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We have sad news to report at the start of this week: about the passing of artist-teacher Tyler Jacobsen. However, a profound gesture by his family is creating an abiding legacy out of this tragedy:
Another reminder about next Tuesday's talk with artist Michael Dixon (via the link) but also, two days later, a second conversation on Thursday with artist-professor Karla Stinger-Stein entitled, "Lessons from a Wetland." Both begin at 6 p.m.; don't miss 'em:
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Fine Art Chair Kristi Hargrove debuts a solo show at nearby Vanderbilt University and its Space 204 Gallery.
Michael Dixon is an artist working primarily with oil paint. Dixon is currently a professor of art at Albion College and is represented by the David Richard Gallery in New York.
Join us for the July Art Crawl as we showcase juried work from the award-winning Watkins illustration program.
National Portfolio Day is an interactive educational event for artists held regularly at host colleges throughout the U.S. and Canada.