Department News

JSU/JHS Art Partnership

10 Feb , 2017  

The JSU Department of Art is thrilled to announce its outreach program with Jacksonville High School. The pilot program, dubbed JSU/JHS Art Partnership, was designed to bring art education into public schools as well as to help MFA candidates at JSU develop teaching skills. While the program recognizes that there are hundreds of forms of […]

Department News,Gallery Shows

Methane Studios: The screen printed work of Mark McDevitt & Robert Lee

1 Feb , 2017  

Methane Studios: The screen printed work of Mark McDevitt & Robert Lee will be on display in Hammond Hall Gallery from February 9th through February 28th. There will be an opening reception on February 9th from 5:00 to 7:00PM. http://methanestudios.com/  

Events

Type Fight

29 Jan , 2017  

JANUARY 30TH, 2017 AT @JAVAJOLTCH EVENT STARTS AT 6:30PM THE FIGHT IS FROM 7–8PM Type Fight is a monthly event hosted by AIGA JSU. Three fighters armed only with their, ingenuity, and aesthetic senses (and maybe some art supplies) will battle to determine who is the Leading Letterer. Each Sultan of Serifs will create a […]

Department News

Solomon’s House exhibition at the University of La Verne

28 Jan , 2017  

Sarah Cusimano Miles will have a solo exhibition of her work Solomon’s House as part the celebration of the 125th anniversary of the University of La Verne, located outside of Los Angeles, California. The overarching theme for the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography for the 2016-2017 exhibition year is “Tensions and Traditions,” in order to acknowledge and […]

Department News,Events

Visiting Artist Workshop & Lecture

25 Jan , 2017  

JSU Ceramics is pleased to host Georgia State University professors Christina West and Darien Johnson as Visiting Artists on Monday, January 30th, 6pm-9pm and Tuesday, January 31st, 8am-11am. Free and open to the public. Potluck at the studio for Monday night’s demo/lecture.

Department News,Events

Albumen Workshop and Lecture with Stephen Chalmers

24 Jan , 2017  

  Date: Friday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 4th Time: Friday, 1-5 PM; Saturday, 10 AM Limit: 15 for workshop; Lecture is open to the public Location: Photography classroom/darkroom, Carlisle Fine Art Building (Workshop); Roundhouse Auditorium (Lecture)   The invention of the albumen print is credited to Louis Désiré Blanquart‐Evrard in 1850 and was the […]

Alumni

JSU Alum Joins AIGA Nashville Board of Directors

20 Jan , 2017  

JSU Alum Emily Muir didn’t know anyone when she moved to Nashville so she joined the local AIGA chapter in order to meet new people in her field. Now she’s on the board of directors and is working towards promoting AIGA by visiting schools and businesses to talk about the benefits of the AIGA community. I joined AIGA […]

Undergraduate Work

Find Cocky Wayfinding App featured in AIGA Flux Competition

12 Jan , 2017   Gallery

Congratulations to Trevor Grimes. His app concept ‘Find Cocky’ is featured in the AIGA 2016 Flux Student Design Competition. A nationwide competition that recognizes outstanding design work produced by students. 119 projects were selected by a jury of creative professionals out of 628 entered into the 2016 Flux Student Design Competition. Find Cocky is a […]

Department News,Gallery Shows

Object: Permanence

11 Jan , 2017   Gallery

Object: Permanence The JSU Art Department is pleased to announce the opening of Object: Permanence, an exhibit featuring the work of fourteen ceramic sculpture artists. This exhibit explores the wide breadth of ceramics as a sculptural form. This exhibit will be on display through January 27th with an opening reception on Thursday, January 12th in Hammond Gallery […]

Student News

Type Fight Winners, Fall 2016

10 Jan , 2017  

This fall AIGA JSU partnered with Java Jolt to host a series of Type Fights. During each event three artists were chosen to battle (design) a given letter within an hour and the top typographer aka leading letterer (winner) was chosen by the audience. From top left to right: Round One: Christian Dunn (Winner), Jamie Runnells, Chad […]