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Wendy Wischer’s ‘Written on the Wind’ at NHMU

Written on the Wind by Wendy Wischer, Professor of Sculpture Intermedia, is part of Nature All Around Us, a special exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City, October 19th 2019 – May 25th, 2020. Filled with immersive dioramas, hands-on interactives, and live animals, Nature All Around Us engages all your senses in discovering […]

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Digital Sculpture Class – Spring 2020

MFA Student Dana Hansen will be teaching Digital Sculpture (FA 3801) spring semester. This class is an introduction to digital sculpture and its integration into 3D printing, rendering, and virtual reality applications. Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-6:30pm | Open to all majors | No Pre-Requisites Register starting on Monday, November 7 (login to CIS for your assigned date). […]

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Marriott Library Call for Public Art Proposals

The Marriott Library seeks public art proposals from U of U students for Katherine’s Courtyard. All materials, scales, and themes are welcome. Preference will be given to proposals that give consideration to site specificity. Site visits encouraged. Two selected proposals will receive up to $1500 for materials. Work to be on display from early April […]

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2019 Annual Student Art Exhibition

Thanks to all who came out to support our students for the 2019 Annual Student Art Exhibition! The show will be on view in Gittins Gallery until May 3. Don’t miss it! Reception Photos Exhibition Photos Award Winners Anita Hawkins – After Rothko – Best in Show & Faculty Awards Nikita Nenashev – Rolapp Award […]

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BFA student Bea Hurd unveils public sculpture in Katherine’s Courtyard

BFA student Bea Hurd’s public sculpture Suburban Wudu was installed in Katherine’s Courtyard last week. A work in process for nearly the entire semester, Hurd’s sculpture, along with another public art piece by architecture student Jaiden Hughes, will be on view at a reception this Thursday, April 18, 4-6pm, in Marriott Library’s Katherine’s Courtyard. Suburban Wudu addresses issues […]

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Honors Art, Action & the Environment trip to Rio Mesa

This semester, honors students from numerous majors across campus came together in Professor Wendy Wischer’s class ‘Art, Action, & the Environment’. A group of non-art majors, they recently visited the Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa for a weekend of ecology and art making in the red rock desert. Mostly using natural materials that the […]

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Site, Space & Installation Class visits Rio Mesa

Wendy Wischer’s Site, Space & Installation class (ART 4460) recently returned from a trip to the Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa. This studio course explores the making of installations, art works which are environment-based and during this trip students explored their artwork for the camera lens in the remote desert landscape of eastern central […]

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