Always something to celebrate at the Ulrich
MFA artists reception Wednesday at the Ulrich
This spring the Ulrich presents, in conjunction with the School of Art, Design and Creative Industries, the work of Jared Gabriel (Ceramics), Landon Schmidt (Printmaking), and Kristen Tripp (Sculpture). The MFA exhibition represents the culmination of the students’ hard work at WSU, and the Ulrich is proud to offer the experience of exhibiting in a modern and contemporary art museum. Artists will provide a short gallery talk with a welcome from Dr. Royce Smith, Director of the School and Ted Adler, Graduate Coordinator.
Wednesday, April 27
3:30 P.M. Meet-The-Artists and Reception
The 2016 MFA Candidates
Closing reception for Transition and Turmoil
Building on the Ulrich’s educational mission, Transition and Turmoil is guest-curated by Dr. Rachel Epp Buller, Associate Professor of Visual Art and Design at Bethel College, in conjunction with her spring 2016 class, Art and Design History, 1900-1945. Over the course of the semester, students developed observational and art-writing skills by working with the art on display to create their own gallery guide.
Saturday, April 30
7 P.M. Closing Reception: Transition and Turmoil
Mikrokosmos release party rescheduled for May 3
As a result of severe weather, the release party for Mikrokosmos, originally set for April 26, has been rescheduled for May 3.
Join the Ulrich and the WSU Department of English in celebrating the release of the 62nd issue of Mikrokosmos, the literary journal of WSU’s outstanding MFA program. Over the past 50 years, Mikrokosmos has featured prominent authors like William Burroughs, Charles Plymell, William Stafford and Jeanine Hathaway. Readings from a selection of authors and book signings begin at 6 p.m. and Mikrokosmos will be available for purchase.
Tuesday, May 3
5:30 P.M. Mikrokosmos Release Party