The School of Art and Design will present Simulacrum: How to Make Money (While Destroying Photographs), an exhibition of conceptual art made by artist and former School of Art and Design faculty member Ariel C. Wilson. The exhibition is one of the offerings of the Birke Fine Arts Symposium.
Marshall University Libraries and the School of Art and Design are presenting “Optimism in Appalachia: Reclaiming Hope through Artwork, Crafts, and Poetry,” an exhibition that will be on display through May 5 in Drinko Library on the Huntington campus. An opening reception is planned for 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, in the Drinko Atrium. It
Marshall University’s School of Art and Design will open a two-person sculpture exhibit, Voyage of Life, Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Marshall University Art Professor Ian Hagarty attended public screenings and the award ceremony for the European Cultural Centre’s Personal Structures —Reflections exhibition, held in conjunction with the Venice Biennale 2022. A work by Hagarty and Marshall Photography Associate Professor Danny Kaufmann, Riverine, was featured.
Marshall University’s School of Art and Design is relocating its Birke Art Gallery from Smith Hall to the Visual Arts Center in downtown Huntington and is hosting a grand re-opening celebration from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16. It takes place at 927 Third Ave. and is free and open to all.
The Marshall University School of Art and Design has two exhibitions in early November at the Visual Arts Center, 927 3rd Ave. in downtown Huntington. Exhibits on view in the Charles W. and Norma C. Carroll Gallery include Composite, which will be displayed Nov. 7-10, and Witness Actuality, Nov. 14-17.
The Marshall University School of Art and Design will open its second round of exhibitions this fall — Convergent, highlighting three artists’ innovations in painting, photography and collage, and Sense/s/, an interactive sculpture and photography exhibition from the minds of Christiana Caro and Kimberly Lyle.
The Marshall University School of Art and Design will open two exhibitions in the upcoming weeks — Heirloom, featuring the works of artists from throughout the country, and a photography and textiles exhibition, Bloody Soil, by New York artist Linda Smith.
Marshall University Professor of Art Sandra Reed was chosen and recently completed an Artist-in-Residence program May 12-June 11 at the Weir Farm National Historical Park, located in Connecticut.