103 Past Events with Tag: Exhibitions

11 upcoming events with this tag

Oct 30, 2009

Friday

Dec 3, 2009

Thursday

Dec 10, 2009

Thursday

Dec 13, 2009

Sunday

Dec 17, 2009

Thursday

Feb 2, 2010

Tuesday

Apr 28, 2010

Wednesday

Apr 29, 2010

Thursday

Apr 30, 2010

Friday

May 5, 2010

Wednesday

  • Poetics of Shelter, opening reception 4:30pm to 6:30pm @ Habitat for Humanity Home Discount Center 2620 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

    You are invited to an opening reception for 'Poetics of Shelter', on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010. The reception will be held at the Habitat for Humanity Home Discount Center from 4:30-6:30 pm.

    'Poetics of Shelter' is an immersive learning opportunity involving Ball State graduate art seminar students Jake Baxter, Gary Birk, Jon Bryson, Zach Craw, Sarah Jones, Ann Lang, Beth Roop, Jimmy Ryan, Judy Wand and directed by instructor Anita Powell. The seminar partnered with Habitat for Humanity Home Discount Store of Muncie for materials and with individuals who are not of the Visual Arts area to develop a piece that dealt with 'Home' or 'Shelter'. As part of the project development each student read The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard and integrated ideas and/or concepts presented in the reading into a final piece. The culmination of the seminar will be an exhibition at the Home Discount Store. The show opens on May 5 and will run until June 4, 2010 during store hours. Habitat for Humanity Home Discount Center is located at 2620 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Muncie.

Sep 2, 2010

Thursday

  • Opening Reception for Gunther Cartwright's "Industrial Blues" 4pm to 6pm @ The Atrium Gallery

    Start September's First Thursday with Arts at the Atrium Gallery reception for Gunther Cartwright's Industrial Blues.

    Light refreshments will be served at 4:00pm and the Atrium Gallery will be open until 6:00 pm.
    The artist will be attending the reception and his artwork will be on display in the Atrium Gallery until September 18.
    The Atrium Gallery is located on the first floor of the Art and Journalism building at Ball State University.

    Gunther Cartwright's photography has been described as "powerful images of the structural elements of bridges, buildings, highways, fences and storage containers examine the formal relationships of line, form and color in the industrial landscape." This exhibition features Cartwright's artwork that "like the American Precisionists of the 1920's clarifies the geometrical structures of the machine age and provides us with a crisp new perspective of our contemporary industrial culture."

Sep 16, 2010

Thursday

Oct 7, 2010

Thursday

  • ArtsWalk 2010 5pm to 9pm @ Downtown

    The Muncie Arts and Culture Council and Ball State University's Departments of Fine Art, Music, and Architecture will join forces with downtown merchants, galleries, and property owners for an evening of art, food, architecture exploration, and fabulous music.

    In addition to the well-established "First Thursday" art gallery openings downtown, various Ball State University departments representing the arts will share a wealth of musical talent and visual artistry.

    Many downtown businesses that do not traditionally present as art venues will open their doors to host artists from across the East central Indiana region. First Merchants Bank and Mutual Bank will be anchor locations for our guest artists.

    Some guided tours of permanent art collections housed in the downtown area will also be featured.

    Any artists, poets, musicians, filmmakers, dancers, and/or theatrical groups who would like to be involved in the evening's festivities are encouraged to email chercrowder@gmail.com or call (765) 282-7897.

Dec 3, 2010

Friday

  • Art Attack! 7am to 7pm @ Ball State University Atrium

    Come one, come all, to my 12-hour ART ATTACK!

    The goal:
    One massive, collaborative piece of art, created within 12 hours and only 12 hours!

    The method:
    I will have a table in the Atrium between the hours of 7 and 7 on Friday, December 3rd, with a massive roll of butcher block, pencils, etc.

    You will stop by at some point during the day, shrug off the aches and pains of a stressful year, and pour your heart into 5 minutes or 5 hours of drawing! You can just stop in for a second, or you can get a whole bunch of your friends together and stop on by with every crayon, marker, pen and pencil that you can get your hands on!

    Your choice!

    Sincerely,
    ~Brian Bauman