Meghan Smythe: Robert C. Turner Teaching FellowOpening Reception Friday, July 14, 5-7pm at the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery
Ceramic sculptor Meghan Smythe concludes her three year tenure as the Turner Teaching Fellow within the Division of Ceramic Art. The Turner Teaching Fellowship was established in honor of Robert Chapman Turner, distinguished Professor Emeritus at Alfred. Meghan's teaching and approach to the ceramic figure ceramic sculpture has made a significant impact on our students. She has maintained a vigorous studio practice while in Alfred. Her culminating exhibition showcasing her unique approach to large scale figuration in Ceramic sculpture, is not to be missed. The exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, July 14 from 5-7pm and runs through July 26. Summer gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday 11am-2pm.
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, housed in the School of Art & Design at Alfred University, is a vibrant learning center for the visual arts. Rotating exhibitions highlight artwork by established and emerging artists working in New York, the United States and abroad. Extended programming, including gallery lectures and special projects, gives students and members of the community an opportunity to experience a diverse mix of art first-hand and participate in an exciting forum of contemporary art and culture.
To learn more about the gallery please visit alfred.edu/fosdicknelson.