PEARS Exhibition Announced
September 9, 2011
The North Dakota State University Department of Visual Arts announces a print exhibition with gallery reception from 4-6PM on Thursday, September 15 in Renaissance Hall gallery.
This exhibition of prints celebrates the Department of Visual Arts and Printmaking, Education, and Research Studio (PEARS) past 13 years of collaborative print projects. Original prints by artists such as Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Walter Piehl, Gretchen Bederman, and Star Wallowing Bull represent artist interaction with NDSU faculty, students, and alumni as they capture their ideas through print medium. The work will be on display through October 3.
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 8 AM-4:30 PM with extended hours during the FMVA Studio Crawl on October 1 from Noon-8:30 PM and October 2 from Noon-6 PM.
The Printmaking Education and Research Studio (PEARS) program promotes printmaking production, education and innovation in the Midwest. The studio, sponsored by NDSU Division of Fine Arts and Department of Visual Arts, emphasizes new work, ideas and methods, and facilitates interaction among a diverse audience; the studio strives to be an advocate for understanding the past and shaping the future of creative printmaking.
All NDSU Art/PEARS collaborative prints can be viewed and purchased online.
For exhibit information call 701-231-8361 or email Mark.Anthony@ndsu.edu