By Nancy Blevins All the un-useful things that clutter our landfills, yards, garages, homes and even our cities, which were valuable at one time or another, have been recreated and brought back to life. Thanks to the creative artists and minds from all over the San Luis Valley the recycled, re-used, or re-purposed materials have […]
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Nicole Plowright On Friday October 23, 2009 two new art exhibits opened in the art building’s Hartfield and Snook galleries. These exhibits will be open until November 20th, and are free for the public to come view.
Nicole Plowright Friday October 23 the Luther Bean Museum opened the “Shadows on the Wall” exhibit. The exhibit includes pottery, jewelry and paintings. All art is done by the artist Tetsuko. The exhibit is dedicated to her cat, Princess, that lived from June 1996 to September 28, 2009.
Nancy Blevins South Coloradan Upon entering the ASC Community Partnerships Art Gallery you are greeted by a man made of tape in a box of bottle caps. The insides of his feet are partially filled with plastic caps, a unique way of recycling and even better way of attracting attention. Groups of school kids created […]
Dave Hargis South Coloradan A proposal to introduce or restructure course fees for some art classes was introduced at last Thursday’s Associated Students and Faculty Senate (AS&F) meeting. Art Department Chair Margaret Doell gave a short presentation that outlined the nature of the fees and began the process of receiving public input on the proposal. […]