Join students from across campus at the exhibition of their artworks. See photographs made from a contemplative point of view in nature spaces. Explore drawings informed by the study of mindfulness and human perception.
Light refreshments provided.
Not sure how to get to the Wads Studio? Here's how:
Enter the front doors of Wadsworth Hall (on the south side of US Highway 41). Take the stairs or elevator down one level to the basement. The Studio is between the WMTU studio and the music practice room down the hallway.
CONTENT GUIDANCE | Students explore mature subject matters
PRESENTER | Michigan Tech Art
VENUE | Wadsworth Hall G04W
DURATION| 90 min drop-in event
Students in this exhibition hail from many schools, colleges and departments across the university. Come see the creative work of artists who connect with their world and one another across differences in the context of art classes including Art & Nature, Creative Drawing, Color & Creativity, and Creative Practices.
Interdisciplinary collaborations. Gallery exhibits. Community projects. There are many ways to experience Michigan Tech Art. Michigan Tech Art is part of the Michigan Tech Visual and Performing Arts Department.
Studio Here Now serves as a professional research lab and art studio for resident artists and Professor Anne Beffel. They invite artists to give talks, gather and share work.
Anne Beffel is an artist and Professor at Michigan Technological University. As an artist, she hopes to raise questions about social justice as she offers opportunities to experience empathy and inclusiveness among those who encounter her work.
Support for this event provided by the Visual and Performing Arts Department and its supporters. View current Visual and Performing Arts Department donors.
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