Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Local Art Seen: Students Show Their Stuff at the Tweed

I've always enjoyed seeing the kind of work young art students are doing. I suppose it's in part because I 'm always about how their work compares to what I was producing when in their shoes. I also wonder what these art students are thinking and how the envision their futures. What kinds of expectations do they have? What kinds of paths will they travel?

Here is some of the artwork I saw at Saturday's Art For Earth Day open house at UMD. If you missed it, it's not too late to see this show at the Tweed, though the open studios will no longer be accessible in the same manner as last weekend, and certainly no one will be making waffles for you in the halls. Thank you to everyone involved in making guests feel welcome. You brought back many memories.

And to Nick Kuvach, who won the Best In Show Award in our own Ohio University senior exhibition 1974... Congratulations. I was jealous at the time, but your award was deserved. You epitomized the times.


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REMINDERS
DON'T MISS LEAH YELLOWBIRD'S 
"DIMENSIONS"
at the AICHO's Dr. Powless Community Center on Friday

And the two shows that same evening in Superior.
Click links for Details:
816 Tower Avenue, Superior
and V.I.P. Vintage Pizza hosts the
 Afterparty for both shows at Vintage Italian Pizza
1201 Tower Avenue, Superior

MEANTIME, ART GOES ON ALL AROUND YOU. 
Engage It.

1 comment:

LEWagner said...

That door under the sign in the top picture is the first door I ever walked through at UMD, many years ago ...