Faculty artwork on display at Richmond Center
Nov. 24, 2010
KALAMAZOO--Western Michigan University will host its annual faculty art exhibition for three weeks, Dec. 2-23, in the Monroe-Brown Gallery at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts.
WMU's "Frostic School of Art Faculty Exhibition" will feature the latest works of more than 30 new and established faculty members who specialize in media ranging from painting, sculpture and ceramics, to metals, photography and new media. The exhibit helps students and regional communities witness the talent of those responsible for the education and support of the University's 450 art students. Several faculty members have created new pieces specifically for the Monroe-Brown Gallery, an expansive two-story space designed for contemporary installations.
This also will be the first occasion for the community to see art produced by Patricia Villalobos, the new director of WMU's Frostic School of Art.
For more information, contact the Frostic School of Art Exhibitions Office at (269) 387-2455.
Media contact: Don Desmett, (269) 387-2455, email@example.com