Visiting artist Elijah Gowin will be lecturing on April 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Brick City Room 312! Elijah Gowin uses photography to speak about ritual, landscape and memory. He was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1967 and received his
MSU metals and jewelry students took a field trip Saturday, March 25th to see the enameled works of Harold B. Helwig in a private collection near St. Louis. Here are some photos from their trip!
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
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
Fall, 2016 MFA Showcase Friday, December 2nd-Wednesday December 14th, 2016 First Friday Art Walk Reception: 6:00-10:00pm on December 2nd, 2016 The SEC will be hosting a show of work by students in the MSU Visual Studies Master of Fine Arts program
The Student Exhibition Center and Brick City Gallery will show the work of Art + Design seniors for the next few weeks. Those students completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree will be displaying their works in the last exhibitions of
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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
Dig out your bell-bottoms and leisure suits for for this ’70s-themed party! Costumed block party part of ’70s event series The department of art and design has decided to go retro this semester with several events celebrating the 1970s, including this costumed block party, to
Victoria Goro-Rapoport will be giving a demonstration on color etching techniques and giving a short presentation. Date: Friday, April 8 Time: 2:00pm Location: Brick 1—Room 110. FREE!!! Everyone is welcome to attend.