ARTS Extravanganza/School of Art Featured on TV
December 6, 2006
Where: WBGSU PBS TV Channel 27
WBGSU PBS TV Channel 27 will air a feature presentation of the 3rd Annual ARTS Extravanganza and the BGSU School of Art on Wednesday, Dec 6 at 8:00 pm.
Contact: Greg Mueller
Violence And Art Film Series: Natural Born Killers
December 6, 2006
Where: Fine Arts Center - Room 204
Directed by Oliver Stone/Written by Quentin Tarantino, 1994, USA, 118 min
Delivery boy Mickey Knox (Woody Harrelson) falls in love with customer Mallory Wilson (Juliette Lewis). He soon helps her kill her abusive father (Rodney Dangerfield) and enabling mother (Edie McClurg), beginning their macabre journey down Route 666. Their M.O.: every few miles, they attack everyone within their site, invariably leaving only one person alive to tell the tale. The two are made famous by unscrupulous reporter Wayne Gale (Robert Downy jr.), as they run across the countryside, pursued by the equally sadistic Jack Scagnetti (Tom Sizemore). Just before the trial, a ratings-whoring interview by the same reporter who made them famous leads to pandemonium, not just within the prison itself, but nationwide. A satire of the media, public opinion, and the modern attitude toward violence.
Sponsored by the BGSU Art History Association
Contact: Allie Terry
57th Annual Faculty/Staff Exhibition
December 2, 2006 through January 17, 2007
Where: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery
An opportunity to appreciate the efforts of some of the finest artists in this region, this exhibition presents work in a wide range of media by current and emeriti faculty and current staff members of the School of Art. Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery.
Opening Reception Saturday, December 2, 7-9 pm.
Preview Day: December 2
Closed December 17, 2005 - January 8, 2006 for winter recess.
Contact: Jacqueline S. Nathan, Gallery Director, 419-372-8525
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December 2, 2006
Where: Fine Arts Center
Admission to Bowling Green State University as a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree candidate, requires both admission to the University (university application) and approval to the School of Art through a portfolio review. While it is not necessary to be fully accepted by the University at the time you schedule your portfolio review, it is recommended that your undergraduate application be on file when you come for your review.
(This is NOT a National Portfolio Days event - This is an official review of art portfolios for application to the School of Art)
Please read and understand the policies and procedures regarding School of Art portfolio reviews before registering for this review.
Contact: Sue Weisshaar
Tea Time: Nathan Murray
December 1, 2006
Where: Fine Arts Center - Ceramics Studio
TEA TIME is meant to be a half hour presentation where we will be inviting faculty from around the school and university to come and give short slide talks while having tea and donut holes. It is supposed to be a nice break at the end of the week where students and faculty can relax and exchange ideas while having a bit of tea and sugar!
Bring your own mug! This is open to the BGSU community - Please join us when you can.
Hosted by the BGSU Ceramics Department
Contact: Stephanie Rozene
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