The Department of Art’s 14th Annual Student Juried Exhibition has opened with a successful and well attended reception in the Gallery of Visual Arts (Social Science Building). The exhibition was juried by Missoula artist Bev Glueckert, and includes over 70 works from art majors from the freshman to graduate level. The exhibition runs until Thursday, October 23rd. Here are some pics from the reception and award ceremony:
Be sure to attend this wonderful exhibition before it’s too late! Congratulations to all the students who had their works selected!
OTHER ART EVENTS:
The Department of Art is pleased to host Visiting Artists Tara Wilson, a ceramicist, on October 13 for a 10.30am slide show and discussion of her work, and a 2.00pm demonstration of her techniques. Mrs. Wilson will conduct a ceramics workshop on Tuesday, October 14th from 10am-12pm. All activities will take place in the Ceramics Studio, Art Annex 128.
The 8th Annual Steamroller Print Project is also gearing up now, and will take place on Wednesday, October 29th in front of the University Theatre, from 9:00 am. till 4:00 pm. T-Shirts and cards will be available for purchase.
The Missoula Art Museum invites you to join artist Steve Holloway as he discusses his current exhibit, Following The Sense of Water, and contemporary map-making. Holloway’s work, currently on exhibit in their Education Gallery, explores his theory of RIGHT Map-Making and employs pinhole photography, printmaking, and maps. To find out more, call 728.0447 or visit the museum online.
The Museum is also proud to present the best of the 34th Annual Northwest Film and Video Festival on the big screen! Join them for an evening of the cream of the crop of regional film making. This festival draws over 300 applicants every year, and on Wednesday, October 15th they will be screen the ten best short films. Please call 728.0447 to reserve your spot ahead of time; this popular event sells out fast! Tickets are $6, or $5 for members.
If you are interested in more information on the site specific works discussed at Department of Art’s recent Site Symposium, be sure to check out the ARTStor page HERE.