April 14–May 13, 2018
2018 Rollins Faculty Exhibition
The 2018 edition of the Rollins Faculty Exhibition showcases new or recent work by Rollins College faculty artists Joshua Almond, Rose Casterline, Dana Hargrove, Dawn Roe, and Rachel Simmons.
The 2018 Rollins Faculty Exhibition previews for museum members; Rollins College faculty, staff, and students; and invited guests on Friday, April 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, alongside the Senior Studio Art Exhibition.
Another Country- Aspects of Scottish Migration
March 12, 2018 – June 3, 2018
Alice R. Rogers Gallery & Target Gallery, SJU
Irineu Destourelles, Graham Fagen, Dawn Gavin, Andrew Gilbert, Euan Gray, Richard Guzman, Andrew Hairstans, Dana Hargrove, Birthe Jorgensen, Katherine Ka Yi Liu, Elaine Rutherford and Alberta Whittle
Migration affects everybody either directly or indirectly. In Minnesota, there are 428,000 foreign-born residents, 8% of the population.
This exhibition brings together twelve artists from distinct, ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds, all born or currently living in Scotland. It assesses the historical and, at times negative, impact of Scottish colonialism on the United States, while at the same time tackling issues with contemporary migration, a complex subject with rapidly growing relevance in the current political climate. The work presented is personal as most of the artists are migrants themselves.
Referencing the title of James Baldwin’s 1962 novel of the same name, the exhibition highlights that for each individual living in the same city, America can become ‘another country’, depending on one’s ethnicity, status and situation.
Prejudice against migrants has been in place for generations and our aim with the project is to highlight that migration is an ancient phenomenon that has not always been welcomed but has enabled significant benefits for countries that eventually become home.
The exhibition does not aim to instruct the visitor but rather encourage a discussion. Through a series of events and seminars it provides an opportunity for sustainable dialogue with migrants, artists, students and academics that will lead to new insights into community building and integration.
The project is co-curated by Euan Gray, Elaine Rutherford and Alberta Whittle.
Dana Hargrove is one of the 14 artists participating in a group exhibition titled ‘Totem: Sacred Beings and Spirit Objects’ curated by Mehta Bell Projects and exhibiting at the Saatchi Gallery in London during the 2017 Start Art Fair. Read more about Mehta Bell’s curatorial vision in their exhibition catalog. “Continuing its unique approach to […]
Passport Winter Park announces Dana Hargrove as their cover artist for the Fall 2017 issue:
“New Cover Art Reveal! Dana Hargrove, visual artist & Professor of studio art at Rollins College in Winter Park is our cover artist for Fall 2017! We are so excited to feature Dana’s work that addresses consumerism vs. nature”
ORLANDO, April 4, 2017 – The Orlando Museum of Art announces the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art artists for 2017: Domingo Castillo, William Cordova, Coco Fusco, Mark Gerstein, Aramis Gutierrez, Dana Hargrove, Lisa Iglesias, Carl Juste, Ralph Provisero, and Chase Westfall. Each artist featured in this exhibition will be represented by a recent body of work that provides an in-depth view of their practice. Read More…
Dana Hargrove is taking part in The Art and Culture Center, Hollywood, Florida, 8th All-Media Juried Biennial, on exhibit from January 21st- March 5th, 2017. This exhibition explores themes of identity, kitsch, performance, temporality, and the processes of 62 Florida artists from across the state. Juried by Katherine Pill and curated by Laura Marsh, the […]
Art in Odd Places 2016/PLAY ! Orlando, and the Downtown Arts District present the second annual public art and performance festival on November 11-13, 2016. Local, national and international artists present projects that explore PLAY through disciplinary diversity including visual and installation, performance, time-based media, virtual and gaming work, onlineIRL hybrids, and others. Projects include, […]
PUBLIC ART PANELS : ‘FACADES’ BY DANA HARGROVE
The 420 East Apartments and Snap! Orlando present SIX PUBLIC ART PANELS by artist Dana Hargrove. Curated by Patrick and Holly Kahn, Snap! Orlando. Event sponsored by SunTrust Bank.
On Thursday October 20, 6-9 PM, join us for the official viewing of the six 15′ x 15′ panels which will be permanent public art displays on the exterior of the 420 East Building, home to Snap! Downtown. This event is part of the Third Thursday Gallery Walk.
Snap! Downtown galleries will be open with ‘Unison’ exhibition in the main gallery, ‘Dans la Nature’ in OG1 Gallery, and Michael R. Rothwell’s ‘Intersection’ in OG2 Gallery.
Inspired by travels through metropolitan areas, Hargrove’s work aims to highlight the beautiful unification of space that maintains a façade of controlled seamlessness. Dana was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and resides in Orlando, Florida. Snap! Downtown, 420 E. Church Street. Orlando, 32801.
Window (re/production | re/presentation)
a thing re | sembling a win • dow
Window (re/production | re/presentation) is pleased to announce an off-site exhibition, a thing re | sembling a win • dow, opening Friday, May 20th at The Asheville Area Arts Council in the Grove Arcade. A public reception will be held on Friday, June 3rd from 5 to 8 p.m., with a performance and panel discussion scheduled for Thursday, June 9th from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Part of the Asheville Area Arts Council’s Point of View series, this collective exhibition puts the practice of six local and national artists in conversation through the production of both new and re-imagined works realized in response to the ongoing public art project, Window (re/production | re/presentation). May 20th – June 25th, 2016
CORNELL FINE ARTS MUSEUM ANNOUNCES FACULTY EXHIBITION
Presenting recent works by artists and art professors Joshua Almond, Rose Thome Casterline, Dana Hargrove, Dawn Roe, and Rachel Simmons.
Winter Park, FL (April 6, 2016) – On view from April 16-May 15, 2016, the 2016 Rollins Faculty Exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (CFAM) at Rollins College offers an opportunity to share new or recent work by five innovative artists with both the campus community and the greater Orlando area. Beyond their dedication to teaching at Rollins, the featured artists, Joshua Almond, Rose Thome Casterline, Dana Hargrove, Dawn Roe, and Rachel Simmons maintain busy studio practices and exhibit their work both regionally and nationally. “Composed of works shown here for the first time, the exhibition sheds light on new bodies of work and ongoing explorations for the artists’ robust practices,” states Ena Heller, director of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum.
Dana Hargrove uses her distinctive abstract language in new ways in a series of free-standing sculptures presented in the exhibition. Her forms, often made in loose-reference to cairns, stone mounds in her native Scotland, play with notions of reality and constructed facades as the backing of some of the pieces evoke the presentation style of the iconic Hollywood sign.