Monday, November 6, 2017

AU Art Alumnus Recognized at OAEA Conference

Ohio Art Educator Erica Kenny - Ashland University Art Alumnus has been elected as the SW Regional Director and also one of two SW Outstanding Art Teachers for 2019 OAEA conference. Congrats Erica! #AUArtDesign #artmatters #artteachersrock 🦅🦅








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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

NYC Fall Break AU Art + Design Trip

Ashland University Department Art + Design traveled to NYC and immersed their students in ART from the Whitney, The Frick and Chelsea galleries. Join the spring break trip to Washington DC. #AUArtDesign


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

AU Alumnus Andrew Ringler Exhibits Powerful New Work -The Opioid Trail

Ashland University Alumnus Andrew D. Ringler's exhibition titled "The Opioid Trail " is on view from October 4-22, 2017 at Gallery OneTwentyEight in NYC. 
Ringler's work is a stirring visual exploration of the people and places throughout rural America affected by a dismal outbreak of despair and drug abuse, The Opioid Trail provides a singular window into the epidemic.

A native Ohioan, Andrew David Ringler has witnessed first-hand the corrosive effects of narcotic abuse in his home state. In his paintings, he captures the multifaceted dynamic of this rural community.
Quilted barns no longer display their storied folklore but now reveal the Narcan overdose nasal spray logo. Abandoned historic homes of distant grandeur stand sentinel on the landscape, a visual parallel to the ongoing economic and social downturn.
Intent on shattering the negative stereotypes of those affected by the lethal epidemic, Ringler portrays them in their distinct complexity, eliciting empathy and understanding from his viewers.

onetwentyeight 128 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002 galleryonetwentyeight.org  212-674-0244

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Thy Neighbor -Mail Art-Making Night with AU Art Club

TONIGHT | Join us to create works for the Thy Neighbor - Strength through Connections exhibition at The Coburn Gallery!
#AUArtClub, the International Club and the Ashland Center for Nonviolence are hosting an art-making session which is open to all Ashland University students, faculty and staff on Tuesday, September 26 at 7 p.m. in Room 346 of the Center for the Arts. Art supplies and refreshments are provided. All completed works will be exhibited as part of the upcoming Thy Neighbor Mail Art Show at The Coburn Gallery, Ashland University in October.
Free | Supplies provided | Snacks and drinks provided
Any questions? Email us at ashlandartclub@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

AU Student Collaboration Artwork Exhibited in Missouri

The artwork created from the AU student collaboration with visiting artist Traci Molly is on view in the exhibition "It Happened " at the University of Missouri.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Thy Neighbor- AU Community Art Project

Thy Neighbor - Artmaking Session 
Ashland University Art Club, International Club and Ashland Center for NonViolence are meeting on Tuesday September 26th at 7:00pm CFA Room 346. Art supplies and refreshments provided. Open to all AU students, faculty and staff. All completed works will be exhibited as part of the upcoming Thy Neighbor Mail Art Show at The Coburn Gallery, Ashland University in October.