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This Week Around the Department of Art


With a new exhibition opening in the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery and the Student Art Club spreading more Red Sand around campus, this will be another art filled week for you. Student exhibitions return to Gallery 231 on Tuesday, February, 21st with a senior exhibit by Kris Berg.
 

IN THE SARAH SPURGEON GALLERY
Norman Lundin
February 16—March 12

Thursday, Feb. 16:

4:00 p.m., Artist Talk Randall Hall, room 117

5:00-7:00 p.m., Reception in the Gallery

Norman Lundin paints realistic interiors and landscapes in subdued tones, with an emphasis on light and shadow. The quiet settings are absent, but suggestive of human presence. Lundin is an Emeritus Professor of Art at the University of Washington, and Co-Director of the Prographica/KDR Gallery in Seattle.


STUDENT ART CLUB (SAC)

THURSDAY at 6:30PM in the Breezeway.  Come join us
This Thursday: Movie Night: 6:30 in Randall 117
Girl With a Pearl Earring
 

The Bateman team, students in Public Relations at CWU and part of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is looking for student artwork dealing with mental health, directly or indirectly. If you have artwork that fits this theme, please bring to the Breezeway at 6:30pm on Tuesday to be considered for an exhibition at the Clymer Museum in March.

 

Open Figure Drawing Session:
Friday evening - 6:00PM
Randall 219
Draw, Paint or whatever medium you use.
Sponsored by the Student Art Club. Free to attend. Donations appreciated.

 

On Friday there is a Red Sand Project spreading event in the pavilion/plaza between Barge and Mitchell Hall at 12:00 noon.


MEXICO STUDY ABROAD (this summer)
A couple of seats opened up, so sign up today for two weeks in Mexico this summer. Visit Mexico City and Oaxaca with a trip out to Puebla from June 14 to June 30. Excursions to artist cooperatives, learning about culinary history from a Mexican scholar and the nuns in a Puebla convent, using tools to map urban history, and visiting a number of historic sites in both locations to learn about the use of art and history in state formation. And of course spend time in places like Cholula, Monte Alban and Teotihuacan. The price for everything (minus tuition and a passport) is just under $2,500. Interested? Get in touch with Professor Jason Dormady. dormadyj@cwu.edu  ART & HISTORY credit.

 


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