november 1, 2018 7:00pm
Facility for Arts Research (FAR)
Sculptor Carole Garmon will join us in the FAR and Away Residency from October 29 –November 2. Carole will host a FAR Research Night on November 1st at 7PM for
Sculptor Carole Garmon will join us in the FAR and Away Residency from October 29 –November 2. Carole will host a FAR Research Night on November 1st at 7PM for a public presentation of her work.
The FAR & Away series is a new approach to working with guest artists at the Facility for Arts Research. The residency provides the opportunity to seek interdisciplinary partners from across the university who share research interests. By triangulating the collaboration between the FAR & Away Resident, FSU scholars, and FAR artists, we aim to initiate creative conversations that lead to unexpected output.
Carole Garmon holds an M.F.A. and a B.F.A. in sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has taught at the University of Mary Washington since 1998 and is a recipient of UMW’s Outstanding Young Faculty Member Award. Garmon’s research acknowledgements include the accessioning of select images and research materials on Rembrandt into the Rijks Museum Library in Amsterdam, Holland, and participating in a BBC 2 documentary on Rembrandt’s painting, The Night Watch. The segment is part of the larger series, The Private Life of the Masterpiece. She was one of two Americans chosen to participate in the international exhibition, Inspired By Rembrandt, commemorating Rembrandt’s 400th birthday. In addition to numerous private collections, her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally including Washington, D.C., New York, New York, Lima, Peru, Berlin, Germany and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.