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Past Exhibitions

2008 Fall Senior Exhibition Exhibition

Fall 2008 Senior Exhibition II
Lindsey Adkison, Cassandra bailey, Paul Beyer Jr., Brian Carter, Tim Goldman, Bonnie Gormley, Natalie Osten, Jean Plummer

November 19 - December 8
Reception: Wednesday, November 19, 5-8 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio. The Studio art majors exhibit a wide variety of artwork. Professional quality art is selected from three possible areas of concentration: Painting and Drawing, Photography and Printmaking, Sculpture and Ceramics. The Senior Exhibition is required as partial fulfillment for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio.

Fall 2008 Senior Exhibition I
Kong Yew Cheong, Stephanie Cline, Brittany Dixon, DJ Galbiati, Ryan Guyer, Mike Déjean, Sonya Kos, Melanie Sims, Rebecca Urban.

October 22-November 5, 2008
Reception: Wednesday, October 22, 5-8 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Bachelor of Science in Art Education and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Communication. The Art Education and Graphic Communication majors exhibit their professional portfolios, accompanied by work from their studio concentration. The Senior Exhibition is required as partial fulfillment for the Bachelor of Science in Art Education and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Communication.

Vicki Ragan. Recurring Visions: 30 Years of Photography
Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Vicki Ragan. Recurring Visions:
30 Years of Photography

October 14 - December 3
Reception: Tuesday, October 14, 5-8 p.m.
Dialogue with the Artist 6 p.m.

Fine Arts Gallery | Joe Mack Wilson Building

Curated by KSU galleries director, Will Hipps this exhibition features 100 small-scale photographs by renowned photographer, Vicki Ragan. The exhibit will be hosted by David Waldron Gallery in Atlanta and Tointon Gallery for the Visual Arts, Greeley, Colorado before arriving at KSU and is presented as part of the 10th Annual Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival.

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2008 6th Biennial KSU Art Alumni Exhibition
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6th Biennial KSU Art Alumni Exhibition
Leslie Amick, Perry Bennett, Matt Craven, Sarah Daly, Jan DiPietro, Stephanie Funk, Jeff Gaines, Ben Goldman, Amy Kicklighter, Lori Richman Jenkins, Adam Luck, Shane McDonald, Lauren Oates, Jaime Parham, Michelle Scott, Melanie Henderson Stephan, Allison Timbs, Sara Wieland.

August 21 - October 2
Reception: Thursday, August 28, 5-8 p.m.

Fine Arts Gallery | Joe Mack Wilson Building

Curated by Will Hipps. Open to all graduates of the visual arts program, this exhibition provides an opportunity for alum to remain connected to the department while showcasing their current work.

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2008 Seven Assael

Steven Assael: Solo Exhibition
August 7 - October 9
Reception: Thursday, August 28, 5-8 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Curated by Will Hipps. Steven Assael is known for his photo-realistic, large-scale paintings. His works are presented courtesy of Forum Gallery, New York. This solo exhibition will be accompanied by an artist workshop September 24-25, 2008 as part of the visiting artist program sponsored by the Department of Visual Arts.

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Spring 2008 Senior Art Majors Exhibition

Spring 2008 Senior Art Majors Exhibition II
Alissa Blaney, Joie Brown, Heather Carlile, Lauren Dulaney, Brandi Dysart, Roy Fleeman, Alex Gibbs, Staci Kenny, Paul Merrion, Nathan Puckett, Patricia Quilichini, Ansley Sproull, Heather Thomas Price, Tzu-Hu Tu, Trey Wadsworth, Karen Wilson

April 23 – May 7
Reception: Wednesday, April 23, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Studio art, graphic design and art education majors exhibit the best of their work in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, photography and ceramics in two separate on campus exhibitions.

Spring 2008 Senior Art Majors Exhibition I
Lauren Bean, Nathan Furderer, Jeff Gaines, Chad Giles, Byron Hill, Rachel Jennings, Vivian Lai, Lacey McKelvey, Bianca Parnes, Veronica Pesantes, April Petty, Erin Potts, Jared Sims, Allison Timbs, Shea Trenbeath, Nicholas Voss.

March 19 – April 5
Reception: Wednesday, March 19, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Studio art, graphic design and art education majors exhibit the best of their work in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, photography and ceramics in two separate on campus exhibitions.

25th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

25th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
March 20 – May 8
Reception: Thursday, March 27, 5-8 p.m.
Presentation of Awards 6:30 p.m. by Juror, Dr. Kay Kallos, Executive Director of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Fine Arts Gallery | Joe Mack Wilson Building

Celebrating a quarter century of spirited competition among KSU student artists, the 25th Annual Juried Student Exhibition is open to all students. Entries are juried by distinguished Atlanta arts professionals, with cash prizes awarded. Many of the works are for sale.

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Annual Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Annual Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition
Laura Bell, Sandra Bird, Charlotte Collins, Valerie Dibble, Chris Dziejowski, Rick Garner, Krista Grecco, Diana Gregory, Matt Haffner, Linda Hightower, Will Hipps, Debbie Hutchinson, Natasha Lovelace, Carole Maugé-Lewis, Shane McDonald, Cathryn Miles, Ayokunle Odeleye, Joe Remillard, Don Robson, Daniel Sachs, Maria Sarmiento, Robert Sherer, Keith Smith, Jeanne Sperry, Katherine Taylor, Kirstie Tepper, Michael Thrush, Jeanette Wachtman, Mary-Elizabeth Watson

January 15 – February 28
Reception: Tuesday, January 15, 5-8 p.m.

The Art Gallery | Sturgis Library

Showcase exhibition of the works of the artists of the Kennesaw State University visual arts faculty and staff demonstrating a wide range of media including sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, mixed media, printmaking and graphic design.

Robert Sherer: Bloodworks, Portraits of Love and Loss in the Age of AIDS

Robert Sherer: Bloodworks, Portraits of Love and Loss in the Age of AIDS
January 9 – March 11
Reception: Wednesday, January 9, 5-8 p.m.

Fine Arts Gallery | Joe Mack Wilson Building

Robert Sherer is an internationally exhibiting artist and KSU Professor. In 2006, he received the College of the Arts Distinguished Scholarship Award, the KSU Distinguished Scholarship Award, and the prestigious KSU Foundation Prize for this series of artworks. Blood Works is the subject of an upcoming documentary film and an art book to be published by the KSU Press. The artworks use floral imagery and unconventional media to address serious issues surrounding this global epidemic. This exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog and gallery tours by the artist.

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