Western Carolina University will present the School of Art and Design biennial faculty exhibition from Wednesday, March 24, through Saturday, May 8, at the Fine Art Museum. The exhibition will open with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. March 24.
Noted Holocaust scholar Armen T. Marsoobian will speak about the relationship between art and the act of memorializing genocide at 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, in Room 130 of the Fine and Performing Arts Center on the campus of Western Carolina University.
Steven Siegel, an artist recognized internationally for work that comments on the natural environment, will speak at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, in Room 130 of the Fine and Performing Arts Center on the campus of Western Carolina University.
Kenneth Noland's "Reef, " a 44-by-144-inch acrylic on canvas painting, will continue to be on display at Western Carolina University's Fine Art Museum through May 11 as part of the ongoing “Worldviews: Selections from the Collection” exhibition.
The painting by Noland, an Asheville artist who died Jan. 5, is part of the museum’s permanent collection.
“Richard Ritter: 40 Years in Glass,” a retrospective of work by the master glassblower, will be on exhibit from Sunday, Jan. 24, through Saturday, March 13, at the Fine Art Museum on the campus of Western Carolina University.
Native American artist and activist Shan Goshorn will visit Western North Carolina in November for a talk at Western Carolina University and a demonstration at the Oconaluftee Institute for Cultural Arts.
“Pareidolia,” a senior exhibition featuring the work of nine Western Carolina University art students, will open with a reception from 4 until 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22. in the Star Lobby of the Fine and Performing Arts Center.
A visit by internationally acclaimed ceramicist Don Reitz to the campus of Western Carolina University has been postponed until spring. ... Ceramicist Don Reitz will demonstrate and discuss his work in clay during a Sept. 29 visit to Western Carolina University. He’s pictured here during a 2007 visit to the university.
The Fine Art Museum at Western Carolina University launches its 2009-10 season with three exhibits that, while grounded in Western North Carolina, demonstrate a wide scope. The exhibits will run from Saturday, Aug. 1, through Friday, Sept. 18.
Work by recent graduates of Haywood Community College’s professional craft program will be on exhibit from Friday, May 22, through Saturday, July 25, at the Fine Art Museum at Western Carolina University.