This exhibition was curated by the General Motors Design Archive & Special Collections and features a firsthand look at the evolutionary creative
process of automotive design.Image: General Motors Design Archive & Special Collections.
Freedom of the Presses is a collaborative exhibition co-curated by Marshall Weber of Booklyn, Inc. and members of the Ringling College of Art and Design community. The project focuses on the creative and democratic processes of 21st Century independent artist’s publishing and offers models of empowering and educational art publishing practices. The exhibition will include a selection of artists’ publications from Booklyn, Inc. and the Brizdle Schoenberg Special Collections Center at Ringling College of Art and Design. Highlights include the Streetopia artist’s book, alternative art fair, and text book project; performances and publications by Sheryl Oring; and community publishing projects from the multi-generational collective, Mobile Print Power. Artists’ books, zines, prints, and items of ephemera will be exhibited, along with a curators panel, book fair, and other events. Calendar of Programs and Events related to the exhibition
REAL + READY
October 20 – December 2
WILLIS SMITH GALLERY
An exhibition showcasing the results of artists’ solutions to business challenges will be featured in The Collaboratory Exhibition that will showcase the interaction between Ringling College Students and real world clients such as General Motors, Sanctuary Holdings – an organization formed to develop and market a new destination bar and restaurant on St. Thomas Island, the SPC Group, that is working on a Paris Baguette Café project in Seoul, South Korea and the Sarasota Police Department. Last year GM hired two artists based on their submission to the collaboratory project. A panel discussion will offer a behind the scenes look at these projects. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE COLLABORATORY