Sunday - September 17
2 – 3 pm
Visual Artist Micah Cash discusses his decades long practice of using the languages of landscape and architecture in his work, how photography and book publishing became his central creative focus, and his most recent book Waffle House Vistas.
Sunday - October 22
2 – 3 pm
Gallery owner, Sybil Godwin, shares practical information for artists. Learn the ins and outs of becoming a gallery artist. What to do and what not to do when approaching a gallery and getting accepted to exhibit.
Sunday - November 5
2 - 3 pm
Projection mapping is the art of video-projecting animations onto real world surfaces. The artform has changed the way we experience live events, visual arts, and advertising. Designer and producer Jeff Cason shares about the creative process of projection mapping, and what the future of this artform looks like in the coming years.
Investigating how land use and social history influence cultural geography, Micah Cash uses the visual languages of landscape and architecture to explore narratives of utilization, demarcation, and ownership. Micah exhibits in both solo and group exhibitions and has work included in private collections throughout North America and Europe. Cash’s monographs include Waffle House Vistas (The Bitter Southerner, 2019) and Dangerous Waters: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority (University of Tennessee Press, 2017). Micah received his MFA from the University of Connecticut and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina. He lives and works in Charlotte, North Carolina. https://www.micahcash.com/
Sybil Godwin was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and has 20 years of experience in the art world. She attended North Carolina State University, and upon graduating, moved to Atlanta to begin her career in galleries. Sybil worked in galleries in Atlanta for close to ten years, and moved to Charlotte in 2013. She became owner of Shain Gallery in 2017, after almost five years as Gallery Director, and continues to cultivate relationships with artists and clients within Charlotte and across the country. She is always keeping an eye out for up and coming, emerging artists and loves having the opportunity to support her artists and witness their work finding forever homes. She is an avid collector of all art.
Jeff Cason is a creative director and projections designer for spectaculars & immersive events. With sixteen years of experience, he has designed 70+ projects for large-scale spectaculars, immersive museum experiences, concerts & festivals, musical theatre, and corporate events across the country. www.jeffreycason.com