Congratulations to Fran Texeira who is the winner of the 2013 Trails West! Poster competition. This regional contest is sponsored by the Allied Arts Council of St. Joseph and poster submissions are open to the public. Fran was awarded $500.00 and will have her promotional poster printed and distributed throughout the Midwest.
- Jeremy Todd – 1st Place – $100 and his card will be used for Dr. Vartabedian’s holiday mailing.
- Ruth Northrup – Honorable Mention – $25.00
- Michaela Haag – Honorable Mention – $25.00
Patrick Larsen and Paula Vaughn both had ceramic pieces selected to be exhibited in the HardWare: National Ceramics Exhibit. Their works will be on display May 24 – June 22, 2013 at the Hill Country Arts Foundation 120 Point Theatre Road, S., Ingram, TX.
Sweepstakes (overall number of awards)
3. The Griffon News, Mo. Western
HM. Katelyn Canon, Mo. Western
2. The Griffon News, Mo. Western
3. The Griffon News, Mo. Western
3. Feature Writing
HM. Eboni Lacey, Mo. Western
4. Sports Writing
2. Kyle Inman, Mo. Western
3. Thomas Huitt-Johnson, Mo. Western
HM. Thomas Huitt-Johnson, Mo. Western
5. In-Depth Reporting
1. Matt Hunt, Ellis Cross, Eboni Lacey, Albert Shelby and Brian Ramsey, Mo. Western
2. Dave Hon, Katelyn Canon, Matt Hunt and Ellis Cross, Mo. Western
6. Investigative Reporting
1. Eboni Lacey, Mo. Western
2. Caitlin Cress, Mo. Western
HM. Matt Hunt and Ellis Cross, Mo. Western
7. Regular Column
HM. Dave Hon, Mo. Western
9. Entertainment Review
HM. Caitlin Cress, Mo. Western
11. Feature Photography
1. Jason Brown, Mo. Western
12. Sports Photography
2. Jason Brown, Mo. Western
13. Political Cartoon
3. Chad Hammontree, Mo. Western
HM. Chad Hammontree and Andrew Setter, Mo. Western
16. Story Illustration
3. Chad Hammontree and Andrew Setter, Mo. Western
20. Sports Pages
3. Jason Brown, Tevin Harris, Evan Roberts, Kyle Inman, Christian Mengel, Albert Shelby and Andy Inman, Mo. Western
21. Photo Page
2. Dave Hon and Jason Brown, Mo. Western
24. Web Page
3. thegriffonnews.com, Mo. Western
26. Best Overall Newspaper
HM. The Griffon News, Mo. Western
The Master of Applied Arts in the Digital Media (ADM) program would like to invite you to our graduate candidate thesis and applied project presentations. This semester Brad Beckwith, Shanming Li and James Lower will be presenting their digital media applied research projects. They will each present a 20-minute overview on their projects followed by questions from their committee. The review will take place Tuesday, April 30 starting at 9:00 a.m. in Potter Hall room 200. Please come and join us.
For more information contact: Peter Hriso, Digital Media Coordinator, Associate Professor of Art, Missouri Western State University, 816-271-5602, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Geo Sipp -Reception April 25th 5-7pm
Join us at Weinberger Fine Art, Thursday April 25th to meet artist Geo Sipp. Light refreshments will be provided and artist will speak at 5:45pm.
Geo’s work is social and political commentary with no attempt to editorialize the content. A powerfully expressive body of work is revealed the moment you lay eyes on any of his detailed works.
This is the third annual pasta dinner sponsored by the Griffon Art Alliance and the MWSU Clay Guild. More than 200 handmade ceramic bowls have been produced by MWSU art students and instructors for this event. For only $10, those attending the all-you-can-eat pasta dinner can choose a handmade bowl to take home.
The Griffon Art Alliance and the MWSU Clay Guild Spaghetti Dinner
Come and enjoy Spaghetti, Meatballs, and Garlic Bread.
Where: Dinner is at the American Legion Post 359 4826 Frederick Ave.
When: 5:30-8:00 pm on April 19, 2013 5:30-8:00 pm
Cost: $10 – with handmade bowl, $5 – without a bowl
Choose from an assortment of beautiful handmade ceramic bowls.
The second of two exhibits for graduating seniors from the art department at Missouri Western State University features animation, graphic design and studio artwork by Amanda Bettis, Kat Furlong, Ellie Green, Dustin Johnson, Eboni Lacey, Trevor Lund, Gregory Norris, Deb Potter, Teresa Rodewald, Andrew Setter, Laura Sharp, Emily Stojevich-Swenson, Fran Texeira, Jane Travis, and Mark Wascher Jr. The exhibit’s curator is Kansas City art writer Blair Schulman.
The exhibit will run from April 17-25, 2013 in the Potter Gallery, located inside Potter Hall on the Missouri Western State University campus. The exhibit is free and open to the public, with gallery hours from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday.
An opening reception is scheduled for Wednesday, April 17th, from 4-7pm.
Contact: Rebecca Foley, Assistant Professor of Art, Missouri Western State University, 816-271-4549, email@example.com
Dr. Mohamed Ghazala, will be an upcoming visiting artist from April 14th – 18th at Missouri Western State University. Mohamed Ghazala is an artist of animated films, the founder and the director of the first chapter of the International Animated Film Association “ASIFA” in Africa and in the Arab world based in Egypt, and the member of the board of ASIFA. Dr. Ghazala is an Assistant Professor in the Animation Department at Minia University in Egypt. He has served on a number of international animation festival juries including Stuttgart (Germany), Castelli Animati (Italy), Animanima (Serbia), AnimaAfrik (Ghana), ReAnimania (Armenia), Animae Caribe (Trinidad & Tobago), AnimaBasauri (Spain), CICDAF (China) and Chilemonos (Chile).
For more information on Dr. Mohamed Ghazala see http://www.ghazala.4t.com/index2.html