You should all be settling into your new sections today… and should have received a breakdown of your foundation grade from your faculty. If you did not, please ask!
This week we welcome artist and teacher Todd Bartel from Watertown Massachusetts. Please join us at 9am on Wednesday October 19th to learn more about his collage work that spans painting, drawing and sculpture and examines the roles of landscape and nature in contemporary culture.
As the construction comes to completion in the new McGee Pavilion, the students in the “Inventing the Student Run Gallery” course have been planning the first exhibition.
I am happy to announce that the name chosen for the new student run gallery, from among many suggestions, is the Robert C. Turner Gallery.
At the request of the students setting up the gallery this semester, I am sending out the attached Call for Submissions. Work is requested from undergraduate students working in all art disciplines.
This is an exciting opportunity to exhibit work in the first show in the new student gallery space. The deadline for submissions is October 19, accepted work will be announced October 22, and the exhibition will open on October 28.
This just in from Kathy and Lise….check to download a copy of the power point they showed in class. Content and images are taken from “Perspective: A Point of View”, by Jane H. James, 1989, Prentice Hall. Perspective
Corrie Burdick’s Special Education class is working on a mural project with the Dementia Unit at St James Hospital in Hornell (part of McCauley Manor). She’s looking for artists who are interested in joining the action on Saturdays or Sundays. Contact Corrie at email@example.com.
If you are interested in study abroad programs…the Office of International Programs will host a Study Abroad Fair on Friday, October 21, 11 am to 2 pm in the Knight Club. See what great options are out there!