Congratulations to Sarah Perkins! Her work is currently featured on the Missouri State research page. Here’s a snippet: Alchemy. The ancient desire to exchange the commonplace for the extraordinary — an impulse as understandable as it is unreachable. But art
Dr. Mitzi Kirkland-Ives is one of the recipients of the General Education Assessment Award for her work with ART 274: Survey of Asian Art.
Dr. Catherine Jolivette has been awarded the 2017 Teaching Award in Diversity from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
MSU Art and Design professor Sean Lyman will be one of two visiting artist’s presentations at The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas. Professor Lyman’s and artist Thomas Keifer’s talks will take
Keith Ekstam, an MSU art and design professor, is one of seven artists whose works will be featured in the Springfield Art Museum’s exhibit, “The Wood-Fired Kiln: A Catalyst for Collaboration.” The exhibit features work created using wood-firing kiln and
Ceramics students and faculty will be participating again in the Empty Bowls fundraising event by creating ceramic bowls that will be for sale. This year’s event will be held on Sept. 23 from 4:30-8 p.m. at Panera Bread located at
2016 is the fourth year running that the symposium has been hosted at the Springfield Art Museum, thanks to the Director Nick Nelson and the special relationship that has been fostered between our institutions. The museum offers many wonderful opportunities
Art professor Jacek Fraczak’s family collection of Nikifor Krynicki watercolor paintings will be on display in the Duane G. Meyer Library from April 14-May 13. Paintings depict religious architecture, portraits, rural scenes The paintings come from the Alfons Karny Collection.
Outlandish fashions, dance music and fads are iconic images of the 1970s, but for those who lived it, the decade was more than leisure suits and disco. Over the next three months, Missouri State is bringing the 1970s into full
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Congratulations to Professor Bruce West for being featured in the upcoming 2016 issue of Mind’s Eye. His work is also highlighted on the Research web page and on the Missouri State homepage. Winding road that led to destiny Is there