Faculty art to be featured in exhibit
An exhibition March 7 through 12 at the Art and Design Gallery will feature
a diverse range of works by members of the art faculty.
Many professors in KU’s art department have shown in national and
international exhibitions, and they are represented in galleries nationwide.
This exhibition offers an exciting opportunity to see the talent they
bring to KU and will include works in painting, sculpture, drawing, video
installation and printmaking.
Pieces by Professor Emeritus Robert Sudlow, a noted painter who taught
at KU from 1946 to 1988, will be shown in the exhibition, as well as work
by Roger Shimomura, distinguished professor of performance and painting,
who retires this spring.
The show will also include works by:
Jane Asbury, associate professor of printmaking
Phillip Blackhurst, associate professor of
Robert Brawley, professor of painting
Carol Ann Carter, professor of new genre
Mark Cowardin, instructor in art
Richard Dishinger, associate professor of
Ivan Fortushniak, associate professor of
John Hachmeister, associate professor of
Tanya Hartman, assistant professor of painting
Cima Katz, professor of drawing and printmaking
Michael Krueger, associate professor of printmaking
Gerald Lubensky, professor of painting
Judith McCrea, associate professor of painting
and chair of art
Yoonmi Nam, assistant professor of art
Robert Price, associate professor of painting
Peter Thompson, professor of painting
Maria Velasco, associate professor of installation
Robert Wright, associate professor emeritus
An opening for the exhibition is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March
7, at the gallery. For more information call 864-4401.