NDSU Visual Arts Faculty Fall Activities
September 8, 2010
Dr. Kris Groberg will present a lecture on Thursday, September 16 at King Hall Auditorium. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Titled "Shamanic Influences on the Work of Kandinsky," Dr. Groberg will explain the ethnographic work of painter Wassily Kandinsky. His paintings were deeply influences by the shamanic tribes he studied in the Volga Region of Russia and these influences are obvious in his artwork.
Kimble Bromley will present a creativity enhancement workshop with Moorhead Community Education, September 18 at 10:00 AM in Renaissance Hall. The workshop offers participants the opportunity to learn to reach their creative potential through the use of hypnosis. The workshop is open to the public, registration is available by calling 218-284-3400.
Kent Kapplinger was selected to include his serigraph titled "GFYS" in the Americas 2010: All Media exhibition, August 20-October 20 at the Northwest Art Center, Minot (ND) State University. Kapplinger's piece is one of only 33 works selected from the over 300 pieces submitted.