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April Issue 2004
Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC, Features New Exhibits
Theatre Art Galleries (TAG) in High Point, NC, offers four new exhibits featuring works by Jeff Murphy, Cynthia Aldrich, Rod Slate, and of area middle and high school students. All exhibition will be on view through Apr. 16, 2004.
Selections from Leap of Faith and Ceremonial Spaces, is an exhibit featuring stunning, complex digital images by Jeff Murphy, Assistant Professor of Electronic Media at UNC- Charlotte. The exhibit will be on view in TAG's Main Gallery.
Murphy earned his BFA from Ohio State and his MFA from University of Florida. Last year, he was awarded a Summer Research Grant to continue his series Ceremonial Spaces, including composite images created from digital photographs of Mayan ruins. The series Leap of Faith feature majestic architectural imagery from travels in Italy. Murphy's solo exhibitions include being part of the New Frontiers series at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC.
Durham, NC, sculptor, Cynthia Aldrich, will present a ceramic installation entitled, Bearing Witness: Women Victims of War, in TAG's upstairs Gallery B.
Aldrich received a BS in Chemistry from Allegheny College but then extensively studied ceramics for the next several years. She has been awarded Emerging Artist Grants from the Durham Art Council. This installation is a tribute to all women who have suffered in any war, at anytime, in-any place.
Photographs by Thomasville, NC, artist, Rod Slate, will show recent work in TAG's Hallway Gallery.
TAG's Annual Student Show, artwork from twelve area middle and high schools is featured in Kaleidoscope Youth Gallery. The theme this year is "Autobiographical Stories" and TAG-into-the-Schools artist, Nicole Arnold judges the show. Ribbons and art books are awarded and certificates are given to all participants.
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