Carole and I are working on a new CONTENTdm collection that will document our rotating exhibitions, educational programs, and projects related to SLU’s Permanent Collection. We’ll have a link on the Gallery’s Web site soon.
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David will be speaking on November 19, at 7:00 p.m. in Griffiths 123. This guy is brilliant. Mark your calendars now, and more info about the author/illustrator and lecture will be provided in the next few days. David says this will be GYWO’s post-election post-mortem.
Check out his Web site and most recent publication Get Your War on, The Definitive Guide to the War on Terror, 2001-2008.
Chris Sperandio of the Kartoon Kings had to do some fancy footwork to get out of the North Country today.
Scores of SLU students from Jenny MacGregor and Relani Prudhomme’s FYP Sprague College and Kasarian Dane’s painting class participated in a community-based site-specific installation using designs painted by the Kartoon Kings based on the work of Canton-born Frederic Femington, We also had the pleasure of working with Dianne Drayse-Alonso’s students from Ogdensburg Free Academy and Ray Whalen’s students from Parishville Central School.
We hope you can all come to the lecture and reception to follow.
What an amazing weekend with the artists from the Combat Paper Project. To find out more about the visiting artists who were here for the past three days, visit the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery website for background information, the Combat Paper Project at Green Door Studio (Burlington), and Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Here are some pictures from Amy Hauber: