BEER TYPE LOGOS
June 17 - September 17, 2017
Saturday, September 17, 7 - 9 PM
Hickory, North Carolina graphic designer Matt Everley challenged himself to create 52 brewery/beer logos in one year, each using a different typeface. The font itself became the driving factor for each logo design. This is the first time the entire collection of 52 logos will be on exhibition.
Everley designed the Lake Norman Folk Art Festival’s unmistakable “swimming chicken” logo and created the soon-to-be-as-famous pig logo for the Foothills Folk Art Festival.
Visit the project's website here.
ENDANGERED: Joel Sartore Retrospective
September 16, 2017 - February 25, 2018
An Evening with Joel Sartore:
Saturday, October 14, Drendel Auditorium
Catawba Valley Camera Club and the Hickory Museum of Art present the images of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore.
Through his images of the Earth’s creatures, Sartore’s artwork illustrates both the beauty and the tragedy of animal species threatened by extinction, demonstrating that photography matters. In the finest documentary tradition, Sartore passionately captures striking artworks to help viewers understand the importance of saving these unique animals, while also ultimately saving ourselves.
Sartore writes, “… Every species is a work of art, created over thousands or even millions of years, and each is worth saving simply because it is so unique and priceless.”
The installation includes 55 prints. Half of the images show animals in their natural environments – highlighting the effects of deforestation, industrialization, oil spills, and city growth on their habitats. The other half of the prints are Photo Ark images – studio-style portraits of the world’s captive species (species under human care) photographed against a white or black background. Sartore writes, “Isolating the animals against black and white backgrounds allows us to look them in the eye and see that these creatures contain beauty, grace, and intelligence.”