2006 School of Art + Design Faculty Art Exhibition


On view
Aug 25, 2006 to Sep 24, 2006
Lower Level

One of the oldest annual faculty art exhibitions in the country, and a major event in the region, this show highlights the current achievements of the artists and upholds the national reputation of the school.

CANVAS: Electronic Gallery

CANVAS was created as a multidimensional virtual reality laboratory and exhibition space open to all during museum hours.

CANVAS is a collaborative project with the Integrated Systems Laboratory at the Beckman Institute and the School of Art + Design. 


Exhibition programming

September 14
7–8 pm: Open Class
Rose MarshackNicholas Duchnowski, and Abby Watt direct How to Make Art for the CANVAS Without Knowing How to Program a Computer to assist in the creation of virtual worlds through text files, common sound, and picture files.

October 26
7–9 pm: Icons
The CANVAS presented three-dimensional immersive environments responding to the question "What is an icon?" created with Krannert Art Museum by artists and others from all over the world


Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Christ after the Flagellation, ca. 1670. Oil on canvas. Gift of Ellnora D. Krannert 1960-4-1
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