The artwork of Associate Professor Ian Hagarty (School of Art and Design, College of Arts and Media) will have recently been featured in three exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad. A two-person exhibition with sculptor Dmitri Obergfell (Denver, Colorado) titled “You Are What I Was, You Will Be What I Am,” was on view at the gallery Montoro12 Contemporary in Rome, Italy, between September and October.
“Tribute to the Disappeared,” an exhibition to honor victims of injustice around the world, will open at Marshall University’s Birke Art Gallery Wednesday, Oct. 5, with an opening reception at 4:30 p.m. The same day, an art workshop will be conducted by curator Andrea Arroyo at 1 p.m. in Marshall’s Memorial Student Center, room 2W22, and a presentation by Arroyo will take place at 7 p.m. in the Shawkey Room of the MSC.
The School of Art and Design will celebrate the success of the faculty exhibition “Intermix,” with a closing reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, in the Visual Art Center’s Charles W. and Norma C. Carroll Gallery. The exhibition, however, will remain on display through Sept. 30.
The Barnes Agency is ready to take applications from currently enrolled Marshall University students for a Fall 2016 Graphic Design internship. Continue reading…
The summer series of the Huntington Area Art Society kicks off this evening with a new focus: artwork created in relationship to buildings, such as stained glass and public art on buildings.
The first of three presentations, “Von Gerichten Stained Glass: An American Tradition,” will be led by guest presenter Dennis Shobe, owner and operator of Shobe’s Stained Glass, and will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 11, at The Cellar Door, 905 Third Ave.
Titled “Appalachian Dirt” and featuring work from more than 20 ceramists from West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, a new exhibition up at Marshall University’s Visual Arts Center aims to break the mold on the thought that ceramics is limited to pottery alone.
“‘Appalachian Dirt’ shows the breadth of how contemporary ceramists are working and, in particular, highlights how ceramists in our region are working with the medium,” said Frederick Bartolovic, associate professor of ceramics at Marshall. Continue reading…
Events surrounding the annual Ruth Sullivan Rally for Autism® this weekend will include activities featuring nationally known savant artist Michael Tolleson. This is the first time that the events surrounding the rally will include art-related activities.
Students and faculty from Marshall University’s School of Art and Design will play a part in “Reinventing and Reinvesting in the Local for Our Common Good” at this weekend’s 51st annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Association at the Big Sandy Conference Center in Huntington.
“Art and Life: An Exhibition of Work by Visual Art Majors in Marshall University’s School of Art and Design and College of Arts and Media,” will be on view in the Dogwood Room throughout the conference and will feature work by 10 visual arts seniors: Tanya Abbett, Courtney Childers, Michael Gallimore, Paige Grimaldi, Kaitlyn Hartford, Lydia Lake, Ashley Loftis, Kayla Shapley, Ashley Taylor and Eryn Wilson. The school’s director, Sandra Reed, curated the event, identifying works from senior visual art majors who are currently completing their capstone projects. The artists will be present on Friday, April 8, for a special session, “Talk with the Artists: Life and Art,” scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to noon.
Mayor Steve Williams and Huntington in Bloom representatives recognized Marshall University School of Art and Design students who have created colorful street banners for downtown Huntington during a ceremony Feb. 23 at the Visual Arts Center.
The Collaborative, the Marshall University School of Art and Design’s hands-on, student-centered art workshop at the Visual Arts Center, is starting back Saturday, Feb. 20, and will continue for the next three Saturdays. Continue reading…