The classes are open to ages 8 and up. The first 10-week session begins Saturday, Sept. 14. Class size is limited to 15 students.
Classes will be held in room 162 in the E.O Bull Center for the Arts, 2 East Rosedale Avenue at the following times for the following grades:
- Grades 3 – 6, 9:30 to 11:30 AM
- Grades 7 – 12, noon to 2 PM
- Adult Open Studio 2:30 to 4:30 PM
Cost for the 10-week session is $250 and includes all materials and firings. Proceeds will go to a scholarship fund in the Art + Design department.
Contact Laurie Moran to enroll, at 610.436.2872, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Art + Design has launched two on-campus exhibits to kick off the 2019-20 season.
“Shucks, Spinski Redux” runs through Sept. 27 in the Knauer Gallery, honoring the legacy and work of the late Victor Spinski, a world-renowned ceramics artist.
This unique show will feature the work of Spinski’s former students and family, who were asked to reinterpret part of his unfinished work left behind.
An opening reception is Thursday, Sept. 5, from 4 to 7 PM. The Knauer Gallery is in the Swope Music Building and Performing Arts Center, 817 South High Street.
“The WCU Faculty Exhibition” is now open in the John H. Baker Gallery and runs through Oct. 11.
An opening night reception is Thursday, Sept. 12, from 4 to 7 PM.
The John H. Baker Gallery is in the E.O Bull Center for the Arts, 2 East Rosedale Ave.
Gallery hours for both exhibits are Monday to Friday, from 9 AM to 4 PM.
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Keynote speaker for the 25 Anniversary Poetry Conference from April 2 to 4 will be American poet Molly Peacock.
Peacock is an American-Canadian poet, essayist, biographer and speaker, whose multi-genre literary life also includes memoir, short fiction, and a one-woman show.
Peacock’s latest book of poems is The Analyst, a collection exploring her evolving relationship with her psychoanalyst who, after a stroke, reclaimed her life through painting.
She has published seven collections of poetry, including The Second Blush, love poems from a midlife marriage and Cornucopia: New & Selected Poems. Her work is widely anthologized.
This year’s conference takes place during National Poetry Month.
West Chester University’s Poetry Conference (WCUPC) is the nation’s only all-poetry writing conference dedicated to formal verse and is considered the premiere conference for formal poetry and versification.
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