Tea Time: Joel O'Dorisio
October 27, 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
Violence And Art Film Series: Funny Games
October 25, 2006
Where: Fine Arts Center - Room 204
Directed by Michael Hanke, 1997, Austria, 108 min
Two well-educated young men befriend a family on vacation, which soon turns into a living nightmare. The family will be imprisoned and tortured, and yet, the viewers are forced mostly to imagine the violence and to share a certain complicity with the criminals. It might be some kind of game with the lives of husband, wife, son and dog. Why are they doing it? Winner of several awards, including Best Director at the Chicago Film Festival.
Sponsored by the BGSU Art History Association
Contact: Allie Terry
ARTalks: Jun Kaneko
October 23, 2006
Where: Bowen Thompson Student Union - Room 206 (Theater)
Sculptor, Ceramist, Painter and Public Artist
Born and raised in Japan, Jun Kaneko is recognized as one of the world's foremost ceramic sculptors. His monumental, elaborately glazed forms represent one of the great achievements of modern ceramics and modern sculpture. His works are held in numerous museum collections including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Joslyn Art Museum. Kaneko has taught at RISD and Cranbrook, and holds an honorary doctorate from the Royal College of Art in London. Most recently, Kaneko created the set and costume designs for Opera Omaha's Madama Butterfly to international acclaim.
Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Musical Arts, the Department of Theatre and Film, the Ceramics area of the 3D Studies Division, the School of Art and the Medici Circle
Contact: John Balistreri
October 21, 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
BGSU Preview Day: Information & Tours of Fine Art Facilities
October 21, 2006
Where: BTSU Grand Ballroom & Fine Arts Center
BTSU Grand Ballroom - School of Art Information Booth
Fine Arts Center - School of Art Information
Additional information regarding specific programs of study
Fine Arts Center - Tours of Fine Art Facilities
Tours will occur throughout the day, roughly every half-hour between 10:30am-1:30pm
(tours take approximately 30 minutes)
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