January 30, 2006
Student art exhibits on display at museum
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- The University Museum at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has a full lineup of student art exhibits scheduled for the spring semester.
Photography depicting rural life in Southern Illinois, paintings, sculpture, architecture and other items will be on display at the museum, located on the north end of Faner Hall on the SIUC campus.
A complete listing of the exhibits follows. The opening and closing dates may change. Contact exhibits designer Nate Steinbrink at 618/453-7413 for more information.
Now-March 10, Atrium Gallery: 10th Anniversary Of "Small Town Documentary Course" Photos, Daniel Overturf, instructor.
Now-Feb. 10, Southern Illinois Gallery: Illinois' Heritage, Introduction to Museology class, Lori Huffman, instructor.
Now-March 31, International Gallery: Yarn Paintings of the Wixarika, Introduction to Museology class, Lori Huffman, instructor.
March 24-April 5, Mitchell Gallery: Joe Morzuch, Master of Fine Arts project.
April 3-16, International Gallery: Lucas Dickerson, Senior Thesis.
April 9-30, Mitchell Gallery: Rickert-Ziebold Trust Winners, School of Art & Design.
April 24–to be announced, International Gallery: Asian Art, Bobbie Brown, Independent Study, curator. Lori Huffman, instructor.
April 28-May 8, South Two Gallery: Aaron Hugenberg, Master of Fine Arts project.
May 3-13, Mitchell Gallery: Eric Gant and Megan Elcock, Master of Fine Arts projects.
May 1-12, Atrium Gallery: Architectural Designs, School of Architecture students.
May 14-20: Museum is closed for spring break. Admittance by request.
May 9-May 20, South Two Gallery, admittance by request: Shelby Shadwell, Master of Fine Arts project.
May 13-27, South One Gallery, admittance by request: Melissa Wilkinson, Master of Fine Arts project.
May 29-June 10, South One Gallery, admittance by request: Andrew Maglathlin, Master of Fine Arts project.
June 12-25, Mitchell Gallery: Seth Weisel, Master of Fine Arts project.
June 15-25, South Two Gallery: Luca Cruzat, Master of Fine Arts project.
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