May
28
Tue
Art Start @ Swope Education Center, enter from Ohio Street.
May 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Young artists are invited to experience this free art program using the book;The Wonders of the color Wheel, by Charles Ghigna, we will be doing a related art project.  For children ages three to five accompanied by an adult.

With support from the Phi Gamma Delta at Rose-Hulman and The United Way Success by Six Grant

May
31
Fri
Artist’s on Art @ Swope Art Museum
May 31 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for our program featuring Stefan Nodarse’s perspective on works of art in the Swope’s collection.  Looking at art though their eyes, we hear directly from the artists about works that intrigue them and have fed their own creativity.

Jun
28
Fri
Artists on Art @ Swope Art Museum, Hulman Gallery
Jun 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Swope Art Museum Curator Edward Trover will be discussing the opening exhibit, Gil Wilson: the Art of Letters and how Wilson’s work relates to his own practice.

Edward Trover is a visual artist living and working in Terre Haute, IN. He is currently the Curator of Collections & Exhibitions at the Sheldon Swope Art Museum. Trover’s interdisciplinary practice includes: printmaking, painting, sculpture, writing, video, photography and multiple other forms of media. He received his MFA in Visual Studies from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2013, and his BFA in Sculpture and Printmaking from Indiana State University in 2010. His work has been screened and exhibited in the US and abroad including shows at Disjecta in Portland, OR; Printed Matter in New York; the Experimental Film Festival in Portland, OR; and at Videoholica in Varna, Bulgaria. As part of the collective Danger Punch, Trover’s first book Things We Should Have Said was published in 2013 by Publication Studio in Portland, OR, and is now held in Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book Library. He has also had work published in Untitled Magazine, Submit, The Hand Magazine, and #RealLife on consquenceofsound.net.

Edward Trover, untitled (KKK), 2013, house paint on paper.

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