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THIS WEEK AROUND THE DEPARTMENT

 

 

WAFFLES ARE BACK!!!


Waffle Wednesday is back. From 8-10 a.m. on Wednesday. SAC will also set up their waffer station on Thursday between 5-6 p.m. to catch students who have late studios.

The Student Art Club [SAC] meets every Wednesday at 6:30PM in the Breezeway and will have waffles this week. Open Critiques this week, so bring a piece of art to share with the group.


 

Open Figure Drawing Session - Friday

The Student Art Club hosts the weekly open figure drawing session on Friday evenings through November 17, 2017. Randall Hall room 219

NEW TIME: 3 - 5 PM

Come draw with us!           
   



The Provost Gallery

CWU Art + Design student, Christine Dunlap has mounted the first exhibition in the new Provost Gallery in Barge Hall 302. The exhibition, "A Brief Moment", will be on display through December 1st. There will be a Gallery Reception – Wednesday, October 25th 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Christine was the recipient of the first Provost Purchase Award at last spring's student art exhibition.

 




Opportunities for art + design students!


SHIRTWORKS is still looking for an art + design student who would be interested in working part-time (10 to 15 hours per week to start) and would like to help out and learn the art of screenprinting. Contact Dan Rossow, owner, at 925-3469
 

 

In the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery

Through October 22,2017

The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery hosts Corporealis, a solo exhibition by visiting ceramic artist Carrie Longley.

Carrie Longley’s artwork investigates the relationship between art objects and scientific specimens. Her small-scale sculptures are biomorphic in form, combining clay with wire, wax, and pig intestine to resemble once-living creatures. They are carefully enclosed in glass domes with wooden bases as if intended for display in a 19th century natural history museum.

Sarah Spurgeon Gallery is open weekdays 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and on weekends, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free
 



Mapping Plutonium exhibit at Gallery One

 

Don't miss my exhibition at Gallery One.

Gregg Schlanger
Mapping Plutonium - the Hanford Site

is on view through October 28th.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center
Downtown Ellensburg

 

 

 

 

 

 



Night School for Artists


Gallery One is conducting professional development workshops for artists on Monday nights, 6 - 8PM. Registration is required and the cost can be free to art + design students. Drop by the gallery or call 925-2670.

PHOTOGRAPH YOUR ART – Oct. 16
An image speaks a thousand words, so make sure your photos do some talking.
USE YOUR IMAGES – Oct. 23
Use Photoshop to make your images shine. Learn how to save and move files around.
DESIGN A WEBSITE – Nov. 6
Create a digital business card… it’s easier than you think!
SHOW YOUR WORK – Nov. 13
Now that you have “mad” skills, learn how to put them to use and get your work out there.
 



I hope to see you around the department!

Gregg Schlanger, Chair
Department of Art + Design
Central Washington University
schlanger@cwu.edu

 


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