UNC Asheville’s Art Faculty and Visiting Artist Adam Cable to Open New Exhibitions on Aug. 25


Two new exhibitions, one by UNC Asheville’s art faculty and another by visiting artist Adam Cable, will open at UNC Asheville on Friday, Aug. 25, with opening receptions taking place that evening from 6-8 p.m. The 2017 UNC Asheville Art Faculty Exhibition will show in the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery in Owen Hall, and the Adam Cable exhibition will be in the Owen Hall Second Floor Gallery. Both receptions and exhibits are free and open to everyone.

Jackson Martin's "Shanty #2"The Art Faculty Exhibition 2016 features works in varied media by the studio art faculty: Tamie Beldue, drawing; Suzanne Dittenber, painting; Robert Dunning, printmaking and painting; Jordan Krutsch, sculpture; Scott Lowrey, drawing; Jackson Martin, sculpture; Thomas Schram, sculpture; Brent Skidmore, wood sculpture; Carrie Tomberlin, photography; Eric Tomberlin, photography; Robert Tynes, painting; Matt West, sculpture; and Megan Wolfe, ceramics.

Work by Adam CableAdam Cable, who earned his BFA from UNC Asheville in 2013, returns to campus from New York City where he has exhibited in many galleries and earned his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in photography, video and related media. In his exhibit, titled Real Realities, Cable’s media include inkjet prints, wood paneling, fiberboard, drywall and fiberglass insulation.

Viewing hours for the Owen Hall galleries are from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays and both exhibitions will remain on view through Sept. 22. For more information, visit art.unca.edu.