Garland looks at the award as a chance to be recognized throughout the state for his achievements. He said he is honored to have been chosen for the Lincoln Laureate Award, and proud of his academic and extra-curricular work while at SIUE. He will have endorsements to teach speech communication and mathematics at the high school and middle-school levels. Click here for a photo of Stephen J. Fractured Christmas tales? This year it's the return of Bah! Louis, at 2 and 7 p. Saturday, Dec.
Can Christmas be saved for the Cratchits? Humbug continues A Season for the Child , in its 20th year of presenting family-oriented theater to Southwestern Illinois audiences. Tuesday, Nov. D of the East St. Louis Higher Education Campus, J. Thompson Drive. There is no admission charge. Louis Center on the first and third Tuesday, September through May. Darlene Roy is president. Weathers and Treasure Williams. Louis Cultural Revival Campaign Committee. Louis, IL or by e-mail: eredmon siue. Students and faculty at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville will be commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with special events next week.
SPEAC spokesperson Elisabeth Jones said the depiction will be 20 feet by 8 feet and will be made out of wood for the sake of portability and practicality. Copying the original wall, SIUE students will be invited to paint graffiti on it while on display in the quad. The wall will be on display through Friday, Nov. For more information, contact Elisabeth Jones: eliljone siue.
The competition challenged student teams to design, schedule, estimate, write and present a proposal for an ambulatory care facility within a hour period. Crail was nominated for the award by Gretchen Fricke, director of the office. The evening of beautiful music has been especially created for this concert to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday season. Holland, who tours solo and with St. Ticket information, subscription rates and ticket sales are available on the Web site: artsandissues. Multi-colored lighting, silk fabric and the music of Chopin are contributing elements to the excitement that is Dance In Concert , from Nov.
Jarrell also is artistic director for the upcoming concert. Another portion of the concert will feature Native American Gerard Tsonakwa, of the Abenaki tribe and a native of Quebec. He is a featured guest choreographer who will present a multimedia dance piece. Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. Sunday, Nov. Tsonakwa, former executive director of the United American Indians Administration in Philadelphia, is well known for his storytelling abilities and his piece, Maheo: An Abenaki Creation Story , is a good example of his specialty.
He has since turned his focus to storytelling and creating award-winning art in stone, and bone and wood inspired by the legends of his tribe and others. His dance piece is from a cycle of Abenaki stories dating from approximately CE. Tsonakwa currently is director of the Plumer School of Arts and Sciences in Tucson, and as an artist and author has had more than feature exhibitions in museums and galleries, including a guest curatorship at the San Diego Museum of Man.
He also has written five books and 12 audio productions and has been heavily involved with the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson. But it was his successor, Louis XIV, who transformed it into an immense and extravagant palace complex surrounded by beautiful gardens, ornate fountains, and artwork in the interior to rival the Vatican, all glorifying the king. Jarrell visited the palace in and was inspired by its majesty. Using a great swath of blue silk to accentuate the dancers, Jarrell has them striking poses reminiscent of the beautiful statuary dotting the grounds of the palace.
Other dances in the mid-November concert include pieces by Associate Professor Kerry Shaul and other guest artists. In addition, dance alumna Emily Taul will feature her choreography in a piece that won the award for best dance this past spring in Student Dance Concert Another dance alum, who is now a full-time instructor in the department, has contributed to the concert with a piece about dreams.
For awhile there, I was always meeting people I knew in my dreams. So, I decided to create a piece that reflects that. The concert will showcase talented SIUE students and jazz faculty and also will feature music arrangements by Stamps, a professor of music.starapocachlo.ga/a-guide-to-the-grand-canyons.php
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Admission to the Nov. Studies have shown chronic pain is a global problem but in the United States alone one third of Americans suffer from it. However, about 30 percent of those chronic pain sufferers report that drugs now available on the market do not help the problem. Our hope is to find better ways to eliminate human suffering. Louis, where he worked on synthetic methodologies directed at preparing antitumor cyclopentanoid natural products. Since then, he has conducted research in both the diagnostic imaging and therapeutic pharmaceutical industries. Prior to joining the SIUE School of Pharmacy he spent the majority of his industrial career at Monsanto corporate research and later Pharmacia, leading the new synthetic methods group.
After four years of post-doctoral fellowship, Salvemini joined the private sector where she spent more than a decade working on drug discovery and development of novel anti-inflammatories and analgesics. She came to Saint Louis University in Illinois Department of Human Rights Director Rocco Claps visited the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville campus this morning, making his first stop in the state to highlight a law that protects students from sexual harassment.
About 25 staff, faculty and students turned out for the director's visit to find out more about legislation that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn Governor signed into public act on Aug. Claps discussed a new measure that requires universities and institutions of higher learning to display posters explaining sexual harassment laws and policies in prominent and accessible areas for all students.
The notice explains what sexual harassment is and what students can do about it. The amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act calls for colleges, universities and institutions of higher learning to display posters in common areas including, such as residence halls, administration buildings, student unions, cafeterias and libraries. College campuses can also satisfy the posting requirement by providing each student an electronic copy of the sexual harassment laws and policies at the time that registration materials are emailed. Illinois higher education institutions affected by this law must be in compliance on or prior to Nov.
For questions about protections against sexual harassment in higher education and to see all required postings visit the Department's website at www. During the Nov. Morris University Center. Students may speak one-on-one to department representatives at the event during the information fairs in the Goshen Lounge, also on the first floor of the Center from 10 a. Students then will have opportunities to tour the central campus, meet with faculty and staff at the information fair, or attend an informational session of their choice.
All academic units will play host to the informational sessions for students interested in their respective program. Also, prospective students may attend a panel session made up of current SIUE students. Similarly, prospective parents also may attend a panel of parents of current SIUE students.
Check-in and on-site registration begin at a. It is recommended that interested students pre-register online at the Web site: www. Tours of the campus and residence halls will be offered until 2 p. There is no charge for the event. Vendors may rent booth space, based on a juried evaluation of arts and crafts to be exhibited and space available.
Those interested in becoming a vendor should do so soon because spaces tend to be rented quickly. There is no admission charge to attend the fair and the public is invited. Items at the fair will include original works produced by local and regional artists and crafts persons. Many types of handmade goods will be available for purchase, including ceramics, wood, weaving, fiber, metal and glass, among others. Selections for purchase will include many articles suitable for holiday gifts. For more information about obtaining booth space or about the fair itself, call Tom Ostresh in the Print and Design Shop, Monday, Nov.
Claps will discuss a new measure that requires universities and any institution of higher learning to post an IDHR notice that explains sexual harassment and what students can do about it. This new law helps to inform students of their rights and of the help available should they have a need. Mysterious shenanigans will take center stage Nov. Proceeds from the Nov.
Reservations must be made by Oct. Morrison of Edwardsville, The Ghost Of Lovejoy Library will be performed by board members and several community supporters seen locally on stage. The question of whether it's haunted Doors open at for viewing auction items, the play starts around 7 p. Morrison promises it's all in fun and will add up to an evening of laughs and good food. Conroy said it will be "the perfect evening" to combine a nice dinner with shopping for that unique Christmas gift.
Conroy also pointed out that several "fabulous" attendance prizes also will be awarded throughout the evening. For reservation information, or to make a reservation with a credit card, call the SIUE Fine Arts box office, , or, from St. Louis toll-free, , Ext. With a keen interest in traditional Chinese medicine, nursing student Breanna Closen of Peoria decided to take summer for a travel study project in the People's Republic of China right after her sophomore year at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Nursing.
Closen spent seven weeks in the Yunnan Province, mostly in the city of Kunming. She was among medical and nursing students from impressive institutions such as Harvard and Yale, but she held her own during the trip. During the China trip, Closen encountered an herbalist who was being studied by doctors from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. The doctor's research impressed Closen so much she chose the Mayo Clinic as her destination for a summer externship just after her junior year at SIUE. She wanted a chance to study Chinese medicine and Western medicine to make her a better nurse.
Which brings us to the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic paid for Closen's trip to Rochester and she spent 10 weeks immersed in classes about Western medicine and Chinese traditional medicine. The Mayo Clinic is actually part of three health care institutions in a cluster- the Mayo Clinic, St. Mary's Hospital and Rochester Methodist Hospital. But, when your liver is in danger and you are that close to death, you can''t rely on acupuncture.
Western medicine is still very necessary. But at the Mayo Clinic, there are researchers who are studying the Chinese methods to see how they can tie in to help provide more efficient patient care. According to Closen, Chinese traditional medicine involves a change in how we think about medicine. They also bled out the muscles in that shoulder and the blood was black. They explained old injuries tend to attract the blood to the muscles and the blood can stagnate.
It was quite amazing. Breanna is already at the cutting edge of learning and applying complementary health care initiatives. Indeed, she will have a dynamic approach to her patient care situations. Closen has returned to SIUE for her senior year of nursing study and she was recently accepted to the University's Undergraduate Research Academy, where undergraduates are able to do the kind of research usually reserved for graduate students.
We won't be able to change people's attitudes unless we start with educating healthcare students. There are 5, years of what you might call clinical trials in regard to Chinese medicine," she said. They might not work miracles every time or even work in a way that Western science understands, but they are important enough to learn about them and use them. If it's been around that long, there must be something to it. During her 10 weeks in Rochester, Closen learned much about the institution and found that it is a research institution on a level with, say, a Johns Hopkins.
It's all tied together. It represented the foundation of evidence-based practice. They focus on a professional team approach supported by evidence-based practice to improve patient care, and facilitate an academic environment," she said. Cordova described design-thinking as teachers "moving away from just designing the 'ideal lesson plan,' to viewing ourselves as creating multiple iterations of an ideal lesson plan. Rather, when we learn to develop creative confidence in ourselves as thinkers," Cordova said, " we engage with others He added: "We have a dynamite teacher education program and talented faculty and students, with the talent to push and innovate teaching and learning far into the 21st century," Cordova said.
To learn more, visit the Web sites: www. The event, sponsored by the International Student Council, will feature international student organization booths with clothing, cultural artifacts, books, music and demonstrations representing different countries from 10 a. The week of activities will close with International Night '09 from p. Saturday, Nov. Doors will open at p. The event will be filled with an eclectic mix of international foods, music, dancing and entertainment.
For more information, visit www. In his sixth annual address to the University community, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift delivered a status update of the University's key goals set in , while also reveling in the national attention SIUE has been attracting in the past few years. He pointed out that for the first time this year, U. He spoke today in Meridian Ballroom to about members of the University community and guests.
Senior Assignment is required for all seniors at SIUE to demonstrate their degree of general education knowledge, as well as knowledge within their disciplines prior to graduation. News for the past three years as a model for other institutions across the nation. In addition, Vandegrift pointed out, U. News has ranked SIUE in the top 15 public universities in the Midwest-Master's category for the fourth consecutive year and also is ranked in the top one-third of all public and private Midwestern universities by the magazine.
In his report, Vandegrift also examined the University's progress on the three initial goals set in October , which include aligning the University's enrollment management program to attract a student population that is characteristic of a premier Metropolitan University; positioning the University as a premier Metropolitan University in the marketplace of ideas by establishing a brand in the higher education community; and developing the University's resource base. An example of material progress in the area of enrollment management-with a record 13, students enrolled-is the significant growth the University has seen in full-time students, Vandegrift said, thanks largely to the SIUE School of Pharmacy, an increase in residential capacity with the addition of Evergreen Hall on campus in and the predominate enrollment of full-time commuting students.
Through a more than percent increase in media exposure, the University has made successful progress in establishing a solid brand in higher education. Vandegrift also reported SIUE is ranked among listed institutions by the National Science Foundation for research and development expenditures. Louis Center and University Park. Academically, Vandegrift stressed that producing tomorrow's citizen-leaders begins today in the classroom and on campus. He acknowledged the contributions of the SIUE faculty, noting that strengthening programs is essential to sending competent graduates into the world to take on leadership roles.
He also pointed to the newly constructed Student Success Center on campus, an addition that houses student services and centers contributing to the retention and graduation of students including International Student Services, Health and Counseling Services, Disability Support Services, Student Government, and the Career Development Center. These programs previously had been scattered throughout campus. Editors: Click here for a current photo suitable for print of Vaughn Vandegrift. It's the delightful musical, Cinder bottom, based on the tried and true fairytale, Cinderella , at 7 p.
Saturday, Oct. SfC features professional theater troupes from St. Louis staging adaptations of various fairytales, staged for children in grades Pre-K through 3rd, using interactive techniques that not only delight children and parents, but also provide a learning experience. Cinder bottom , to be performed by Piwacket Theater for Children, extols a message of kindness in the story about the young girl with the wicked stepmother and her equally wicked daughters.
The support organization also has an endowment to help fund the merit scholarship program. Those interested in donating to the endowment may contact Greg Conroy, The holiday production of the season is Bah! A summer program that has been held for a few years allows faculty from the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Business to work closely with students from Fachhochschule Hannover, a university in Hannover, Germany.
Mechanical engineering students from Germany spend roughly a month in the U. Through site visits, students learn about U. Vernon, and the Auffenberg Auto Network. Louis-based dealership, discussed sales and marketing strategies, industry trends and external factors affecting the automobile industry. Chancellor Vandegrift will address the University community and guests, during his Annual Report to the University. This year's speech-his fifth address-will focus on the changes and progress that have occurred during the last five years he has been at the helm of SIUE.
Each year the Chancellor's speech examines the institution's mission, vision and values, and highlights immediate and future plans. An informal news conference will immediately follow the address. At the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago at p. Sunday, Oct. The money will support the Illinois' Monetary Award Program MAP , which helps more than , students across the state pay for college each year, according to the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, the organization that administers the funding.
These students shared their personal stories, made banners and signs in support of this legislation and traveled to Springfield for Lobby Day to encourage legislators to reinstate the funding. They made this issue a top priority and in so doing, they made it a top priority among the state's legislative body. We instill in our students the importance of being good citizens and taking social, civic and political responsibility.
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Their involvement in this worthy cause is a wonderful example of how we produce citizens of the world and the leaders of tomorrow. Over the last month, Quinn visited several college campuses across the state in support of reinstating the funding. Thousands of students representing Illinois' colleges and universities turned out to the rallies, some offering testimonials and others supporting friends who benefit from the money.
She recalled feeding the dogs during the day on the campus grounds of Yeditepe University, where she and the other students in the program studied. During her most recent trip with six SIUE undergraduate students and Lucian Stone, assistant professor of Philosophy, she said she enjoyed eating the cuisine, taking in the scenes and learning about the city's rich cultural past.
She and the other students took numerous photos to capture the city's vast aesthetic appeal. For more information about Study Abroad opportunities, contact the office, , visit www. A link to the page is available on the Study Abroad Web site. A Study Abroad Fair for those interested in learning more about upcoming trips will take place from 10 a. Tuesday, Oct. Information about the fair is available on the Web site: www.
Pharmacy Dean Philip Medon said the rate during that time period included nearly all of the current graduating class. That announcement and the news that the students had a high pass rate on the NAPLEX exams are yet other significant achievements in the School's young history. The School has been called a national model for other new schools of pharmacy.
The NAPLEX examination is necessary to determine that a candidate for pharmacy licensing has the knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively practice pharmacy. The exam is required by all 50 state boards of pharmacy and is continually reviewed and revised by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy to ensure the exam remains current with best pharmacy practices. The national passing rate overall was Overall there were more than 10, examinees during the May 1-Aug. The renovation and expansion of the ECC allows it to accommodate an additional 30 children, bringing the center to a capacity of more than In the past, the center has had a waiting list of more than but ECC Director Rebecca Dabbs-Kayser said the additional space will not only alleviate some of the waiting list but also allows more efficient use of the center's floor plan.
And, the rooms are painted rich colors that reflect nature. The funding will be available from now until for Ken Witt, assistant professor of pharmaceutical science. Witt will investigate the use of novel drugs to encourage the breakdown of amyloid beta accumulation.
This accumulation is associated with a reduction or reversal in the ability to learn, as well as memory loss that is characteristic with Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that diminishes patients' memories and cognitive abilities. The disease progression is due to the dysfunction and death of neurons as a result of the amyloid beta accumulation. A celebration of place hosted by The Friends of The Gardens will take place from p. The Gardens, a acre public botanical garden that has been designated a Missouri Botanical Garden Signature Garden, is comprised of woodlands, water features, grasslands and sculpture.
Convenient free parking is available in Cougar Village or Parking Lot 10, which is the swimming pool parking lot. Information is available online at siue. Representatives from approximately colleges, universities and branches of the military, and as many as 2, high school students and their families are expected to converge at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville from p.
It is a result of a collaborative effort among area high school counselors and college admission professionals to best serve area students who are in the process of choosing a college or university. Registration is not required and there is no cost to attend. Free parking is available in campus lots P4-P9. Additional information is available in local high school guidance offices and in community college counseling centers. The ICE Fair is a consolidated opportunity to explore a wide variety of higher education options.
Pam French, ICE On-Site chairperson, said: "the regional college fair concept continues to support its ultimate goal to help students learn more about post secondary education options. Designed for high school juniors, seniors and community college transfer students, the ICE Fair gives students and parents an opportunity to speak with nearly private and public educational institutions in a well-structured setting. Virginia Sparks, guidance counselor at Roxana High School, likes the regional concept.
This is an event that should be attended by both students and parents," Sparks said. The IAS is a society of professional archaeologists, and other technical professionals, dedicated to identifying and preserving important archaeological resources throughout the state. I also might point out that faculty member Greg Vogel and I, Liz and Angela, as well as other alumnae Lori Belknap and Miranda Yancey, and current student James Powers were authors of six of the 17 papers presented at the conference," Holt said.
The conference and banquet were hosted by the Illinois State Museum. The Illinois Student Assistance Commission received only half of its usual funding for the MAP, which resulted in funding of MAP for the first semester of the academic year but not for the second semester. Quinn cited the need to restore the funding during the upcoming veto sessions in Springfield.
The governor said the MAP grant helps thousands of students each year attend college in Illinois, but many of them may not be able to attend if the MAP is not reinstated, he said. Hundreds of thousands of Illinois citizens have benefited from the Monetary Award Program during its year history in Illinois," he pointed out. MAP helps about , students annually in Illinois. These students range in age from just out of high school to adults and dislocated workers returning to school to gain new skills, or to rebuild their lives.
As part of his remarks to more than people in Goshen Lounge, Quinn also urged students to travel to Springfield for Lobby Day, Oct.
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The veto sessions are scheduled from Oct. After his remarks, the Governor signed a petition banner that was hanging behind the lectern in support of MAP. Each year, the CWF presents various views about world religions and their relevance in today's world. Zhong's presentation will be followed by a question-and-answer discussion.
Refreshments will be served at the Oct. According to Fields, the goal of the CWF is to provide an evening of learning and fellowship, and an opportunity to tell visitors more about the Friends of the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability. Buckminster Fuller. It was designed in by Fuller, a renowned theorist and inventor. Also included in the group are the two ministerial directors headquartered at the center. For more information about the Oct. The engineering firms Oates Associates and Bric Partnership are writing specifications and plan to proceed with the project this month.
In addition to the wind-powered generator, some photovoltaic solar panels will be assembled; the expected completion date is spring. Music drawn from the history of American song and jazz repertoire will be featured at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Department of Music's first Jazz Combo Concert at p.
Admission to the Oct. Each year more and more students have been considering SIUE as a first-choice, first-tier school and the University welcomes potential students and their parents for a campus open house in October and November. At both events, Scott Belobrajdic, assistant vice chancellor for Enrollment Management, will present opening remarks at a. Students may speak one-on-one to department representatives at each event during the information fairs in the Goshen Lounge, also on the first floor of the Center, from 10 a.
Check-in and on-site registration begins at a. There is no charge for either event. Results are based on student surveys and institutional data from Students also said they were attracted to the School's "convenient evening hours" and weekend classes "to better manage the work-life-school balance" as well as the school's affordability-the most affordable tuition in Metropolitan St.
Only 30 percent of business schools in the United States are accredited by the organization. The Princeton Review is known for its test-preparation courses, education services, and college and graduate school admission services. Through Emmis Communications of St. Louis, Blake Salger, a graduate of the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Department of Mass Communications coordinated efforts with an SIUE faculty member to present campus green initiatives in a YouTube video commercial to introduce future college students to a unique scholarship opportunity.
Louis Community College. Viewers might have already seen the commercial on E! Retzlaff, who has worked closely on many of the area's most successful green roof projects, was consulted on the coordination of the video. He and his students, Dan Murphy, a graduate student in biological sciences, and Roxane Krutsinger, a senior undergraduate biological sciences student, are featured in the spot. The video and competition details are available for viewing by clicking on the YouTube link or by visiting www. Drug abuse among teens was no laughing matter back then and, of course, it's still relevant today, but playwright Jeffrey Hatcher uses that scenario as a backdrop for making comedy about this country's system of justice.
Hatcher's Good 'N' Plenty is a comedy in which a civics lesson goes bad as instructor Miller tries to teach his students about the system and they end up experiencing the real thing. Its an interesting point that Hatcher chose to set the play in , the country's bi-centennial year," Director Peter Cocuzza said.
The play was written in The teacher, Miller, is intending to teach the constitution in a more provocative way, but it backfires," says Cocuzza, an SIUE professor of theater and dance and chair of that department. The play runs at p. Wednesday through Saturday, Oct. Hatcher's play is full of comic characters as he draws an evening of laughs from a social problem. However, he also manages to make a point about the constitution as a living document.
Cocuzza says the show's energy comes from the characters and, he points out, his actors are up to the task. And, there are the teachers-one is the poetry teacher who lisps. Aside from the political and social messages, we are left with an entertaining cast representing students and faculty working together to educate, learn and to make a difference. We try to get it perfect.
Costume Designer C. Otis Sweezey said his concept for the play was to bring back the clothes that made the s unique. Click here for a photo of cast members: The hip new civics teacher at Wintersville High School, Richard Miller, is in the center of things here in a scene from Good 'N' Plenty. Alex Kowalchik portrays the beleaguered Miller at center whose experiment in teaching the U. Constitution is derailed when reality takes over.
The comedy is filled with zany characters, some of which are shown in the photo. From left, in the back row, are: Deontae Hayden, of Wichita, Kan. As shown in the photo, Richard and Patricia Dremuk recently were honored for their generosity and support of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville's Center for International Programs by having a conference center named after them. The Dremuk Conference Center in the new Student Success Center provides international students, program staff and faculty the opportunity to gather and discuss curricular enhancements and other issues that focus on international student affairs.
The "Saturday Studio" morning art classes for primary, intermediate, middle school students and high school students-conducted by the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Department of Art and Design-continue Oct. According to SIUE Assistant Professor Alyssia Ruggiero, head of the art education division of the department, the studio experience is intended to stimulate the creative and aesthetic growth of students through the use of media and generating ideas for creative expression.
High, Ages , from a. More information about registration, class fee, availability of space, what each class offers, and scheduling may be obtained by calling the SIUE Department of Art and Design, , or, from St. A program focusing on trade finance and reducing international risks to expand sales will take place from noon-6 p.
Wednesday, Oct. Main topics at the seminar will include short-term working capital loans for exports; export credit insurance programs; international payment methods; letters of credit, foreign exchange and risk protection. The event will feature success stories in international marketing and financing, and meeting and networking opportunities with international leaders, trade professionals and other exporters, as well as discussion about how to move forward with confidence as a business in the challenging global market.
Registration for the program will begin at a. For more information, or to register, call or e-mail International-Trade-Center siue. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Three programs through the Southwestern Illinois Entrepreneurship Center through the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Business will address intellectual property, search engine marketing and patenting.
Intellectual Property will be the topic of a seminar that will take place from noon-2 p. Thursday, Oct. Attendees will learn the basics of copyrights, trademarks and product licensing. The second program, Search Engine Marketing, will take place from a. The final program, Basics of Patenting, will take place from noon-2 p. Friday, Oct. Attendees will learn the process involved in patenting innovations. For more information or to register for any or all of the programs, contact Kristine Jarden, director of the Entrepreneurship Center, , or kjarden siue. Applying to graduate school may seem daunting but Southern Illinois University Edwardsville will help take away some of the mystery during an open house in two sessions from 11 a.
The open house will be conducted in Goshen Lounge, on the first floor of SIUE's Morris University Center, providing information about graduate admission requirements such as deadlines and standardized tests, as well as graduate education financing options, graduate assistantships, competitive graduate awards and graduate scholar awards. According to U. The overall scores are based on the academic preparedness of students, graduation rates, faculty characteristics and the reputation of SIUE in higher education. The event is scheduled from p. Hors d'oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available.
There is no cost to attend the event, but a reservation is requested by Oct. Carlsson-Paige, a professor of early childhood education at Lesley University, has written and spoken extensively about the impact of violence, especially in the media, on children's lives and social development. Her response is to focus on how children learn the skills for caring relationships and positive conflict resolution. At the SIUE event, Carlsson-Paige will speak about the importance of play, healthy relationships and what she refers to as the commercialization of childhood.
This event gives the School of Education the opportunity to continue support of the area's early childhood community," Sherwood said. Carlsson-Paige's caliber in our region. It should be a special evening and of interest to anyone involved with children from birth through third grade.
For more information or to make a reservation, contact the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, , or, Elizabeth Sherwood by e-mail: esherwo siue. Click here for a photo of Carlsson-Paige suitable for print. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Bookstore is playing host to a book signing and discussion from p. Jett, who received both a bachelor's and a master's in history, is an author and historian with special interests in Illinois history, New Mexico history and women's social history.
Jett's latest book is her second for Arcadia Publishing that specializes in regional histories. The event is free and open to the public. The city of Edwardsville, named for territorial governor Ninian Edwards, began as a frontier fort and gateway to settlers. It became the seat of law and government for Madison County, which at that time encompassed much of the Illinois Territory.
The town was incorporated shortly after Illinois became a state in Readers of Edwardsville are given a nostalgic view of the town a hundred years ago with a stroll down Main Street, a walk through City Park, and a glimpse of the week-long Madison County Centennial celebration through the images preserved in early picture postcards of Edwardsville.
Jett has collected these images from multiple private collections for the book and provides a narrative that brings to life these snapshot histories. Two Southern Illinois University Edwardsville students have made it possible for visitors of a popular website to choreograph tours of the Universe. Galaxy Zoo www. The site's visitors are asked to classify galaxies drawn from the robotic Sloan Digital Sky Survey, dividing those with beautiful spiral arms from the rest. With more than million classifications received to date, many users have built up stunning personal collections.
Microsoft Research's WorldWide Telescope WWT is an interactive virtual observatory that allows users to browse the results from some of the world's best telescopes, including the 1 million galaxies of the Sloan survey. The WWT team identifies galaxies as elliptical and spiral. Individuals have been able to use Galaxy Zoo to make these classifications.
Helping to provide a more accurate vision of the sky for all WWT users, the SIUE team hoped to provide Galaxy Zoo users with something special, said Luebbert, noting the students' intent is to encourage people to learn something new and have fun doing it. Working with Microsoft Research, they've made it possible for all of us to inflict our favorite galaxies on everyone in our lives.
This project would not have been possible without the help of Microsoft Research and the collaboration of the Microsoft staff with the students at SIUE, said Sands, adding: "Microsoft was very gracious to work with us. They provided us the tools we needed to allow users to explore their favorite Galaxy Zoo discoveries through a WorldWide Telescope tour. A new book by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Assistant Professor of Sociology Lisa Welch analyzes scholarly discussions about persistent poverty, social welfare policies and the efficacy of traditional theories of political economy.
Welch's research make it quite clear that there are no easy policy solutions to this problem of integrating the underclass as there are deep structural factors behind its persistence…In short, the results of Prof. Welch's research suggest that it is only within such a political and theoretical framework that positive movement on the problem of the underclass will be realized," said Prof. Paget Henry from Brown University, one of the book's reviewers.
Hailed as one of the premier voices of contemporary poetry, Maya Angelou will read from her work Oct. Angelou-renowned poet, author, dancer and activist-will speak at 2 p. Angelou is considered a legend, imparting wisdom to audiences who continue to enjoy the vigor and sheer beauty of her words and lyrics.
Andree said there's a rhythm to her poetry and an elegance in her prose. Angelou connects with those she meets," he said. A native of St. Louis, Ms. Angelou alternated living with her mother and her grandmother in Arkansas during her formative years; at age eight she was raped by her mother's boyfriend, who was then killed by her uncles. The events caused the young Angelou to become mute for six years.
During her teens and early 20s, she spent time as a dancer, "filled with isolation and experimentation.
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Angelou became more serious about writing and her activism during a stint in Ghana as an editor of the African Review. The memoirs chronicle the first 17 years of the author's life, meeting critical acclaim and popular success. In , Ms. She was the first poet to speak at a presidential inauguration since Robert Frost spoke at John F. In addition to a weekly satellite radio show, Ms.
The group will perform a unique hybrid of world music, jazz, classical and folk music-all referred to by Mark as "Global Chamber Music"-which also features the haunting beauty of his Native American flute. The EAC's reaccreditation covered degree programs in civil, electrical, computer, industrial, manufacturing and mechanical engineering. ABET is the recognized accrediting agency of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. ABET accreditation demonstrates a program's commitment to providing its students with a quality education.
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The new season begins at p. Monday, Oct. The move was made to enjoy the concerts series in "a better acoustical setting. The evening will consist of performances by music faculty and guest musicians, as well as coffee, desserts and conversation. Rather than during an intermission, however, the new series will feature the refreshment part of the evening as a "meet the musicians" dessert buffet in an adjoining lobby after each concert.
The Oct. For tickets, contact the Fine Arts box office, Nelson Center in Edwardsville. A complete schedule of events and more information may be found at the Web site: www. Musician and podcaster George Hrab, composer of the show's theme song, accepted the award for the DoA team. The SIUE entry was one of five finalists for this award, with 50 shows receiving nominations. It represents an entire year of daily, user-submitted episodes. I'm honored to be part of it. This award literally goes to a cast of hundreds. I am honored to get to be a part of the team producing this show. Mennenga, and Tracy Hickman to celebrate speculative fiction podcasting.
Podcast shows are nominated by fans, and finalists are chosen by an annually selected steering committee and an independent panel of judges selects winners. Awards are given in several categories, ranging from content to audio quality. Bandwidth is donated by libsyn. Web design is by Gibson. Podcasts may be reproduced and distributed for non-commercial purposes. For more on IYA's dozen cornerstone projects and numerous other related activities, see www.
The performance will begin at 7 p. Louis staging adaptations of various children's stories, using interactive techniques that not only delight children and parents, but also provide a learning experience. Cinder bottom, to be performed by Piwacket Theater for Children, extols a message of kindness in the story about the young girl with the wicked stepmother and her equally wicked daughters. FOTAD also funds scholarships for new freshmen entering the theater and dance program.
Coordinator Chris Herndon, an assistant professor in the School, said the summit has been developed to educate and discuss the concepts of pain and palliative care and how those concepts pertains to today's professional pharmacist. Herndon said recommendations that come out of this summit will lead to pharmacists putting what they've learned into practice. ACPE is the national agency for the accreditation of professional degree programs in pharmacy.
A recent public hearing to address cuts to the state's Monetary Assistance Program MAP funding this spring drew personal stories about the importance of the money from student perspectives. About a dozen students offered public testimonies about the relevance of the funding in helping them achieve their goals of earning undergraduate degrees. The public hearing was held prior to a meeting on campus of members of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission ISAC, which is the group that administers the funding.
ISAC recently launched saveillinoismapgrants. Wednesday, Sept. Starting at pm, the ceremony will include a ribbon cutting. At p. Redmond Collection at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, will focus on the poet, educator, performer, and best-selling author Maya Angelou. The exhibit will open at the library Monday, Sept. The exhibit is a testament to the rich and enduring friendship between Ms. Angelou socializing with fellow artists, performing poetry, celebrating achievements with friends and family, and entertaining guests at her home in North Carolina.
The vibrant versatility of facial expressions, body language and hand motions that Dr. Angelou assumes in the photographs confirms Dr. Redmond's notion about the plus "moods of Maya. Redmond, who was in the vanguard of the Black Arts Movement of the s, said he has had an enduring friendship with the author-poet. So, I'm excited because we have known each other four decades, and now we will share this ritual ground together again. Maya Angelou was born April 4th, , in St. Louis, spending part of her childhood there before moving to Stamps, Ark.
Over the years, Ms. Angelou increased her interest in the arts, taking up dance, acting, singing, and creative writing. In , her bestselling autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings , was published; since then she has authored dozens of other celebrated books. Redmond Collection is one of the greatest post-civil rights collections of African American culture ever assembled," Rambsy said. Speaking about the collection, Redmond points out that SIUE is a fitting place for his work to reside because the University has always been his home, first as a student and then many years later as a faculty member.
Redmond was named poet laureate of East St. He also is founder of the Eugene B. Redmond Writers Club in East St. Poco, credited with starting the country rock phenomenon, will perform at p. Richie Furay and Jim Messina formed Poco after the break-up of the popular Buffalo Springfield, which also included Stephen Stills and Neil Young who went on to forge their own musical legacies. Messina and Furay asked Rusty Young, the newest member of Buffalo Springfield, to join the newly formed group. Also added were bassist Randy Meisner and drummer George Grantham.
A few years after that, Meisner became a founding member of the Eagles and Jim Messina left in to team up with Kenny Loggins. But it was Poco's blend of harmonies and instruments of country music along with rock-n-roll rhythms that paved the way for the country rock supergroups. Enthusiasts of the genre agree that Poco sparked a musical phenomenon that can still be heard in many groups today.
Throughout years of personnel changes, Poco continued to record albums, releasing Legend in which produced one of their signature songs, Crazy Love , in turn becoming a crossover hit on the rock and country charts. In , the original members reunited to record the album Legacy in , which produced the Top 40 hit, Nothin' To Hide. Poco is led today by early members Rusty Young, Paul Cotton and Jack Sundrud, along with drummer George Lawrence, who continue to do about concerts annually.
Last year, the group marked its 40th anniversary. Ticket information, subscription rates and ticket sales are available through the Web site: artsandissues. The brochure contains information about the events and subscription sales for the season.
For additional information about the series, call Grant Andree, Maya Angelou Sunday, Oct. Angelou's unique power to connect with those she meets. A public hearing to address cuts to the state's Monetary Assistance Program funding this spring will take place at 10 a. Students, parents, community organizations and higher education leaders are welcome to participate in the meeting and provide public testimony.
Help us help you get funding restored for this important need-based financial aid program. ISAC provides students of all ages and backgrounds with the resources and support to obtain financial aid for higher education. A state agency, it has paved the path to post-secondary education with innovative programs for more than 50 years. Registration begins 30 minutes before each session. Admission includes meals, parking and handout materials.
Space is limited. The choices are fairly predictable, with only a few surprise additions such as installation artist Marie T. Cochran and ceramicist Sana Musasama. However, the essays are substantial and the reference material is useful. Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland County. Distinguished Visions, Timeless Tradition. January March 21, Group exhibition of African American work in Fayetteville collections. Walton Arts Center. Darrell Walker. January 9-March 27, Text by Michael D. A very substantial collection.
Smith, Cedric Smith, Frank E. Smith, John H. Smith, Bill Taylor, Mildred J. Art Since Strategies of Being. Wifredo Lam is mentioned in passing, but without illus. Flint Community Schools. Black Reflections: Seven Black Artists. Thompson, Charles White. Queens Museum of Art. Sculpture Trends of the 80s. Fresno Arts Center. Fresno Arts Center and Museum. Undercover, the Book as Format. March May 10, African American National Biography. Originally published in 8 volumes, the set has grown to 12 vollumes with the addition of new entries.
Also available as online database of biographies, accessible only to paid subscribers well-endowed institutions and research libraries. As per update of February 2, , the following artists were included in the 8-volume set, plus addenda. A very poor showing for such an important reference work. Adams, Jr. Chandler, Jr. Colescott, Eldzier Cortor, Ernest T. Washington, Jr. Dictionary of Women Artists Vols. Sligh, Alma Thomas. Deja Vu: Masterpieces Updated.
June September 3, Text by Ronald E. Offset printing. Important compendium of writings on masculinity and race. Writers include: Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Nommo Muse: Black Improvisation in California. In: New Art Examiner 7 June North Dakota Museum of Art. Frontiers in Fiber: The Americans. January February 15, Group exhibition that toured for two years in Asia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Texts by 7 critics on aspects of the Academy's history, collections, curriculum and buildings.
Also mentioned in the text is the presence of work by Sam Gilliam and Howardena Pindell in the collection. Most of the African American work was acquired in as the gift of Harold A. Sorgenti; eight works by Horace Pippin were bequeathed in Gallery An Outlet. A Bridge. Scott, Albert A. Smith, Henry O. Tanner, Charles White, Hale Woodruff.
Hampton University. The Spirit of Ritual, the Magic of Technology: performance, installation and digital art. Or for Sale? Important multi-article discussion of the use of racial stereotypes in the visual arts. Articles by Karen C. Dalton, Michael D. Depillars, Joyce J. Special Issue on Printmaking. Long and richly illustrated article by Samella Lewis and Bob Biddle, approx. Checklist of Afro-American Art and Artists. Kent State University Libraries, In: Serif 7 December What could have been the solid foundation of future scholarship is unfortunately marred by errors of all kinds and the inclusion of numerous white artists.
All Black artists are cross-referenced. Amistad Foundation, Wadsworth Atheneum. Martin Luther King Jr. November 14, April 27, CRT's Craftery Gallery. In Celebration of the Samella S. Lewis Collection. Group exhibition of daguerrotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes as well as work by contemporary photographers. Curated by Lisa Henry and Frank Mitchell. Bienal de la Habana V: arte, sociedad, reflexion. May 6-June 30, Holter Museum of Art. Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate.
January April 13, Curated by Katie Knight. Texts by Peter Selz, Liz Gans. The Holter Museum challenged artists to "transform, incorporate or otherwise respond to books of hate propaganda published by the World Church of the Creator. Group exhibition of more than 60 works in sculpture, video, painting, photography, collage, printmaking, book arts, beadwork, fiber and performance contributed by artists from around the country.
Sligh, Delita Pinchback-Martin. New York: Garland, Includes approx. Stout 4to, cloth. The Complete Annotated Resource Guide to Black American art: Books, doctoral dissertations, exhibition catalogs, periodicals, films, slides, large prints, speakers, filmstrips, video tapes, Black museums, art galleries, and much more. A bibliographical reference superceded by Igoe who incorporated all of this information.
AAVAD has not yet consulted or copied this information into the database, except where the reference appeared through other sources. Note: numerous misspellings of artists' names. San Francisco, Artists selected by Henry Hopkins. Includes just one African American artist: Betye Saar. The Menil Collection. June September 21, Texts by Franklin Sirmans, Arthur C. Group exhibition of approx. The title follows Ismael Reed's invention of the term in his collection of poetry Conjure Williams, Richard Wyatt and a few of the early exhibitions of the California African American Museum, founded in Berkeley: University of California Press, While he was still in his twenties, Horace Tapscott gave up a successful career in Lionel Hampton's band and returned to his home in Los Angeles to found the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, a community arts group that focused on providing affordable, community-oriented jazz and jazz training.
Some three hundred artists musicians, vocalists, poets, playwrights, painters, sculptors, and graphic artists passed through these organizations, many ultimately remaining within the community and others moving on to achieve international fame. Based primarily on one hundred in-depth interviews with current and former participants, The Dark Tree is the first history of the important and largely overlooked community arts movement of African American Los Angeles.
The visual arts receive almost no treatment whatsoever in this study. The handful of pages on Noah Purifoy and even less on John Outterbridge are the only substantive mention of the visual arts. The Brockman Gallery receives one paragraph; the Lincoln Motion Picture Company the first black-owned film company receives one sentence. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.
Uncommon Threads: Contemporary Artists and Clothing. Ivoryton CT. ART Gallery Magazine. Special Afro-American issue. Includes: Alonzo J. Artis, Edward M. Driskell, Robert S. Jackson, Hiram E. Johnson, Frederic Jones presumably Frederick D. Jones, Jr. Neal, George E. Neal, Hayward L. Oubre, Jr. Parks, Marion Perkins, Robert S. Pious, Horace Pippin, James A. Reid, John W. Tyler, Ruth G. Wilson, Roger Wilson, Hale A. Woodruff, James E. Re-Living Memories: Picturing Death. In: Ijele: art ejournal of the African World Issue 5 Not remotely encyclopedic. Africus: Johannesburg Biennale February April 30, Contemporary Art in Southern California.
Includes only: Charles Gaines, Betye Saar. A Companion to Contemporary Art Since Wiley-Blackwell, Primarily a series of survey texts on decades and topics. Durham: Duke University Press, Ramsey Jr. Many other artists mentioned in context. Visions of a Spirit. Los Angeles : N. Curated by Richard Wyatt, Jr.
Published in conjunction with an undated survey exhibition early seventies? Oblong 8vo, stapled pictorial wraps. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. February May 19, Group exhibition of works depending on the venue including paintings, collages, works on paper and quilts. Rising: SoCal Artists Before Brief text excerpts from critical reviews of exhibitions and writings of the period. New York: Midmarch Arts Press, Essential reference listing of women artists with brief entries by African American scholars and curators; more than a dozen others are mentioned in passing see below primary list.
It should be mentioned that most performance artists, filmmakers, video artists, folk artists, quilters, most photographers, illustrators, and other categories such as the entire new generation of artists established in the decade preceding publication are omitted. Smith, Grannie Dear Williams.
Black Artists: Up Against the Wall. Full page article on the decreasing opportunities for black artists to exhibit in New York compared to the spate of exhibitions in Williams's and Ed Clark's latest paintings, and the even fewer opportunities available to black women artists with Howardena Pindell leading the list. Kornblau, Gary, ed. Art Issues 11 May This issue inclued article on Betye and Alison Saar. La Jolla Museum of Art. Dimensions of Black. February March 29, Included: Cleveland J. Bellow, Elizabeth Catlett, Dan R. Concholar, Robert S. Thomas, et al. Laguna Art Museum.
Southern California Artists Text by Maudette W. Woman as Mythmakers: Poetry and Visual Arts. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Stretching the Canvas [Video]. Los Angeles: Fellows of Contemporary Art, A history of African American art from the seventeenth-century to the '90s. Revised and updated from Lewis's original publication Art: African American Foreword by Floyd Coleman.
Artists include: the slaves of Thomas Fleet, Boston,. Scipio Moorhead, Neptune Thurston, G. Porter, William E. Reprinted Art: African American. Los Angeles: Hancraft, Excellent survey of African American art as of the mids, with a discriminating selection of plates. Unfortunately very poor quality reproductions. Second revised ed. WADDY, eds. Black Artists on Art Vol. Los Angeles: Contemporary Crafts, Inc. The later edition leaves out some artists in this first edition, replacing them with others.
An important reference work. Britt, Sr. Chandler, Donald E. Green, Jr. Greene, Eugene Grigsby, Jr. Hayden, Benjamin W. Longshore, David Mann, Phillip L. Mason, Bill Maxwell, Lawrence W. Outterbridge, William Pajaud, James D. Parks, Angela L. Roberts, Brenda Rogers, Charles D. Vaughn, Ruth G. Waddy, Lawrence M. Williams as Laura G. Small 4to 26 cm. First printing. Revised ed.
Lewis, Samella, ed. Black Art: an international quarterly Vol. Artwork by: Winston Branch, Albert E. Hoard, Edward M. Jeffries; "Profile of Michael A. Cummings;" "George H. Smith, Sculptor" by Jack Quinan, the Wetlands Heritage duck decoy carvers , Luce Turnier numerous color plates, photo of artist ; portfolio of images of African sculpture.
Articles include: Bert D. Center Gallery, Bucknell University. April June 6, Smith, Jack Whitten, William T. Excellent survey with many dozens of additional artists mentioned in passing. Aspects of the 70's: African American Art of the 70's. May June 15, Aspects of the 70's was a multi-institutional collaboration on 6 individual exhibitions, each with a catalogue. African American Art of the 70's, curated by Barry Gaither, was the only show to include black artists.
New York: Pantheon, Johnson, K. Smith, James Son Ford. Numerous others named in passing or mentioned briefly in the footnotes. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, Foreword by Margaret Rose Vendryes; intro. Portrait images by photographer Fern Logan. Williams, Mel Wright, and others. Whitechapel Art Gallery. June 7-September 4, Curated by Dr. Petrine Archer-Straw, David A. Bailey, Richard J.
Raymond Saunders: Some Choices. Summer, Lagrange, Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles October 2, January 11, Group exhibition of works by 35 artists. Curated by Kellie Jones. The Book as Art. December 3, January 15, Announcement card. Silver and red offset lithograph. Black Mirror. The Drawing Show.
Included: Betye Saar, et al. California African American Museum. April 7-October 2, Text by Lizzetta Lefalle-Collins. A Vibrant Force - Our Children. September October 20, Group exhibition in celebration of the International Year of the Child. September December 5, Scott, et al. January April 2, Part Two of the exhibition, Pathways, included artwork created between and Curated by Dale Brockman Davis. Jeffrey, Jr. Wilson, Richard Wyatt, Milton Young. Thru December 10, Included: John E.
Dowell, Jr. Scott, Phyllis Thompson, et al. June September 2, Exhibition of over works. Blacks in and out of the Box. September December 30, Group exhibition featuring 20 works from the permanent collection as well as historic and contemporary loans ranging from photos of African Americans on the frontier to contemporary video. Curated by Lisa Henry. Includes DVD. October 9-December 27, Text by Paulette S. Curated by Alitash Kebede. Permanent Collection: New Acquistions. March July 29, Group exhibition of newly acquired work. Homework, ; Edward M.
Place of Validation: Art and Progression. September 29, April 1, Group exhibition of work by over 84 artists. Funded as part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time exhibitions, but without funding for a catalogue. September 29, April 2, Included: Noah Purifoy, Betye Saar, et al. Recent Acquisitions - Curatorial Selections. June September 7, September, The Banks Family Collection. November 14, February 22, Sixty works of art from the Leon O.
Banks Collection, collected since March 7-August 14, Exhibition checklist: Pippin, Douglas, White, B. Andrews, Ashby, B. Johnson, Motley, S. July 22, January 15, Text by Sharon F. Williams, and John Wilson. October 4, January 11, Curated by Kris Kuramitsu and Rita Gonzalez. California State University-Los Angeles.
October 3-November 10, Included: Marvin Harden, Betye Saar. March April 30, September October 16, Curated with foreword by Frederick Wight; text by James A. Includes: Charles Alston, Edward M. Hollingsworth, Richard Hunt, Daniel L. Fellows of Contemporary Art. Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California. Gallery Curated by Suzanne Jackson. Possibly the first African American women's art exhibition in California. Paul Getty Museum. An extraordinary near-exclusion of African American artists from a purportedly comprehensive account of the development of art in Los Angeles during a critical 25 year period.
Information on galleries and collections including the Golden State Mutual Collection 51 lines, no illus. Jack Rutberg Fine Arts. Art of Engagement. Some Assembly Required: Assemblage and Collage. Group exhibition of 50 works by approximately three dozen artists, seemingly an enlargement of the exhibition launched by Santa Cruz in Jack Tilton Gallery.
Object and David Hammons Body Prints. October November 22, ; Book published in The group exhibition of work from the s and s was held in Curated by Cecil Fergerson. Mary's College. Judson Gallery of Contemporary and Traditional Art. October 7, January 6, Group exhibition of 11 artists. Korean Cultural Center. Thru October 16, Group exhibition of work by six artists. Curated by Josine Ianco Starrels. Gallery 32 and its Circle. January March 22, Group exhibition of work by artists associated with Gallery 32, founded by Suzanne Jackson, an important Los Angeles alternative art gallery exhibiting African American artists.
Black Artist Invitational. Dimensional Prints. February-June, Human Nature: Contemporary Art from the Collection. March July 4, Group exhibition of approximately 75 works of art. Curated by: Christine Y. Kim and Franklin Sirmans. February 8-March 19, Text by Carroll Greene, Jr. Wilson, Richard Wyatt, et al. August 19, March 30, Large exhibition of work with only two works by African American artists: Betye Saar's "Gris Gris Guardian," , and John Outterbridge's "John Ivery's Truck: Hauling Away the Traps and Saving the Yams," - both are obvious add-ons, not to speak of late additions to the collection; neither is even a work from the period covered by the exhibition.
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. March May 5, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Waldie, and an informative interview with John Outterbridge by Jeffrey Herr. June August 16, In English and Spanish. January April 10, The historical first section of a three-part retrospective of African American artists in Los Angeles, covering the years Curated by Leonard Simon. Features nearly twenty artists. Included: Herman Kofi Bailey, Jr. Approaches to Xerography. June 5-July 7, Included: Betye Saar and Raymond Saunders. Connections: LA Printmaking to October 29, January 3, LAPS 20th National.
Group exhibition of artists, as well as recent prints selected from eight of the celebrated Los Angeles presses: Cirrus Editions, Gemini G. Included: Kori Newkirk, Betye Saar, et al. February April 15, Large group exhibition curated by Dextra Frankel. Catalogue text by Suvan Geer. Included: Sandra A. Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. April 4-June 18, Work in all media by over international artists from Conelia H. Butler and Lisa Gabriel Mark, eds.
Beasley, Hassinger, Honeywood, Saar. Group exhibition of four Los Angeles women artists. Louis Stern Fine Arts. April June 7, January February 29, Multi-venue group exhibition. Curator Malik Gaines. Lytton Center of the Visual Arts. Curated by Josine Ianco-Starrels. The Artist's Museum. September 19, January 24, Group exhibition of over artists. Mount St. October 1, February 13, Group exhibition of approximately works by artists. As excluding of black art as the period in question.
Includes only: Robert H. Natural History Museum. A History of Los Angeles. Artistic Evolution: Southern California Artists. Otis Art Institute. Festival in Black: Otis Art Exhibition. December, Betye Saar: Red Time. September December 17, Included: Alison Saar and Betye Saar. The Road Ahead. June July 28, Security Pacific Bank. Contemporaries: 17 Artists. January-March, An exhibition of contemporary American women artists, all of whom were living and working in Southern California in Includes 12 works by Betye Saar with full-page color plate of "Seated Ladies with Trees" , mixed media hankie collage.
Saar's statement reads: "Mostly my work is about energy The materials I select have this energy; the found objects mixed media are all recycled, layered, encased. There are secrets everywhere and everywhere revelations; my work is about both. Security Pacific National Bank. Art Expressions on Paper. Tobey C. Moss Gallery. And Friends November December 30, Modernist Women. April 5-June 28, October 1-December 29, On Common Ground. Paper Passion January March 29, Shifting Dimensions: Sculptors on Paper.
The Artist as Social Critic. February April 22, Included: Betye Saar's screenprint "National Racism" The She of It. Thirty Years of California Modernism. September December 31, University Galleries and Southern Illinois University. Small Environments. October-December, Watts Towers Art Center. September 9, January 6, Group exhibition of 74 artists. Curated by Lili Bernard. Dickson, George Evans, Varnette P. Washington, Charles White, Richard Wyatt, et al. Forty Years of California Assemblage. April 4-May 21, Texts by Peter Boswell, Philip Brookman, et al. January 9-February 25, Unique multiple spiral binding design to match this mother-daughter exhibition by two major contemporary artists.
Oblong 4to 23 x 31 cm. Diaries, Notebooks, and Journals by Women Artists. Included Betye Saar.
Eight Los Angeles Women Artists. Group exhibition of work by African American women artists. Curated by Betye Saar. March Women's Building. Contemporary Issues: Works on Paper by Women. February 3-March 1, Museum of Texas Tech University. January 1-March 31, Traveling exhibition of 75 works painting, drawing, prints, sculpture by 38 artists. Race, Sex, and Gender in Contemporary Art. New York, Abrams, Includes chapters on Afro-American, Afro-Brit. Uniquely interesting book. Women Artists of the Twentieth Century.
Inside the L. Salt Lake City: Gibbs M. Smith, Inc. Pop Art and Vernacular Cultures. Mercer's article focuses on an analysis of the dual socio-aesthetics of Robert Colescott, David Hammons, and Betye Saar. London and New York: I. Tauris, September October 2, Tamiami Campus, October , Miami FL. American Art Today: Fantasies and Curiosities. September November 5, Avant-garde contemporary group show curated by Dahlia Morgan; essay by Dominique Nahas.
Over 20 women artists including: Betye Saar 2 color plates and Joyce Scott 1 color plate. Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University. Shades of Black ness. January March 3, Two-person exhibition: Jacob Lawrence and Betye Saar. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. October November 24, Note the list of artists in the traveling show seems to have been somewhat different. The same 30 were shown at the IBM Gallery, NY April May 29, but the brochure indicates that 8 smaller works were substituted for the works exhibited in Minneapolis.
Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art. Works by Betye, Lezley and Alison Saar.