Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel took part in a visiting artist lecture series hosted by the School of Art at Louisiana State University Sept. 29-30, 2016. He presented a lecture concerning his artwork titled “Craft, Intimacy and Queer Theory,” and met with graduate students in the School of Art for Individual Critics.
Professor of Art and Herman Brown Chair Mary Visser will present “What Things May Come in 3D Printing for the Fine Arts, and Sciences” for the “Fête de la Science 2016 : les modèles numériques dans l’art et la nature” in Verdun, France. Her artwork is being shown in the International 3D Printed Sculpture exhibition, also in Verdun. Additionally, Visser’s artwork was selected for the following art exhibitions: “3D Glitch at Ny Space” in Manchester, England from Nov. 28–Dec. 13, 2015, and “Virtually SOLID: Digital Fabrication as Sculpture” at Florida State College in Jacksonville, Fla. from Jan. 6–28, 2016.
Professor of Art Mary Visser has been invited to give a presentation for the “Fête de la Science 2016 : les modèles numériques dans l’art et la nature” sponsored by the French Government to be held in Verdun, France Oct. 8-16. Visser will present “What Things May Come” and highlight the 37th Brown Symposium at Southwestern held in 2015. Her artwork will also be featured in an international exhibition of 3D printed sculpture.