The Plattsburgh State Art Museum and the Plattsburgh State Art Department present the annual spring ritual of student accomplishment in the visual arts, the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition 2002. The exhibition is in the Myers Lobby Gallery from March 9 to April 16, 2002.|
The exhibition includes 132 works by 49 student artists in sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and ceramics.
|The production of the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition is a practical application of the principles and crafts learned in AR 472-473, Museum Studies, and a display of the knowledge gained by students in the studios of the Art Department. Supported by the Student Association and under the tutelage of the Museum Staff and mentorship of the Art Department faculty, the students conceive, develop regulations, set dates, register, design, publicize, install and jury the exhibition. Both the result and the process are a learning experience and a preparation for the future.|
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The Plattsburgh State Art Department is dedicated to enriching its students' lives through the creation of art, the aesthetic experience, and historical and critical studies. By providing a stimulating, diverse and nurturing learning environment, the faculty develops students' confidence and ability in art; improves critical thinking; and inspires a lifelong interest. As mentors, faculty members inspire art majors to achieve their highest professional aspirations, and to contribute to the art world and larger community. The Art Department offers comprehensive BA and BFA programs in the creation and history of art. Students obtain a solid foundation in studio and art history, acquire broad experience in a variety of media, and concentrate in the areas of their choice. With faculty as mentors, students develop skills, creativity, aesthetic awareness, and knowledge in preparation for a variety of careers.
Special credit goes to Seamus Keane for his organizational skills; to Dean DeLano for his design skills and professionalism; and to Stephanie Smith, Emily Gardner, Lorraine Delaney, Katie McMahon, Dan Lindsey, Alice Jolly, Carrie Cahill and Ryan Breck for their installation skills and overall helpfulness.
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The Plattsburgh State Art Museum, State University of New York, was created in the summer of 1989 by President Charles O. Warren and the College Council. The museum is a result of a long tradition of visual art presentations on campus, which began in the normal school of Principal Hawkins and developed with the Burke Gallery, Rockwell Kent Gallery, Winkel Sculpture Court, Slatkin Glass Collection Study Room and the Sculpture Park. The Museum is comprised of over 4,500 works of art, representing numerous regions of the world, from the ancient to the contemporary. These facilities produce over twenty-five exhibitions a year of both a national and regional nature. Expanding upon the pluralistic ideal of Andre Malreaux's concept of a "Museum Without Walls," the Plattsburgh State Art Museum has become an open visual art resource for the College and the Champlain Valley/Adirondack Region.