Process This! Art Exhibit

Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 1:00pm to 6:00pm

Center for Visual Arts-Greenville at Clemson University 1278 Pendleton Street Greenville, SC 29611 1278 Pendleton Street Greenville, SC 29611

Exhibit Dates

December 6, 2013 – January 25, 2014

Thur-Sat 1 p.m.-6 p.m., First Fridays 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Opening Reception

Friday, December 6, 2013, 6:30 – 9 p.m.


About the Exhibit

Starting December 6 and ending January 25 at Clemson’s Center for the Visual Arts – Greenville, artists in the University’s MFA program in collaboration with honors students in an undergraduate English Accelerated Composition course will exhibit works that broadly interpret and examine the multi-faceted concept of “process.” Adam Glick, Associate Director of Galerie Lelong in Manhattan, juried the exhibit. Featured artists include Ayako Abe-Miller, David Armistead, Laken Bridges, Tanna Burchinal, Lindsey Elsey, David Gerhard, Alexandra Giannelle, Ali Hammond, Nina Kawar, Adrienne Lichliter, Joel Murray, Alyssa Reiser Prince, Brent Pafford, Aubree Ross and Hilary Siber. An audio component will accompany many of the works on exhibit which features each artist talking about how their processes and concepts.

The exhibit simultaneously examines the artists’ conception of their own process and the way in which art contributes to a broader sense of how we all go about shaping and responding to the world around us. Works in the exhibit interpret the artistic process in terms of materials and the passage of time as well as in relation to mechanical, biological, and environmental processes. 

The Center for Visual Arts at Clemson University worked in collaboration with English honors composition class composed predominantly of engineering majors in the conception and execution of the exhibit. Contributing English honors students include: Matthew R. Adamson, Deepti M. Athavale, Luke V. Bauer, Kayla A. Brunelle, Holly C. Erickson, Brian C. Fitzgerald, Benjamin A. Jones, Dylan A. Pyle, William C. Tharpe, Mary K. Thorne, Peter D. Tomasic, and Kelsey S. Turner. These students collaborated with several Clemson University employees: Denise Woodward-Detrich, Lee Gallery Director; John Morgenstern, Visiting English Assistant Professor; Kathy Edwards, Research & Collection Development Librarian; Jan Lay, CCIT Technical Learning Instructor; Eugene Ellenberg, Center for Visual Arts-Greenville Coordinator; Meredith Mims McTigue, CVA/Art Department Marketing and Public Relations Director; and Nathan Newsome, CVA-Lee Gallery Intern.

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Event Type

Academic, Arts/Entertainment, Exhibits, Receptions


Art, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Center for Visual Arts - CVA, Lee Gallery, Centers and Institutes

Target Audience

General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents/Guests




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Getting Here

    Detailed Directions

  • Directions
    From Clemson (29 miles)
    - Take Hwy 123 North/Tiger Blvd to Greenville (28 miles)
    - Turn left onto Pendleton Street at the light. Spinx on your Left.
    - CVA-Greenville will be .6 miles on your right.

    From GSP Airport (15 miles)
    - Take I-85 South towards Greenville (6 miles)
    - Take exit 51 and merge onto I-385 Greenville Downtown (6 miles)
    - Turn right onto Academy Street (2.5 miles)
    - Turn right onto Pendleton Street. Bank of America on your right.
    - CVA-Greenville will be .6 miles on your right.

    Building Description
    The building is on the corner of Pendleton Street and Lois Ave. It is a yellow cream color with dark green trim. On the corner of the building is the historic sign "Village Studios Gallery." In the windows is a continuous orange band with the CVA-Greenville logo on it.

    There is a parking lot across the street and there are parking spaces on Pendleton Street and the surrounding streets.

    Center for Visual Arts-Greenville
    1278 Pendleton Street
    Greenville, SC 29611