August 24 - September 26
- Reception: August 27, 6-8 p.m., gallery lounge;
- Live music by Circle of Friends
Explore fine works of sculpture, drawing, photography, painting, and more at the annual Parkland Art and Design Faculty Exhibition. The exhibit runs Monday August 24 through Saturday, September 26 at the Parkland Art Gallery.
An artists' reception, hosted by the Parkland College Foundation, will be held on Thursday, August 27 in the gallery lounge. Paul Young, associate professor in Graphic Design, will speak about his work in the exhibit at 7 p.m. Live music by Circle of Friends will also be a part of the evening's festivities, and refreshments will be served.
This year's exhibition, featuring works by approximately 20 Parkland College Fine and Applied Arts faculty in Art and Design, offers something for everyone, in such diverse media as painting, photography, drawing, metals, sculpture, digital, ceramics, design, and mixed media. Students and community members will enjoy the work, which mirrors the broad spectrum of art courses available at Parkland College.
Among the faculty participating in this year's show are Louis Ballard, Chris Berti, Marsha Daniels, Jennifer Davis, Larry Ecker , John Havlik, Bryan Heaton, Steven Hudson, Heidi Kellner, Robert Laible, Miriam Martincic, Melinda McIntosh, Craig McMonigal, Laura O'Donnell, Denise Seif, Peggy Shaw, Phil Smith, Joan Stolz, Matthew Watt, Kelly White, and Paul Young.
High Noon with the Artist on Thursdays
A series of art lectures has been planned to coincide with the exhibit, allowing faculty to discuss their work in greater detail. The lectures begin at 12 noon in the gallery; each should last about 30 to 45 minutes. The High Noon lecturers will be Bryan Heaton on Thursday, September 3 and Laura O'Donnell on Thursday, September 10.