Students gathered in the Cyrus M. Running gallery on March 13, waiting in anticipation for Andrew Maus, director of the Plains Art Museum, to announce the winners of the annual juried art show. Shiyang Feng, Siri Berry, and Abbigail Schuyler received merit awards for $75 dollars. Feng won for her
Last Thursday, students, faculty, and community members wandered around the Cyrus M. Running Gallery, admiring ceramics, digital photography, paintings, drawings and prints students have created. As the evening wore on, the students waited in anticipation to see who would win the various awards. On March 16, the Student Juried Art
The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is now showcasing student art through the end of March in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery. The showcase allows students to display their works made throughout the year, and it gives them valuable experience as working artists, said Susan Lee, director of the gallery.
A variety of talent from the art department faculty is being showcased in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery until Feb. 17. The faculty shows off their own work every year, according to director Susan Lee, for students and the community. Faculty participants are David Boggs, Heidi Goldberg, Ross Hilgers, Eric
The current exhibit showcased in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery is a must-see event. This exhibit, “Theatrophilia: Frivolities, Curiosities, and Confusions,” displays recent works by Concordia faculty member and Senior Designer Eddy Barrows. The exhibit runs from Nov. 6 through Dec. 9. The exhibit mesmerizes viewers as Barrows’ colorful, detailed
“Voices to Vision” is a collection of art from genocide survivors from different parts of the world. The exhibit will be running in the Cyrus M. Running Gallery until September 16. For the exhibit, a team of artists created each piece from the memories and experiences of survivors. Each piece
The stark, mysterious, grassland hills of southeastern North Dakota have taken over Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery. The gallery’s walls have been pushed away to make room for nature, which has come bringing seasons, storms and tales of the land. Art Professor Heidi Goldberg’s show Livets dans (The Dance of