Nominated by two professors at The University of Michigan School of Art & Design, LSM was awarded as a 2010 Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist. Today, he will travel to Ann Arbor to spend a few days working with students on their work, assisting in critiques, and presenting lectures on his own work.
This Thursday, March 4, from 5-7pm, there will be a closing reception for Pennsyltucky: Are We There Yet? at the art gallery at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. The exhibition features the work of Christian Herr, Jason Lahr, Bill Rodgers, and Lee S. Millard.
Tonight, from 4-9pm, downtown Bloomsburg, PA, will host the Bloomsburg Art Walk-In. The Walk-In will feature work by over 50 local and regional artists (including LSM) that will be selling their art or just exhibiting it. Work by Bloomsburg University faculty, staff, current and past students will be prominently exhibited. In the basement, which used to be a bowling alley, BU Art Professor Greg Mueller’s Sculpture class will display their Bowl Show, which shows students’ interpretations of the bowling pin made from various materials. In addition to the artwork, there will be live music as well as food from many local restaurants and eateries.
The Art Walk-In is tonight only and is free, and open to the public of all ages.
The Bloomsburg Art Walk-In will be located at the Moose Exchange at 203 W. Main St., Bloomsburg, PA.
This Monday marked the opening of Pennsyltucky: Are We There Yet?, a four-person exhibition at Clarion University. Curated by Art Department chair Mark Franchino, Pennsyltucky showcases the work of Christian Herr, Jason Lahr, Lee S. Millard, and Bill Rodgers.
Pennsyltucky: Are We There Yet? will be on view at the art gallery at Clarion University from January 25 – March 5, 2010. There will be a closing reception on Thursday, March 4, from 5-7pm.
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Nominated by two professors at The University of Michigan School of Art & Design, LSM was recently awarded as a 2010 Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist. He will travel to Ann Arbor in the spring to spend two days lecturing and working with art students.