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GreenHill 200 North Davie Street, Box No. 4 Greensboro Cultural Center Greensboro, NC 27401 www.GreenHillNC.org Published in conjunction with the FY2019 program schedule FEB - JUL 2019 | Your Guide to All Things GreenHill GreenHill All artwork ÂŠthe Artists ÂŠ2019 GreenHill All rights reserved. This publication is protected by copyright. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any other information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the copyright holder.
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feb - jul 2019 INTRODUCTION EXHIBITIONS ARTISTS SHOP STUDIOS PA R T I E S + R E N TA L S F I R S T F R I DAY SUPPORTERS
INTRODUCTION A N O T E O F W EL C O M E Welcome to 2019 and a new year at GreenHill. We have just the ticket for you for the next six months. February is blustery and cold when some like it hot. We will have you all warmed up with Art on the Rocks Redux. A fun and easy evening of spicy cocktails (and mocktails), tasty nibbles with a bite, and fun games the in the gallery that will entice you to learn more about our Two Artist | One Space artists and your own inner artist. March can be dreary and cold, but we will lighten your load with our Connecting the Dots luncheon where we will make a case for the arts and why it is essential to have great arts and cultural organizations in your city to help it thrive. Bob Bertges who is a friend and corporate leader at Wells Fargo, has agreed to share his wisdom about making sure a city has the foundational cornerstones of art and culture that attract and retain businesses and a talented workforce which are necessary for a healthy and vibrant city. April showers, you say? Not with singer William Nesmith, who will be performing in the gallery the First Friday in Aprilâ€Śhis sound will blow you away, and sunny skies will prevail. May offers such SWEET delights! A wonderfully different exhibition, with artists who use food and confection to mix it up to intrigue, educate and inspire the viewer to think a little bit differently about food, packaging, and habits we all have around what we eat. June is almost beach time, and undoubtedly, kid time. So we are just in time for Summer Camps at GreenHill. From paint party to Bon ARTppetit, to Messy Hands, kids four to rising sixth graders can have a summer full of creative fun, and the mess stays here! July is a time of change, and for us, that is, Constant/Change, with eight outstanding emerging artists. We donâ€™t know what will be in the show yet because they are all bringing new work to exhibit in this celebration of the best of North Carolina art. But to be sure, it will be a must-see. There is something for everyone, and for the next six months, we invite you to come and test it out at GreenHill! Laura Way Executive Director + CEO
EXHIBITIONS GreenHill exhibitions advance creative and inclusive thinking by connecting today’s contemporary artists with individuals and communities in unexpected and stimulating ways. Each year GreenHill presents over 150 consequential North Carolina artists from the local, national, and international art scene through our curated, invitational and juried exhibitions. Encouraging diversity of thought and approach, GreenHill’s exhibitions range from retrospectives to small and large group shows focused on theme or medium. GreenHill’s exhibition gallery is a world-class, light-filled space that welcomes all viewers to take time to contemplate, engage, or just be inspired.
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tuesday - THURSDAY + SATURDAY: 12 pm - 5 pm friday: 10 am - 7 PM sunday: 2 pm - 5 pm adm ission: $5/person (suggested)
evolution: seagrove pottery
Andrew Dutcher | David Fernandez | Meredith Heywood Fred Johnston | Hitomi Shibata | Takuro Shibata February 1 – April 14, 2019 GreenHill and the North Carolina Pottery Center present a group exhibition of ceramic work by contemporary potters from the handmade pottery capital of the United States: Seagrove. The North Carolina Pottery Center’s mission is sharing North Carolina’s clay stories, past and present. This exhibition will bring the stories of Seagrove pottery to Greensboro, North Carolina.
UP COMIN G PROGRAM S Evolution of the Seagrove Area Pottery Scene Thursday, February 21 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm Join GreenHill and the North Carolina Pottery Center for an evening talk by Lindsey Lambert, Executive Director of the North Carolina Pottery Center.
Tile by Meredith Heywood
two artists | one space: cathy mc lau r i n | dan e w i n k le r feb 1 - apr 14, 2019 Concurrent one-person exhibitions by Cathy McLaurin and Dane Winkler ask us to question â€œwhat is authentic?â€? as they investigate the ways people define a sense of belonging to a particular place. Both artists are excavators, mining the often overlooked histories of areas where the economic train has moved on, who uncover repositories of heritage, history and value.
UP COM ING PR OGRAM S Artist Walk-through Tour + opening reception Friday, feb 8 | 5:30-7:00 PM Cathy McLaurin will conduct a walk-through tour of her multi-media projects. Following the tour, join us for the opening reception of the exhibition. Artist talk with dane winkler Wednesday, march 13 | 5:30-6:30 PM Join us for an artist talk by sculptor Dane Winkler, who will discuss his scuptural installations made from reclaimed barn lumber, lard, and bails of straw.
Top: Dane Winkler, A-L-I-C-E, 2014, fabricated patinaed steel, AC motor, raw sheep wool, 112 x 109 x 109 inches Bottom: Cathy McLaurin, The North Wind and the Sun, 2011-on going, mixed media wall drawing, variable dimensions
sweet MAY 3 - JULY 14, 2019 Sweet and processed foods are the subject of works by artists Kristen Baumlier-Faber, Rachel Campbell, Stacy Crabill, Robin Frohardt, Ed Bing Lee, Jillian Oul, Bethany Pierce and Paul Rousso.
UP COM ING PR OGRAM S Opening Reception + first friday Friday, May 3 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM Free admission. Sweet treats and cash bar. FRIDAY NIGHT STUDIOS | FOCUS ON FOOD FridayS, May 10 - JULY 12 | 5:00 - 7:00 PM Join us for health and nutrition workshops and participate in food preparation and cooking demonstrations. Pay what you wish admission. Art & Dialogue : Designer Foods Wednesday, May 15 | 5:30-6:30 PM Learn more about how food scientists utilize research to “design” flavors for foods such as soda, pizza and chocolate. Free admission. Art & Dialogue : Marketing Taste Wednesday, May 22 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM Join marketing expert Kat van Fossen in a discussion on how foods are presented to the consumer. Free admission. Artist Talk with Rachel Campbell and Bethany Pierce Wednesday, May 29 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM Walk-through tour by Kristen Baumlier-Faber Friday, June 7 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM Join us in the gallery for walk through tour of “Bliss” Kristen Baumlier-Faber’s installation on salty, sweet and fat foods. Free admission. Play with your Food, a food and art party for sweet-lovers of all ages Saturday, July 13 | 4:00 - 7:00 PM Join us for cake decorating demonstrations, still-life painting, vegetable carving, cupcake contests, Food Font workshop, bicycle smoothies, and more in the gallery and studios at GreenHill.
Top: Kristen Baumlier Faber, Food Font Bottom: Bethany Pierce, I Scream, You Scream, 2017, oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches
con s tant / c h an g e JULY 26 - SEPTEMBER 8, 2019 GreenHill is featuring eight outstanding emerging artists from North Carolina. This juried exhibition will celebrate the wide-range of artistic pursuits and formal excellence of North Carolina artists, with each of the final eight artists having over 500 square feet to showcase their work. Selected artists will be listed on GreenHillâ€™s website after February 1st.
UP COMIN G PR OGRAM S Opening Reception Friday, JULY 26 | 5:30-7:30 PM Artist Round Table Wednesday, August 28 | 5:30-6:30 PM Join participating artists as they discuss their work and professional trajectories with Edie Carpenter, Director of Curatorial & Artistic Programs and Jonell Logan, Independent Curator and jury member for Constant/Change. Free and open to the public. All applicants for the exhibition are welcome to attend.
Kenny Nguyen, Silk Piece No. 20, side view, 2018 hand cut silk, acrylic, canvas, pins, 89 x 165 inches
artists All artists exhibited at GreenHill are significantly involved in the North Carolina arts community. Some of the artists we work with are born and raised in North Carolina, while others chose to live, work, or study in our state. Supporting these artists is the core of our mission. We exist to strengthen their careers creatively and financially. We recognize the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary art and advocate to expand support of all artistsâ€”dancers, musicians, poets, and moreâ€”because we are committed to the idea that a thriving arts community is essential to the well-being of North Carolinaâ€™s culture and economy.
o p e n nc a rt r e v i e w OPEN NC ART REVIEW The Open NC Art Review is a professional development program for artists. Artists present 15 images of current artwork during a five minute slideshow and get feedback from GreenHillâ€™s Director of Curatorial & Artistic Programs, Edie Carpenter, and other arts professionals.
PRESENTATION FORMAT | PECHA KUCHA GreenHill uses a pecha kucha format, a simple presentation format in which each artist presents 15 images of their work. The images uploaded through the JotForm registration link will advance automatically every 20 seconds as each artist presents, allowing for a five minute presentation (20 seconds of dialogue for each slide).
Upcoming Dates Saturday, March 23, 2019 | 2-4 PM (Deadline to apply March 15, 2019) Saturday, August 17, 2019 | 2-4 PM (Deadline to apply August 10, 2019)
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g e n e r a l s u b m i s s ion s submit online GreenHillâ€™s mission is to exhibit the work of North Carolina artists living and working in the state. Exceptions are made for artists who have worked extensively in the state and maintain significant ties. Edie Carpenter, Director, Artistic & Curatorial Programs, develops exhibitions two to three years in advance. Artist selections are made to fit the scope of exhibition plans. Large group and small group shows alternate with solo exhibitions. Attention is also given to representing a variety of artistic mediums. We accept submissions from artists to exhibit on an ongoing basis and continuously scout for artists to feature in our exhibitions. Generally, GreenHill is looking for adept technical ability, accomplishment, innovation, visual appeal, and thoughtful content. The artists featured at GreenHill tend to be - but not always - professional artists who derive a portion of their income from producing artwork. We often place new artists in our annual Winter Show group exhibition or in our shop.
Paula Montgomery, Daffsâ€™n Such, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches
p o p - u p r e s id e nc y POP-UP RESIDENCY GreenHill’s Pop-Up Residency is a 10-day program in which selected North Carolina artists create and showcase their works in the studios. A Pop-Up Residency is perfect for the artist who enjoys interaction with visitors and likes to engage in active conversations about creative practices. Applications are accepted on an on-going basis. A materials stipend of $200 is provided for each selected artist as well as access to some of the resources of the studios.
Sarah George-Waterfield February 20 – March 1 Sarah, a Midwestern transplant to North Carolina, made her way to Chapel Hill after graduating from Vanderbilt with degrees in English, History, and Political Science. Working with paper-made textile and written-on fabric, Sarah will create an art installation from text and textiles, exploring how memory, gender, kinship, and labor get lodged into warps and wefts.
Micah Daw May 29 – June 7 A new addition to the Greensboro artist community by the way of Florida, artist and art educator Micah brings us paintings covered with bright colors and bold shapes creating compositions that offer conflicting illusions of space, time, perception, and existence.
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shop GreenHill offers fine and functional artwork for purchase all year round. In our shop, you can find original artwork, artisan kitchen and tableware, handmade home dĂŠcor, and one of a kind jewelry by more than 100 North Carolina artists. You are sure to find pieces with personality and local flair that suit any budget or occasion.
From top Elena Bondar of Trende â€˜Femme, Adrienne Eliades, Ron Philbeck, and Emily Triplett
studios GreenHillâ€™s studios are dynamic, hands-on spaces with artmaking tools and supplies, from clay to recycled materials, readily available to spark your imagination in our self-driven environment. We encourage all visitors, children and adults alike, to have fun, explore and express ideas through their own works of art. Our studios are welcoming and community-building, where children and families can make art together and make new friends. Gallery Connection projects in the studios are integrated with the exhibition program, introducing visitors to themes and processes found in artwork in the gallery and shop. Daytime hours are focused primarily on children and families, but adults have programs geared toward their creative development and enjoyment too. The studios are open for children and families during regular operating hours.
tuesday - THURSDAY + SATURDAY: 12 pm - 5 pm friday: 10 am - 7 PM adm ission: $6/person
f rid a y M O R N I N GS e a r ly b i r d f r i days June 14 - august 23 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM During the summer enjoy a self-guided artmaking experience in the studios and take time to view the current exhibition in the gallery. Perfect for ages 1 and up and cost is $6.00 per person or free for Household Members adn above.
ma s t e r p i e c e f r i days NOW - JUNE 7 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Story-time, artmaking and a “lollipop” tour of GreenHill’s most current exhibition are in store for you each Friday morning at 11:00 AM during the school year. Activities are perfect for ages one to five. $6.00 per person or free for Household Members and above.
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f rid a y EVE N I N GS FRI DAY N IGH T S T U D I O S EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT | 5:00 - 7:00 PM Each Friday join us for “pay what you wish admission.” What does pay what you wish mean? We suggest you start at a penny but support us with whatever amount you wish! A gift no matter how small or large makes a difference and helps sustain the programs of GreenHill.
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ya k y O U N G A R T IS T k o l l e ct i v e february - may 2019 An interactive themed-based educational program where young artists problem solve, use exciting new art materials, look at and learn about North Carolina art and artists, and meet fellow artists. During this session we will have a series of STEAM-related projects where YAK members will learn about the magic of chemistry and physics to create unique works of art. Meetings are held 4:00-5:15 PM on the first Tuesday of the month for K-2nd graders and the second Tuesday for 3rd-6th. Each four-month session (one meeting per month) is $35. (registrations also available for sep - dec 2019)
february | SUNPRINTS Make your own sun prints, aka cyanotypes, and learn why this simple process is so magical.
march | paper clay Create mushy, gushy paper clay using glue, tissue paper and other non-toxic ingredients and make a paper sculpture.
april | chromatography Discover why leaves turn different colors in the fall and learn about chromatography, the science of color.
june | Tempera Paint Pour Itâ€™s all the rage! Try out this non-toxic version of paint pouring that is sure to delight. Mix and pour to create unique marbleized patterns.
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w or k s h o p s REL A X A N D M A KE S O M E T HI N G GreenHillâ€™s workshops rejuvenate the spirit and increase understanding of North Carolina art, art materials, and processes. Led by trained facilitators and/or North Carolina artists, activities unfold in a stressfree setting using materials and techniques that can easily be enjoyed at all experience levels. Participants are welcome to bring their own drinks and food. Household level members and above are eligible for a 10% discount. Cost is $35. Space is limited.
N eedle F elting L andscapes Thursday, February 7 | 1-4 PM + 6-9 PM
Learn about the art of needle felting by creating your own felted piece of art! Participants will be crafting their own tapestry landscape. We will explore felting techniques, color theory, blending, and layering. Bring in a photo as a reference or create an abstract design while experimenting with color, texture and pattern.
A lcohol Painting Thursday, May 9 | 1-4 PM + 6-9 PM
Alcohol paint looks similar to watercolor, but dries faster, and offers a vibrant variation of color and textures. As we explore the alcohol painting process, participants will experiment with different techniques and tricks to make one-of-a-kind pieces.
a rt s + w e l l n e s s c l a s s e s c r e at i v i t y f o r w e l l b e i n g Nourish your creativity through hands-on art activities designed to inspire mindfulness and community fellowship. Each session will begin with a group check-in, followed by art making and creative expression followed by a guided tour of the current exhibition. Participants of all artistic backgrounds and abilities are welcomed and will be guided through the creative process. Cost is $15/participant.
Meditation Pillows February 14 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM Inspired by the traditional use and design of meditation cushions, create mixed media fiber art designs using hand and machine sewing.
Sound journey Painting March 14 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM Paint to the rhythm of your own drum, let your hair down, and let the creativity flow! We will begin by going on a sound journey to get into the zone.
Yoga Mat Designs April 18 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM Fill your yoga mat with designs that reflect your practice, your spiritual connection, and overall sense of wellbeing.
Intuitive Painting & Yoga May 16 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM Join us for a 20 minute yoga session followed by free paint! Connect with your body, calm your mind, tap into your chakras, and allow for the creativity to flow.
summer camps 2019 i n s p i r e c r e at i v i t y Summer Camps at GreenHill provide the perfect nurturing environment to inspire creativity and learning for curious kids. Small group sizes, experienced facilitators, access to the studios and the gallery make each day a fun-filled adventure. Week-long camps are themed and geared towards ages four years to rising sixth graders. Camps are $125 per camper unless noted otherwise.
CAMP DATES + AGE TIME: 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM June 10-14 | 4 years - Rising K | Paint Party June 17-21 | 1st - 3rd | Bon ARTppétit June 24-28 | 4th - 6th | 2-D Studio July 1, 2, 3, 5 | 4 years - Rising K | Candy Land July 8-12 | 1st - 3rd | Full STEAM Ahead July 15-19 | 1st- 3rd | Paper Palooza July 22-26 | 4th - 6th | Café Monet July 29-August 2 | 1st - 3rd | EcoArt Creators August 5-9 | 1st - 3rd | Draw Paint Sculpt August 12-16 | 4 years – Rising K | Little Monets August 19-23 | K - 5th | Messy Hands
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parties + rentals Our gallery is a large, light-filled, inviting space in which we present five exhibitions a year. It is an ideal venue for your next evening event, accommodating up to 200 guests for standing events and 125 guests for partially seated events. The studios are also a wonderful, creative space for out-of-the-box events, and limited rentals are available within this space as well. We will be in contact with you within 48 hours after submission of the form found on our website. Event rentals and party reservations can be made online.
b i r t h day p a r t i e s f o r k i d s for k ids PRIVAT E BI RT HDAY PA RTIES With a private party, enjoy exclusive use of the studios for a 2-hour facilitated celebration. You and your guests can paint at the giant easels, work in the clay garden, invent in the Scrap Lab, build in the block corner, and enjoy being creative. Each party includes a special art project of your choice. GreenHillNC.org/private-parties
SE M I -P R IVAT E BI RTHDAY PA RTIES Semi-private parties are available in the studios during our regular operating hours. This party is recommended for our members and other regular visitors who want to host their own parties in our space. A semi-private party is 1.5 hours long. GreenHillNC.org/semi-private-parties
r e nta l s pl an yo ur n e x t e ve nt Looking for a space that is unique and memorable? Look no further! GreenHill offers rental of the gallery and studioâ€™s for birthday parties, dinners, cocktail parties, company meetings & retreats.
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MON DAY-THURSDAY, SATURDAY + SUNDAY For 2 hours and designed for 125 to 200 people.
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gallery + studio rental $1000 - $1 995 MON DAY-THURSDAY / sATURDAY Rent both the gallery and studios to accomodate up to 250 adults for your next party.
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s p e c i a l e v e nt s art on the rocks fri day, f e b r uary 2 2 | 6:30 pm - 8 : 3 0 pm Gallery party with live music by Greensboro’s own soulful singer, J.Timber, and a live drawing demonstration by local artist, Raman Bhardwaj.
connecting the dots lunch & learn tu e sday, M arch 1 9 11 :4 5 a M – 1: 0 0 P M Learn about impact of the Arts + GreenHill, the Center for North Carolina Art, on our community. Special guest speaker is Bob Bertges, Senior VP Corporate Real Estate, Wells Fargo.
plein air auction Saturday, M ay 1 8 2:0 0 P M – 5 : 0 0 P M An auction fundraiser at the home of Carol and Mark Hewitt, located in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Nine chosen curators from across the state are selecting works from a group of 45 diverse artists in celebration of GreenHill’s 45th anniversary. Artists receive 50% commission on each piece.
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first friday Experience GreenHill in new and unexpected ways. From listening to live music, to watching a dance performance, and having hands-on artist led activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. First Friday takes place the first Friday of every month and is free and open to the public. Cash bar and donations appreciated.
f ir s t f rid a y S t h e b e s t g i g i n town sahara reggae band february 1 Specilaizing in sharing the love for live music, Sarah is a high energy reggae band whose missions is to expose the world to their unique sound.
eli wheeler march 1 Singer/Songwriter from Nashville, mixing blues-influenced vocals, thoughtful lyrics, and a vibrant stage presence.
william nesmith april 5 Nesmith’s sound has been compared to that of Stevie Wonder, Sam Smith and Bruno Mars.
the minor swing band may 3 Party like it’s 1939 with Triad-based band members Keith Buckner, Jim Carson, Kevin Dollar who perform gypsy jazz influenced by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli across North Carolina.
stephanie arcos june 7 Classically trained guitarist with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Salem College.
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A guide to all things GreenHill - Feb - July 2019. Keeping you updated on all our programs and events + Thank you to all our donors & sponso...
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A guide to all things GreenHill - Feb - July 2019. Keeping you updated on all our programs and events + Thank you to all our donors & sponso...