Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Amazing Bowl Show

Love Greg Mueller's sculpture"Waiting in Silence" near
the library on campus? Check out what this Bloomsburg
University professor has done. In the basement of the
Moose Exchange in downtown Bloomsburg, PA, which used
to be a bowling alley, Mueller's sculpture class
displayed their Bowl Show. This show is a riff on
students’ interpretations of the bowling pin made
from various materials. 25 students participated,
using 2 pallets of reclaimed cardboard, two
functioning lanes, and a hipster student DJ.
Check out the photos. Like what you see? Email
prof Greg and tell him: gregmegmueller@gmail.com

Upcoming Shows At Georgetown College.

Hey Everyone, just wanted to let you know about the upcoming shows we are having in
the galleries!

Trash Fashions by Jamie K. McIntosh
February 25-April 9, 2010 
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery 
Artist Talk, Monday, April 5 12:15, 
Wilson Gallery Closing reception 
and Fashion Show Thursday, 
April 8, 2010, 5-7 pm  

artLAB Cochenour Gallery 
one-week exhibitions and installations 
February 22-April 1, 2010 
2/22-3/5 Daniel Graham's students
3/8-3/22 Darrell Kincer's students 
3/22-4/1 Boris Zakic's students

Saturday, February 20, 2010

I Dreamt They Had Wings

I Dreamt They Had Wings is a solo exhibition by Kelly Frigard, a fiber-  based artist who employs traditional techniques including weaving,   spinning, embroidery and felting. An Associate Professor of Art at the   University of Cincinnati's Clermont College in Batavia, Ohio, Frigard   has exhibited her work locally and nationally recently. Her artistic   practice has also taken her to Scandinavia where she has both studied   and taught. She earned a Fulbright Fellowship to study traditional   textiles in Sweden.  Following her interest in felting and natural   dyes, she also taught and studied at Jurva College of Arts and Crafts   in Jurva, Finland.  I Dreamt They Had Wings was on view in the Cochenour Galley of the   Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center at Georgetown College,   Georgetown, Kentucky through February 18. Frigard offered a felting   workshop that day from 1:00 until 3:00 pm, with a closing reception at   3:30 in the afternoon in the Cochenour Gallery. Photos are from the   closing reception. Thanks, Kelly, for a wonderful workshop and   exhibition!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Arts and Cultural Center

Every One Should Check Out This Show! 
 Black History Month at the Arts & Cultural Center The Scott County
 Arts Consortium would like to announce the opening reception of its  Black History Month Exhibit: "Faces of Color: From Realism to  Photography". "Faces of Color" will run from February 12 - March 19.  The opening reception will be held on Friday, February 12, 2010 from  6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Scott County Arts & Cultural /Welcome Center  located in downtown Georgetown at 117 North Water Street, Georgetown,  KY 40324. The show includes collage, wood carvings, photography as  well as traditional genres of drawing and painting.   The night will also include a performance by jazz musicians and light  refreshment. Bring a friend and check out our new finds in the gift  gallery or bring a Valentine's Date and enjoy a free night of  entertainment! Come help us celebrate Black History Month.   The show will be featuring local Georgetown photographer William  McIntyre's work as well as Lexington artists Sonja Brooks and LaVon  Williams. We will also be showcasing emerging New York Artist, Jerome  Neal, Sr. Georgetown artist Karen LaBach will have some new Jazz  pieces. You don't want to miss out!   Keep an eye out for our TBA closing reception date in March! See you  there! Gallery hours are 12:00 to 4:00 pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays.  Any questions please call (502) 570-8366.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


For the printmakers/photo/painters thought this was nice.
To see more of his work Click HERE

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Travis Shaffer, This Thursday @ 10 AM

Travis Shaffer will be speaking in the ART 120 Photography class Thursday morning around 10 AM (February 4). He will be sharing his work and experiences as an art student (MFA in photography from UK). Anyone is welcome to attend.

You can see more of Travis's work HERE.