A sampling of WWI posters from around the world. There’s a link at the bottom for a grand archive of more of these artistic graphic designs.
Ceramic artist Paul Morris will display his sculptural potter in an exhibit titled “Sustaining Persistence” in the Harry Krug Gallery November 8 – December 8, 2011.Morris’ work is an interesting connection between the human body, how the body exists in nature and how nature in turn affects the body. He writes, “My ewers have a strong sculptural figurative presence and serve to explore issues of durability regarding our personal and collective embodiment of the world.”He will deliver a public lecture in Room 103 Porter Hall @ 2:00 pm on Tuesday November 8 followed by a reception. The lecture and reception are free and everyone is invited!
This Independent article details the history of some of the British women who used art to record the wartime experiences. Don’t miss the slideshow link for more pictures.
Music historian Elijah Wald describes the relationship between technology, music and social interaction over the 20th century. It’s all the Beatles’ fault, apparently.
Two exhibits in September in Porter Hall, featuring digitally enhanced traditional media. The Harry Krug gallery is open 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fridays.
In fact, almost any art gallery or museum would count for extra credit, at least once.