Lots going on in this last week of classes!
All Art History majors are required–sometime during their time at Truman–to complete some sort of art historical experience outside of the classroom. This might be an internship, study abroad, a workshop, or lots of other possibilities. Students then share their experiences with the campus community; on Monday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m. in OP 2210 the Art History Society (the club for students interested in Art History) will be hosting a series of presentations by students who completed their experience in Summer 2011. Please join us to learn more from Amy Hall, April Johnston, Allie Straussner, and Elmer Stunkel about internships at both the DUMBO Arts Center in Brooklyn, New York and at the St. Louis Art Museum (with Truman Art History alum Dr. Mike Murawski), and study exchange in the Czech Republic!
Everyone is also invited to the University Art Gallery on Tuesday, December 6th at 6:00 p.m. for the opening of the exhibition of work by students planning to graduate with a BA: Art or BFA: Studio Art degree. The exhibition will be up through Friday, December 9 and will feature work by Sarah Harford, Sierra McCown, Danielle Pahls, Amanda Rispoli, and Sammy Wheeler. As always, the exhibition is free and open to the public, and (again, as always) refreshments will be served at the opening. More information on Gallery events can be found at http://tsugallery.org.
Hope you can join us to support and congratulate these students!