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April 23, 2012 - May 31, 2040

Academic Calendar

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Monday, November 03, 2014

Start Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
Start Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, November 06, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, November 07, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, November 08, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Sunday, November 09, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, November 10, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
End Day Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
Start Day Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, November 13, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, November 14, 2014

All Day Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
All Day Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, November 15, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students
End Day Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes... (Multi-Day Event)
Receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Sunday, November 16, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, November 17, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 20, 2014

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 21, 2014

All Day Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment)
Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No full term class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
End Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

All Day Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Start Day Thanksgiving holiday (Multi-Day Event)
Thanksgiving holiday

Friday, November 28, 2014

End Day Thanksgiving holiday (Multi-Day Event)
Thanksgiving holiday

Friday, December 05, 2014

All Day Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School...
Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School for students graduating in December 

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

All Day Last day for petitions to the Academic Standards Committee for the December 12 meeting
Last day for petitions to the Academic Standards Committee for the December 12 meeting

Thursday, December 11, 2014

All Day Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
All Day Last day of classes
Last day of classes
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all classes not yet completed
Last day to officially withdraw from all classes not yet completed (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)

Friday, December 12, 2014

All Day Dead Day
Dead Day
All Day Meeting of the Academic Standards Committee
Meeting of the Academic Standards Committee

Monday, December 15, 2014

Start Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Thursday, December 18, 2014

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Friday, December 19, 2014

End Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Saturday, December 20, 2014

All Day Commencement
Commencement

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (January Intersession)
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (January Intersession)

Friday, January 02, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdraw...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a January Intersession class

Saturday, January 03, 2015

All Day January Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
January Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (January Intersession)
Last day to change from audit to credit (January Intersession)
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a January Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a January Intersession class

Sunday, January 04, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (January Intersession)
Last day to change from credit to audit (January Intersession)
All Day Last day to drop a January Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop a January Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Monday, January 05, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession
All Day Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation...
Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation and for all other students admitted

Thursday, January 08, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Friday, January 09, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a January Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop a January Intersession class with a "W"
12:00 AM Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Waiver

Saturday, January 10, 2015

All Day Last day of January Intersession classes
Last day of January Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all January Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all January Intersession classes

Sunday, January 11, 2015

All Day January Intersession Final Exams
January Intersession Final Exams
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal for 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal for 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from Spring 2015 regular session classes
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from all Spring 2015 4-week session classes

Monday, January 12, 2015

All Day Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (4-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (4-week session)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping...
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 4-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 4-week class
Last day to register for or add a 4-week class

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit
Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 8-week session)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (4-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (4-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 4-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 4-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 4-week class dropped after this date but on or before January 29 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 4-week class or classes may be dropped after January 29 unless the student officially withdraws from all 4-week classes
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class...
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class

Friday, January 16, 2015

All Day Last day to apply for residency reclassification
Last day to apply for residency reclassification
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit
Last day to change from audit to credit
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 1st 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before February 13 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after February 13 unless the student officially withdraws from all 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class...
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a full semester class
Last day to register for or add a full semester class

Monday, January 19, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, January 22, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, January 24, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, January 26, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit
Last day to change from credit to audit
All Day Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A full semester class dropped after this date but on or before April 17 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No full semester class or classes may be dropped after April 17 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 4-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, January 29, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a 4-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 4-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 4-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 4-week classes

Saturday, January 31, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, February 02, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, February 06, 2015

All Day Last day of 4-week classes
Last day of 4-week classes
All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, February 12, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, February 20, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes

Monday, February 23, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

All Day Early Progress Grades E-Mailed for 1000 and 2000 Level Classes
Early Progress Grades E-Mailed for 1000 and 2000 Level Classes

Sunday, March 01, 2015

All Day Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Spring
Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Spring

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

All Day Last day of 1st 8-week classes
Last day of 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from all 2nd 8-week session classes

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

All Day 2nd 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
2nd 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Friday, March 06, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class...
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class
12:00 AM Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)

Sunday, March 08, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 2nd 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before April 14 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after April 14 unless the student officially withdraws from all 2nd 8-week classes

Friday, March 13, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, March 23, 2015

12:00 AM Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Thursday, March 26, 2015

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, March 27, 2015

End Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, April 06, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
12:00 AM Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 09, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 10, 2015

All Day Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, April 11, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, April 12, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, April 13, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 16, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 17, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No full term class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, April 18, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, April 19, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, April 20, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 23, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 24, 2015

All Day Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School...
Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School for students graduating in May
End Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 30, 2015

All Day Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
All Day Last day of Spring 2015 regular session classes
Last day of Spring 2015 regular session classes
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)

Friday, May 01, 2015

All Day Dead Day
Dead Day

Monday, May 04, 2015

12:00 AM Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Thursday, May 07, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Friday, May 08, 2015

End Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (May Intersession)
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (May Intersession)

Saturday, May 09, 2015

All Day Commencement
Commencement

Sunday, May 10, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class (May Intersession)

Monday, May 11, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (May Intersession)
Last day to change from audit to credit (May Intersession)
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a May Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a May Intersession class
All Day May Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
May Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (May Intersession)
Last day to change from credit to audit (May Intersession)
All Day Last day to drop a May Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop a May Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Thursday, May 14, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Friday, May 15, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Saturday, May 16, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Sunday, May 17, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Monday, May 18, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a May Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop a May Intersession class with a "W"

Thursday, May 21, 2015

All Day Last day of May Intersession classes
Last day of May Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from May Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from May Intersession classes

Friday, May 22, 2015

All Day May Intersession Final Exams
May Intersession Final Exams
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Monday, May 25, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from 8-week session classes
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from 8-week session classes
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from first 5-week session
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from first 5-week session
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from Summer 10-week session
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from Summer 10-week session classes

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

All Day 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day First 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
First 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Summer 10-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
Summer 10-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (first 5-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (first 5-week session)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 5-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 5-week class

Thursday, May 28, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (8-week session)
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (Summer 10-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (Summer 10-week session)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit(first 5-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (first 5-week session)
All Day Last day to drop 1st 5-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop 1st 5-week class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to register for or add a 10-week class
Last day to register for or add a 10-week class
All Day Last day to register for or add a 8-week Session class
Last day to register for or add a 8-week Session class

Saturday, May 30, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, May 31, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session

Monday, June 01, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 8-week Session class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 8-week Session class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

All Day Last day to change class from credit to audit (Summer 10-week session)
Last day to change class from credit to audit (Summer 10-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 10-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 10-week class without a "W"

Thursday, June 04, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, June 07, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Saturday, June 13, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Sunday, June 14, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Monday, June 15, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

All Day Last day to drop an individual 1st 5-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 1st 5-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 5-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 1st 5-week classes

Saturday, June 20, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, June 21, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Thursday, June 25, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Friday, June 26, 2015

All Day Last day of 1st 5-week classes
Last day of 1st 5-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 5-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 5-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment). Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS

Sunday, June 28, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from second 5-week...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from second 5-week session classes
All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Monday, June 29, 2015

All Day Second 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
Second 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (second 5-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (second 5-week session)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 5-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 5-week class

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (second 5-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit  (second 5-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 5-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 5-week class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Friday, July 03, 2015

All Day Independence Day Holiday
Independence Day Holiday

Saturday, July 04, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Sunday, July 05, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for Second 5-Week Session

Monday, July 06, 2015

All Day Last day to drop an individual 8-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 8-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 8-week classes

Wednesday, July 08, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for Second 5-Week Session

Friday, July 10, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a 10-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 10-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 10-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 10-week classes

Saturday, July 11, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for Second 5-Week Session

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for Second 5-Week Session

Thursday, July 16, 2015

All Day Last day of 8-week classes
Last day of 8-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment). Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS

Saturday, July 18, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for Officially Withdrawing or dropping a class for Second 5-Week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

All Day Last day to drop an individual 2nd 5-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 2nd 5-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 5-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 2nd 5-week classes

Friday, July 31, 2015

All Day Last day of 10-week classes
Last day of 10-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates)
All Day Last day of 2nd 5-week classes
Last day of 2nd 5-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 10-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 10-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment).  Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 5-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 5-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment). Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (August Intersession)
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (August Intersession)

Sunday, August 02, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class (August Intersession)

Monday, August 03, 2015

All Day August Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
August Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (August Intersession)
Last day to change from audit to credit (August Intersession)
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a August Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a August Intersession class

Tuesday, August 04, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (August Intersession)
Last day to change from credit to audit (August Intersession)
All Day Last day to drop a August Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop a August Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Thursday, August 06, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Friday, August 07, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Saturday, August 08, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Sunday, August 09, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Monday, August 10, 2015

All Day Last day to drop an August Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop an August Intersession class with a "W"

Thursday, August 13, 2015

All Day Last day of August Intersession classes
Last day of August Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all August Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all August Intersession classes

Friday, August 14, 2015

All Day August Intersession Final Exams
August Intersession Final Exams

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

All Day Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation...
Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation and for all other students admitted
All Day Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation...
Open Registration and Drop/Add for new students who did not participate in Orientation and for all other students admitted

Friday, August 21, 2015

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Sunday, August 23, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from regular session...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from regular session classes

Monday, August 24, 2015

All Day 1st 8-week classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
 1st 8-week classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 8-week session)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class

Friday, August 28, 2015

All Day Last day to apply for residency reclassification
Last day to apply for residency reclassification
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (regular session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (regular session)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 1st 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before September 25 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after September 25 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes
All Day Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register or add a full semester class
Last day to register or add a full semester class

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, September 03, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, September 04, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (regular session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (regular session)
All Day Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A full semester class dropped after this date but on or before November 20 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No full semester class or classes may be dropped after November 20 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes

Monday, September 07, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, September 12, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, September 14, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, September 26, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, October 01, 2015

All Day Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Fall
Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Fall

Friday, October 02, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

All Day Early Progress Grades E-Mailed for 1000 and 2000 Level Classes
Early Progress Grades E-Mailed for 1000 and 2000 Level Classes
All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

All Day Last day of 1st 8-week classes
Last day of 1st 8-week classes

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

All Day 2nd 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
2nd 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Friday, October 16, 2015

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week session)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class

Sunday, October 18, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, October 19, 2015

Start Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
Start Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

End Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
End Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Thursday, October 22, 2015

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 2nd 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before November 19 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after November 19 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes

Sunday, October 25, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, October 29, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, October 31, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, November 02, 2015

Start Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 05, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 06, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, November 07, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, November 08, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, November 09, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 12, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 13, 2015

All Day Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, November 14, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, November 15, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, November 16, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 19, 2015

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 20, 2015

All Day Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No full term class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all regular session classes
End Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

All Day Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Friday, November 27, 2015

All Day Thanksgiving holiday
Thanksgiving holiday

Friday, December 04, 2015

All Day Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School...
Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School for students graduating in December

Thursday, December 10, 2015

All Day Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
All Day Last day of classes
Last day of classes
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all 8 -week classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)

Friday, December 11, 2015

All Day Dead Day
Dead Day

Monday, December 14, 2015

Start Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Thursday, December 17, 2015

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Friday, December 18, 2015

End Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Saturday, December 19, 2015

All Day Commencement
Commencement

Sunday, January 03, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or drop...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class for January Intersession

Monday, January 04, 2016

All Day January Intersession Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
January Intersession Classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit for January Intersession
Last day to change from audit to credit for January Intersession
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a January Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a January Intersession class

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit for January Intersession
Last day to change from credit to audit for January Intersession
All Day Last day to drop a January Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop a January Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Thursday, January 07, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Friday, January 08, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Saturday, January 09, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession

Sunday, January 10, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for January Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Monday, January 11, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a January Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop a January Intersession class with a "W"

Thursday, January 14, 2016

All Day Last day of January Intersession classes
Last day of January Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all January Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all January Intersession classes

Friday, January 15, 2016

All Day January Intersession Final Exams
January Intersession Final Exams
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Waiver for Spring 2016

Monday, January 18, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdra...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from Spring classes
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal for 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal for 1st 8-week classes

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

All Day Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. for Spring 2016
Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. for Spring 2016

Thursday, January 21, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit for 1st 8-week classes
Last day to change from audit to credit for 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class

Saturday, January 23, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, January 25, 2016

All Day Last day of fee payment deadline
Last day of fee payment deadline
All Day Last day to apply for residency reclassification
Last day to apply for residency reclassification
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (full term classes)
Last day to change from audit to credit (full term classes)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit for 1st 8-week classes
Last day to change from credit to audit for 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 1st 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before February 26 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after February 26 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed
All Day Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a full semester class
Last day to register for or add a full semester class

Thursday, January 28, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, January 29, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, February 01, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (full term classes)
Last day to change from credit to audit (full term classes)
All Day Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A full semester class dropped after this date but on or before April 15 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No full semester class or classes may be dropped after April 15 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Sunday, February 07, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, February 12, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Sunday, February 21, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, February 26, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

All Day Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Spring
Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Spring

Thursday, March 03, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

All Day Last day of 1st 8-week classes
Last day of 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week classes)
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week classes)

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day 2nd 8-week classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
2nd 8-week classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Friday, March 11, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week classes)
Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week classes)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class

Sunday, March 13, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, March 14, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week classes)
Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week classes)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class).  A 2nd 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before April 15 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after April 15 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Friday, March 18, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, March 21, 2016

Start Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Thursday, March 24, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, March 25, 2016

End Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, April 01, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Sunday, April 03, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, April 04, 2016

Start Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 07, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 08, 2016

All Day Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, April 09, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, April 10, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, April 11, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 15, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed
All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdra...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, April 16, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, April 17, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, April 18, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, April 21, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 22, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No full term class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed
End Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, April 29, 2016

All Day Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School
Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School for students graduating in May 

Thursday, May 05, 2016

All Day Last day of Spring 2016 classes
Last day of Spring 2016 classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)

Friday, May 06, 2016

All Day Dead Day
Dead Day

Monday, May 09, 2016

Start Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Thursday, May 12, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Friday, May 13, 2016

End Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver for May Intersession
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver for May Intersession

Saturday, May 14, 2016

All Day Commencement
Commencement

Sunday, May 15, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or drop...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class for May Intersession

Monday, May 16, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit
Last day to change from audit to credit
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a May Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a May Intersession class
All Day May Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
May Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit
Last day to change from credit to audit
All Day Last day to drop a May Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop a May Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Thursday, May 19, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Friday, May 20, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop..
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Saturday, May 21, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession

Sunday, May 22, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for May Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Monday, May 23, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a May Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop a May Intersession class with a "W"

Thursday, May 26, 2016

All Day Last day of May Intersession classes
Last day of May Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all May Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all May Intersession classes

Friday, May 27, 2016

All Day Final Exams (May Intersession)
Final Exams (May Intersession)
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Monday, May 30, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (10-week session, 1st 5-week session, 8-week session)

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

All Day 10-week session, 1st 5-week session, 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
10-week session, 1st 5-week session, 8-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.



Wednesday, June 01, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 5-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 5-week session)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 5-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 5-week class

Thursday, June 02, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (10-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (10-week session)
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (8-week session)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 5-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 5-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 1st 5-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 5-week class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to register for or add a 10-week class
Last day to register for or add a 10-week class
All Day Last day to register for or add a 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 8-week class

Saturday, June 04, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, June 05, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session

Monday, June 06, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (8-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (8-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 8-week class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (10-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (10-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 10-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 10-week class without a "W"

Thursday, June 09, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, June 12, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session
All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Saturday, June 18, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 1st 5-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Sunday, June 19, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Monday, June 20, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

All Day Last day to drop an individual 1st 5-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 1st 5-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 5-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all all classes that have not yet been completed

Saturday, June 25, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session

Sunday, June 26, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Thursday, June 30, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 8-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Friday, July 01, 2016

All Day Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Summer
Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Summer 
All Day Last day of 1st 5-week classes
Last day of 1st 5-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates) 
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 5-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 5-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment).  Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS

Sunday, July 03, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session

Monday, July 04, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from all 2nd 5-week classes
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal from all 2nd 5-week classes

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

All Day 2nd 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
2nd 5-week session classes begin at 7:30 a.m.



Wednesday, July 06, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 5-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 5-week session)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 5-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 5-week class

Thursday, July 07, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 5-week session)
Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 5-week session)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 5-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 5-week class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Friday, July 08, 2016

All Day Last day to drop an individual 8-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 8-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Saturday, July 09, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 10-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Sunday, July 10, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Thursday, July 14, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Friday, July 15, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a 10-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 10-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 10-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Sunday, July 17, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session

Thursday, July 21, 2016

All Day Last day of 8-week classes
Last day of 8-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates) 
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment).  Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS

Saturday, July 23, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for 2nd 5-week Session; no fee adjustment after this date

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

All Day Last day to drop an individual 2nd 5-week class with a "W"
Last day to drop an individual 2nd 5-week class with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 5-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Friday, August 05, 2016

All Day Last day of 10-week classes and 2nd 5-week classes
Last day of 10-week classes and 2nd 5-week classes (no separate examination period - exception for Law students, contact Dean's Office for dates) 
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 10-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 10-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment).  Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 5-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 5-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment).  Withdrawal on the last day of class requires a letter from the instructor of each class indicating that the student did not take the final exam. It cannot be done over ISIS
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver for August Intersession
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver for August Intersession

Sunday, August 07, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or drop...
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal or dropping a class for August Intersession

Monday, August 08, 2016

All Day August Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
August Intersession classes begin at 7:30 a.m.
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (August Intersession)
Last day to change from audit to credit (August Intersession)
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession
All Day Last day to register for or add a August Intersession class
Last day to register for or add a August Intersession class

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (August Intersession)
Last day to change from credit to audit (August Intersession)
All Day Last day to drop an August Intersession class without a "W"
Last day to drop an August Intersession class without a "W"
All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Thursday, August 11, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Friday, August 12, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession

Sunday, August 14, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or drop...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing or dropping a class for August Intersession; no fee adjustment after this date

Monday, August 15, 2016

All Day Last day to drop an August Intersession class with a "W"
Last day to drop an August Intersession class with a "W"

Thursday, August 18, 2016

All Day Last day of August Intersession classes
Last day of August Intersession classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all August Intersession classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all August Intersession classes

Friday, August 19, 2016

All Day Final Exams
Final Exams
All Day Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver
Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Sunday, August 21, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (full semester classes, 1st 8-week classes)

Monday, August 22, 2016

All Day Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. for Fall 2016
Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. for Fall 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 8-week classes)
Last day to change from audit to credit (1st 8-week classes)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 1st 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 1st 8-week class

Friday, August 26, 2016

All Day Last day of fee payment deadline
Last day of fee payment deadline
All Day Last day to apply for residency reclassification
Last day to apply for residency reclassification
All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (full semester classes)
Last day to change from audit to credit (full semester classes)
All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week classes)
Last day to change from credit to audit (1st 8-week classes)
All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A 1st 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before September 30 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after September 30 unless the student officially withdraws from all all classes that have not yet been completed
All Day Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
Last day to have college-based fees adjusted by changing colleges
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a full term class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register or add a full semester class
Last day to register or add a full semester class

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, September 01, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, September 02, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (full semester classes)
Last day to change from credit to audit (full semester classes)
All Day Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class). A full semester class dropped after this date but on or before November 18 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No full semester class or classes may be dropped after November 18 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Monday, September 05, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, September 10, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, September 12, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, September 16, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes,
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 1st 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Saturday, September 24, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Friday, September 30, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 1st 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Saturday, October 01, 2016

All Day Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Fall
Application deadline for students who plan to graduate at the end of Fall

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

All Day Last day of 1st 8-week classes
Last day of 1st 8-week classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 1st 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week classes)
Last day to receive 100% cancellation of fees for an official withdrawal (2nd 8-week session classes)

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

All Day Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. (2nd 8-week session)
Classes begin at 7:30 a.m. (2nd 8-week session)

Friday, October 14, 2016

All Day Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)
Last day to change from audit to credit (2nd 8-week session)
All Day Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to receive a 100% cancellation of fees for dropping a 2nd 8-week class while remaining enrolled (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class after this date)
All Day Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class
Last day to register for or add a 2nd 8-week class

Sunday, October 16, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 90% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, October 17, 2016

Start Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

End Day Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open) (Multi-Day Event)
Fall Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Thursday, October 20, 2016

All Day Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week classes)
Last day to change from credit to audit (2nd 8-week classes)
All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class without a "W" (no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class).  A 2nd 8-week class dropped after this date but on or before November 18 will remain on the official record with a "W" indicating withdrawal. No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after November 18 unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed

Saturday, October 22, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to receive 80% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Thursday, October 27, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdraw...
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all regular session classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to receive 70% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class

Monday, October 31, 2016

Start Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to receive 60% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 03, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 04, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, November 05, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, November 06, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, November 07, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to receive 50% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 10, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 11, 2016

All Day Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
Last day to make up incomplete marks for previous semester attended
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Saturday, November 12, 2016

All Day Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to receive 40% cancellation of fees for officially withdrawing from all 2nd 8-week classes, charged $45.00 withdrawal fee; no fee adjustment for dropping an individual class
All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Sunday, November 13, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Monday, November 14, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Thursday, November 17, 2016

All Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Friday, November 18, 2016

All Day Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No 2nd 8-week class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed
All Day Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W"
Last day to drop a full semester class or classes with a "W" (no fee adjustment). No full term class or classes may be dropped after this date unless the student officially withdraws from all classes that have not yet been completed
End Day Priority Registration for currently enrolled students (Multi-Day Event)
Priority Registration for currently enrolled students

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

All Day Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)
Thanksgiving Break (Student break, University offices will be open)

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Start Day Thanksgiving holiday (Multi-Day Event)
Thanksgiving holiday

Friday, November 25, 2016

End Day Thanksgiving holiday (Multi-Day Event)
Thanksgiving holiday

Friday, December 02, 2016

All Day Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School
Final copies of master’s thesis/doctoral dissertations must be submitted to the Graduate School for students graduating in December 

Thursday, December 08, 2016

All Day Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
Last day of 2nd 8-week classes
All Day Last day of classes
Last day of classes
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all 2nd 8-week classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)
All Day Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes
Last day to officially withdraw from all full semester classes (no individual drops, no fee adjustment)

Friday, December 09, 2016

All Day Dead Day
Dead Day

Monday, December 12, 2016

Start Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Thursday, December 15, 2016

All Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Friday, December 16, 2016

End Day Final Exams (Multi-Day Event)
Final Exams

Saturday, December 17, 2016

All Day Commencement
Commencement

Friday, January 13, 2023

Start Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Saturday, January 14, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Sunday, January 15, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Monday, January 16, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Thursday, January 19, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Friday, January 20, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Saturday, January 21, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Sunday, January 22, 2023

All Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Monday, January 23, 2023

End Day Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver (Multi-Day Event)
Open Registration for students using the Senior Citizen Discount Waiver

Art Exhibits

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 01, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Sunday, November 02, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Monday, November 03, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Thursday, November 06, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Opening Reception: Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26 with the opening reception to be held November 6, 2014 5:30 – 7:30pm.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.


Off Campus
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Friday, November 07, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Saturday, November 08, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus

Sunday, November 09, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Monday, November 10, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bryanna Jaramillo's "Into Decay" Art Exhibit

Bryanna Jaramillo’s “Into Decay” will be featured in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery (fourth floor of the Arkansas Union) now until November 10th.  The gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and there will be a reception hosted on October 29th at 6 pm.

Jaramillo received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arkansas State University in 2012. Post commencement, she began studies at the University of Arkansas in pursuit of a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting. In addition to painting, her work has begun to take three-dimensional form. She is currently in her 2nd year at the University of Arkansas, scheduled to complete her MFA in 2015.

For questions about the exhibit please contact Callan Carson, UP Art Gallery Coordinator, at upart@uark.edu or Chas Thompson, UP Advisor, at ct003@uark.edu

This event is sponsored by University programs through the Office of Student Activities and is supported by the Student Activities Fee.  For special accommodations due to disability please contact the Office of Student Activities, osa@uark.edu or call 479-575-5255.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Thursday, November 13, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Opening Reception- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR.- The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on November 13th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery immediately following the Lauren Kalman lecture.

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riis, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected. 

Main Campus

Friday, November 14, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Saturday, November 15, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Sunday, November 16, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Monday, November 17, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Thursday, November 20, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Friday, November 21, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Saturday, November 22, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Sunday, November 23, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Monday, November 24, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM Three's a Crowd Exhibition at sUgAR Gallery

Fayetteville, Arkansas— sUgAR, The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery is proud to present Three’s a Crowd, an exhibition of Ceramics-based work by artists working within post-baccalaureate positions at the University of Arkansas’ Ceramics department. Artists within this exhibition include Grant Gustafson, Katie Sleyman and Ashley Atterberry. Three’s a Crowd will be on view from November 6 – 26.

Grant Gustafson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ambitious for future opportunities, he plans to use this first year of his post-baccalaureate position as a source of dedication to developing bodies of artwork and planning his next career steps.   Gustafson searches for the line between abundance and excess as he draws inspiration from mid 17th Century Dutch Painters’ still lives and theories that the “ornate still lives.” Questioning whether something so beautiful can become repulsive, Gustafson creates large-scale ceramic objects with luscious, glossy glazes to convey such ideas.

Katie Sleyman received her Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Sleyman has used opportunities of time, resources, and environment to explore themes of ownership and quality through functional and sculptural objects. She plans to use the resulting portfolio for applications to future endeavors such as graduate schools and residencies. Sleyman’s current work consists of a series of porcelain press-on nails, using the surfaces of nails as a perfectly refined canvas. Driven by a fixation of process and acute attention to detail, Sleyman strives for these nail pieces to become playful, covetable, impractical and consumable objects.

Ashley Atterberry graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Within her second year of the post-baccalaureate position, Atterbery has continued developing a body of work to explore the connections between objects and emotions, using this work for residency applications in the future. Influenced by comic books and graffiti, Atterberry’s work is an abstraction of her autobiography and emotional narrative. She strives for aspects of nonsense and depth as each series of work reflects current life events. Pulling the viewer back and forth between two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms, Atterberry takes advantage of bold lines, flat surfaces, bodily guts and figurative characters.

The sUgAR gallery is an interdepartmental exhibition space featuring the visual research of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers from the Department of Art and Fay Jones School of Architecture representing the Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. sUgAR is made possible by the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Art, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the University of Arkansas’ Facilities Management.

Off Campus

Thursday, November 27, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Friday, November 28, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Saturday, November 29, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Sunday, November 30, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Monday, December 01, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Tuesday, December 02, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Thursday, December 04, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Friday, December 05, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibit- Luscious: The Body Adorned

Fayetteville, AR. — The University of Arkansas Department of Art presents Luscious: The Body Adorned from November 3 – December 5 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. 

“The Department of Art at the University of Arkansas is thrilled to include the work of Lauren Kalman, Jon Eric Riss, and Jill Wissmiller in the Luscious exhibition,” said Marc Mitchell, director of exhibitions for the Department. “It is wonderful to see three artists that address beauty and adornment in such different ways and by using diverse media.”

Luscious: The Body Adorned, an exhibition curated by Cynthia Norse Thompson, addresses notions of beauty and adornment employing the human body as a vehicle. Lauren Kalman utilizes metalsmithing as a prop for her performative photographs and videos. Deftly intertwining art and craft, Kalman’s work explores the complex relationship between body image, beauty, and consumer culture. Jon Eric Riis creates monumental tapestries that merge technical prowess with penetrating social commentary. Often featuring mythological, religious, or historical subjects, each tapestry contains cultural information that directly correlates to contemporary society. A common theme throughout all of Jill Wissmiller’s artwork is fixed desire. Regularly projecting on glitter-covered panels, Wissmiller creates nontraditional films where the spectator becomes obsessed with the narrative, as well as the material on which the image is projected.

Main Campus

Saturday, December 06, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM A.C.E. Holiday Bazaar

The Association of Ceramic Enthusiasts, A.C.E., of the University of Arkansas is excited to announce their participation in the 7th Annual Holiday Bazaar at the Community Creative Center, located in the Walton Arts Center’s Nadine Baum Studios at 505 W Spring Street.

This one-day event will be held on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 10am until 4pm and will feature the work of local artists as well as the pottery and ceramic work of A.C.E. members.

Proceeds of the event will benefit arts education programming at the C.C.C. All A.C.E. sales will assist ceramics students in travel to the National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts conference, in Providence, Rhode Island in 2015.

Off Campus

Sunday, December 07, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Monday, December 08, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Thursday, December 11, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus

Friday, December 12, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Laura Terry exhibition — "Observations from the 35th Parallel"

An exhibition of work by Laura Terry, titled “Observations from the 35th Parallel,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 12 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on the University of Arkansas campus.

An opening reception will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

Terry, an associate professor of architecture, has taught first-year studio and landscape painting courses in the Fay Jones School of Architecture since 1999. With all teaching endeavors, she encourages students to see beyond what is easily seen and to capture the extraordinary from the ordinary landscape around them.

Southern culture is at the heart of Terry’s research, painting and teaching. Regional yard traditions are an ongoing field of inquiry. Terry’s paintings, which she describes as Cubist representations of Southern events contained on a two-dimensional plane, celebrate the Southern landscape and its rich tradition of porches, agrarian ruins and food. Her research is supported by an interest in southern fiction, particularly by women writers. Terry has exhibited her work in locales that include Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Los Angeles and New York.

She shares her artist statement for the exhibition here. “My paintings idealize the landscape, not in the picturesque sense, but because within the ideal is the real. The imagery I use borrows from the ordinary and everyday, and I juxtapose that with the inherent geometry and structure present in the landscape. I am interested in the patterns, both of nature, of seasons, and of human intervention. The landscapes I paint are a result of how those patterns shape the landscape. The cycles of plowing, seeding, and harvesting are one way to measure time. Dualities are inherent in these cycles: dark and light, chaos and order, organic and synthetic. A fine line separates the two. Where does one end and the other begin? These dualities provide balance in my work. They shift the pendulum of my view back and forth, near and distant, detailed and blurred. I think of my eye as a camera, with lenses both microscopic and wide-angled. I record the landscape as I see it, observant of these opposites. My color palette is influenced by these observations in the landscape. In the summer, the palette shifts to capture the heat, while in the winter, the palette is more subdued, monochromatic even. I paint to measure these differences, to capture them in a particular moment of time, a particular light of day.”

The public is invited to attend this exhibition, presented by the Fay Jones School of Architecture. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

For more information, contact 479-575-4704 or architecture.uark.edu.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Saturday, December 13, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Ceramics Holiday Sale, Exhibition and Raffle
The University of Arkansas Department of Art and the Ceramics Area are pleased to announce our annual Holiday Sale and Open Studio Exhibition. This one-day event will take place on Saturday, December 13, 2014 from 11am-5pm in the Ceramics Studio located on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville at 326 Eastern Ave.

The event will include an exhibition highlighting the semester’s most exceptional work, from beginning-level student assignments to the independent works of advanced undergraduate and graduate students. In addition, a sale of handmade pottery by the students and faculty will also be held. Hot soup and beverages will be available with the purchase of bowls and cups.

We are also pleased to be raffling a unique work by faculty member Linda Lopez, whose works have been featured in many exhibitions and publications—and who is currently part of the Crystal Bridges exhibition, State of the Art. Tickets for the raffle will be sold during the event and the winner will be notified at 5pm.

This is a unique opportunity for the public to view diverse works during various stages of the artistic process as well as the ceramics’ studio facilities and activities. Proceeds of this sale will assist ceramics students in travel to the National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts conference, in Providence, Rhode Island in 2015. Please join us. All events are free and open to the public.
Main Campus

Sunday, December 14, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Monday, December 15, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Thursday, December 18, 2014

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Exhibition: The Arkansas Experience in the First World War
Society and Culture in the Great War Era, A Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition.

WWI artifacts including uniforms, helmets, weapons, photos, etc. in the Bogle Exhibit Hall on the 5th floor of Old Main. Runs through December.

Main Campus
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Investigation of Person, Place & Space Exhibition

The University of Arkansas Department of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition Investigation of Person, Place, and Space by senior photography and ceramic students. The exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2014 - January 16, 2015 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. The Department of Art will host a reception on January 16th at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at 5:30 pm.

The exhibition highlights the work of students in professional development courses and represents a variety of approaches to photography and ceramics. Students enrolled learn how to engage in both the fine art and professional markets by preparing a cohesive body of work, creating a website to showcase their work, and managing a successful career in the contemporary art world. The exhibition includes the work of Kris Johnson, Paula Martin, Raven McCarty, and Stephanie Wehmeyer.

 Johnson uses a dry plate process to document conversations with individuals, retaining the photograph as an artifact of the event. In the final image, it is not the words spoken during the eight-minute capture that remains significant, but the document of the experience. Martin's work investigates urban spaces, focusing on geometrical shapes and repeated lines that calm the chaos in the city. McCarty's work investigates cultural identity, where she explores the social norms and rules that determine individual identity. Wehmeyer's photographs are a visual sequence of overlapping frames investigating the relationship between a girl and her environment. The black-and-white pinhole effect draws the eye into this relationship with minimal distractions.

Main Campus

Friday, December 19, 2014