Keith Davis by far the best known historian of photography and writer living, and we are fortunate to have the amazing collection he’s built at the Nelson-Atkins as a near resource for our students. He’s authored the most important history
In this summer Study Away experience, you’ll immerse yourself in the culture of Paris, Arles and Nice — learning about everything from pastry to street art to cycling.
Travel to Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto and immerse yourself in the culture and life of Japan. This summer experience will take place from June 6 – June 19.
There will be a candidacy review information session Thursday, March 9th at 8:20 p.m at Brick City 1, Room 302. If you’re nervous about candidacy review, then this could be a great opportunity for you!
Todd will be traveling to Paris soon, so in order to help him cover some of the expenses, we are organizing a fundraiser. TODD ABROAD will take place at 417 Taphouse on March 4th, beginning at 6p.m. Stop by and
Cory Powell, December 2016 graduate, had three prints selected for the Juried Undergraduate Exhibition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. He is also has been hired as the Fashion/Product Photographer for Mark Ashton. And, Sarah Hiatt, BFA 2013, is
Nicole Jacquard, Professor at IU in Bloomington and President of the Society of North American Goldsmiths, will give a lecture on Thursday, March 2 , 7 pm in Brick 1, room 312, and a workshop on Voodoo dolls in Brick
Todd Reynolds, a Masters of Fine Arts student in his final year of the program in Visual Studies, will be presenting a selection of works at the Paris Ass Book Fair in Paris, France, between March 10 and 12. The
Exhibition Dates: Friday, February 24th- Friday, March 10th, 2017 (Closed for Spring Break from Saturday, March 11th- Saturday, March 18th) First Friday Art Walk Reception: March 3rd, from 6:00- 10:00 pm The Student Exhibition will be showcasing the work of MSU Art Foundations
Works by two MSU Metals majors have been accepted into the “Alchemy” biennial exhibition of the Enamelist Society. A silver and enamel brooch created by Joakima Day and a silver and enamel ring by Jacie McGowan will first be exhibited