricate: National Juried Student Exhibition
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct 27, 2017, 4pm

The University Museum


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Empty Bowls 2017

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21ST, 2017, 11am - 1pm

Empty Bowls is an event where art meets hunger, compassion & advocacy; where talented art students create beautiful ceramic bowls & offer them for the small price of from $10-$15.

All proceeds go to Good Samaritan House in Carbondale, IL to support their efforts in feeding those in the local community who might otherwise go without food.

Join us at the Neighborhood Co-op (1815 W Main St - Murdale Shopping Center) to purchase your own Hand-crafted bowl & enjoy a warm cup of delicious soup donated by the Co-op while considering the less fortunate.

Learn more at: facebook.com/events/1701449209896494/


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Annual Open Studio

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, 2017, 3-8 PM

MFA students in the School of Art and Design will host visitors, faculty, friends and community members in their studios and through out the Art and Design buildings. Snacks and refreshments will be served in each area. Everyone is invited to walk through and meet graduate students and see their artwork, observe work in progress, and watch studio demonstrations. The event will be followed by a reception and cookout in the Glove Factory Surplus Gallery as well as a display of faculty work. See maps below.

Schedule of events:

3 PM - FOUNDRY (sculpture)
1506 W. Pleasant Hill Rd.

3:30 PM - PULLIAM (glass, metals, ceramics, SAM lab)
580 W. Grand Ave - Pulliam Industrial
555 Clocktower Dr. - Pulliam Design

5 PM GLOVE FACTORY (painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture)
432 S. Washington Ave.

6 PM GLOVE FACTORY (faculty show and cookout)
432 S. Washington Ave.

Click links/icons below for downloadable PDF maps of North & South Campus:

  North Campus Map (pdf)                              
South Campus Map (pdf)
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