THE 2021 ART AND DESIGN FACULTY EXHIBITION FEATURED THE WORK OF: ELIZABETH A. BROWN • DR. SEONMI CHOI • MICHAEL L. DIAZ • ERIC HOEFER • MANDY HORTON • SAM LADWIG • DR. OKSUN LEE • DAVID MAXWELL • MONIQUE ORTMAN MCKENNA SANDERSON • KELLY ANN TEMPLE • SAM WASHBURN • BARBARA WEIDELL • ADRIENNE WRIGHT
THE EXHIBITION WAS ON VIEW FROM AUGUST 19–SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
The Faculty Exhibition explores the scope and diversity of work that the UCO faculty practice in contribution to their careers as educators. The exhibit will showcase a range of visual artwork, design images, prototypes, and research posters by faculty members representing the Department of Art and School of Design.
Our art and design faculty are accomplished and experienced professionals and practitioners in their fields. It’s important that we take a moment to celebrate the mastery they possess and appreciate them for all they bring to the campus community.
Exhibit Dates: March 1-29, 2018
Opening Reception: March 1, 2018 | 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Melton Gallery is pleased to host the group exhibit CONTINUUM, showcasing the legacy of past and present UCO ceramics faculty Gayle Singer, Barbara Weidell, and Eric Hoefer, and the work of CFAD’s new Dean, Steve Hansen in March of 2018. This dynamic group of ceramists will display their talent in the form of 3D sculpture ranging from pop-art teapots to anthropomorphic figures, exploring the diversity, scope, and continuum of the art of ceramics. The exhibit will be open March 1-29.
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