A mini art exhibition titled, TRASHED: An Excavation of the Art-making Process, will have an opening reception Thursday, April 17th from 5-6 p.m. in the Art Lounge in the Center for the Arts. This exhibition will run until Tuesday, May 6th.
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The Department of Art & Design invites the public to the reception for the Spring Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition #2 on Thursday, April 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for Arts Gallery (CA 155). Artwork created by senior BFA candidates Rachel Collier, Sierra Fosness, Takara Geck, Meghann Hlibichuk, Jamie Hohnadel, Jennifer Junker, Morgan Leapaldt, Michelle Mork, Amanda Olson, Kristen R. Perala, Jonathan Reich, Kaitlyn Rewitzer, Lydia Rusch, Brooke Stewart, and Fan Yin will be on display from Monday, April 14 to Thursday, April 24. Students are working towards fulfillment of requirements for the BFA in Art and Design. Read the rest of this entry →
The Department of Art & Design invites the public to the reception for the Student Juried Exhibition on Thursday, April 3 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts Gallery (CA 155). Student awards will be announced during the reception at 5 p.m.
Artwork created by students during the 2013-14 academic year, and selected by visiting juror Hilary Wilder will be on display from Monday, March 31 to Thursday, April 10. Read the rest of this entry →
Check out the blog. Last semester the Photography Department began showcasing student work and now you are invited to enjoy the photographs collected over the past few months. Posts include work from individual students excelling on particular assignments to submissions from entire classes ranging from Intro to Photography courses to senior level studios. Be sure to revisit the blog as new work is added every week.
Brad Bachmeier, Art & Design, was selected as Artist in Residence for the Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona.
The Artist-In-Residence Program at Petrified Forest National Park offers artists the opportunity to pursue their discipline while being surrounded by the park’s inspiring landscape, heritage and geology. Best known for globally significant Late Triassic fossils, the park attracts geologists, paleontologists, archeologists, historians, and biologists, just to name a few. The park is also haven for those searching for scenic vistas, wilderness, hiking, dark skies, and beautiful, vast landscapes. Ceramic artist and Professor Brad Bachmeier will have access to over 800 archeological and historic sites that represent more than 13,000 years of human history and one of the most diverse collections of prehistoric pottery fragments in the Southwest. As part of the residency, Bachmeier will provide several programs to the public about his work and study. Read the rest of this entry →
Madeline Murnion, a printmaking student in the Art Department, was accepted into the show, From Roots To Leaves; An Exhibition of Tree Inspired Art Work at the Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs. From Roots to Leaves was curated from 277 artworks submitted by 102 artists through out the United States. The 52 selected artworks illustrate the strength and beauty of trees. The exhibition opens March 21 and continues through April 29, 2014
The Department of Art & Design invites the public to the reception for the Spring Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition #1 on Thursday, March 6 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts Gallery (CA 155). Artwork created by senior BFA candidates Brittney Berthiaume, Brittany Cossette, Sarah Dutcher, Chantel Fugere, Katelyn Hanson, Victoria Hoffman, Carly Kohout, Erika Mathison, Paige Mauch, Megan Quiring, Alex Richard, Samuel Williams, and Dwight Winger will be on display from Monday, March 3 to Thursday, March 13. Students are working towards fulfillment of requirements for the BFA in Art and Design. Read the rest of this entry →
The Department of Art & Design is offering summer courses, including: ART 101-Basic Drawing 1, ART 125-Foundation Design, and ART 499-Workshop: Art Therapy.
For a full list of offered summer courses, please check the online course schedule on the MSUM website.
Art & Design summer courses are available to any and all MSUM students and faculty! Read the rest of this entry →
Springing from work done in Steve Grineski’s Ed. 310 class, art education major Marissa Van Vleet continued her social justice work by volunteering at Churches United for the Homeless on Saturday mornings running an art club for children. Van Vleet’s advisor Brad Bachmeier hopes to turn this into a sustainable program in the future.
Read more in The Forum article.
Thursday, Feb. 20 from 5-8 p.m. is the reception for an art exhibit featuring area university and college art faculty at the Kaddatz Gallery in Fergus Falls. The exhibit featuring work from Brad Bachmeier, Lauren Kinney, Jim Park, Sherry Short, Wil Shynkaruk, Kelli Sinner, Patrick Vincent and Chris Walla runs through March 29.
The Department of Art & Design invites the public to the reception for the Spring Bachelor Art/Bachelor of Science Exhibition on Thursday, Feb. 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for Arts Gallery (CA 155). Artwork created by senior B.A. and B.S. candidates Brittany Anderson, Hiroshi Hanabusa, Renae Hansen, Sandie Jermyn, Billie Kitzman, Courtney Krauter, Brittany Krebs, Lindsey Lee, Stephanie Lech-Geffre, Britney Lietha, Gideon Meyer, Samantha Muraski, Ben Peterson, Ethan Smith, and Yvonne Wegscheid will be on display from February 17 – 27. Students are working towards fulfillment of requirements for the B.A. in Art and the B.S. in Art Education. Read the rest of this entry →
The Roland Dille Center for the Arts Gallery is looking for work for its national juried show “Breaking the Rules.” There is no entry fee and is open to anyone 18+ years and currently living in the United States. Entry deadline is Tuesday, March 11. For more information, application and artwork requirements, please visit the Gallery’s Facebook page.
Carl Oltvedt, professor of Art, has been awarded a Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant for 2014.
The MN Sate Arts Board Artist Initiative grants support and assist “artists at various stages in their careers. It encourages artistic development, nurtures artistic creativity, and recognizes the contributions individual artists make to the creative environment of the state of Minnesota.” The program funds artists in various artistic fields, including visual arts, music, dance, theater and poetry. Read the rest of this entry →
The Department of Art and Design invites the public to the reception for the Art & Design Faculty Exhibition on Thursday, Feb. 6 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for Arts Gallery (CA 155). Artwork created by faculty members: Zhimin Guan, Loral Iverson-Hannaher, Debra Knutson, Meredith Lynn, Trygve Olson, Jim Park, Leila Rastegar, Sherry Short, Kelli Sinner, Andrew Stark, Patrick Vincent, Chris Walla, Brad Bachmeier, Loretta Cantieri, and Lauren Kinney will be on display Feb 3 – Feb. 13.
Also on view are faculty-donated works for sale to help fund the new Timothy Ray Memorial Art Scholarship. Read the rest of this entry →
Anna Arnar, Department of Art & Design, presented a paper in early January at a conference sponsored by the College Book Arts Association in Salt Lake City, Utah. The paper titled “Obliterated, Looted, and Dispersed Print: Two Case Studies of Contemporary Bookworks from Documenta 13” represents research that she has done over the last two summers on the theme of Libricide. Read the rest of this entry →
Please join Meghan Duda, photographer and Assistant Professor in Cinema Arts & Digital Technologies, at Instinct Art Gallery on Nicollet Mall in Downtown Minneapolis for the opening of Still the Sky, an exhibition featuring her work along with artists Jamie Burmeister, Eric Dubnicka, Wendy Fernstrum, Elizabeth Garvey, Ben Moren, David Sebberson, and Lynn Speaker. The reception is Saturday, Jan. 25 from 6-8 p.m., and the show runs through March 15. Read the rest of this entry →
The Department of Art and Design invites the public to the reception for the Visiting Artist Exhibition: M.A. Papanek-Miller & Jenni Brant at the Roland Dille Center for Arts Gallery (CA 155), on Thursday, Jan. 23, from 4 to 6 p.m. The artists will speak about their work in the gallery at 5 p.m. Read the rest of this entry →
MSUM photography student Courtney Krauter is among fifty-eight national and international artists selected for inclusion in Winter Air, a juried show presented by View, a gallery in Old Forge, New York. Krauter’s piece, titled Wintery Mix, will be on display beginning Jan. 18 through April 27. The exhibition showcases a range for media including graphite, oils, acrylic, watercolor, fiber, photography and mixed media that “range in form from vignettes and compositions of the winter landscape to purely abstract interpretations that take the viewer into the cold heart of a winter’s day.”
You can find a description of the exhibition as well of a list of all artists here: www.viewarts.org/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=173:winterair&Itemid=182
MOORHEAD – Brittany Cossette knew the perfect subject for a portrait assignment in one of her photography classes at Minnesota State University Moorhead last fall.
She just didn’t realize at the time that the assignment would get her into an international juried gallery show – or lead to her current relationship with Brian DeMars, the subject of the portrait and a co-worker at Johnny Carino’s restaurant that she got to know better during the 45-minute photo session.
Cossette’s portrait, “Something I Need,” was among the 60 selected out of more than 800 submissions for the recent “Faces” juried show at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vt.
The 23-year-old native of Barnesville, Minn., took a “roundabout” path to finding photography that started with her high school hopes of pursuing a career in fashion design.
As she neared high school graduation in 2009, Cossette said she wasn’t ready to move to Los Angeles or New York to try to find a break in the competitive industry. Instead, she enrolled at North Dakota State University, taking a year of general courses with the idea that she could start fashion design classes there. Read the rest of this entry →
The Department of Art and Design invites the public to the Visiting Artist Exhibition: M.A. Papanek-Miller & Jenni Brant at the Roland Dille Center for Arts Gallery (CA 155), on view from Jan. 13 – 30. M.A. Papanek-Miller is a mixed media artist working primarily with woven and layered images that provoke environmental concerns specifically with animals and regarding water access, use and ownership. Jenni Brant is a ceramic artist who creates elegantly crafted serving vessels and dinnerware meant to ritualize, celebrate and bring merriment to the everyday activities of eating and serving food.
Opening reception: Thursday, Jan. 23, 4 – 6 p.m. Artist talk in the gallery, 5 p.m.
Gallery Hours are Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.