Art Experience List
Spring 2013
Attend event to accumulate 10 POINTS for all ART courses you have this
semester (no more than 10 points required). Lenawee County events
count 1 POINT; out-of-county events count 2 POINT.
Overnights
(sponsored by the Art Dept.) are 3 POINTS. Only ONE experience not on
the List will be counted. See attached suggestions for “Do it Yourself”
trips (last page).
Get credit for Valade Gallery or Heritage Rm exhibits (only those on the
List) by signing in and answering the question sheets available on the signin table. Turn in the sheets with eh Gallery sitter at the Valade or in the
pocket on ArtEx board in Art Office (Mahan 11, basement). Likewise, put
completed sheets for speakers & field trips in the pocket on the Art Office
bulletin board.
EXTREME ART EX POINTS!
Since many of you accumulate far more than 10 POINTS, & since attending
more events than you have to means you could encounter something really
cool . . . the student with the most POINTS will receive cash or certificate
worth $100. Other awards (thank you AC Bookstore!):
2nd $25
3rd $15
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Are you an underclass art student who wants a career involving art and you need
career direction? Individual meetings with Pi 1/14 – 2/27 Contact Pi [email protected]
to arrange meeting. 1 point
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Like kids? Volunteer to help with the ARK (Art Rocks Kids) Youth Art Program (run by
our art education faculty and students for area children). ARK begins 1/19 & ends 2/23.
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First Art Therapy Club Meeting to discuss Hope Community Center Grant. Planning for
art activities, schedule dates, responsibilities Thursday Jan 24, 9:00 pm Mahan 7.
Contact Jill Sabo, AT Club President at [email protected]
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Fridays Jan 25, Feb 1, 8, 22, March 1, 22, 29, 8:30 am – 11 am Community Art Therapy at
Montessori of Lenawee with children 3-6. Learn more about Art Therapy and observe
Art Therapist Shannon Scott Miller at work with AC interns assisting. To sign up email
Pi at [email protected] Limited availability. 1 point per session
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TBA Hope Community Art Session, assist adults with cognitive or physical disabilities in
art making activities. Contact Jill Sabo [email protected] for dates and times. 1 point
per session
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3/9 (Sa) Assist with Adrian Symphony Orchestra “Made By Me” Art Project, 9:00 –
11:00 am Adrian High School Performing Arts Center. See Sue Thompson for
information or to sign up. 1 point for planning with Sue; 1 point for teaching on 3/9.
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4/10 (Su) 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Help hang Lenawee High School Art Exhibition. Copelands
2nd Floor 136 N. Main Downtown Adrian.
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Demonstrate or show & tell about your work at Blissfield Middle School or Senior High.
Contact Rob Stranges, [email protected]
EXHIBIT:
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Deliver your accepted work for MI Small Colleges. Two-dimensional works must be
matted and framed.
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1/28 – 2/5 “Promise of Light” Exhibition artwork drop off. Fee of $10. Croswell, 129 E
Maumee.
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4/1 – 19 Underclass Invitational. Top students selected by art professors.
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4/18 – 4/16 Deadline for entries to LCVA/ASO Balance Exhibition, entry fee $10.
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5/1 (W) Be seen! Enter 2013 Juried Student Art Exhibition, juried by Frank James Fisherno later than 5/1. Details from your instructors in class - but have your work imaged,
and upload it to your Art Dept. Web portfolio, in advance.
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4/28 (Su) R U Chair-itable? Turn in your chair for Chair-ity Auction by 4/28, 5:00 pm.
Benefits Art-A-Licious Festival and the Boys and Girls Club Art Program
THE LIST, BY DATE:
✦ Through 2/2 Community Clay Exhibition, Adrian Public Library (143 E Maumee, downtown
Adrian). Library hours: M, T, TH 10-9; W, F, St 10 - 5:30. Reception 1/23, 1:00 - 3:00 pm. 1 POINT, for
attending show only.
✦ 1/7 – 2/1 Hidden Beauty Exhibition, LCVA Gallery, Croswell Opera House, 129 E. Maumee St,
Adrian. 1 POINT
✦ 1/14 – 2/7 “Lifesized” Artists Laura VanCamp, Steve Olszewski, Tim Pewe. Valade Gallery. 1 POINT
✦ 1/16 - 2/15 Christina Butler: “Truth about Love”(Outstanding Senior Artist Award Show
awarded from 2012 Student Juried Exhibition). Nicolay Heritage Room (Shipman Library); Open
library hours. 1 POINT
✦ 1/19 - 2/23 Saturdays, 9:00 - noon. Volunteer to help with the ARK (Art Rocks Kids) Winter
Art Program (run by out art education faculty and students for area children). Contact Sue
Thompson ([email protected]) 3 POINTS for two Saturdays
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✦ 1/20(Su) Reception, Christina Butler: “Truth About Love” ”(Outstanding Senior Artist Award
Show awarded from 2012 Student Juried Exhibition). Nicolay Heritage Room (Shipman Library) 3:00
– 4:30 pm. 1 POINT
✦ 1/21 (M) VAEL: New Clay and Glaze Techniques for the K-12 Ceramics Program 8:00 am – 3:30
pm, Tecumseh High School Art Complex. 1 POINT for morning or afternoon session; 2 POINTS for both.
✦ 1/22 (Tu) AC Alum, MFA in Photography, Crystal Tursich, “Prosper in an Art Career” 7:00
– 8:00 pm, Mahan 12B, 1 POINT
✦ 1/22 (Tu) Noon Talk, Ox-Bow. Tired of winter? Summer workshops are available at Saugatuck,
MI, for credit in glass, clay, paper, painting, drawing, printmaking, metal, more. (http://www.oxbow.org/) You can also win a scholarship via AC's Student Juried Art Show, apply for other
scholarships, or apply for a summer fellowship & live and work there. Come find out more. Seminar
rm. 12 B; lunches while they last (please sign in with your ID # if you take one). 1 POINT
✦ 1/24 (Th) Art Therapy Club will meet to discuss Hope Community Center Grant. Planning for art
activities, schedule dates, responsibilities. 9:00 pm, Mahan 7. 1 POINT
✦ 1/25 (F) Deliver your accepted work for MI Small Colleges by 7:00 pm today. Twodimensional works must be matted and framed. 3D works Boxed, deliver to matting lab Mahan.
2 POINTS for being juried in AND delivering your work on time.
✦ 1/25 (F) Visit the wood, metal, clay Jackson studio of “Lifesized” exhibition artist Tim
Pewe. Van leaves Mahan lot at noon, return by 4pm. Limited seating, reserve with Pi at 264-3901 or
[email protected] 2 POINTS
✦ 1/26 (Sa) Laura Van Camp Gallery Talk “Lifesized” exhibition Valade Gallery. Noon – 1:00
pm. 1 POINT
✦ 1/26 (Sa) Laura Van Camp figure sculpture demonstration. 1:15 – 3:00 pm Mahan 202. Lunch
Provided. 1 POINT
✦ 1/28 – 2/5 “Promise of Light” Exhibition artwork drop off. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm LCVA Gallery,
Croswell Opera House, 129 E Maumee. [$10 Fee, or join the LCVA as a student member, $15 will allow
you to enter 2 more shows during the semester]. See Cathie for info. about the show, including help
getting your work there; See Pi to purchase student membership. 1 POINT
✦ 1/29 (Tu) Junior Critique, 9:30 pm, Mahan 212. 1 POINT
✦ 2/1 (F) Donate 1 ceramic cup to Empty Cups in support of scholarships for youth for the Art
Rocks Kids (ARK) art classes. Due to Pi by 3 pm. First Friday event 2/1. 1 POINT
✦ 2/6 (W) Help Hang the Lenawee County K-8 Exhibition, Copeland’s furniture, downtown
Adrian, second floor, 4 to 6 pm. 1 POINT
✦ 2/6 (W) Noon Talk: Interested in working in a museum of gallery; curating exhibition,
working in museum education, display or fundraising? Come find out what arts management is all
about. Hear about exciting internships on and off campus and workstudy jobs that give you
experience. 12:00 – 12:55 Mahan 12. Info from Greg Jones [email protected] 1 POINT
✦ 2/7 (Th) “Lifesized” exhibition artist Steven Olszewski ceramics demonstration. Ceramics
Studio, 202 Mahan, 4:30 – 5:30. 1 POINT
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✦ 2/8 – 3/8 Promise of Light: Mixed media juried exhibition with guest artist & juror, Ted Vassar
(watercolorist). LCVA Gallery, Corswell Opera House (129 E. Maumee downtown Adrian) Hours: M-F
9:00 am - 5;00 pm [add’l hours during performances: Fri 2/8: 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Sat/Sun 2/9 – 10, 2/15
7:00 – 9:00 pm, 2/16 – 2/17 1:00 – 3:00 pm; Sat 2/16 6:00 – 8:00 pm; and Fri 3/1 until 9:00 pm during
First Friday.] 1 POINT
✦ 2/9 (Sa) ACAD’s first Throwing Games. Do you throw on the potter’s wheel? Pizza and prizes for
entrants who throw the smallest, largest, the biggest with a pound of clay. Limited to 14 entrant, sign
up with Pi [email protected] 1:00 – 4:00 pm Ceramics Studio, 202 Mahan. 1 POINT
✦ 2/11 - 3/10 MI Small College Exhibition, Alma College’s Flora Kirsch Beck Gallery Clark Art Center.
2 POINTS for seeing the exhibit OR attending the reception.
✦ 2/12 (Tu) For Art Ed students: Help set up the MI Art Education Association Region Three K12 Art Show in the Valade Gallery. Shifts available 3:30 – 5:30 pm; contact Sue Thompson to
volunteer. ([email protected]). 1 POINT
✦ 2/14 - 3/1 MAEA Region Three K-12 Art Exhibition. Valade Gallery. Gallery Hours M - F 9 - 4
and Th 9 – 9 Sa. 10 - 4. 1 POINT
✦2/19- 2/28 Classroom Creativity Show Recent work from art and design classes. Heritage Room,
Library. 1 POINT
✦ 2/21 (Th) Painting field trip to Toledo Museum of Art. Others welcome but seats limited; reserve with
Cathie (x3903; [email protected]). Van leaves Mahan 9:40; returns before 1:00 pm. 2 POINTS
✦ 2/22 (F) “Promise of Light” Noon Talk juror Ted Vassar, Professor Monroe Community College
(abstract watercolor & photorealist wildlife painter). Noon – 1:00 pm, Mahan 12B
✦ 2/22 (F) Watercolor Painting and Design Demonstration, visiting artist Ted Vassar (abstract
watercolor 7 photorealist wildlife painter) 2:15 – 3:15 pm, Mahan 212B. 1 POINT
✦ 2/22 (F) Meet with visiting artist Ted Vassar to talk about your work one-on-one; appts.
Scheduled between 3:30 and 5:50 pm Mahan. Please schedule through Cathie (x3903;
[email protected]) 1 POINT
✦ 2/23 (Sa) “Promise of Light” Exhibition critique LCVA Gallery, Croswell 129 E Maumee 2:00 –
3:00 pm. You can attend whether or not you have work in the show. 1 POINT
✦ 2/23 (Sa) Reception/Gallery Talk ,“Promise of Light” Exhibition LCVA Gallery, Croswell 129 E
Maumee 5:00 – 7:00 pm w/talk 6:30 pm. 1 POINT if attend talk
✦ 2/26 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks I: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 3/2 (Sa) Help hang the County K-8 Exhibition. LCVA gallery at the Croswell, 129 E Maumee St.
5:00 pm until completed. 1 POINT
✦ 3/3 (Su) Closing Reception, MAEA Region 3 K-12 Art Exhibition, Valade Gallery 12:30 – 4:00 pm.
Art Ed. See Sue Thompson to sign up for a specific time window. 1 POINT
✦ 3/4 – 4/5 TA Chris Reed and art minor Brenna Toland exhibit ceramics and fibers at
Copeland’s downtown Adrian. 1 POINT
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✦ 3/7 – 3/10 National Conference, Society of Photo Education (SPE) Chicago, Il. Registration fee,
see Garin for details, email [email protected] 3 points
✦ 3/10 (Su) Awards Reception, MI Small College, Alma College, 2:00 - 4:00 pm Van leaves
Mahan 11:00 am returns 6:00 pm. 2 POINTS for seeing the exhibit OR attending the Reception.
✦ 3/12 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks II: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 3/12 - 3/23 Senior Exhibition I: Courtney Walsh, Alex Schaufele, Lexan Cranfill, Melanie
Bott, Alex Myers, and Shannon Kynion. 6:30 pm, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 3/14 (Th) 3-D Design trip to Flatlanders Sculpture Supply and Gallery. Ban leaves at 1:30
and returns by 3:30. Limited seats; reserve with [email protected] 1 POINT
✦ 3/15 Senior Exhibition I Critique: Courtney Walsh, Alex Schaufele, Lexan Cranfill,
Melanie Bott, Alex Myers, and Shannon Kynion. Noon-2:00, Valade Gallery (Shipman Library).
1 POINT
✦ 3/20 - 4/16 Librimorphosis: Art of Books Exhibition, Adrian Public Library (143 E Maumee,
downtown Adrian). Library hours: M, T, Th 10 - 9; W, F, 10 - 5:30. 1 POINT for attending 2 POINTS for
exhibiting.
✦ 3/20 (W) Noon Talk: Kris Rudolph “Designing Your Portfolio” 12:00 – 12:55 pm. Mahan 12B
Seminar Room. Lunch available (please sign in with your ID# if you take one) 1 POINT
✦ 3/22 (F) “Art” a book up for Librimorphosis exhibit to be installed in Adrian Public Library. Turn
in to Mahan Art Office Suite, Rm. 11 by 5:00pm. See Pi for books, further info. 1POINT
✦ 3/24 (Su) Senior Exhibition I Reception: Courtney Walsh, Alex Schaufele, Lexan Cranfill,
Melanie Bott, Alex Myers, and Shannon Kynion. 2 - 4, Valade Gallery (Shipman Library). 1
POINT
✦ 3/28 (Th) Ceramics II visits ceramist James Freeman studio. Van leaves 4:30 and returns 7:00
pm. Limited seats; reserve with [email protected] 1 POINT
✦ 4/1 - 4/19 Junior and Underclass Invitational Exhibitions in Mahan for Ribbons of Excellence
Day. Professors select underclass students and juniors to exhibit. 1 POINT for attending; 2 POINTS for
exhibiting
✦ 4/2 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks III: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 4/2 - 4/13 Senior Exhibition II: Heather Newblom, Julie Sager, Janelle Post, Amara
Karapas, and Matt McKeen. Valade Gallery in Shipman Library. Gallery Hours: M - Sat, 9 - 4 and
Th 4 - 4. 1 POINT
✦ 4/2 (Tu) Junior Retreat, Junior Art majors meeting. Mahan 212. 9:30 pm. 1 POINT
✦ 4/3 (W) Follow through on your Ribbons of Excellence project if your abstract was accepted. See
you faculty mentor for details. 1 POINT
✦ 4/3 (W) Attend Art Dept. Ribbons of Excellence Day Exhibitions and Presentations.
Valade Gallery in Shipman Library, Lower Level and Top Floor of Mahan, Caine Student Center
(opposite 110 S Madison), & other Art student presentations as announced in program book. 1 POINT
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✦ 4/5 (F) Reed/Toland Reception, Copeland’s 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Adrian First Friday. 1 POINT
✦ 4/7 (Su) Senior Exhibition II Reception: Heather Newblom, Julie Sager, Janelle Post,
Amara Karapas, and Matt McKeen. 2:00 - 4:00pm, Valade Gallery in Shipman Library. 1 POINT
✦ 4/8 – 4/15 Deadline for entries to LCVA/ASO Delicate Balance Exhibition, entry fee $10. 1
POINT
✦ 4/9 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks IV: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 4/11 – 5/3 Lenawee High School Art Show. Copeland’s 136 Main, downtown Adrian. 1 POINT
✦ 4/12 (F) Senior II Critique: Senior Exhibition II: Heather Newblom, Julie Sager, Janelle
Post, Amara Karapas, and Matt McKeen. 3:30 pm, Valade Gallery in Shipman Library. 1 POINT
✦ 4/15 – 5/3 TA Ben Coffman Exhibition. Shipman Library Showcases. 1 POINT
✦ 4/16 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks V: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 4/17 (W) Noon Talk, Lois Bryant: Fiber/installation artist, Mahan 12B seminar rm., noon –
12:45. Lunches available while they last: sign in with student number if you take a lunch, please. 1
point
✦ 4/19 (F) Noon Talk, Mark Chatterly, ceramic sculptor. Mahan 7. 1 POINT
✦ 4/20 (Sa) Mark Chatterly Critique of the exhibition Balance, LCVA Gallery, 1-2 pm. 1 POINT
✦4/23 (Tu) Senior Artists’ Talks VI: Seniors TBA, 5:00-6:00, Mahan Rm 12B. 1 POINT
✦ 4/23 - 5/3 Senior Exhibition III: Colleen Higgins, Taylor Dow, Alivia Murphy, Sarah
Garofalo, and Liz Kerr. Valade Gallery in Shipman Library. Gallery hours: M - Sat. 9 - 4; Th 9 - 9. 1
POINT
✦ 4/28 (M) Senior Exhibition III Reception: Colleen Higgins, Taylor Dow, Alivia Murphy,
Sarah Garofalo, and Liz Kerr. 2:00 - 4:00pm, Valade Gallery in Shipman Library. 1 POINT
✦ 4/26 (F) ***Mahan Studios Close Down at 5pm!!! The studios will remain locked over the
weekend before finals and through finals week. All of your work must be done and in your
studio for grading by building lock up TOADY!!! [Don’t plan to complete things over finals
week.]***
✦ 4/26(F) Turn in your chair for Chair-ity Auction by 5pm. Artist-designed chairs to benefit the
Art-A-Licious Festival in downtown Adrian and the Boys and Girls Club Art Programs. Chairs available
through Pi and can be turned in either by today or Fall 2010 semester (Friday, September 3, 5:00 pm).
1 POINT
✦ 4/29 (M) Get Published! Submit your art to OxCart, AC’s literary and visual art magazine. Email
high resolution files to [email protected] & cc: [email protected] [Have you work, done in AC art
courses, imaged in Mahan 4 Imaging Lab by the Digital Team. Then find you files on the designated
PC in the Mac Lab, Rm 02] 1 POINT for 2 images; 2 POINTS for more.
✦ 4/29 (M) Deadline, 5:00 pm, for all Art Experiences & paperwork. Turn in Mahan Office
Rm 11 or Shipman Library, as usual.
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✦ 5/1 (W) Enter 2013 Student Juried Art Exhibition, juried Frank James Fisher. Digital entries due
in Art Office (M11) by 5:00 pm. Digital entries due in Art Office (M11) by 5 pm. Details from you
instructor in class - but have your work imaged in Mahan 04 Imaging Lab and upload it to your Art
Dept. Web portfolio, in advance. Please note: No art experience points for work entered
after 4/29 5:00 pm.
Take advantage of the Digital Team’s posted hours during finals for assistance in
getting your best works imaged for web site.
Look ahead for . . .
Summer 2013
• Art Education majors may apply to Sue Thompson to be an assistant instructor at Summer ARK Day
Camp, July 15-19 [housing can be provided]. The theme: Rain Forest. Lead instructors anr Annie
Howard and Jackie Whiteley. [3 Art Ex points awarded for fall 2013 semester for student(s) who work
the camp.]
Fall 2013
Look ahead for . . .
• By noon 9/1 Deliver your work for On, Of, In, Around, About a Box, with title and your name
affixed, to Shipman Library circulation desk. Get your first ArtEx point of the year by creating a
work that somehow involves a box. See Pi if you need a box. Art Party 9/1, 7:30 pm, at the show.
Food and Awards, additional ArtEx points. 1 POINT for submitting box art.
• 9/20 -9/21 Volunteer or share a booth at Art-A-Licious (downtown Adrian arts festival) to sell your
works. See Pi for further information. 1 to 2 POINTS.
• Volunteer to help with Fall ARK: October 19 – November 23. Talk to Sue Thompson.
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See following pages for potential locations for ONE independent Experience (one not on the
list above). Only ONE will count. This is optional – you can get all of your points (& MORE!) from
events on the List.
*** NOTHING DOWNLOADED FROM THE INTERNET IS ACCEPTABLE ***
[Note requirements for getting CREDIT for your independent Experience.]
Independent Art Experiences
The last page is a form to use for your ONE independent trip – make it count most by
choosing an out-of county location for 2 points. Bring something back from museum or exhibition
(checklist of artists in show, museum map, etc.). Nothing from the web will be accepted.
If the form doesn’t fit your experience, bring something back from museum/ gallery/ etc., and attach it
to at least 2 good paragraphs about what you looked at. BE SPECIFIC! It needs to have info. You’d
only know if you were there.
There are a number of possibilities for independent trips posted on the AE board in the Art Office in
addition to those listed below.
Since only ONE trip is allowed per semester; please check w/your prof. before finalizing your plans, and
check open days/hours before you go.
Remember to turn in all records related to Art Experience in pocket folder on bulletin
board in Art Office (Mahan 11) or in Valade Gallery within one week of event. Check your
record against ours on posted tally sheets (note date of sheet; allow for periodic
updating). Discrepancies in record- keeping? Check in first with gallery sitter in Valade.
Still problems? Contact Cathie Royer (x3903, office 11B).
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Locations for Independent Artists
2 POINTS (out of Lenawee County): the gallery business is volatile – call before you go
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Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, MI
*Detroit Institute of Arts (www.dia.org/home/home.html)
MoCAD (Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit), 2 blocks from DIA http://mocadetroit.org/
Detroit Artists Market (DAM) http://www.detroitartistsmarket.org/
Center for Creative Studies Gallery, Detroit (across John R Street from DIA; also go through halls
at class bldg.. next door; www.ccscad.edu/cccs/newsinfo.html)
Wayne State University galleries, Detroit (2 blocks across Woodward from DIA;
www.comm.wayne.edu/art/galleries.html
Detroit Contemporary Gallery, Detroit(commercial gallery;
www.detroitcontemporary.com/exhibits.htm)
Gallery 555, Detroit http://www.555arts.org/
Univ. of Michigan Museum of Art, State and University, Ann Arbor http://umma.umich.edu
University of Michigan Residential College Gallery, Ann Arbor
*Univ. of Michigan School of Art and Architecture galleries (North Campus), Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Art Assoc., (114 W. Liberty; http://www.annarborartcenter.orgexhib.htm)
*Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH; http://www.toledomuseum.org
*Center for Visual Art Gallery (CVA) (at east end of Toledo Museum of Art, bldg. designed by
Frank Gehry), Toledo, OH. While there, check out UT art dept. student work displayed in halls
on all floors of CVA. There is a small photo gallery in the basement too.
20 North, Gallery, Toledo, OH (20 N. St. Clair downtown, 419/241-2400)
Space 237, Toledo, OH (237 N. Michigan; 419/255-5117)
Collingwood Arts Center; Toledo, OH (2413 Collingwood Blvd.)
Kismet Gallery/Aesop Studio (working printmaking & painting studio), 5627 Main St.,
Sylvania, OH 43560 (419) 882-0300
Ford Gallery, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti.
Michigan State’s Kresge Art Museum East Lansing
Lansing Art Gallery (425 S. Grand Ave., )Lansing, MI
Wm. Bonifas Fine Arts Center (700 1st Ave., S), Escanaba, MI
Muskegon Museum of Art (296 W. Webster Ave.), Muskegon, MI
South Bend Art Center (Century Center), South Bend, IN
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN http://www.fwmoa.org/
*Alden B. Dow Home, Midland, MI (www.abdow.org)
*Chicago Art Institute http://www.artic.edu/aic/
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago http://www.mcachicago.org/
*Wexner Center, designed by architect Peter Eisenmann OSU campus, Columbus, OH
(http://www.wexarts.org/home/shtml)
Columbus Museum of Art, downtown, Columbus, OH
*Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (at Water Tower Place)
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*Meyer-May House, Frank Lloyd Wright, Grand Rapids, MI (450 Madison SE in the Heritage
Hill neighborhood)
*Cranbrook Academy of Art & Art Museum (also architectural tours of campus & Eero
Saarinen House), Bloomfield Hills, MI (http://www.cranbrookart.edu/museum/welcome.htm)
*Parkwyn Village, Frank Lloyd Wright, Kalamazoo (http://kzoo.edu/˜cstull/wright.htm
*Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Oak Park, IL (http://www.wrightplus.org/)
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo (www.kiarats.org/museum/exhibitions.htm;
616/349-7775)
Holland Area Arts Council, Holland, MI (8th Street, downtown)
Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, MI (1801 W. St. Andrews Rd.; 517/631-3250)
MI State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
River Gallery (www.chelsearivergallery.com), Chelsea, MI http://www.chelsearivergallery.com
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Name____________________________________
Written Requirement for an Independent Art Experience (attach to materials picked up)
*ONLY ONE Art Experience not on the dated List will count. Suggested locations can be found on the
pages at eh end of the List; others are pinned to the bulletin bd. just inside art office suite, Mahan 11.
*Discuss your planned event with your art professor before you go to be sure it is suitable & will get
points.
*Fill this out. Attach it to materials you pick up at the museum/gallery (nothing downloaded from the
internet will be accepted).
*Turn it in within 1 week (take to Valade Gallery in Shipman Gallery, or turn in on board in Mahan 11).
Name/location of the institution you visited.
Title of specific show or exhibit you saw:
What, generally, was it about?
Date of visit:
Pick out two works to look at/think about in depth.
Work #1 Artist:
Title:
Date Created:
Medium:
Describe this work, using correct design terminology. (Go ahead and describe the subject
matter, but don’t forget to discuss the work’s form!) Cover 3 or more amazing things about this work’s
from (form=media, size, physical traits, AND elements and principles of design).
What does any explanatory material in the museum/gallery tell you about the content
(meaning or concept) of this work?
What is your take on the content? (Even if no material is available, answer based on the clues
available -- title, artist’s choices of subject matter and form, you intuition and ‘gut reaction’.)
Give specific instance of how this work relates to your own art?
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Pick out two works to look at/think about in depth.
Work #1 Artist:
Title:
Date Created:
Medium:
Describe this work, using correct design terminology. (Go ahead and describe the subject
matter, but don’t forget to discuss the work’s form!) Cover 3 or more amazing things about this work’s
from (form=media, size, physical traits, AND elements and principles of design).
What does any explanatory material in the museum/gallery tell you about the content
(meaning or concept) of this work?
What is your take on the content? (Even if no material is available, answer based on the clues
available -- title, artist’s choices of subject matter and form, you intuition and ‘gut reaction’.)
Give specific instance of how this work relates to your own art?
Any other comments . . .
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