Spring 2004 :
MFA Painting Alums & Current Graduate Painting Students
the work of:
Lori Ellis, Rachel Simmons, and Thuan VU
January 20- February 13, 2004
Opening Reception: Friday January 23, 2004 6-8pm
Lecture and Slides: Friday January 23, 2004 4-5pm
Artists will be at the reception to discuss their work.
exhibition features recent work by former LSU painting grads as well as
current painting grads and was organized to show a
line of students from the same program (often times taught by the same
teachers) in various stages of their careers.
For many students, years of intense effort culminate in graduation and
what? The (re)visiting
artists will meet with the current graduate students on Friday to discuss life
after grad school.
Come check out the exhibition and see if you can trace the Lineage among the exhibited works.
17-March 10, 2004
8 Fluid Ounces:
A National Juried Ceramic Cup Exhibition
Andrea Hull Untitled Pair #1 Clay, Stains, Glaze 5.5x7.75x5.75 2003
Michaelene Walsh currently teaches at Louisiana State University as an Assistant Professor of Ceramics. She received her M.F.A. in Ceramics from Alfred University in New York and her B.F.A. from the University of Illinois at Urbana in Champaign. Her work has been featured in national periodicals including American Craft and Ceramics Monthly. Ms. Walsh served as a juror for exhibitions including the Fall Festival of Arts at the Ohr-OKeefe Museum in Biloxi Mississippi.
The exhibition features work from over 40 artists from Canada and across the country including Arizona, California, Utah, Arkansas, New York and Louisiana. Graduate students from the LSU School of Art Ceramics Program will also be included. This program was supported in part by funds from the Louisiana State Arts Council and the Louisiana Division of the Arts and by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge through the Decentralized Arts Funding Program.
An Unusual Art Sale II
Be one of the first ones through the door for this amazing art sale. Artists from across the state including Edward Pramuk, Kathleen Lemoine, Michael Crespo and Libby Johnson will donate their work to the LSU School of Art Gallery to be sold on a lottery basis for the incredible low price of $99.00. This means anyone can afford to start collecting art, especially students. One of the highlights of last years events was seeing students delightedly walk away with works they might not otherwise have access to. It was great fun for bargain hunters and art lovers alike. The artist names will be revealed after purchase. Can you tell who created what without a label? The unframed pieces will be up for viewing only during the week from Tuesday Friday 10-4 and Saturday 12-4. The Gallery door will close at 4pm and will reopen at 6pm for the Sale. Live music, door prizes and delicious refreshments will make the evening a party. All proceeds will go towards the School of Art Gallery support fund to help pay for exhibition expenses.
Last year this event was a roaring success. Come join in the fun, get a great piece of art for practically nothing and help support the Gallery.