April 20 – May 15, 2015
The Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition celebrates students graduating from PSU’s intense, highly focused professional programs. Throughout the year, studio art majors delve into personal themes, motifs, and media to achieve a mature body of work, culminating in the selection of work featured in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition celebrates students graduating from PSU’s intense, highly focused professional programs. The Silver Center for the Arts features graphic design majors’ work to create and define a fictitious company and to spend the year producing a broad range of applications including logos, stationery, advertisements, posters, pamphlets, and publications.
Pam Anneser: Design Discoveries in Portugal
Gallery Talk tomorrow (Tuesday) in KDAG
March 31, 4pm
Pam will talk briefly (approx.15-20mins) and show images about her recent trip this summer to Portugal to participate in an intensive two-week graphic design course, and her discoveries from the experience.
Pam’s hope is that sharing her experience will inspire others to investigate the potential for personal artistic growth through artist residencies and intensive courses.
March 24 – April 11, 2015
Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 24, 4-6pm
Thursday, February 5 at 5pm
A Spring semester kick off event for all PSU ART students!! Required for first year students, strongly encouraged for all.
Come be part of your ART community!
There will be:
IRON ARTIST will be a fast paced event pitting two teams combining faculty and students who will compete against each other to create “masterpieces” in a limited time. Both teams will be given art materials, tools and one unknown secret medium and then challenged to create a work of art that best expresses the competition’s theme. The completed works are critiqued by a panel of art faculty and student experts to crown one team of IrOn ArTiSTs.
There will be boxes outside the KDAG for people to supply materials that will be used in the event so make sure to drop off that Pokemon figure, bowling trophy, or red hot glue refills. We all collect items that we think “Hey I’m going to use that in a piece I’ll make someday!!” that then sit in a box until you remember you have the item. So look through that junk drawer or pull out that object and add it to the challenge!!
Did you notice PIZZA will be provided!
January 31st, 4pm – 6pm
Meet and Greet with the artist
Demos by the artist, live music, food and beverages
The Roaster Room • 18 Six Flags Rd., Campton, NH
Opening Reception: February 3, 4-6pm.
The veneration of trees is an ancient and ongoing human endeavor. Throughout history, the sacred tree has personified our understanding of life, death, knowledge and liberty. Emile Birch is a leading New Hampshire teaching artist and professional sculptor whose public artworks have been commissioned by many businesses and communities throughout the state. The sculptures in this body of work explore the spiritual nature of living tress and their transformation when cut and felled. This colorful and kinetic exhibit is filled with ancient and new symbolism integrated into mesmerizing designs.