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Art + Design

College of Arts and Humanities
Greetings!
 
This week the department presents the opening of the 2 019 CWU Department of Art + Design Faculty Exhibition. This biennial exhibit features recent artwork by nineteen full and part-time faculty, emeritus faculty, and graduate teaching assistants. It all begins at 4pm on Tuesday with an artists’ talk by several faculty. The exhibition of our three first year graduate students working towards their Master of Fine Arts degree continues in Gallery 231 through Friday. The Winter 2019 exhibition is now open for viewing in the Provost Gallery, Barge 302. The artist reception is January 29th at 4pm.
 
2019 Department of Art + Design
Faculty Exhibition
Department of Art + Design Faculty Exhibit Opens Tuesday, January 15
artists’ talk at 4:00 p.m. in Randall 117
opening reception at 5 p.m.
Sarah Spurgeon Gallery
 
The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery will host the 2019 CWU Department of Art + Design Faculty Exhibition . This biennial exhibit features recent artwork by nineteen full and part-time faculty, emeritus faculty, and graduate teaching assistants. Visitors to the gallery will have the opportunity to view sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, wood design, graphic design, photography, painting, drawing, and printmaking.
 
The opening events will take place on Tuesday, January 15, beginning with an artists’ talk at 4:00 p.m. in Randall Hall, room 117. During the talk several faculty, including David Bieloh, Maya Chachava, Marcus DiSieno, Rachel Kirk, and Stephen Robison, will give brief presentations about their work. The talk will be immediately followed by a reception in the gallery from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
 
Participating artists include: Glen Bach, Howard Barlow, Justin Colt Beckman, David Bieloh, Joan CawleyCrane, Maya Chachava, Marcus DeSieno, Joshua Humphrey, Jeremy Irvin, Rachel Hall Kirk, Keith A. Lewis, Lindsay Peyton, Stephen Robison, Margaret Sahlstrand, Gregg Schlanger, Jerry Slough, Andrea Thomas, Jacqueline Trujillo, and Matthew Wenz.
Call for Submissions!
The NOOK Gallery
The Student Art Club's brand new NOOK Gallery is now accepting submissions for its Winter 2019 Juried Student Show. All media is accepted, applications are due January 18th. 
 
This is the perfect opportunity to add a line to your artist resume/CV while gaining valuable experience formatting professional images and filling out applications for juried exhibitions in a low-stress environment! 
 
Apply via the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/jvOR6LQdsuCXSfnl1
 
Contact  SACOfficialExhibition@gmail.com  for questions
 
the Nook Gallery is located on the first floor of Randall Hall. (in the nook on the SW corner)
Congratulations!
 
 
Dr. Ellen Avitts is the new Chair of The Natural and Built Environment division of the Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association.

DIS-ORIENTATION
continues in Gallery 231
GALLERY 231
RANDALL HALL 2nd floor
January 10 - 18, 2019
 
Lindsay Peyton, Jerry Slough, and Andrea Thomas , Master of Fine Arts students of Central Washington’s Department of Art + Design are participating in an exhibition designed for first year MFA candidates, titled “Dis-Orientation”. The exhibition is in Gallery 231, located on the second floor of Randall Hall on Dean Nicholson Boulevard. The exhibition will remain until January 18th, 2019.
student employment opportunities
Student Assistant Brooks Library Student Engagement and Community Outreach
 
Job Summary
The Brooks Library is seeking an outgoing and energetic student to work in the Student Engagement and Community Outreach department.
 
Job Duties (Essential Functions):
  • Assist with library events, both on and off campus
  • Create, modify, and duplicate promotional materials
  • Distribute promotional materials on and off campus
  • Assist with organization and inventory of SECO supplies and equipment
For questions, please contact:
Name: Maureen Rust
 
Visitation Student Ambassador

Job Summary
Working under the Department of Admissions, our Student Ambassadors give daily campus tours to groups from 1-100 prospective students, with an average group size of 20-25 per Student Ambassador.
 
Job Duties
  • Speaking in public
  • Leading walking tours for up to one hour and thirty minutes in any weather
  • Working in an office setting
  • Providing excellent customer service
  • Planning events
  • Assisting with recruiting events
  • Being an Ambassador for CWU on and off campus
 
For questions, please email:
Lauren Butler
 
Department of Art + Design
Central Washington University
Randall Hall on Dean Nicholson Blvd.
509-963-2665
I hope to see you around the department!
 
Gregg Schlanger, Chair
Department of Art + Design
Central Washington University
 

 

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