Category Archives: Art + Design

Art students wrap up semester with exhibitions

Nearly 500 art students will be showcasing their works at campus art galleries before fall semester ends in December. The Student Exhibition Center and Brick City Gallery will feature diverse student work between three exhibitions: the Sculpture, Drawing, and Painting Students’ …

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Art professor’s work featured in Kansas art museum exhibit

The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park, Kansas, recently opened its exhibit “Domestic Seen,” focusing on seven artists who employ domestic interiors and objects in their work. Sean Lyman, associate professor in art and design, has several pieces …

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Electronic arts featured in next Bears in the Know lunch

The electronic arts program will be showcased at the Nov. 18 Bears in the Know luncheon. This luncheon will go in-depth about the creativeness and diligence of this award-winning department, with presentations from the following speakers: Mark Biggs, associate professor and …

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MFA graduate student work chosen for international competition

An illustration by Maria Gerasimchuk-Djordjevic, a Master of Fine Arts in visual studies student, has been chosen among the winners of the international Latin American Fotografía and Ilustración competition. The jury consisted of six international illustrators, designers and art directors gathered from …

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