Alaina M. Plowdrey
Hideki Kihata, Chair
Alaina M. Plowdrey
University Art Gallery
ALL ARTIST'S RECEPTIONS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
This exhibit features three styles of work produced by Professor Hirsch. A Geometric Series, Gabriel Blows His Horn Series, and his latest the Nirvana Series. Click here to view more information about this exhibit.
The Michigan Watercolor Society's 2010 Traveling Exhibition will feature watercolors and water-media paintings by artists from across the state of Michigan. Click here to view more information regarding this exhibit.
Judy Baca is a native Angelino, a visual artist, arts activist, community leader and educator. She is best known for her large-scale public organizing murals. Click here to view more information on this exhibit, Baca Judy.
In addition to her exhibit in the University Art Gallery Judy Baca is part of the Dow Visiting Artist Series at SVSU. Her lecture presentation entitled:"Excavating Land & Memory Through Public Art" will be held:
Date: Thursday, November 11,
Location: Rhea Miller Recital Hall
Time: 7:00 p.m,
Lecture is free and open to the public. Click for more information regarding the lecture series available at www.svsu.edu/fallfocus/.
This exhibit is a show of the works of SVSU senior BFA majors, Peter Clouse, Jacob Johnson, Sarah Masters, Zack Lietaert, Derek Rudel, and Stacy Wilson. This serves as a completion of their undergraduate program. Click here for more information on this exhibit.
Benjamin Duke is a Painter and Assistant Professor of Art at Michigan State University. For more information on this exhibit click here, or for more information on Professor Duke visit www.bendukeart.com.
For more information on this exhibit featuring works by Kesha Bruce, Scott Youngstead, and Michael Mosher click here
Thursday, March 17, 4:30 - 6:30 pm
Larry Butcher is a retired professor emeritus of art from Delta College where he taught painting and drawing for 39 years. For more information on this exhibit click here.
Additional hours by appointment. For further information,
please call the SVSU Art Department at (989) 964-4159.