Category: Art and Design

Sutton Allen Spends Summer in NY at Important Residencies

Sutton Allen Spends Summer in NY at Important Residencies

Earlier this year Sutton Allen was published for his experimental body of artwork in the peer-reviewed NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (UReCA). Allen works primarily in oil and his past series, exhibited in the Annual Juried Student Exhibition, explored iconography and images of antiquity. Before finishing up the spring semester, Allen had two […]

Anne Morgan's Art Inspired by Nature

Anne Morgan’s Art Inspired by Nature

Have you stopped in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Suite in Peck Hall recently? Navigate your way to room 3409 and you will find Anne Morgan’s recent body of artwork hanging alongside the fossilized specimens that normally populate the walls there.

An undergraduate art & design major, Morgan’s series, Entdecken, closed out her […]

Graduate Student Alex Bailey Awarded $25,000 Commission

Graduate Student Alex Bailey Awarded $25,000 Commission

“It is important to me that people are able to engage with the work firsthand and experience it as a community.”–Alex Bailey
Photo Credit: LaVerne Jones
Alex Bailey, a graduate student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, will complete her Master of Fine Arts in ceramics this May. Before completion of her degree, she was offered a two-month residency […]

Undergraduate Sutton Allen's Artwork Published in Peer-reviewed Journal

Undergraduate Sutton Allen’s Artwork Published in Peer-reviewed Journal

“These works explore painterly approaches to image generation and appropriation and reference contemporary and historical events. They stand to bridge the divide between the present and history and between history and memory.”—Sutton Allen
Sutton Allen. Catiline. Oil & mixed-media on canvas.
Sutton Allen, a junior art and design major, was recently published in the peer-reviewed Journal of […]

Dr. Patricia “Gussie” Klorer Makes a Generous Gift of $25,000

Dr. Patricia “Gussie” Klorer Makes a Generous Gift of $25,000

“My mission is to make the program accessible to those that would not otherwise have the opportunity.”–Dr. Patricia “Gussie” Klorer
P. Gussie Klorer, PhD, HLM, ATR-BC, LCSW, LCPC
A generous gift was made by Dr. Patricia “Gussie” Klorer who retired last year from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Art Therapy Department. Klorer was the first director of the […]

Where Art & Science Meet: The AISLE Project

Where Art & Science Meet: The AISLE Project

Brigham Dimick. Arboreal Anatomy. Charcoal & Conte. 52” x 42″. 2004.
Outside of teaching courses in biology, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville professor Dr. David Jennings has spent a considerable amount of time developing and launching the AISLE Project. An acronym for “Active Integrative Synergistic Learning Environments,” the project began as a way to promote an exchange […]

Allena Brazier Named Fall 2018 Katherine Dunham Fellow

Allena Brazier Named Fall 2018 Katherine Dunham Fellow

“Dreams are not just dreams–they are something you are destined to do.”–Allena Brazier
Allena Brazier
SIUE Senior & Art Major
Allena Brazier never imagined an internet search for employment in the arts would lead her to applying for and being named the recipient of an arts fellowship, but months later, she is still beaming with joy from the […]

A culture lives on: SIUE student's project explores Indonesian culture with puppet exhibit

A culture lives on: SIUE student’s project explores Indonesian culture with puppet exhibit

Mariah Huelsmann selected a collection of Javanese puppets because their curvature, symbolic crowns and detailed sculpt do more than captivate audiences.
SIUE senior Mariah Huelsmann is creating a museum exhibit display of Javanese puppets in Peck Hall. Huelsmann is the 2016 commencement speaker for the College of Arts and Sciences. (Photo courtesy of the Anthropology Department)
“They […]

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences student senators believe changes in the student government structure will give better representation to CAS students next fall.
Cody Osborne
Landon Montgomery
Haley Schlecht
Students were elected by direct vote from students enrolled in each college on candidates who were also enrolled in their respective colleges. This year’s CAS representatives are sophomore Cody […]

Art Therapy exhibit provides window into the impact of mental health

Art Therapy exhibit provides window into the impact of mental health

Different perspectives in how mental health has touched lives was the theme of this year’s Art Therapy Exhibition at the Art and Design Building West. And the graduate students of the program showcased a variety of artistic pieces, ranging from traditional paintings to innovative collages made of sentimental objects.
The theme of this year’s Art Therapy […]

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