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2012-13 Year in Review: Exhibitions and Lectures

Posted: October 20, 2013

Evey year, the Department of Art and Design maintains an ambitious exhibitions and lecture schedule to serve our community and to promote discussion about the arts. We broke down into numbers the amount of exhibitions and lectures that were hosted during the 2012-13 academic year between the 7 on-campus galleries. The data crunch is as follows:

Undergraduate Exhibitions - 21

Twenty-one shows by Art and Design students included:

Nathan Martinez / Tessa Alexander / Jason Emmons / Audra Day / Katharine Tompkin / Miyuki Sisson / Evan Trine / Stephanie Viteri / Alexandra Lawman / Ekaterini Angelis / Regina Robles / Blake Aaseby / Angela Newman / John Chacon / Maegan Collett / Graphic Design Senior group show / Kristen Demarjian / Typography and 3D Design Group show / Benjamin Sisson / Jill Galloway

Graduate Exhibitions - 15

Fifteen shows by MFA students included:

Barbara Hale / Michael Eaton / Tamara Borrero / Bradley Namie / Angela Lister / Alisa Barsegyan / Cabrina Alviar / MFA Cohort 7 students / Angela Dawn Lee / Eden Ortiz / Andrew Oakes / Kathryn Gilmore / Marco Hernandez / Nancy Hines

Guest Exhibitions - 12

Highlights from our twelve guest shows included:

Alumni Exhibition / Robert Bullock Gallery dedication / John Frame / Kiosk / Haunted Euth and Cristian Gheorghiu aka Smear / Christopher Slatoff / Dennis and Nan-Butler Beckstrom / Art and Design faculty

Guest Lectures - 11

We were excited to converse with guests in eleven lectures that included:

David Pagel / Ingrid Calame / Cristian Gheorghiu aka Smear / Haunted Euth / Kiosk / Jane Chafin / Finishing School / Pete Morris / Christopher Slatoff / Mat Gleason / Edward Cella / Erica Overskei / Graphic Design alumni panel / Panel on the 40th year celebration of the Department.

Note: This information is current for the 2014-15 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.