Stories tagged with: School of Art + Design

Seattle-based Native American artist creates collection for Kennedy Museum of Art

September 21, 2022 The exhibit will be open to the public on Sept. 23 through December, and the Kennedy Museum is free to all students, faculty and community members. An opening reception will be held on Sept. 23.

Global Arts Festival and Conference call for papers and participation

September 14, 2022 A call for papers is now open for the College of Fine Arts' International Conference: “Global Arts in the Digital Age” as part of their 3rd Global Arts Festival, April 13-15, 2023.

Studio Art student gains breadth of experience with Cleveland-based arts triennial

September 14, 2022 Zelda Thayer-Hansen (they/them) logged over 170 hours working with FRONT International in Cleveland this summer, assisting internationally recognized contemporary artists.

School of Art + Design announces call for entries for Alternatives, international juried photography exhibition

August 25, 2022 "Image as Object: The Tangible in the Intangible” invites artists to submit work to this biennial juried exhibition slated to show in the Ohio University Art Gallery.

Art therapy student finds space for self within collaborative artmaking

April 27, 2022 Kelsey Griest has always been drawn to making art, independently and together with others. 

Studio Art students create and curate new work for group exhibition in Trisolini Gallery

April 6, 2022 The School of Art + Design presents “Escape the Mind,” an exhibition curated by candidates in the BFA Studio Art program in Ohio University’s Trisolini Gallery in the Baker University Center.

Two painters share supportive peer community, and new work

April 2, 2022 Seniors Mallory Stowe and Abigail Pennington have spent a lot of time on the fifth floor of Siegfred Hall, where their painting studios became creative harbors for their art and their friendship. 

Art + Design Special Topics course collaborate with first-year Modern Dance class

November 3, 2021 CoFA faculty members Kate Hampel (School of Art + Design) and Dr. Christi Camper Moore (School of Dance) agree that interdisciplinary opportunities are incredibly valuable.

Three Faculty Speak to the Value of the Arts Administration Program

April 1, 2021 Featuring faculty members who are teaching three (of the four) required foundational courses in the Master of Arts Administration degree.

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