You Show Me Yours, I'll Show You Mine - MTSU Exhibit

You Show Me Yours, I'll Show You Mine - MTSU Exhibit | Kyle Baker, Kayla Connelly, Aubrey Griggs, Lauren Hughes, Tabitha Leathers, Justin Lessard, Travis Luna, AJ Martin Stills, Carlos Paredes, Erin Potter, Morgan Rotenberry, Alisa Stoll, Andrew Turner, Tucker Webb, Russell White, Sienna Williams and Noelle Yeargins, Murfreesboro news, MTSU news

 

You Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine: YOUR MOVE is a collaborative and interactive exhibit organized by the Drawing III students of Department of Art Assistant Professor Melissa Newman at MTSU.

  • Students included are Kyle Baker, Kayla Connelly, Aubrey Griggs, Lauren Hughes, Tabitha Leathers, Justin Lessard, Travis Luna, AJ Martin Stills, Carlos Paredes, Erin Potter, Morgan Rotenberry, Alisa Stoll, Andrew Turner, Tucker Webb, Russell White, Sienna Williams and Noelle Yeargins.

Working through the MTSU Department‚Äôs Student Gallery Committee (SGC), Newman stated, ‚ÄúThe premise of the exhibit is that each gallery attendee be invited to participate in a collaborative drawing event located in Todd Art Gallery 210 (Todd Building) February 5-14, 2014. Drawing III student Russell White adds, ‚ÄúYou will be expected to contribute to existing drawings or even begin a new one.¬† It is our hope that through the combination of different subject matters and techniques new ideas will be created that could never come from a single artist.‚ÄĚ Newman concludes, ‚ÄúHaving shared authorship will hopefully allow for more creative freedom and playfulness that what is typically found in the more traditional academic drawing classes.‚ÄĚ

The event will remain in progress until the close of the exhibit.  The resulting work will be donated to the Department of Art’s annual sale benefiting student scholarships.

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All Todd Art Gallery exhibits, lectures, and receptions are free and open to the public. For more information, parking, and directions contact Eric V. Snyder by email: eric.snyder@mtsu.edu or at 615-898-5653.

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