“Pink Pearl” is a multi-media visual art exhibition featuring 47 artworks that focus on both drawing and erasing. Drawing is the foundation of all art making. Erasing what has been drawn often comes in to play in the process, too. This exhibit examines drawing as well as the erasing process and how the additive and subtractive part of creating art can also be a conceptual … [Read more...] about Student Spotlight: Ainura Ashirova
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!
Cortney Metzger, a recent graduate from the Art and Design department with a BFA in ceramics, has been recognized by the Osage Nation Museum during Women’s History Month and their #5womenartists and #5WomenWahZhaZhiArtists campaigns. Cortney’s also accepted an offer from the University of New Mexico to attend graduate school with a Teaching Assistantship where she … [Read more...] about Ceramics alumna success– Cortney Metzger
Samuel Adam Swope, a 2007 BFA graduate in sculpture from the Art and Design program, has been selected by the Chronus Art Center for their Research/Creation Fellowship in Shanghai, a three-month residency over Fall 2016. While in Shanghai Sam will work on an installation project, “Floating Room” which will appear in conjunction with an artist talk and … [Read more...] about Sculpture alumnus Sam Swope
Ceramics students and faculty will be participating again in the Empty Bowls fundraising event by creating ceramic bowls that will be for sale. This year’s event will be held on Sept. 23 from 4:30-8 p.m. at Panera Bread located at 4100 S. Campbell Avenue in Springfield. Last year’s event raised more than $5,000 for the Ozarks Food Harvest. All are welcome! … [Read more...] about Empty Bowls for Ozarks Food Harvest