Gallery Exhibitions

12 Cubed: A National Exhibition of Small-Scale Works of Art

12 Cubed is a juried exhibition composed of works that do not exceed 12” in any direction. The competition, which originated in 2005, appeals to many artists all across the United States, and has attracted some of the best contemporary art being produced. This year’s competition was juried by former Middle Tennessee State University professor Charles Clary, now Assistant Professor and Foundations Coordinator for Visual Arts at Coastal Carolina University. Previous renditions of the exhibits were juried by such notables as national art critic Dave Hickey and the Frist Center’s Mark Scalia. This edition promises 20 works with something big in small scale for everyone. 
This year’s winner is St. Louis, Missouri’s Justin Penov. A work of mixed media, it is entitled “The Dead Room,” Runner up is Joe Krawczyk, a graphic designer from Orlando, Florida with his piece “Deck Chair” which had previously been featured in the Park Gables Gallery in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

MTSU Todd Art Gallery | 12 Cubed Works: January 22 - February 10, 2016

5th 12 x 12 Exhibit Award Recipients

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12|Cubed: A National Exhibition of Small-Scale Works of Art

September 22–October 20, 2018

Todd Art Gallery

 

Color, Content, and Character: Academic and Self-Taught Perspectives on Art
September 22–October 20, 2018

Opening reception–1 p.m., September 22, 2018, Todd Hall, room 224A

(featuring a full-range of artists from across middle Tennessee) with the work of Willard Hill