The exhibition "Circling the Camp" by Wendy Red Star opens February 11th and continues through March 18th.
"Circling the Camp"
Photographs, video and textiles by Wendy Red Star
Also part of the 2014-15 Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Social Landscape
ARTISTS WHO EXAMINE AND REDEFINE CULTURAL IDENTITIES IN AMERICA
Lecture schedule for Wendy Red Star
11:30am- Wednesday, Feb 11, SFCC, bldg 24 rm 110
reception to follow in Bldg 6 Art Gallery
6:30pm- Wednesday, February 11, SFCC, bldg 24 rm 110
12 noon- Thursday February 12, EWU Art Dept, Art Auditorium, Art Building, Rm 116
For more information please contact SFCC Fine Arts Department
Tom O'Day 533-3746
Fine Art Gallery provides an educational experience to students and the Spokane community, by featuring exhibitions from regional, national and international artists, working in a variety of media. Each year we provide a total of eight exhibitions. Five of these exhibits are dedicated to emerging and established artists from around the country, whose work ranges from traditional to non-traditional. In conjunction with many of the exhibitions, we invite artists to lecture at SFCC and various sites in the community, in order to provide a fuller understanding of their work. The other two exhibits feature work by Graduating Fine Art students, and students enrolled in Installation Workshop.
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
2014-15 Visiting Artist Lecture Series - Wendy Red Star
In addition to our gallery exhibits and lectures, the "Visiting Artist Lecture Series" invites well-known artists, critics, and/or curators from around the world, loosely linking them by theme of a particular interest. Funding for our gallery/lecture program is provided by SFCC Associated Students, Art Gallery, Art Club and the Fine Arts Department. The Sahlin Foundation provided additional funding for exhibitions and lectures. All lectures are free and open to the public.
All events are free and open to the public.
The Consortium for the Visiting Artist Lecture Series gratefully acknowledges support from EWU College of Arts and Letters, the SFCC Art Department, the NW MAC and the Sahlin Foundation.
For further information, please contact Tom O’Day at 533 3746 firstname.lastname@example.org
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