BFA 2011!

All of the Bachelors of Fine Arts students have exhibitions coming up fast! There’s enough art here to last you through the rest of the school year and beyond!

Support your fellow students and classmates!

The Grand Disappearing Act

BFA students Teresa Grasseschi and Megan Harmon will be displaying their brand new work at the Corridor Gallery in the Tashiro Kaplan building in May. Please join them on First Thursday, May 5th from 5-9 pm for their opening reception.

The work will be on display May 5th through the 28th open for viewing Fridays and Saturdays from 12-5pm.

Corridor Gallery: 306 S. Washington St. Seattle Wa 98104 (www.tklofts.com/corridor)

To see more of Teresa Grasseschi or Megan Harmon’s work visit their web sites:

www.teresagrasseschi.com

www.meganharmon.dphoto.com

Sweet Photography Press

Lots of coverage recently for our bustling photography department! Fine art photography students’ passion and drive has a strong presence on Western’s campus that can be seen through current exhibitions, projects, and articles. Check out cool¬†stories and galleries from classmates recent work:

Mixed Nuts
AS Review
Western

SEM Exhibition

Technology Fee

Anna Zuck even snagged the Western home page today with a photo from the “Mixed Nuts” exhibition! Congrats Anna!

Photo 390 & SEM Get Together!

Check out this kick-ass diptych by student Joe Rudko! Have you stopped by “The Reconfigured Landscape: Miniature/Mammoth” yet? The exhibition features scanning electronic microscope¬†artwork from the Art 390 Black and White Photo II students and is currently on display in the foyer of SMATE!

See more info on the poster!

The exhibit is up until March 15, so take a break from studying and long hours in the art building for some adventuresome artwork!

Labyrinth 2011

Check out the artwork of some awesome classmates and other WWU student and alumni artists in this year’s annual exhibition of Labyrinth, hosted by the VU Gallery and the Women’s Center!

Congrats to 490 students Allison Avery, Alyssa Putnam, Joe Rudko, Laurel Kam, and Teresa Grasseschi for all being featured in the exhibition, and many in the publication as well!

You can pick up your free copy of this year’s Labyrinth, enjoy some poetry and prose, eat free food and mingle with fellow artists, writers, and gallery patrons at the Release Party, this Thursday from 6-8pm in the VU Gallery!

Remind yourself by joining the Facebook event!