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Wonsook Kim School of Art

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Upcoming Public Events

February 2020

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Saturday, February 22nd
Time:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, February 23rd
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, February 24th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Tuesday, February 25th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Wednesday, February 26th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Thursday, February 27th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Friday, February 28th
Time:
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

2020 Faculty Biennial

Start:
Friday, February 28th
8:00 am
End:
Sunday, March 22nd
5:00 pm

2020 Faculty Biennial from February 28 through March 22. Image: Installation view of 2018 Faculty Biennial. Alice J Lee & Ladan Bahmani, TRANSLATE: Move from one place or condition to another, 2017. Acrylic, paint, and vinyl.  

Opening Reception: 2020 Faculty Biennial

Date:
Friday, February 28th
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Opening reception for the 2020 Faculty Biennial from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, February 28. The exhibition is on view from February 28 through March 22. Image: Installation view of 2018 Faculty Biennial. Alice J Lee & Ladan Bahmani, TRANSLATE: Move from one place or condition to another, 2017. Acrylic, paint, and vinyl.

Faculty Biennial Performance: Shoshin Trio

Date:
Friday, February 28th
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Faculty Biennial Performance by Shoshin Trio on Friday, February 28 at 6:45 p.m. This performance will take place during the opening reception of the exhibition.

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Saturday, February 29th
Time:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

March 2020

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, March 1st
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, March 2nd
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Tuesday, March 3rd
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Wednesday, March 4th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Wonsook Kim School of Art Research Colloquium: James Mai

Date:
Wednesday, March 4th
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Wonsook Kim School of Art Research Colloquium lecture by James Mai. Wednesday at 12 p.m. Refreshments at 11:30 a.m. University Galleries are located in Uptown Normal at 11 Uptown Circle. All events are free and open to the public.

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Thursday, March 5th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Friday, March 6th
Time:
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Saturday, March 7th
Time:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, March 8th
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, March 9th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Tuesday, March 10th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Wednesday, March 11th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Thursday, March 12th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Friday, March 13th
Time:
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Saturday, March 14th
Time:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, March 15th
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, March 16th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Faculty Biennial Lecture: Saskia Beranek

Date:
Tuesday, March 17th
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Faculty Biennial Lecture by Saskia Beranek on Tuesday, March 17 at noon.

Visiting Artist Lecture: Devin Mays

Date:
Wednesday, March 18th
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Visiting Artist Lecture by Devin Mays. Artwork by Devin Mays               Devin Mays holds a Bachelor in International Business and Marketing from Howard University. After receiving his degree, he worked in advertising developing brand strategies for the better part of a decade. He returned to school to pursue a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Chicago where he graduated in 2016. There he began an auto-ethnographic interdisciplinary exploration of material, prospective and…

Drop-Off Day For Student Annual Jurying

Date:
Wednesday, March 25th
Time:
9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Drop-off day for Student Annual Exhibition jurying.

April 2020

2020 Student Annual

Start:
Saturday, April 4th
End:
Sunday, May 10th

The Student Annual is a juried exhibition, which features work in a variety of mediums and styles, offers many students the first opportunity to have their work reviewed by professionals outside the University.

Marshall Dulaney Pitcher Award Exhibition and Reception

Date:
Saturday, April 4th
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The award recipient is selected by a Wonsook Kim School of Art committee and is considered the most talented student in the program. All students that are full time majors are eligible, both undergraduate and graduate. Please join us in celebrating the achievements of the student selected. Free and open to the public.

Student Annual Opening Reception

Date:
Saturday, April 4th
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Student Annual Opening Reception on April 4 from 3 - 5 p.m. Awards ceremony at 4 p.m. Image: Camila Marianela, Untitled, from the series Cah- mē-lah, 2019. Fabric and handmade book. 2019 Marshall Dulaney Pitcher Award Winner.

MFA Thesis Exhibition Reception

Date:
Saturday, April 4th
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please join us in supporting the MFA candidates on this important day.