Fine Arts Faculty Exhibit Works of Art, April 5-22

March 28, 2016 at 4:21 pm

The University of South Carolina Upstate Visual Arts Faculty present their work in an exhibition titled, “Faculty Works.”

Eleven professors will exhibit works ranging from encaustics, acrylic paintings and mixed media to graphic design and photography, April 5-22 in the Curtis R. Harley Gallery, located in the Humanities and Performing Arts Center on the USC Upstate campus. An artists’ reception will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 5 in the gallery.

Faculty participating in the show are: Robin Allwright, Kathleen Burke, Matthew Donaldson, Mark Flowers, Mary Lou Hightower, Bridget Kirkland, Michael Marks, A.K. McMillan, Nancy O’Dell-Keim, Jane Nodine and Manuel Schmettau.

The USC Upstate Visual Arts program is dedicated to quality and integrity in educating students. Important to any program is the ability to evolve with the ever-changing landscape of technology, theory and cultural attitudes. It is the goal of the Visual Arts program to attract and maintain a faculty of recognized professionals active in their fields of specialization, support program development appropriate to the discipline, develop and maintain instructional facilities and equipment current to the curriculum. The program also attracts students that seek higher education to prepare for professional career options, develop a commitment to lifelong-learning and prepare to participate in a global world, and serve as a facilitator to bridge education with the community at large.

USC Upstate Visual Arts includes Bachelor of Arts programs in Art Studio with an emphasis in graphicArt Education and a minor in Art History.

More information about the Fine Arts and degree program offered, contact Jane Nodine at (864) 503-5838.