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gallery opening

Juried Show: Opening Reception and Awards Presentation
Thursday, February 4, 2016, 4:15 pm 
Peeler Art Center, Visual Arts Gallery

The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition features works created by current DePauw students enrolled in studio art courses.  This year's exhibition will be juried by Dr. William V. Ganis, Chairperson, Department of Art and Design at Indiana State University.

Tai Rogers
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Gallery Talks and Opening Reception for Faculty Exhibition
Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 4:15pm
Peeler Art Center, Visual Arts Gallery

A tri-annual exhibition featuring recent work by members of the DePauw University studio art faculty. Participating faculty include: Emelie Johansson ’12 (photography), Lori Miles (sculpture), Brian Priest (sculpture), Tai Rogers (ceramics), and Dan Solberg ’06 (new media).


Percussion@Peeler: StereoType 
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 6:30 – 7:30pm
Peeler Art Center, University Gallery (lower level)

The DePauw Percussion Ensemble presents its annual program of contemporary solo and chamber works for percussion, composed and improvised, in a non-traditional concert setting. Directed by Dr. Bonnie Whiting Smith, the one-hour performance fuses contemporary art and music in the galleries at Peeler. Refreshments will be served following the event. 

art lecture

StereoType lecture with curator Ginger Duggan
Date/time: TBD
Peeler Art Center, Auditorium 

Historically, typography has been designed with two axes in mind, x and y. Today, in contrast, designers are broadening their perceptions about type to accommodate the added dimensions of a digital experiential world. Recent innovations in type design take principles of animation, interactivity, and kinetic movement and combine them with traditional components of typography, resulting in pioneering explorations in motion typography.
Join Ginger Duggan, co-curator of StereoType, for an evening lecture which explores the widening field of contemporary typography and the artists represented in the exhibition. 
This activity made possible, in part, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Additional funding provided by the Public Occasions Committee.
Long Live the full success of the Great Proletarian, 1967
Lithograph on paper

art lecture

The Red Sun in Our Hearts: Socialist Realism from the Chinese Cultural Revolution
Lunch discussion with Taylor Zartman '15
Date/time: TBD
Peeler Art Center, University Gallery (upper level) 

The intersection of art and politics breeds powerful results, notably in the realm of propaganda. This discussion will cover a brief history of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, focusing on the role visual images played in the revolution and a broader conversation about media literacy. Snacks provided.