Lily Kuonen is an assistant professor of art and a foundation coordinator at Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.
Opening Reception, Tuesday, March 28, 4-6pm, with welcome and awards ceremony 4:30pm
Highlighting the strength, energy, passion, and technical skill of our PSU art students, this annual exhibition features the best efforts of students from all levels of art making. Visiting jurors select excellent works from each level of instruction including an independent level that encourages and nurtures independent, self-directed creativity.
Opening Reception Tuesday Sept. 8, 4-6pm
PSU Art professors dig into their artistic intent and personal process of making by choosing an “object” to pair with their artworks.
What inspires an artist? How do the concepts that inspire artwork evolve over time? Is there a trigger or a significant object that either inspires, is part of the art making process, and/or subsequently seems to have a relationship with the work?
For this year’s Faculty Exhibit, professors were asked to dig into their artistic intent and personal process of making by choosing an “object” to pair with their artworks. The goal of the exhibit will be to create a visual conversation about idea generation through the artwork and object each faculty member chooses. This exhibition twist will evoke new questions and hopefully new ideas for faculty, students, and the community at large. “Object” can be loosely translated. Anything from a photo or a rock to a scrap of paper or an apple (etc.) is fair game. Objects can be serious or playful in nature.
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.