Arts, Film & Entertainment
CAPSTONE CLASS - SENIOR THESIS SHOW: This exhibition marks the highlight exhibition from the Capstone class that serves as the professional practice class under EMU’s new BFA Curricula. The Exhibition show will run through Wednesday, April 24, in the Student Gallery at the Student Center. There will be a reception on Monday, April 22 from 4 - 7 p.m.
FORD GALLERY PRESENTS WORKS BY CHRISTINE BRUXVOORT: Christine Bruxvoort is a lifelong Michigan resident. Her artwork focuses on memory, family and personal experience with illness. The exhibition will be on display on Monday, April 22 - Friday, April 26, in the Ford Gallery. Although her primary medium is photography, Bruxvoort has recently experimented with video and installation as a way to explore her artistic interests. For more information, please visit Christine Bruxvoort Exhibition.
EMU DANCE MAJORS PERFORM AT THE DIA: EMU dance majors, under the direction of professor Joanna McNamara, will perform in the Diego Rivera Detroit Industry Murals Court at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Sunday, April 28, 2 - 4 p.m. The event, which is open to the public, consists of an open rehearsal followed by a presentation by professor McNamara on the multiple processes involved in making a video dance. McNamara's new dance, to music by Paul Dreshner, will be filmed in the Rivera Court later in the week. EMU faculty lecturer Laura Zimmerman, director of photography for the dance, will also participate in the Sunday presentation. Please visit the DIA Event Calendar for more information.
DUAL EXHIBIT WILL SHOWCASE BELINDA MCGUIRE & JACKLYN NOVAK: The works of Belinda McGuire and Jacklyn Novak will be on display from Monday, April 29 to Friday, May 3 in Ford Gallery. McGuire's work reflects the uniqueness in form, texture and character of animals. Novak's work explores the tension between lighthearted, fun aspects of femininity. To see more, please visit the McGuire/Novak Exhibition homepage.