Part-time Faculty, Studio Art
Candice Ivy is a multi-media artist from South Carolina interested in the nature of perception. Her multimedia works have been shown both nationally and internationally including Murmur in the Old City Jail in Charleston, SC, as a part of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival; in the Sguardi Sonori Festival in Venice, Benevento, and Frascati, Italy; and at the Universidad Catolica in Santiago, Chile. Ivy’s video work has been shown in such venues as Boston University 808 Gallery; The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Providence, RI; and The Berkeley Small Film Festival, Berkeley, CA.
In 2011-13 she had created site-specific installations for The McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC; Urban Occupations Urbaines in Montreal, Canada; The Taipei Artist Village’s Barry Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan; and at The University of Maine Museum of Fine Arts, in Bangor, Maine. Most recently she constructed Deluge, a 20 foot tall cascade of black glass sourced from broken car windshields, at the Davis Museum, Wellesley, MA. In 2015 Ivy produced a large community-wide public art performance in front of the SC state capitol for the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Civil War in Columbia, SC. She is currently a recipient of the Saint Gaudens Memorial Fellowship and is producing work for a site-specific installation located on the Saint Gaudens historic site in Cornish, NH.