PSU Faculty and Staff Art Making Night

Wednesday, November 18 at 5:30 – 7:30pm in the Harry Krug Gallery, Porter Hall

If you missed the last art making night, you have another chance! We are having a night where we will help you create a collage piece for the Collective Fusion exhibit on Wednesday, November 18.  We will provide materials, but feel free to bring old magazines or photos of your own to make your collage more personal.

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Daniel Hunt Coming Soon to the University Gallery

Starting on Monday, November 16, 2015, stop by and check out Daniel Hunt’s installation exhibition, Lucky Feet, Magic Holes, in the University Gallery.

Daniel Hunt regularly employs recycled cast aluminum and iron, steel and wood to generate sculptures and installations, often building the equipment necessary to cast metal. Incorporating narrative and iconographic imagery with a humorous edge, Daniel Hunt’s ideas are inspired by the experiences of living and the study of Theology, which are often shaped by music, literature, film, art history and hot rod culture.

Galleries Hours:
University Gallery
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Harry Krug Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m, Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Conversation Tree

Help the Conversation Tree in the Harry Krug gallery grow!  Come by Porter Hall to describe the feeling or feelings expressed by one of the works or art created in Pittsburg State University’s Permanent Collection Exhibition.  The conversation tree is inspired by the Piet Mondrian’s, The Gray Tree, 1912.  To learn more about Piet Mondrian, visit the Piet Mondrian Trust Website.

Take a close look at the artwork on display with the Gallery Guide located in the Harry Krug Gallery.  Find components of certain works and tell us what your collection would be if you were a curator.

Also, check out the video I Could Do That by The Art Assignment.  “So you look at a work of art and think to yourself, I could have done that. And maybe you really could have, but the issue here is more complex than that — why didn’t you? Why did the artist? And why does it have an audience?  You might find it’s not quite as simple as you think (The Art Assignment).”