Great news! I will be a resident this month at the Jentel Residency in Wyoming! There will be 4 visual artist and 2 writers total for a month long residency. I can't wait!
In addition, I received a Project Grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission to help fund travel and supply costs associated with the Residency.
A big thank you to the South Carolina Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina.
I'm so proud to have my work included in the excellent exhibition, Nowhere Everywhere, at the Thompson Gallery at the Cambridge School of Weston in Weston, MA. Gallery Director Todd Bartel, curated the exhibition to examine Dystopias and Utopias.
I have work in three group exhibitions:
Works on Paper IV at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery in Long Island City, NY
Paper in Particular National Exhibition at the Sidney Larson Gallery in Columbia College, Columbia, MO
Abstraction Part I at Five Points Gallery in Torrington, CT, curated by Judith McElhone, Executive Director, Co-curated by Power Booth
Three of my drawings will be included in the exhibition, Ley Lines: Connecting Media, Process, Imagery and Concept Across Contemporary Drawing, in the Hammond Hall Gallery at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, AL. One of my past MFA Clemson students, Carly Drew, also has work included in the exhibition!
I am looking forward to going to Pittsburgh for SECAC soon! I will be chairing the session, “Art in the Age of the Anthropocene”, and presenting a paper in the session, “Pipe Dreams: Contemporary Art, Activism and the Culture of Oil”.
Two of my laser cut drawings will be included in the Interventions Exhibitions, put together by The Fuse Factory Art and Technology Lab at the Pearl Conard Art Gallery at Ohio State University in Mansfield, OH. You can find out more about the exhibition, the artists and the Fuse Factory Art and Technology Lab here.
Four of my drawing will be included in the group exhibition, Man + Land + Water, Rutledge Gallery at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. This exhibition has been curated by Karen Derksen, the Director of Winthrop University Galleries, in conjunction with Interdisciplinary Conference “Water in the World”. I feel very honored to have my work included in such a relevant and timely themed exhibition.
Manifest Gallery's International Drawing Exhibition in Print, Volume 9, is out now! My work Slope Scarp is featured in the book, p. 167-168.
Artisphere is happening in downtown Greenville, SC this month. I had the wonderful experience of jurying along with 4 other jurors the Visual Arts in Artisphere. We will converge during the event to determine the award winners!
One of my graphite drawings will be included in the Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradley University Galleries, Peoria, IL.
I've just installed a new wall drawing made specifically for my solo exhibition at Furman University's Thompson Gallery. The opening is November 10th, 6:30 - 8:30 and I'll be giving a gallery talk at 7:00. The show runs from November 10 - December 12. Many, many thanks to my husband Evangelos Courpas with the install.
I have 12 works in the invitational group exhibition, Salvage, at the Giertz Gallery at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois. Show runs September 29 - Novemeber 8th, Recpetion is Thursday Oct 2, 6 - 8pm.
Two of my new works are in the group exhibition, Collage + Assemblage, at (SCENE) Metrospace in East Lansing, Michigan, juried by Michelle Word. September 12 - October 12th.
My piece, Slope Scarp, is included in the group exhibition "Landscape Today and Tomorrow" in the Lederer Gallery at SUNY Geneseo in upstate New York. September 5th - October 7th, Opening reception September 5th, 5:00 - 7:00 pm. My senior drawing student, Katelyn Chapman, also has a piece in the exhibition.
I completed a 33 ft x 5 ft site specific work for the Atrium of the Rosemary Duffy Gallery at Broward College in Davie, Florida. It will be up for at least 2 years. Many thanks to Broward College for inviting me, and especially to students, Jon Rice and Eddy Penafiel, who helped me with completing the work!
On View Now - August 25 - October 1, 2014, Concurrence: Kathleen Thum and Austin Ballard, Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Broward College, Davie, FL.
Reception and Lecture, September 4th, 6:00 - 9:00, Talk at 7:30
Upcoming - November 10 - December 12, Solo Exhibition, Residuum, New Work by Kathleen Thum, Thompson Gallery at Furman University, Greenville, SC
Reception and Gallery talk on Monday November 10
I'm very proud to have my Drawing featured in Manifest's International Drawing Annual 8, Exhibition-in-Print. Book available now!