2006 School of Art + Design Faculty Art Exhibition

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

 

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