With its seven framed-out wooden façades, Allison Lacher and Jeff Robinson’s Subdivision transforms two galleries into a faux neighborhood.
Edra Soto is a Chicago-based artist, educator, and curator who “aims to challenge the boundaries between audience, artist, and the work itself to amplify the democratic potential that art has to offer.”
Deb Sokolow’s text-based drawings and collages are based on purposeful research and humorous conjecture about cultural icons and everyday people, mysterious moments and alternate histories, distant places and nearby spaces.
William Cordova, whose work has been shown in the Whitney and Guggenheim museums, will give a School of Art Visiting Artist Program lecture.
Artists Melissa Oresky and Zak Boerger will perform at the University Galleries.
This 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.
“we can’t build a wall. we can only spout pure water again and again and drown his lies.” -Eileen Myles
The School of Art presents a Research Colloquium Lecture given by Brian Franklin.
Join Faculty and Staff in celebrating the works and accomplishments of Graduate Students in Creative Writing.
Save the Date, May 20, 2017, 6 p.m. at the ISU Galleries to celebrate art, music, theatre, and dance sponsored by Illinois State University’s Friends of the Arts. Silent and live auctions. Live entertainment by students, faculty, and community members. A wonderful array of appetizers and complimentary wine, beer, and soda will be available. Proceeds support scholarships and grants for College of Fine Arts students. Reservations accepted beginning April 3 at the ISU Box Office, (309) 438-2535. FOA.IllinoisState.edu