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Art, Architecture + Art History


Senior Thesis Exhibitions

These exhibitions showcase the works of graduating visual arts students.

Gallery Hours / M - F / 9 - 5


Spring 2015

Michelle Wintersteen Feb 9 - Feb 13
Chandler Hubbard Feb 23 - Feb 27
Erin Theodora Mar 2 - Mar 6
Jillian Grant Mar 9 - Mar 13
Amber Wilcox Apr 6 - Apr 10
Shari Afuso Apr 20 - Apr 24
Madison Harris Apr 27 - May 1
Michaela Davies May 4 - May 8
Sean Rivera May 12 - May 16


Artist Talk: Mike Calway-Fagen

"A Search Based Practice”

Monday, March 2nd / 7pm
Camino Hall 31

Mike Calway-Fagen's talk titled,“A Searched-Based Practice,” will cover Calway-Fagen’s artwork including; sculpture, performance, collage, and video; as well as his curatorial and writing practices. The talk will contextualize Calway-Fagen’s work in relationship to a number of sources including, Nina Conti's ventriloquism, Ben Hur, Joseph Kosuth, and fruit mis-identification.

Mike Calway-Fagen is based in Bloomington, Indiana where he is Visiting Professor at Indiana University. He received his BFA from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and an MFA from the University of California in San Diego. Mike has upcoming shows at the Soo Visual Arts Center in Minneapolis, Dimensions Variable in Miami, and has participated in group exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, LAXArt in Los Angeles, and NurtureArt in Brooklyn. Mike has attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, The Fine Arts Work Center, and Sculpture Space in Utica, NY. His upcoming curatorial projects, State Park and Sounds Like, open in San Diego and Indianapolis later this year.

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The Housing Question: Nomad Seminar in Historiography

March 12-13, 2015