Maria (Masha) Gerasimchuk-Djordjevic's graphic work (pictured above) was accepted into the Golden Bee Biennale exhibition. Moscow Global Biennale of Graphic Design Golden Bee is a competition sponsored by the Alliance Graphigue Internationale (AGI) and International Biennales Coordinating Committee (IBCC) to honor and collect the best international achievements in graphic … [Read more...] about Design faculty work included in international exhibition
Welcome back Missouri State Bears! August has certainly been a whirlwind, with new schedules, hectic parking, and challenging classes. With September rolling in and the semester settling down, be sure to come see what this month's First Friday Art Walk has to offer! This Friday, there will be 27 participating locations and shows. From painting, glass art, Modern Art and … [Read more...] about September Art Walk: a Night to Remember!
Congratulations, Dr. Billie Follensbee! Her research earned her a spot in the 2018 edition of Mind's Eye, which will be distributed soon. Read about her fascinating work, or watch the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOXCkNriL78 … [Read more...] about Dr. Billie Follensbee’s work featured in Mind’s Eye
The Springfield Art Museum in collaboration with Missouri State University will be hosting the Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) in Visual Studies showcase, with an opening reception on Friday, May 4th from 5:30-7:00 pm! The show will be comprised of many works by graduate students: Ainura Ashirova, Tawn Dickison, Vladan Djordjevic, Shen Chen Hsieh, Xuehua Jin, My Que Luu, Neal … [Read more...] about Springfield Art Musuem: MFA Showcase
This Friday, April 6, an exhibition of works by students in the Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies program at Missouri State University's Department of Art and Design will be opening at the Mighty Sharp Gallery. Artists Ainura Ashirova, Neal Polallis, Xuehue Jin and Vladan Djordjevic will be exhibiting their work that explores multicultural topics. Their work includes … [Read more...] about 3&1 an exhibition featuring works by MFA students