Exhibition of work by NIU School of Art students receiving a Bachelors in Fine Arts degree in the areas of ceramics, drawing, fiber, Illustration, metalwork and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, time arts, and visual communication.
Curated and traveled by Nolen Strals and Bruce Willen from Post Typography. The exhibition features alphabets by forty-eight designers, representing well-known typographers such as Ed Fella and Ken Barber as well as rising stars Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Andrew Byrom, and Michael McErlean.
A biennial exhibition celebrating NIU School of Art Faculty Research and Artistry.
Several Fuller sculptures and a portfolio documenting his inventions are paired with Cage's Plexigrams and lithographs. Material courtesy of Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Exhibition of work by NIU School of Art students receiving a Bachelors in Fine Arts degree with emphasis in ceramics, drawing, fiber, Illustration, metalwork and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, time arts, and visual communication.
An themed exhibition that is an open invitation for all students, faculty and staff to participate.
Annual juried exhibition of work by current NIU School of Art undergraduate and graduate students.
Annual Exhibition of NIU School of Art Masters in Fine Arts and Masters in Arts students.
Multilayer deconstructed, postmodernist assemblages-collages of appropriated materials by internationally renowned artist Al Souza, whose work was exhibited in the 2002 Whitney Biennial and has been included in the International Biennale in Venice, San Paulo and Vienna and is included in major public Collections.
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