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Jul
27
Fri
DRAWN TO PRINT National Juried Exhibition @ (SCENE) Metrospace
Jul 27 – Aug 31 all-day
DRAWN TO PRINT National Juried Exhibition @ (SCENE) Metrospace | East Lansing | Michigan | United States

DRAWN TO PRINT

A national juried exhibition of drawning and printmaking and everything inbetween.

July 27 – August 31, 2018

Reception July 27, 6-8PM

This exhibition is the result of a national call and features works on paper that explore the ways in which the diverse and inclusive mediums of drawing and printmaking converge and are completely separate.

The path followed by a brayer can begin with a pencil, a mouse, a cut, or a maybe a stencil. There is no limit to the ideas that can be explored through drawing or printmaking. The presence of the artist in these processes can be at the forefront or separated by many layers of information. Surfaces can be additive or subtractive. Lines and forms can be ink, paint, graphite, thread, a cut or a tear. The work in this exhibition meets with the act of one material being pulled across the surface of another.

This exhibition features work from:

CONNOR ACHESON
DANIEL ALYIM
BRANDIN BARÓN
CURTIS BARTONE
ANNE BEIDLER
PATRICIA BENDER
SUZIE BUCHHOLZ
ANTONIO CARDOSO
EVAN CHRISTOPHERSON
DUSTIN CLARK
AMANDA COE
ANDREW DECAEN
HECTOR DEL CAMPO
SUZANNE DITTENBER
MATT DRISSEL
EVAN FERRARO
CYNDI FORD
SARAH HEYWARD
TRAVIS JANSSEN
JOHN JUDGE
CAROL MYERS
JOSH NEWTH
KATHLEEN ROGERS
MARK ROSPENDA
DIANE STAVER
SALLY SCHLUTER TARDELLA
BRUCE THAYER
OLIVIA TIMMONS
MARGI WEIR
JANE ZICH

Aug
3
Fri
THEN NOW Painting and Drawings by Dianne Wolter @ MSU Union Art Gallery
Aug 3 – Oct 5 all-day
THEN NOW Painting and Drawings by Dianne Wolter @ MSU Union Art Gallery | East Lansing | Michigan | United States

THEN NOW

Featuring Dianne Wolter’s paintings and sculptures.

August 3- October 5, 2018

Reception September 8, 3-5PM

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

Painting provides me a process driven opportunity to experiment, discover, manipulate, play, and sometimes even tell a story. I value mark making and like to see evidence of the history of the process in the finished painting. Narrative has been a component of my art that allows me to ask questions and make observations. I use whimsy as a means to enliven or to soften the content. Recurring themes and images return to new environments. Images that possess a personal iconography are infused with content from experiences and memories that hold power. I begin by creating an active ground plane, and then working out to the surface, sometimes finding rather than imposing imagery. I enjoy working figuratively, layering, searching for ideas and inspiration from the manipulation of the media, and often but not always embracing a narrative.

Adding papier-mâché sculpture to my studio involvement has been a logical and natural extension to my previous singular focus of two-dimensional work.  The process is reductive, starting with foam forms that have been created by gluing construction foam into blocks that can be carved. Papier-mâché mulch and layers of paper finish off the surfaces and ease transitions and contours. The torn paper can communicate a new narrative while holding onto its past. I find myself stacking forms which is another way of layering, bringing elements together in proximity or support, contrasting familiar with fantastic.

BIO

Dianne Wolter graduated from Michigan State University in 1965 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and a teaching certificate. Teaching and studio involvement have been the focus of her professional life since then.  She concentrated on fabric collage for the first 14 years of her creative journey, teaching it in public schools throughout southern Michigan sponsored by the Michigan Council for the Arts. In 1979, Wolter began teaching after school art classes in her home studio to area children. Sharing her studio with children was a rewarding and meaningful opportunity. To concentrate more fully on her own art, she retired from teaching in 2002 to focus more on painting. A whim to make a cat riding on a unicycle introduced sculpture as an additional interest. Since then, Wolter has been enjoying both sculpture and painting.

For more information about Dianne’s work please visit her website:

http://www.diannewolter.com/

Aug
28
Tue
Workshop: Writing Research Papers @ Wells Hall B443
Aug 28 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Workshop: Writing Research Papers

Presenter(s): The Writing Center

Aug
29
Wed
Classes Begin
Aug 29 all-day
Aug
31
Fri
“A Place at the Table” Screening & Reception @ East Arbor Architecture + Gallery
Aug 31 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
"A Place at the Table" Screening & Reception @ East Arbor Architecture + Gallery | East Lansing | Michigan | United States

A Place at the Table is in many ways an MSU project because it features interviews with MSU graduate students, faculty, and staff who attended the 2017 Women’s March.

The 17-minute film attempts to unpack the experience of the 2017 March on Lansing, featuring the voices of 16 attendees. The interviewees reflect on three questions: why they attended the march, what the experience was like, and what we can do to keep the momentum of the march going. As we hear their disembodied voices, we see footage of the march that brings to life the collective experience of that day. The film features diverse voices: Latinxs, American Indian, Black, Queer, and others.

This event is free and open to the public, so come along and bring your friends and family. In case you need more incentive, there will be free food and drinks for all.

The screening is sponsored by Michigan State University, the College of Arts and Letters, the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, The Doc Lab, the Department of Media and Information, the Diversity Research Network-Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, the Center for Gender in Global Context, and the Chicano/Latino Studies Program.

Sep
3
Mon
University Closed – Labor Day
Sep 3 all-day
Sep
5
Wed
Career Coaching at the MSU Local Job & Internship Fair
Sep 5 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Career Coaching at the MSU Local Job & Internship Fair @ East Lansing | Michigan | United States

Drop in anytime during the MSU Local Job & Internship Fair to talk with a career coach! We can help you :

• Game plan your part-time job or internship search strategy
• Practice your employer communication skills
• Gear up with a mint or lint brush
• Take a time out for a quick rest, career advice or pep talk

Location: Spartan Stadium Office Tower, 4th floor Huntington Club

MSU Local Job and Internship Fair 2018 @ Spartan Stadium
Sep 5 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Sponsored by Jackson National Life, this event is open to all MSU students looking for a part-time job or internship while in school. Local businesses, non-profits, government agencies and MSU departments will be present to talk with you about available opportunities.

Workshop In Scholarly Publishing @ MANLY MILES, 117
Sep 5 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Workshop In Scholarly Publishing @ MANLY MILES, 117

MEETING 1 (09/05)

WHAT IS UNIVERSITY PRESS PUBLISHING? INTRODUCTION TO MSUP & THE AUP

MEETING 2 (09/19)

WHAT DOES AN EDITOR DO?
ACQUISITIONS, MANUSCRIPTS, AND BEYOND

MEETING 3 (10/03)

THE ART OF ACQUISITIONS:
FINDING BOOKS, BUILDING LISTS, AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH AUTHORS

MEETING 4 (10/17)

CONSTRUCTING AND EVALUATING BOOK PROPOSALS

MEETING 5 (10/31)

PEER REVIEW:
FINDING QUALITY REVIEWERS PROVIDING REVIEW GUIDELINES

MEETING 6 (11/14)

PEER REVIEW:
ASSESSING SCHOLARLY WORK NAVIGATING PEER REVIEWS

MEETING 7 (11/28)

INTERPRETING PUBLISHING CONTRACTS

MEETING 8 (12/12)

WORKING WITH PERMISSIONS & COPYRIGHTS