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Athena Tacha: Tape Sculptures, Wright State University Art Gallery Oct 1978

Athena Tacha: Tape Sculptures, Wright State University Art Gallery

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features work by artist Athena Tacha from her exhibition Tape Sculptures. The exhibition was held at the Wright State University Galleries from October 21 through November 3, 1978.


Leif Brush: Graspable Atmospheres: Sky Filters, Wind Envelopes, And Clear Space From The Terrain Instruments Structure Series, Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University Apr 1978

Leif Brush: Graspable Atmospheres: Sky Filters, Wind Envelopes, And Clear Space From The Terrain Instruments Structure Series, Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

Catalog for the exhibition of Leif Brush's show Graspable Atmospheres: Sky filters, wind envelopes, and clear space from the Terrain Instruments Structure Series. The exhibit was featured at the Fine Arts Gallery at Wright State University from April 27 through May 18, 2978.


Michelle Stuart: Incidents Of Travel, The Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University Apr 1978

Michelle Stuart: Incidents Of Travel, The Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

Catalog for the exhibition of Michelle Stuart's show "Incidents of Travel." The Exhibit was featured at the Fine Arts Gallery at Wright State University from April 7 through April 20, 1978.


Richard Fisher - Current Charts: Chosen Lands, Wright State University Fine Arts Gallery Feb 1978

Richard Fisher - Current Charts: Chosen Lands, Wright State University Fine Arts Gallery

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

"Current Charts: Chosen Lands", by Richard Fisher, was the title of an exhibition ho s ted by the Fine Arts Gallery from February 9 through March 1, 1978. It comprised sixty-six works spatially and formally separated into two groups by the two levels of the gallery. The lower level presented forty-one works, primarily surface castings of specific sites along the Massachusetts coast, while the upper level housed the artist's Eco-Earth , an incomplete series of twenty-five imaginative drawings.


Alpha, Trans, Chung: A Photographic Model: Semiotics, Film, And Interpretation, University Art Galleries, Wright State University Jan 1978

Alpha, Trans, Chung: A Photographic Model: Semiotics, Film, And Interpretation, University Art Galleries, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog presents Peter D'Agostino's exhibit Alpha, Trans, Chung: A Photographic Model: Semiotics, Film, and Interpretation held at Wright State University Art Galleries in 1978. The catalog provides a brief description of each part of the exhibit as well as essays by Rae Blakeney, Alain Robbe-Grillet, William Luhr, and more.


Quintessence: The Alternative Spaces Residency Program Number 1, The Wright State University Department Of Art Jan 1978

Quintessence: The Alternative Spaces Residency Program Number 1, The Wright State University Department Of Art

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

The gallery guide discusses the works that comprised the 1977-1978 Alternative Space Residency Program which was sponsored by the Dayton City Beautiful Council and Wright State University. This particular guide featured the work of artists Alice Aycock, Jody Pinto, George Trakas, Siah Armajani, and Charles Simonds. Quintessence number one showcases the first year of a six year long project.


16 Projects/4 Artists 1977-1978, Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University Jan 1978

16 Projects/4 Artists 1977-1978, Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

During the spring and summer of 1975 Wright State University organized a cooperative workshop/exhibitions program with three other institutions and, in 1976, received the support of the National Endowment for the Arts. This publication represents the second such program in what is hoped will be a continuing series.

The program consisted of sending four prominent contemporary artists to each of four schools during the 1977-78 academic year. The artists selected to participate in this project were Laurie Anderson, Dennis Oppenheim, Michelle Stuart, and William Wegman, each of whom works in diverse media and materials, and all of whom represent ...


Bronze Sculptures : A Thesis Report, Michael T. Story Jan 1978

Bronze Sculptures : A Thesis Report, Michael T. Story

Dissertations and Theses

A thesis report submitted by Michael T. Story in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture.