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Opening night at the End of the Year Juried Show

End of the Year Juried Show 2018

The Furlong Gallery will be open late on Friday, May 4th until 9 pm to remain open for Senior Shows

April 25th - September 13th, 2018
Opening reception Wednesday, March 25th, 530-7 p.m.

Entrance to the End of the Year Juried Show

This exhibition will feature 68 works of art by 50 artists. The artwork is done in a variety of methods; including drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, metals and contemporary jewelry, and photography

At the end of each year, the Furlong Gallery holds an End of the Year Juried Show, switching off between fine art and design each year. This year, a fine art year, our Juror was Jill Olm, Associate professor of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire. On top of picking each of the pieces that would be in the show, the juror also picked the top three and several runners-up:

Vacancy from behind1st: Thomas Wegner, B 5 on View

2nd: Emily Gordon, Gurgle Up All

3rd: Ed Erdmann, Idle Spring

Honorable Mentions:

Galiliee Peaches,  Excerpt from Every Room is

Kasey O'Brien, Part Time Zero 

Ali Strangstalien, Portrait of a Cottonwood

 

Bud and Betty Micheels Student Artist-in-Residence Exhibition

April 25th - September 13th, 2018
Opening reception Wednesday, March 25th, 530-7 p.m.

The Bud and Betty Micheels Student Artist-In-Residence program provides an opportunity for; students of all majors to explore the relationship of art and technology, Recipients of this grant each receive a $2000 stipend for the academic year, up to $1000 account for materials/related expenses, and an appropriate workspace. Award winners are honored by two exhibitions: a year-end exhibition of their work in the Furlong Gallery in Micheels Hall as well as in the University Library.  One piece from each recipient is donated for the permanent collection. The Student Artist-in-Residence Program is a valuable learning experience for all recipients and a continuous and growing aesthetic resource for the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the community.
 
The program was initially funded through a grant from the Stout University Foundation in 1987. Bud and Betty Micheels provided continued generous support for this program. Dr. Micheels was president of Stout State University, now the University of Wisconsin-Stout and Mrs. Micheels was an avid patron of the arts throughout her life. Although both are now deceased, they have left the Student Artist's program as their legacy.

 

Gallery 209 - Student Gallery

Poor But Happy

Poor But Happy
May 7th - May 11th, Reception May 7th 5-7pm

Upcoming Shows

Industrial Design Show
May 14th - September 5th, Reception to be announced.

Past Shows
Charlie Wimmer 500 Drawings

Charlie Wimmer 500 Drawings

A Gazetteer of Some American Places

A Gazetteer of Some American Places

Above the Arctic Circle

Above the Arctic Circle

Juried Student Show 2016

Juried Student Show 2016

Prometheus 2016

Prometheus 2016

Tom Hollenback's Distant Actions

Tom Hollenback's Distant Actions

2016 Best of Design Juried Show

2016 Best of Design Juried Show