Technical Assistant and Exhibitions Coordinator Seth Daulton exhibited a conference-sponsored themed exchange portfolio titled “Those Who Arrive Survive” during the Southern Graphics Conference International in Atlanta, Ga., March 15–19. The portfolio featured small books produced by artists from across the country. This conference, the largest of its kind, brings together national and international printmakers for panels, portfolios, demonstrations, exhibitions, and discourse on contemporary printmaking practices.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel is featured in an exhibition titled “Mixed Feelings: The Irreverent Object” at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Ore. The exhibition examines how ceramic art, rooted in the domestic, plays an active role in reflecting and shaping identities. The exhibition is part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) annual conference, March 22–25 in Portland, Ore.
Southwestern’s Studio Art Department in the Department of Art and Art History has been listed as among the “25 Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Art and Design” in The Fiske Guide to Colleges. The department has received this recognition annually since 2006. Edited by Edward B. Fiske, former education editor for The New York Times, The Fiske Guide serves as a respected, authoritative sourcebook comprising 320+ four-year schools, and is fully updated and expanded annually.