Ceramic Artist Kyungmin Park Lecture

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ECU Ceramics guild presents: It happened to me…
juried by Kyungmin Park

SCHEDULE
November 3rd
8:30am   Meet & Greet Jenkins 102
9am–11am    Jury
2pm–4:30pm    Demo Jenkins 102
5pm–6pm    Artist Talk | Open to the public Mendenhall Room 221
6pm–8 pm    ECU Ceramics Guild Show Opening Mendenhall

November 4th
8:30am   Meet and Greet Jenkins 102
9am–12pm   Demo Jenkins 102
1:30pm–5pm   Critique|Demo

Felted Hat Workshop: RESCHEDULED

PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE RESCHEDULED ARTIST TALK AND WORKSHOP:
Jan Wutkowski
Presentation:  Thursday, October 27th at 5:30 in 1326
Felted Hat Workshop:  Friday October 28th  9:00-3:00  $25 fee – sign up sheet on room 223.

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ECU Iron Pour 2016

Allen Peterson
Visiting Artist
East Carolina University School of Art and Design
October 27-30th

Artist Lecture
Friday, October 28th 5:00pm Room 133

Allen Peterson talks about his artwork and professional practice, focusing on iron, casting, and honeybee-related work. Visit his website http://www.allenpeterson.com/

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ECU Iron Pour 2016

Saturday, October 29th 3:00PM-9:00PM allenpeterson-copy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Carolina Crosspollination” Performance
During the iron pour, Peterson leads the volunteers that he has trained on Friday and Saturday in a short performance that is based on the complex natural behaviors of honeybees.

Sponsored By ECU sculpture Guild. For more information please contact

Hanna Jubran Jubranh@ecu.edu 252-328-1303

Graphic Design Professor Dan Elliott Exhibition Reception

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rivers and roads: an exhibition by dan elliott

On Display in Joyner Library: The newest exhibition on display in the Janice Hardison Faulkner Gallery features work by ECU School of Art and Design faculty member, Dan Elliott. The exhibit, “rivers & roads,” will be on display through October 7.

A reception celebrating the exhibit will take place on Friday, October 7 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 

TRUE COLORS: Celebrating the Spectrum of Sexual and Gender Diversity at ECU

To commemorate LGBT History Month 2016, the LGBT Resource Office and the School of Art and Design present “TRUE COLORS: Celebrating the Spectrum of Sexual and Gender Diversity at ECU“. This exhibit of 23 portraits of students, staff, faculty, and alumni is a vivid photographic journey honoring the rich diversity of our community at ECU and inlcudes personal statements from each participant.

The Opening Reception is Wednesday, October 5 from 4-7 pm. The event will include remarks from Dr. Virginia Hardy, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, as well as from students who helped to create this unique endeavor.

The exhibit will be on display October 1-31, 2016 in the Student Center Gallery at Mendenhall Student Center. It is free and open to the public.

Special thanks to the Department of Student Involvement & Leadership Co-Curricular Collaborations program for their support of this event.

“The Hat Lady”, Jan Wutkowski To Give Felt Blocked Hats Workshop

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The Textile Design Guild is bringing in “The Hat Lady”, Jan Wutkowski for a Felt Blocked Hats Workshop (Friday, October 14th, 9-3) and lecture (October 13th @ 5 pm in 1326).  

Jan is a Nationally recognized Hat Artist and creates hats for people and events all over the country, including the Kentucky Derby.

THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO ANY STUDENT/FACULTY/STAFF.

There is a $25 workshop fee that covers the cost of the “felted hood” to make the hat.  The Sign-up Sheet is on the door of 223.  Please sign up ASAP due to the ordering of the supplies. Contact evansas12@students.ecu.edu

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Metal Design Professor, Mi-Sook Hur Had Six Enamel Artworks Curated Into The Enamel Arts Foundation’s PermanentCollection

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Metal Design Professor, Mi-Sook Hur’s six enamel artworks are now part of the Enamel Arts Foundation’s collection (Los Angeles, CA, http://www.enamelarts.org). The Foundation serves to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of modern enameling as a vibrant art form. It advances its mission by collecting, preserving, researching, documenting, and interpreting its collection of modern contemporary enamels. Bernard Jazzar, co-founder of the foundation, described her works as “exquisite and we are very pleased”. The work “Feather Trace” particularly stood out amidst its acknowledgment as an award- winning piece at “Alchemy 3,” The Enamelist Society’s biennial juried exhibition.