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A Collective Memory (fiber scroll study), screen-printed silk, thread, wood, 2016
Rachelle Hill, an MFA student in the NIU School of Art and Design, received a Mid America Print Council travel grant to support her residency this summer at the Vermont Studio Center. Recipients of this biennial award will present their research at the 2016 MAPC Conference at Indiana University Southeast and the University of Louisville,...
Michael Barnes
Michael Barnes, professor of printmaking in the NIU School of Art and Design, is off to Serbia, where his work is being featured in the Second International Printmaking Triennial. Held in Belgrade, the exhibition of Barnes’ work is being presented at the Centre for Graphic Arts and Visual Researches AKADEMIJA, Faculty of Fine Arts, University...
The Last Judgment (1979) by Warrington Colescott
The NIU Art Museum will present “Vice + Virtue,” an exhibition that explores the dynamics of the “deadly sins” and “heavenly virtues” with juxtaposed interpretations from a vast array of visual artists. Curated by NIU Art Museum Assistant Director Peter Olson, “Vice + Virtue” will occupy all four galleries of the NIU Art Museum from...
Woodcut of a hand
The NIU Art Museum will host a woodcut workshop for teens and adults from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in the fourth floor printmaking studio of the Visual Arts Building. Led by Amelia Spinney, an NIU graduate student and Community School of the Arts instructor, this workshop is being held in conjunction...
David Driesbach
David Driesbach, who retired from the NIU School of Art in 1991, has won the 2012 Printmaker Emeritus Award from the Southern Graphics Council International. Born in Wausau, Wis., in 1922, Driesbach spent his time during World War II as a Marine in the Pacific Theatre. Upon returning state side, he studied painting and printmaking...
Michael Barnes
Printmakers in the NIU School of Art are celebrating a new U.S. News & World Report ranking that places their program in the nation’s top 20. NIU, tied with Syracuse University at No. 19, is one of only two schools on that prestigious honor roll that is neither a private art school nor a flagship...