Visiting Historian, Victor Alejandro Sorell
March 23, 2005
Where: Bowen-Thompson Student Union - Room 208
208 Bowen-Thompson Student Union
Victor Alejandro Sorell
Social Historian of Art, Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences,
Chicago State University
"Illuminated Handkerchiefs, Tattooed Bodies, and Prison Scribes: Meditations on the Aesthetic, Religious and Social Sensibilities of Chicano Pintos"
Funded by the Medici Circle, Art History, and the School of Art
Contact: 419-372-2895 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BFA SENIOR THESIS EXHIBITION
March 20 through April 10, 2005
Where: Fine Arts Center - Bryan and Wankelman Galleries & BTSU Gallery
In this exhibition, 75 students who are completing the Baccalaureate in Fine Arts degree display a selection of work that shows the remarkable skills and thoughtfulness that have brought them to this important moment in their lives. The show will include a broad range of media, and a number of substantial cash awards will be conferred. Much of this work will also be for sale. Please join us for the Opening Reception to meet the artists on Saturday, March 19: 7-8 pm - BTSU Galleries & Theatre 8-9:30 pm - Fine Arts Center Galleries Gallery hours are Tu - Sa 10-4 and Su 1-4.
Contact: Jacqueline S. Nathan, Gallery Director, 372-8525
Visiting Artist: Andy Cooperman
March 18 through March 19, 2005
Where: Fine Arts Center - Rooms 101 & 1101
Workshop: March 18th & 19th, 10:00am - 4:30pm
Fine Arts Center - Room 101
Lecture: Friday, March 18th, at 7:00pm
Fine Arts Center - Room 1101
Seattle Jeweler/Metalsmith, Andy Cooperman, will be conducting an intensive 2-day workshop entitiled Imaginative Captures and evening slide lecture that will focus on integrating alternative materials while pushing the traditional boundaries of stone settings such as prongs and bezels. Participants will be exposed to and explore various methods of holding and capturing solutions for stones and much more. The artist will also share insight on employment pathways and developing and maintaining a career in the field as an artist, craftsperson, metalsmith.
The BGSU Metals and Jewelry Department is excited to be hosting this opportunity for hands-on instruction and extends a warm thank you to Medici Circle for help in funding this event.
Workshop Sign up in the Metals/Jewelry Studio
Fine Arts Center - Room 101
Contact: Becky McDonah: email@example.com or 419-372-3703
Visiting Artist Michael Barnes
March 14 through March 17, 2005
Where: Fine Arts Center - printmaking studios & Room 1101
Workshop: March 14 through March 17 Fine Arts Center - printmaking studios Lecture: Wednesday, March 16, 6-7:30pm Fine Arts Center - Room 1101 Visiting Artist Michael Barnes will present an artist's lecture on Wednesday, March 16 from 6-7:30pm in room 1101. He will also conduct a printmaking workshop Monday, March 14 through Thursday, March 17 in the printmaking studios. During this workshop, he will make printing plates and students will print a multi-color lithograph for the artist. Spectators are welcome at any time. Michael Barnes currently teaches at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. He received his MFA from the University of Iowa in 1996 and his BFA from Alma College, Alma, MI in 1991. His prints and drawings have been exhibited extensively throughout the U.S. as well in exhibitions in Japan, Finland, Romania, Poland, Estonia, and Taiwan.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-372-8515
Digital Arts Concert series: events on the cutting edge of interactive electronic music
March 14, 2005
Where: Moore Musical Arts Center - Kobacker Hall
Moore Musical Arts Center - Kobacker Hall
Digital Arts Concert series: events on the cutting edge of interactive electronic music including "Tarogato", for tarogato/clarinet, dance, and octophonic computer music, performed by Burton Beerman, choreography and dance by Celesta Haraszti, with performances by Heather Elliott-Famularo, Anthony Elijah Gilmore, and Meshack Simati. The artwork of ceramic artist, Juliane Shibata will also be featured as part of the staging.
The premiere performance of Tarogato took place at the 23rd Annual BGSU New Music & Art Festival, staged with a dance ensemble. Subsequent performances with solo dancer, took place throughout Eastern Europe, Vienna and Italy,during the 2000/2002 tour of the ELECTRIC ARTS DUO, comprised of Celesta Haraszti, dancer/choreographer and Burton Beerman, clarinet, In 2005 Larry Austin celebrates his 75th birthday, and the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music of the College of Musical Arts at BGSU invited him to present a concert of his music on Monday March 14th 8:00 p.m. at Kobacker Hall.
TAROGATO is among the electroacoustic works that will be presented.
Contact: email@example.com or 419-372-9943
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