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2009 Fine Arts Faculty Group Exhibition

Ross Coates, Maria Deprano, Sandra Deutchman, Tim Doebler, Michelle Forsyth, Kevin Haas, Robert Helm, Tamara Helm, Jo Hockenhull, David Huyck, Doug Gast, Pamela Lee, Nik Meisel, Io Palmer, Reza Sufavi, Toby Walther, Chris Watts, and visiting scholar Ahmed Ibrahim.

Exhibition Dates: August 27 – September 26, 2009
Reception: September 1, 6pm, Museum Gallery

This Biannual exhibition is an opportunity for students to see their mentor’s skills and theories put to practice in a diverse array of styles and media. The exhibition includes a variety of works from the artist who provide inspiration to WSU students daily, allowing them to observe their mentors put skill and theory into practice.

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2009 Curator’s Choice

Permanent Collection

Exhibition Dates: May 18 – July 2, 2009

The Curator’s Choice exhibit in 2009 will feature recent acquisitions as well as some classic favorites from the Museum’s permanent collection. Showing work from the permanent collection not only provides an excellent opportunity to see great art, but it also allows us to pay homage to the generous support we enjoy from our donors. Also featured will be design models and plans by third year Architecture students of possible new expansion plans for the Museum of Art, and a recent acquisition from the Norwest Narrative print exchange.

2009 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

Dustin Price, Heather Losey McGeachy, Brad Dinsmore, Toby Walther, Lauren McCleary

Exhibition Dates: April 10- May 9, 2009
Reception: April 10, 6pm, MOA Gallery

This annual showcase represents the culmination of two or more years work by the Master of Fine Arts graduate candidates.

2009 Running the Numbers

Chris Jordan

Exhibition Dates: January 14- April 4, 2009
Reception: Jan 22, 6pm; Lecture: Jan. 22, 7pm, CUB Auditorium

In 2006, Chris Jordan began a series of digital photographs that present contemporary American culture via the nearly incomprehensible statistics regarding American excess. Each image portrays a specific quantity of consumption or cultural value: two million plastic beverage bottles (the number used in the US every five minutes); 426,000 cell phones (the number retired every day); 2.3 million orange prison uniforms (the number of Americans incarcerated annually). » More …