Department of Art and Art History News

Penelope Davies lectures at Willson Center Research Center at Cortona

Wed. September 17, 2014

poster for research seminar with image of Roman life painting
 

Professor Penelope Davies is a featured speaker at the Willson Center Research Center at Cortona. The seminar's theme focuses on The Legacy of Classical Antiquity: Re-Visioning the Past. The seminar takes place in Cortona, Italy September 18–19.

Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban exhibit at Atelier Circulaire

Wed. September 17, 2014

Wood board leaning against gallery wall with two white marks
Gate (Woodblock), Digital output on photo glossy paper, 24” x 14", 2014.

Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban present new work in Universal at Atelier Circulaire. The work was "developed at Artists Image Resource (AIR), Pittsburgh, (Pennslyvania). While in residence at AIR, the pair generated prints and recorded the act of printing, an inherently tactile experience, to be presented as a meta-experience alongside the physical. The creation of three nearly identical prints- a silkscreen, a lithograph, and a woodblock- started an inquiry into the nature of making and the nature of documenting making.”

The exhibition will be on display September 18 through October 17.

Marc Trujillo writes about "The Upside of Art School"

Mon. September 15, 2014

Huffington post logo, H in a green square
 

Marc Trujillo (B.A. Studio Art, 1991) discusses his experience in art school on the Huffington Post.

Veronica Kumpf exhibition and interview

Mon. September 15, 2014

painting of man dressed in blue playing guitar
Image courtesy of the artist and gallery.

Veronica Kumpf (undergraduate candidate in Studio Art) presents work at the New East Arts Gallery. The exhibition is on display September 6–September 19.

Kumpf was also interviewed by KOOP radio, 91.7 FM.

Jeff Williams presents "Part for the Whole" at the School of Architecture

Mon. September 15, 2014

exhibition post card with images of wood, brick, and plastic
 

Professor Jeff Williams presents work in Part for the Whole at the Materials Lab in the School of Architecture. Williams used "materials from the library's extensive 28,000+ sample collection and seizes upon the artificiality of the prescribed function of these objects." The exhibition will be on display through October 17 and a reception will be held September 17, 12–2 p.m.