Events, Spring 2013

    Game On!
    Art and Hockey

    • Lecture by David E. Little, Monday, March 4, at 7:00 p.m.,
      in Griffiths 123

    David E. Little is director and curator of photography and new media at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. In 2012, he organized The Sports Show at the MIA, and his essay “How Sports Became The Sports Show: From the Beginnings of Photography to the Digital Age” appears in the exhibition catalog.

     

    Photograph by Laura Millard

    Laura Millard, Ice Skate 6, 2012, archival inkjet print

     

    Mokuhanga Prints: Riding the Great Wave

    • Lecture by Yoonmi Nam, associate professor of visual art, University of Kansas, Monday, March 25, at 7:00 in Griffiths 123

      yoonmi nam pri;nt
      Yoonmi Nam, An Accumulation, from
      20 Artists/20 Views, SLU 2012.29.15

    In my recent prints and drawings, I use images of man-made structures in transition as a metaphor to communicate transience and impermanence, and perhaps our desire for permanence and immortality. They are either in the process of being torn down, built up, or simply in some kind of a state of change. It may be due to time, neglect, development, or forces of nature. They are drawn from the everyday environment I observe in Kansas. I am using this imagery as a metaphor for myself as a person and an artist.

    - Yoonmi Nam

     


    I AM FOR AN ART . . .

    • Artists' talks and opening reception, Friday, April 26, at 4:30 p.m.

     

    The Pozos Art Project
    Artistic and Cultural Exchange in Pozos, Mexico

    • Artist's talk and video screening, Tuesday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m.

    Poetry for Peace

    Readings begin at 4:30 p.m.

    • Monday, January 28, in the gallery
    • Monday, February 25, in the gallery, featuring a contemporary Irish poetry reading by students in Dr. Joan Dargan's English 247 class
    • Wednesday, March 27, in Carnegie 10, celebrating World Languages Week with a multilingual poetry reading
    • Monday, April 29, in the gallery

    Please come to read a poem you've written, a poem by a favorite poet, or just to listen to poems on a different theme. And bring your friends! You are welcome to read poems in languages other than English, but you should provide an English translation as well. Because we believe the empathetic community created by sharing ANY kind of poetry can lead to peace and social justice, we welcome all poems, not just those that touch directly on those themes.  Poetry for Peace readings are eligible for the First Year Cup. 

    Be sure to check out the Poetry for Peace blog!