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Relationships: Interstitial Connections


Relationships is a cycle of exhibits and interdisciplinary educational programs pairing studio arts faculty from the department of Art and Design with colleagues from across the Iowa State University campus. The exhibit will run from January 10 to May 6.


Relationships: Spheres of Influence Reception

Thursday, January 19 from 4:30 to 6:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Wendy Wintersteen, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean, along with the faculty in Integrated Studio Arts invite you to join them in celebrating the exhibition Relationships: Spheres of Influence at the Brunnier Art Museum. Enjoy light refreshments, conversation, and a brief program at 5:15 with remarks from Dean Wintersteen, College of Design Dean Luis Rico-Gutierrez, and faculty exhibition coordinator Ingrid Lilligren.


Ingrid Lilligren Exhibition Coordinator
Ingrid Lilligren
Wendy Wintersteen Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Luis Rico-Gutierrez Dean of the College of Design
Luis Rico-Gutierrez
















Inquiry: Perception, History and Making

Gallery Talk
Tuesday, February 7 at 7:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Brent Holland, associate professor in Art and Design will be joined by Eric Cooper, associate professor in Psychology, as they visually explore the past and the present, the imagined and the observed through art and the science of visual cognition.














 


We Arent So Different After All

Gallery Talk
Tuesday, February 28 at 7:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Chris Martin associate professor of Integrated Studio Arts will share reflections on his two years living in Ghana as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and the new perspective he has gained of his own American culture as expressed through his new body of work. Robert Mazur professor of Sociology will consider the us and them mentality when it comes to aid and assistance to the developing world and how this has affected development on the African continent.














 


High/Low: Graffiti, Embroidery, Technology

Gallery Talk
Tuesday, March 27 at 7:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Teresa Paschke, associate professor of Integrated Studio Arts, creates art that explores the notion of tags, monograms, and other markings through textiles. She will be joined by Amy Bix, associate professor of History, who will talk about the history and technological development of textile printing and Nancy Girard, educator for University Museums, who will talk about how graffiti writers used tags to create their own personal identity and define their community.
















Fearless Symmetry

Gallery Talk
Tuesday, April 3 at 7:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Debra Marquart, professor in English, Paul Canfield, professor in Physics and Astronomy, and Ingrid Lilligren, professor in Art and Design, discuss ideas about chance, magnetism, pattern, and repetition in poetry, physics and art. The conversation will be spontaneous, playful, and participatory.

















Movement, Music, & Art

Gallery Talk
Sunday, April 15 at 2:00 pm - Brunnier Art Museum

Valerie Williams, director of CoMotion Dance Company and Ingrid Lilligren, professor in Art and Design, present an afternoon of human and computer interactions. Using the music of Antonin Dvorak and art work created by Lilligren, participants will be able to interact with forms and sound by simply walking.