From April 29 to May 13 at the Brick City Gallery, the BFA Senior Exhibition will be on display.
Metals BFA student Lisa Hamilton has had a work accepted by the jury into the 59th Annual Delta Exhibition at the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock; her piece was one of 73 chosen out of 1120 submitted. The show
Come see recent student work from the Department’s Photography and Metals/Jewelry areas. Exhibition dates: Friday, January 27th- Friday, February 17th Reception: First Friday Art Walk, February 3rd, 6:00-10:00pm Student Exhibition Center 838 East Walnut Street Hours: Monday – Friday 11:00am-
An exhibit reflecting the work of students in ART 386: Art of Africa and ART 488: Basic Conservation of Art and Artifacts will run Sept. 21 – Dec.16, 2016 at Duane G. Meyer Library, Room 306, Special Collections and Archives.
Stewart Nachmias creates multi-dimensional cast paper woodcuts that celebrate the energy of urban life in expressionist images drawn from his own experiences as a musician, performer and artist. Nachmias was born in 1958 in the borough of Queens in New
Art students will have the opportunity to participate in several unique workshops and lectures this month, including an award-winning New York artist who incorporates sculpture, design, painting and photography into her work, one of the Mexico’s most recognized artisan-sculptors, and
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September will feature two exhibition openings at the BCG. Matthew Zupnick: The Big One… or Small Works Exhibition (9/4-10/3), in the East Gallery, with a First Friday Art Walk Reception: 5:30-8pm, September 4, 2015, and Ozark Impressions: Jim McCord Exhibition
Storyboards, Graphic Novels, Cartoons. The exhibition will be held in Room 210 of Meyer Library on the MSU campus (For directions and library hours, phone 417-569-4700). The exhibition is free and open to the public. At 3:00 p.m. on Friday,
The first exhibition for the 2015-16 school year at the Student Exhibition Center will be the Biennial exhibition of student work by Animation, Digital Arts, and Electronic Arts students. August 28-September 19, 2015, with a First Friday opening reception on
The Recital of Flesh: Transcending Time and Transmutation Jenni Lombardi : Sculpture Ian Minich : Wet-plate Collodion Tin-type Photographs Mateo Rueda : Digital Art Friday February 27 – Friday, March 20, 2015 Artists’ Reception 5–7:00 p.m. Friday, February 27 First