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Faculty Exhibition – “Impermanent Topography”

Faculty Exhibition – “Impermanent Topography”

Impermanent Topography, Department of Art faculty exhibition, opened up to the public on January 17th and will be on exhibit through February 9, 2017.  Included in the show: Julia Barello, Tauna Cole, Craig Cully, Jessika Edgar, Motoko Furuhashi, Richard Hesketh, Wes Kline, Adam Labe, Bree Lamb, Jacob Munoz and Rachel Stevens. This is an opportunity for faculty, staff and adjunct faculty to showcase their art and for our students to see what their professors are pursuing in their studio practice.

Events During the Exhibition

January 24, 2017: Collaborative Sculpture with Motoko!    5:15 to 6:15    Open and free to the public.

Join us in the University Art Gallery to make a new tape sculpture with metals/jewelry Assistant Professor, Motoko Furuhashi.

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Organ Mountain, tape sculpture by Motoko Furuhashi

 

Jan. 26th: Artist Talks with Jessika Edgar and Richard Hesketh from 5:15 – 6:15

Feb. 2nd: Artist Talks with Tauna Cole, Wes Kline, and Bree Lamb from 5:15 – 6:15

Feb 8th: Space Harmonic Performance by Wes Kline from 5:15-5:45

Feb 9th: Valentine’s Masquerade Party, 6 – 8 pm Sponsored by FRIENDS of the UAG (Closing Event)

 

This exhibition was curated by Michelle Lanteri, interim director of the University Art Gallery.