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Earth Day exhibition photos:

Selected work was choosen to also be displayed in the hall gallery of the Bagwell Center for Media and Art as well as on this exhibit blog.

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Pellissippi State Students: Recycled Art

The following works were submitted by students at Pellissippi State. Each is their own interpretation of the recycled art contest.  The choice of subject/materials was entirely up to them. No instructor is given.. in that these students worked on an completed these projects outside of class.

All work is currently being displayed on the hall gallery wall (just opposite of Bagwell Rm #110)  inside the Bagwell Center for Media and Art.

 

Artist:  Jalana Cooper

Medium: Plastic Water Bottle

Title: DNA

Price: $10

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Artist:  Jalana Cooper

Medium: Plastic Water Bottle

Title: Bubbles

Price: $10

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Artist:  Jalana Cooper

Medium: Plastic Water Bottle, Plastic Bag

Title: Cinquo

Price: $10

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Artist:  Willie Daugherty

Medium: Mixed Media-Wood, Car Stero, Cabinet Parts

Title: “Ohm”

Price: $200

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Artist:  Ashley Smith

Medium: Wood, Metal, Paint

Title: Heart of Industry

Price: $300

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Artist:  Tyler Doub

Medium: Oil Paint and Tape (recycled from process to develop another painting)

Title: Gauze 1

Price: $50

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Artist:  Tyler Doub

Medium: Oil Paint and Tape (recycled from process to develop another painting)

Title: Gauze 2

Price: $50

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The Zone & CLO: Recycled Art Projects

THE ZONE:

After-school program at the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office (CLO)

(Students grades 5 -8)

The goal of The Zone is to reach out to the youth in the community offering positive communication through various art forms including art, dance, music, science and theatre. By engaging children early in their lives, developing positive relationship,skills building and creative communication, the CLO will make a positive and lasting impact on the children and youth in the community.

Recycled Art Projects:

(materials: Recycled Phone Books, Paint)

Instructor: Heather Hartman

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Recycled Art Projects:

(materials: cardboard, newspaper, paint)

Instructor: Heather Hartman

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The Zone & CLO: Recycled Photographs

THE ZONE:

After-school program at the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office (CLO)

(Students grades 5 -8)

The goal of The Zone is to reach out to the youth in the community offering positive communication through various art forms including art, dance, music, science and theatre. By engaging children early in their lives, developing positive relationship,skills building and creative communication, the CLO will make a positive and lasting impact on the children and youth in the community.

Recycled Photographs

Instructor: Randy Sartin

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The Exhibit: Press Release

Pellissippi State celebrates Earth Day with recycled-art exhibit, festivities

In celebration of April 22’s Earth Day 2013, Pellissippi State Community College is hosting a unique art exhibit that is available both in an online gallery and in Pellissippi State’s Bagwell Center for Media and Art. All artwork to be on display is crafted entirely from recycled materials.

There will also be Earth Day festivities at the Hardin Valley Campus on April 19. The exhibit and celebration are free and open to the public.

Pellissippi State students will be joined as exhibiting artists by students from the community who take part in the after-school arts programs of the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office.

The CLO works in conjunction with the Arts Academy and The Zone, both of which are funded by the East Tennessee Foundation, to offer after-school programming to local youth. Students explore various art forms, including art, dance, music, theatre and science. The complete exhibit can be viewed online April 15-19, with selected pieces on “traditional” display on campus during the same dates.

The April 19 celebration takes place 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Hardin Valley Thunder, Pellissippi State’s bluegrass ensemble, performs at noon. There will be information tables, light refreshments and a brief Earth Day welcome by L. Anthony Wise Jr., president of the college.

This year marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day. It is estimated that more than one billion people will take part in Earth Day 2013 observances and events worldwide.

Founded in 1970 by Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. senator from Wisconsin who was concerned about a massive 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, Calif., Earth Day is celebrated each April. The first Earth Day witnessed more than 20 million Americans staging rallies and demonstrations to encourage environmental awareness and reforms.

The exhibit is viewable online at http://blogs.pstcc.edu/earthdayart2013/ and in the lobby of the Bagwell Center, located on the Hardin Valley Campus. Regular building hours are 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

For information about the art display, email jmbrickey@pstcc.edu. To learn more about other Earth Day activities, call (865) 694-6400. To request accommodations for a disability, contact the executive director of Human Resources and Affirmative Action at (865) 694-6607 or humanresources@pstcc.edu.

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The Earth Day exhibit!

THE EARTH DAY EXHIBIT:

In honor of earth day create a piece of artwork entirely out of recycled materials. All work submitted will be on display online on this blog/online gallery during the week of April 15th-19th. Selected work will be displayed in the Bagwell Center foyer and hall gallery.

Submission/Drop off date:  Thursday, April 11th 8-4pm Bagwell #103

Contact: Jennifer Brickey at jmbrickey@pstcc.edu for more information.

INFO:

Who is Eligible to submit? ANYONE!

Work submitted: ANY work (up to 3 pieces per student submission)

All work must be ready for exhibit:  Please provide hanging hardware for any 2-Dimensional work SUBMITTED, 3D-must also be ready to exhibit.

ALL WORK must be labeled on the back with submission form (available in Bagwell #106).  Also, label with side is up.

Please note ANY WORK not ready to hang/exhibit MAY NOT be considered for exhibition.

Submission/drop off dates: Thursday, April 11th 8-4pm

Pick up of work NOT selected: All work will be displayed online at http://blogs.pstcc.edu/earthdayart2013/. Selected work will be on display in the Bagwell center foyer and hall gallery April 15th-19th. Work not selected will be available for pick up on Friday, April 12th from 2pm-5pm.

Pick up of work SELECTED: Monday, April 22nd Bagwell #103. Please note that we are NOT responsible for work left and not picked up by 5pm.

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