Featuring exciting new work by 13 graduating students from the award-winning Haywood Community College professional crafts program in Waynesville, N.C., this exhibit includes furniture, woodwork, ceramics, jewelry and textiles.
George Masa (1881-1933): A Photographic Vision of the Mountains
Light and shadow: The mystery and legacy of George Masa (Mountain Xpress, Aug. 26, 2009)
Dean and Nancy Cramer Lettenstrom: Delicate Balance - Painting + Drawing
Reception: Saturday, November 21 2-4 p.m.
Exhibition: November 17-21
Six New York Artists: Simon Carr, John Goodrich, Stanley Lewis, Ying Li, Ruth Miller, and Thaddeus Radell
Armen Marsoobian is Chair of Philosophy at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, and the editor of the Journal Metaphilosophy. In conjunction with the "Erwin Eisch: Kristallnacht" exhibit, the Jerry Jackson Speakers Series, co-sponsored by the Fine Art Museum, the Dept. of Philosophy and Religion, Honors College, and School of Art & Design.
An independently juried exhibition featuring the best of new and innovative creative expression in a variety of media by undergraduates of the School of Art & Design. Student Competition Exhibit Co-sponsored by the WCU Josefina Niggli Celebration Collaboration.
Student wins Niggli portrait contest - A portrait by Western Carolina University student Michael Dodson Jr. of the late Josefina Niggli has won first prize in a competition sponsored by the Josefina Niggli Celebration Committee and the Fine Art Museum.
Featuring artwork in a variety of media to include artists whose teaching careers offered a profound influence: Mary Abbott, Rosemarie Beck, Christina Daniels, Adu Gindy, Robert Godfrey, John Heliker, Janie McWhirter, Harvey K. Littleton, Dean Lettenstrom, Nancy Lettenstrom, Truman Lowe, Ruth Miller, James Bud Smith, Esteban Vicente, Kay WalkingStick and selections from 2005 Paper Trail print portfolio featuring collaborations between guest faculty.