Tuesday, February 20th
|11:00 am|| Art Gallery|
The importance of RISK and WORK in art is essential. These short exhibitions highlight the work of Marist College Art and Digital Media full time studio faculty. The exhibitions along with the series of individual Artist talks will stress the importance of risk in their daily studio work. These informal talks will feature examples, histories and anecdotes that inspire, guide and train students in this crucial part of the creative dialogue.
Each of these informal talks will be given by one of Marist College full-time Visual Art Faculty, held at 11:00am, and light refreshments will be served.
Artist talk schedule:
Prof. Ed Smith- Tuesday, Jan. 30,
Prof. Donise English - Tuesday, Feb. 6
Prof. Dan McCormack- Tuesday, Feb. 20
Prof. James Luciana -Tuesday, Feb. 27th
Prof. Richard Lewis -Thursday, Mar. 8th
Prof. Matthew Frieburghaus - Tuesday, Mar. 20
Exhibition schedule is January 25 - March 22 as listed below:
Donise English - Ed Smith - Jan. 25 - Feb. 8th
James Luciana - Dan McCormack - Feb. 15 - Mar. 1
Matthew Frieburghaus - Richard Lewis - Mar. 7th- Mar. 22
|6:30 pm|| Henry Hudson Room (Fn301)|
Retired U.S. Army Col. Christopher Holshek, a senior military advisor at Narrative Strategies, the Alliance for Peace Building, and the U.N. Association of the USA will be on campus to speak about "The United Nations: America's Greatest National Strategic Bargain," on Tuesday, February 20, 6:30pm, in the Henry Hudson Room, Fontaine Hall.
Holshek, author of "Travels with Harley: Journeys in Search of Personal and National Identity (2016), served in U.S. field missions in both civil and military capacities and contributes to U.N. civil military policies.
This event is sponsored by the World Affairs Council of the Mid-Hudson Valley, the United Nations Association of the Mid-Hudson Valley, and the Marist College First Year Seminar Program.
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