Community Utopian Drawing Project – Georgia and Missouri, USA

An Exhibition, Opening Reception & Artist Talk

Featuring Artist in Residence Tomie Seo

Opening Reception: Friday, January 18th 7pm – 9pm
Community Utopian Drawing Project: Friday, January 18th, during the opening reception (7-9pm)

Gallery hours: Friday, January 18th, 7-9pm, Saturday January 19th, 11am-4pm

In the Caetani Cultural Centre Studio Gallery

During the Opening Reception you’re invited to participate in Tomie’s Community Utopian Drawing Project – an invitation to enjoy drawing and using art as a communication tool, to express feelings and identities.

Refreshments will be served. Reception and gallery hours are open to the public and all ages.

Tomie will be teaching a photo-realistic drawing workshop on January 26th. Learn more here.

artist Tomie Seo

Tomie Seo is a visual artist from Japan. 

Her work depicts the hidden political and social structures of the world by focusing on racism, gender and identity – those who are repressed and victimized.

She believes that the phenomena of this world is intertwined and related – like light and shadow, cause and effect – and often juxtaposes opposite images through drawing, painting, video and sculpture with electronics to create interactive installations which represent a diorama or map of a whole structure or system.

She obtained a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art.

She’s done residencies at the Atlantic Centre for the Arts as well as the Vermont Studio Centre in the USA, and the seMA NANJI Residency in Korea, and exhibits her work internationally.

You can see more of Tomie’s work and learn more about her here.

Learn more about the Self-Directed Artist-in-Residence program here.