“Back Azimuth” Veteran Artists Movement Residency EXTENDED

Worth Ryder Art Gallery Presents:

BACK AZIMUTH – Veteran Artists Movement Residency

Featuring Artists from: Combat Paper, The Dirty Canteen, & Warrior Writers
Including: Jesse Albrecht, Kevin Basl, Dalton Brink, Lovella Calica, Drew Cameron, Daniel Donovan, Amber Hoy, Aaron Hughes, Ash Kyrie, Ehren Tool, and Eli Wright

Note: Exhibition Extended!

Wednesday, September 2nd – Friday, September 4th, 2015
Special Reception: Wednesday, September 2nd, 4 – 6 pm

Worth Ryder Art Gallery, 116 Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley Campus
Gallery Hours: 12 – 5 pm

Free, Accessible, and Open to the Public

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Ehren Tool “One of Thousands”, Ceramic installation at Pro Arts

 

The UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice and Ehren Tool are pleased to present “BACK AZIMUTH”, featuring artists and allies connected to the veteran artist movement from across the country. This informal residency includes three events that are open to the public: an open studio, a portfolio show, and special exhibition at Worth Ryder Art Gallery .

Grounded in the rich history of veteran artists, with a nod to famed UC Berkeley ceramicist and veteran Peter Voulkos, this group of contemporary artists have conceived of and realized this informal residency program so that they can work together to create and exhibit artwork that challenges social norms and addresses misperceptions about veterans during a time of perpetual war.

 

*In land navigation, an azimuth is the route taken and a back azimuth is the calculated way back to the original point.

 

Please note that the Worth Ryder Art Gallery will be CLOSED until September 2nd, 2015.

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