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Monday 05.31.10

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art school: talking, showing

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Bonnie Fortune

Bonnie Fortune will lecture this week for Clark College's Artist Talk series. She's "an artist, writer, and educator based in Chicago...whose project-based work explores issues surrounding the environment, health, technology, and aging."

Artist lecture • 7pm • June 2
Clark College • 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA • PUB 161


Upcoming PSU MFA exhibitions:
Michelle Liccardo's Too Much Mustard is the final show in the ongoing series of MFA in Contemporary Art Practice Exhibitions, June 1-12, 2010 at the MK Gallery;
Disjecta is exhibiting Grown Ups: PSU MFA Graduating Exhibition June 5-July 3, 2010 with a reception June 5.

Posted by Megan Driscoll on May 31, 2010 at 9:43 | Comments (1)


Comments

Just to clarify, there are three more MFA exhibitions set to follow Liccardo's. Still to come are Hannah Jickling June 4th-14th in the Autzen, Constance Hockaday June 4th-14th in the New Video Gallery and Anna Gray & Ryan Wilson Paulsen June 16th-30th in the New Video Gallery.

Posted by: ryan wpaulsen [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 1, 2010 11:53 AM

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