Brad Schweiger at SUNY Brockport

Brad Schwieger has been teaching at Ohio University since 1990 and is presently a
Professor of Art and Ceramics Area Chairman.
Brad has shown his ceramics nationally and internationally. His work has been included in exhibitions throughout the U.S.A., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, England, Germany, Czech
Republic, Lithuania and Spain.

The Department of Art at The College at Brockport
Brad Schwieger, Ceramic ArtistLecture and Workshop:
Lecture: Thursday, October 4th at 4:00 pm, Tower 2203
Workshop: Friday, October 5th 9:00 am until 12:00 noon,
Tower 211, Ceramics Studio


MFA SCULPTURE SPEED DATING IS ON AGAIN THIS YEAR SEND IN YOUR WORK NOW The MFA Sculpture Speed Dating session is a juried event at SculptureX Symposium #3 providing 10 current or recent MFA graduates (graduation in spring 2012) from our greater region - Ohio and western Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, western New York (as far east as Alfred U.), and Ontario, Canada - an opportunity to give a 2 minute presentation of his or her work. Contact the Speed Dating Chair Angie Seykora, Edinboro University of PA MFA student, to learn more and apply. If you want to get involved with organizing this student run session, let Angie know.

Erie's Gallery Night Sept. 21, 7-10 pm

The Erie Art Museum and thirteen independent galleries open their doors late for a chance to explore the city’s vibrant arts scene. Each gallery offers its own exhibitions, entertainment, refreshments and vibes. Visit five or more galleries (ask the gallery owner to initial this card & drop it off at the Museum by October 2 ) to be entered in a drawing to win a $25 gift certificate to one of the participating venues!
Donna Nicholas has some work on display at H.A.N.D.S with the NWPAA click here-Link to see a list of participating galleries. Read more about Donna here and here

Shock me if you can

"Shock long ago went mainstream, raising a question: Can art still shock today? Nudity and raw language are no longer scandalous, and decades of Modernist assaults on formal constraints have dissolved the boundary between art and not-art, high and low."
Click here to read the NYTimes article