A performance & reception for this special partnership project will be held Nov. 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Columbus Museum. Event is free and the exhibit will be open until Nov. 30.
Art students’ work will be on display in the Fulcrum Gallery until Dec. 2.
Art student’s work will be on display for the free exhibition in the Fulcrum Gallery from Dec. 7 to Jan. 6.
Friends of Art was formed in 2000 to provide supplemental financial support to the Department of Art, and to participate in building the CSU art program to one of the preeminence in the Southeast. Funding made possible through the Friends of Art provides a margin of excellence not possible through state appropriations.
Victoria Dugger (B.F.A. 2016) won the First Prize in the (Re)Invention exhibition presented by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of the VSA Emerging Young Artists Program, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program. This national art competition provided fifteen young artists with disabilities the opportunity to display their work in a year-long national touring exhibition. Victoria’s work Soft Machine 1, made from encaustic, nylon, and brick “confronts us with a duality of beauty and the grotesque through sculpture that heavily distorts the human body”. Victoria describes her work as “questioning the projected ideals of normalcy and majority”. Victoria recently accepted a position at the High Museum in Atlanta, GA.