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Spring 2024

January 16 - February 2
Faculty Triennial
Reception/First Thursday Art Walk: February 1, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., The New Gallery

faculty triennialThe Faculty Triennial is an exhibition that showcases the work of our talented faculty that teach within the department of Art+Deisgn. All of our professors are also professional artists that exhibit their work in galleries and museums all over the globe so The New Gallery hosts this exhibition every three years to give the students and community an opportunity to view this work together in one space. This exhibition reflects the talent, craftsmanship and dialogue that we also expect of our students, and represents the variety of media that we teach here at APSU

February 19 – March 22
In Kyoung Chun: Shared Room
Public Artist Lecture: March 12, 6 p.m., AD120
Reception/Gallery Talk: March 13, noon-1:30 p.m., The New Gallery
In Kyoung Chun

InKyoung Chun’s current work depicts her personal and narrative spaces by arranging simple forms and familiar objects through painting and sculptures. Living in the United States as a South Korean immigrant has been challenging, so she creates spaces where positive energy arises. She needs to present spaces where intimacies are present. While creating these works, she attempts to achieve life's optimism and peace even in its troubled and isolated settings. She believes channeling discovery and recognizing sweetness in her everyday life is essential.

In Kyoung ChunChun's work is in the permanent collection of High Museum of Art, the City of Atlanta Mayors Office of Cultural Affairs, Fulton County Public Library of Atlanta and numerous private collections. Chun recently had solo exhibitions at HiLo Press of Atlanta and the Sumter County Gallery in South Carolina.  Chun’s public art has also received recognition; Rainbow Gateway: Saekdong, curated by Dash, was featured at the Peachtree Center Plaza in downtown Atlanta, and Blue Gate was featured at both Emory University of Atlanta and at Industrial City Square of Brooklyn. New York.

Born in Seoul, South Korea, In Kyoung Chun is a painter living in Atlanta, Georgia. 


April 8 – April 24
56th Annual Juried Student Exhibition, juror: Katie Delmez, Associate Curator, Frist Art Museum
Reception/Awards Night: April 24, 5 – 7:30p

54thStudentShowThis competitive juried show honors the Department of Art + Design's outstanding student artists for their hard work and creativity. The show is professionally juried from outside Austin Peay State University, emulating the practice of real-world art shows. The exhibition showcases the array of artwork produced by students during the past academic year and gives students the opportunity to participate in a professional exhibition where a qualified juror selects artwork and artistic merit awards.