Assistant Professor Michael Heagle helped with restoration of the movie “New York Ninja,” which was filmed in 1984 but not finished until recently. Heagle provided period-correct opening and closing titles while working with director Kurtis Spieler.
When the film screened in early February at Emagine Willow Creek theater in Plymouth, Minn., Heagle, interim director of the video production program, was a speaker and displayed his 1980s Ninja movie memorabilia.
Joshua Wilichowski, senior lecturer, is exhibiting more than 50 drawings and blueline prints at the Mattie Kelly Art Center on the Northwest Florida State College campus in Niceville, Fla. The show, “Pinpoint,” runs through Saturday, April 30, in the McIlroy Gallery.
Wilichowski, who has included computer-aided design renderings for NFSC’s architecture students, focuses his exhibit on everyday items and “investigates both the relationship and importance we place on inanimate objects and moments in time.”
Professor Bryan Ritchie has a solo exhibit in the Artspace Gallery at the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas. Vestiges runs through Saturday, March 19. The exhibit is a collection of charcoal drawings, monotypes and lithographs.
“The work questions axioms regarding what is valued, what are aimers in life and how does one navigate doubt, failure and loss to attain goals," said Ritchie, who is giving an artist’s talk Monday, March 14.
He also is part of the group exhibit Animal Print that opened Feb. 18 and runs through Saturday, April 19, at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis.
Molly Uravitch, senior lecturer, is part of the group exhibit Winter Clay Jam 2022 that opens Tuesday, March 1, at the Charlie Cummings Gallery in Gainesville, Fla. The gallery specializes in sculptural and functional ceramics.