Friday, November 5, 2010

2010 Steamroller Print Project


Go to the Steamroller Print Project Blog to see additional photos by clicking HERE.


There are a few photos and the new video is now online.
Great job this year everyone.

-Jim

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

MaryAnn Bonjorni Lecture

Professor MaryAnn Bonjorni will be presenting a lecture on her sabbatical work on Thursday, October 14th, 6:00 pm in LA 11.  (The LA building is the one directly accross from the front of the art building).

You need to attend and do a one paragraph summary of her lecture.  If you cannot attend the lecture, you will need to go downtown and write a one page review of one of the exhibitions and staple an exhibition card from the gallery to your paper.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

BFA APPLICATIONS DUE: OCT 6th.

For those wanting to go through the BFA Review process this semester, BFA application forms are due in the art office by 4:00 pm. on Wednesday, October 6th.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Doug Anderson Visiting Artist (Sept. 27-30)

Doug Anderson will be installing his exhibition entitled "Asphodel" in the Gallery of Visual Arts.
Opening Reception is Thursday, September 30th, from 5-7 pm.
Doug will also be doing an Artist Lecture on his work that evening at 5:00 pm.
Artist Statement:
Asphodel is a mythical place of the Greek underworld where souls are sent to await judgment after having been ferried across the River Styx. Souls judged to be a combination of both virtuous and evil deeds remain in this grey place to wander aimlessly and without memory, having drunk from the River of Lethe (Forgetfulness). In these vast and gloomy fields grows only the Asphodel, a white flower, which is consumed by the dead. The truly virtuous souls, those blessed by the gods, pass on to the Elysian Fields. Here souls retained their memories and enjoyed pleasurable feasts and games. Those souls judged to be truly cursed are cast into the depths of Tartarus. Each soul spends eternity suffering a punishment that relates to his or her earthly crimes.

All students are required to attend his lecture and write a one paragraph statement about his presentation.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Faculty Exhibition Opening

James Bailey, "Spirals", Relief, screen, collagraph, monotype, collage, 20"x 50", 2010

The UM Faculty exhibition will be opening at the Gallery of Visual Arts in September.
Opening reception: Thursday, September 2nd, from 6:00-7:00 p.m.