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Sep 15 2014 - 2:01pm
“Gift Drawing #1: Blossom”, Billy Renkl and Susan Bryant, Ambrotype and Collage, 2014

“Gift Drawing #1: Blossom”, Billy Renkl and Susan Bryant, Ambrotype and Collage, 2014

Professors Susan Bryant and Billy Renkl will give a gallery tour at the Customs House Museum this Wednesday, September 17th at 12:15. They will be discussing their work in the current exhibit: Even When: Recent works by Susan Bryant and Billy Renkl. The event is free and open to the public.

Sep 15 2014 - 11:41am



The Design Gallery is located on the second floor of the Morgan University Center.


Cleghorn’s Artist Statement:

This collection of work is the product of a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship designed as a creative project that used scientific methods in order to create fine art. The goal was to explore the relationship between a person and a sense of place and to create nontraditional portraits. These portraits focus less on the likeness of an individual and explore the link between people and the affinity they have for particular geographic locations. Each portrait was created by taking measurements of an individual’s face that were translated into “elevations”. This data was then used to produce a topographic map using specialized spatial analysis software called ESRI ArcMap. The interpolated map was overlaid onto a United States Geological Survey quadrangle map of a location significant to each individual. Some individuals chose their birthplace, others chose a place that they had a life changing experience. The result of this project was a collection of portraits that capture the essence of each individual’s personality and the connection they have with geography.


Sep 15 2014 - 10:40am



There will be an interest meeting for a new APSU Chapter of Kappa Pi 2:30 pm on Friday September 19 in the Trahern Gallery.

Visit for more information about Kappa Pi or email Barry Jones, Kappa Pi faculty advisor.

Sep 9 2014 - 9:59am


Almnus Greg Sand is featured in a artist profile in the September issue of Nashville Arts magazine, profile by Karen Parr-Moody. See how his work has developed since he started this project as a senior at APSU.

Sep 5 2014 - 3:24pm

bird's words, 44x38 ink and watercolor on paper

A survey of works on paper, featuring works by: Paul Collins, Patrick DeGuira, Brady Haston, Megan Lightell, Todd McDaniel, Vesna Pavlovic, Chris Scarborough, Hans Schmitt-Matzen, Ward Schumaker, Karen Seapker, Lars Strandh, Lain York . The exhibition will run from September 6 – 27, 2014.

Zeitgest Gallery