What's up, Doc? Chuck Jones and the Animation Art of Looney Tunes
June 9 - August 8
Virginia Landscapes: Watercolors by Pierre Daura
June 9 - August 29
The Vase Project: Made in China – Landscape in Blue
Qing Hua (blue and white vases) from Jingdezhen, China that explore contemporary industrial-landscape imagery in the context of the traditional idealized landscape. The exhibition, curated by Barbara Diduk of Dickinson College and coordinated by the Lafayette Art Galleries, also raises questions about the nature of replication, interpretation, and originality.
Join us at the Daura Gallery to make a movie with iMovie on an iPad supplied by Lynchburg College.
Workshop led by Kristin Reiber Harris, adjunct professor of art. Designed for children ages 7 to 14.
Come with an idea about the movie you want to make. Bring a friend or join a team. Feel free to bring a few props/toys for your movie.
Pre-registration is required by Dec. 6. Class size Limited to 10 children. Call 434.544.8349 or email email@example.com.
Join us at the Daura Gallery on Sunday, November 17, to make your own deck of playing cards. You can make trading cards as well. We will be looking at examples of playing cards from throughout history for inspiration.
We will supply playing card blanks and the supplies you will need to draw your own cards. You will be able to take home blank cards if you don’t finish all 52 during the workshop!
Led by Kristin Reiber Harris, adjunct professor in the Art Department. Workshop is led by Kristin Reiber Harris, adjunct professor in the Art Department.
Join us at the Daura Gallery on Sunday, September 15 to make stick puppets and a stick puppet theatre!
We will be drawing pictures of our favorite American heroes inspired by William Gropper's American Folk Heroes series on exhibit. Then we'll turn the drawings into puppets.
Workshop led by Kristin Reiber Harris, former adjunct professor in the Art Department.
For children ages 6 to 14. Pre-registration is required - class size limited to 12 children.
Join us at the Daura Gallery and make shadow puppets and a shadow puppet theater.
A shadow puppet is a cut-out figure held between a source of light and a translucent screen. The puppets can form solid silhouettes or be decorated with various amount of cut-out details. This tradition has a long history, especially in Asia.
Workshop led by Kristin Reiber Harris, adjunct professor of art. For children ages 6 to 14.
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 23, 4-5 p.m.
2013 Student Art Thesis Exhibition & Annual Student Art Show An exhibition of thesis projects by senior graphic design and studio art majors, as well as juried selections of works by students in art courses during the 2012-13 academic year.
Opening reception: Monday, April 15, 4-5 p.m.
An exhibition on the social history of baseball in America, curated by students enrolled in MST 302, Museums in the Public Dimension, and borrowing from the baseball memorabilia collection of LC faculty and staff.