The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

2016-17 EXHIBITIONS

Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

Fall 2016

Chalk It Out 2014

Chalk It Out! Chalkboard Art Exhibit 

AUG. 18-SEPT. 2 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

This exhibit gives all students on campus the opportunity to express themselves through drawing or language. The gallery is free for anyone to stop by and contribute through Sept. 2.

Julie Greenberg Art

Within the Viewing Area 

SEPT. 8-OCT. 7 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

Although the ability for humans to observe and predict the weather has been heightened with the development of technology, there is still a great deal of uncertainty, unpredictability, and danger when it comes to these sublime forces. Using experimental screenprinting techniques, Julie Anne Greenberg’s newest body of work is inspired by the named storms that emerge during the hurricane season, and are tracked by meteorologists “Within the Viewing Area.” Julie will also be conducting an Artist’s Talk in the gallery at 7 pm, discussing her research process, why she chose to focus on the medium for weather phenomena, and the process of making the pieces themselves, providing insight for artwork development and method.

Julie Anne Greenberg is a Raleigh-based artist originally from New Jersey. She earned her BFA in Sculpture at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and her MFA in Printmaking at The Ohio State University. Julie shows her work locally and nationally, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Wake Technical Community College. 

Chasing Change Cover

Windows to the World 

OCT. 13-NOV. 11 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

This photography exhibit will feature photos submitted by students that have experienced international study and documented their global education. These students will show different perspectives, worldviews, language, and overall cultural knowledge, and will include categories such as Animals & Nature, People of the World, Architecture/Cityscapes, and more.

Mica Eanes-Ejected From Wonderland

Mica Eanes: Ann Flack Boseman Scholarship Show 

NOV. 17-DEC. 16 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

A UNCW student is selected annually by the faculty of the Department of Art and Art History for this merit-based honor. This is the only solo student exhibition hosted annually at the Boseman Gallery. This exhibit will feature the work of the Ann Flack Boseman Art Exhibition Award recipient, Mica Eanes. Mica is a senior art student graduating in December 2016 with a focus on painting, using oil paints and even incorporating the use of collage along with ink and graphite to create vibrant and playful images on canvas.

‪"I want to take people on a journey, giving them a chance to see and look at things a little differently. Through the use of oil paints my canvases create a narrative that tell the story of a mysterious girl who finds herself on a vivid journey full of excitement, enchantment and danger through the realm of Wonderland. The playful, colorful style and the imagery present in my paintings are meant to captivate the viewers so they can see and experience the mysteries of Wonderland. I want to make them feel anxious and excited as they too realize that they are also lost in its trickery and enchantment.  With that being said I would like to introduce to you my show: 'Lost in Wonderland: A Journey Through a Realm of Colorful Mystery.'"

Spring 2017

Shannon Bourne

Success Beyond the Scholarship: A Retrospective 

JAN. 12-FEB. 10 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

Art as a way of life has taken many forms in the lives of past Boseman Scholarship Winners. This retrospective will span the past decade of scholarship winners, 2005-2015, and will include work by Stella Duplass, Shannon Bourne, Renato Abbate, Ally Favory, Jessica Putnam Phillips, Christopher Alexander, and Kara Garrett. It will include pieces from their winning Boseman exhibitions and their current work, showing the artistic and conceptual growth of each artist.

This will be part of the UNCW Art Walk, an event that will be Jan. 12, 2017, between 5:30-8:30 pm, and will be throughout the Ann Flack Boseman Gallery (Fisher University Union), Sherman Hayes Gallery (in Randall Library), CAB Gallery, and the Upperman Center (Fisher University Union).

All Student Show 2015 Best in Show

All Student Show

FEB. 23-MARCH 31 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

This annual, juried exhibition features student work. Traditionally over 50 pieces are submitted, including drawings, watercolors, oils, photography, acrylics, ceramics, sculptures and experimental media. A UNC Wilmington alumnus/alumna or community member is selected to juror the show and selects the awards, including Best of Show, which is purchased for the University Union Permanent Art Collection. Students who want to submit work should visit this page for details, or complete this application

Madison Bowen, It's A Blue World After All

It's A Blue World After All  

APRIL 6 -AUG. 4 
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 6:30-8PM IN THE BOSEMAN GALLERY

A collaborative exhibit featuring photographs from UNCW’s Plastic Ocean Project organization and research from the UNCW Chemistry department visually communicating the growing problem with plastics pollution, this exhibit will showcase to viewers how powerful, beautiful, and critical our oceans are to our everyday lives. The art in this exhibit is intended to inspire and motivate individuals to do everything in their power to conserve and protect our world’s oceans.