Greensboro Project Space at The Carrack

Greensboro Project Space at The Carrack

Exhibition of Exhibitions

Greensboro Project Space (GPS) is an off-campus contemporary art center created by the School of Art at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. For their exhibition at The Carrack, GPS has brought together 6 School of Art students, alumni, and faculty who have been involved in the space through different capacities. They will be creating an exhibition of exhibitions; translating GPS projects that are happening during the same time as the Carrack exhibition into new artworks, installations, performances, and experiences that allow the Carrack community to interact with the ideas and cultures of GPS, UNCG, and Greensboro.

It is a fine line between curating and being an artist. From moment to moment we feel the agency that comes from each of these roles. This exhibition is about tipping the scales and taking the task of educational programming and curating too far. Some of the pieces will be literal representations of the GPS exhibitions, while others will become unrecognizable. The Greensboro Project Space exhibition at The Carrack will be an exploration of this nuanced space between curator, arts organizer, producer, and artist.


Kelly Rambo
BFA School of Art, Alumni
Past GPS Intern

Julia Caston
MFA School of Art, Alumni
Past GPS Graduate Assistant

Diego Vergara
BFA School of Art, Alumni
Frequent Exhibiting Artist at GPS

Sidney Stretz
Adjunct Faculty, School of Art
Frequent Exhibiting Artist at GPS

Adam Carlin
Staff, School of Art
Director of GPS

Taylor Allison
BFA School of Art, Current
GPS Intern

GPS Projects and Happenings From February 26th – March 11th

UNCG and Winthrop University Collaborative Painting Exhibition

The Body Project by Storyhound Theatre

Chrissie Hyde and the Pretenders: A Live Rock and Rock Biography

Eugene Chadbourne and Ned Ferm

Baggage Claims at the City Billboard Greensboro

Gate City Songwriters


Reception: Friday, March 9, 6 – 8pm

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