Alum Jackson in a Solo Show

Alum Tom C. Jackson, BA 1972, has a solo show in Chicago in February. Child’s Play: New work on paper opens February 18 and runs through March 26, 2011. There will be an Artist’s Reception, Friday, February 18, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm at the Packer Schopf Gallery, 942 West Lake St., [...]

Alum Jackson shows in 25th International Juried Show

American Cipher 48, a color photograph by Tom Jackson, BA 1972, was selected by Joan Young, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC, to be shown in the Marylou Hillyer 25th International Juried Show at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ.
This show runs from January 14 to March [...]

Holz Elected to the HGCEA Board

Keith Holz (Associate Professor, Art History, Department of Art)has been elected to serve as a Board Member of the Historians of German and Central European Art for a three-year term.
HGCEA is an affiliated society of the College Art Association. It was founded in 1997 to foster study of visual and material culture of Central Europe [...]

Walters Art in Plain Sight

Bruce Walters has published another Art in Plain Sight in the River City Reader.  This time out, Walters examines the art at the Family Museum and the Bettendorf Public Library. The article focuses on the large sculpture by Matt Kargol and a much smaller piece by Isabel Bloom.
Passages is a grouping of four rectangular [...]

Kevin Copeland is Runner Up in Tivoli Audio Design Competition

Kevin Copeland, BS 2010 art minor, was short listed in the Tivoli Audio 10th anniversary design challenge. He was one of the runner-ups to the three winners. There were 2980 participants from 92 different countries.