Opening Reception: Friday, August 27, 5-8 pm
The Art & Design Program's of the College of Art & Architecture is hosting Alexis Gregg as a Visiting Artist. She is re-igniting the ceramics area. Her work combines large-scale ceramic pieces that are architectural and landscape architectural in nature. She is exhibiting along with her partner Tanner Coleman. www.alexisgregg.com
Opening Reception: Friday, September 17, 5-8 pm
Seattle artist and architect presenting work using laser technology to create unique images. Her interest in the ways that light defines space led her to the use of lasers. The exhibit will include photo portraits using a custom laser-lighting system, video projection and lasers in the gallery space. http://www.iole.org/
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Work by Bay area artist Ezawa who works in etching, photography and digital animation. He is a professor at the Cal Arts. His work addresses the multi-layered nature of contemporary media and our experience of it.
Opening Reception: Friday, December 10, 5-8 pm
The annual exhibit of work by members of the College of Art & Architecture in all media and taking all forms.
Gallery Talk: Jennifer Health, exhibit curatorFebruary 9, TBA
Artistic and cultural expressions of the veil area examined in this multi-media exhibit that will inclde selections from the UI Historic Costume collection.
A multi venue exhibition Sponsored by the Prichard Art Gallery, co-hosted by the UI Reflections Gallery and The Center for Art & History, LCSC
Lecture on John's work: Eric Renner, Director, Pinhole Resource Center, TLC 040, 5pm, with a reception following the lecture at the Reflections Gallery, Idaho Commons.
Prichard Reception: Wednesday, Febrary 23, 5:00pm to 8:00am in conjunction with the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival and Co-hosted with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce Center for Art & History, LCSC reception: Friday, Feb. 25, 5-8pm
John Wood pioneered the use of multimedia collage. Like many artists who came of age in the early 1960s, Wood has long put social concerns at the center of his work. A touring exhibit organized by Visual Studies Workshop, the George Eastman House and the International Center for Photography.
Reception: Friday, April 15, 5-8pm
Exhibition Reception:Friday, April 11, 5-8pm
College Celebration:Saturday, May 14, 1-4pm
This is the annual exhibit of the students receiving degrees in all programs from the College of Art & Architecture.