Have a Great Summer!

Prof. Wynne Wilbur demonstrating maiolica ceramic technique at Bracker's Ceramics.

The summer is upon us, and so the Art Department blog will be taking a break unless we receive groundbreaking news!  Here's some more specific news of what some of the Art Department faculty members will be up to this summer in addition to the good work all faculty members will be doing on course prep, mentoring students, teaching, making art, and doing research.  So, for now, happy reading and we'll see you in the Fall!

Wynne Wilbur just finished teaching a workshop at Bracker's Ceramics in Lawrence, Kansas.

Ping Xu will spend the summer in Shanghai.  While there, he will visit the Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, one of top three Chinese art schools where he will discuss some details for the coming international exchange show at Truman's University Art Gallery in Fall 2010.  Follow some of Prof. Xu's activites at his Flickr site.

Aaron Fine has received an artist residency at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, Nebraska.

Jim Jereb will be serving in May as an historical consultant at the Deutscheim Historic Site in Hermann, Missouri.  In June, he will have a solo exhibition at the Loveland Art Center in Loveland, Colorado as well as a group exhibition at the Centennial Gallery in Centennial, Wyoming.  In addition, he will be teaching a letterpress workshop at the Wyoming Photography Institute in Riverton, Wyoming as well as serving from May – August as a consultant and instructor at the Wyoming Territory Historic Museum in Laramie, Wyoming.

Julia DeLancey will be working on two articles related to color sellers in sixteenth-century Venice.

Priya Kambli will has a solo show at the XVI Encuentros Abiertos:  Festival de la Luz 2010 in Buenos Aires, Argentina in August and will be traveling there to participate in the Festival.

See you in the Fall!!

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