The WCU Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center presents the School of Art and Design Faculty Biennial Exhibition 2019, on display form Jan. 15 – May 3, with a reception on Jan. 17.

Outside of the classroom, faculty members in the School of Art & Design are active artists and scholars who make significant contributions to the arts. They regularly exhibit in venues across the globe, from New York to Los Angeles to Japan, and speak at major conferences in their fields.

The School of Art and Design Faculty Biennial Exhibition provides students and the public an opportunity to view recent work created by these distinguished faculty members whose primary research output is studio-based.

Exhibiting School of Art and Design Faculty: Erin Adams, Tom Ashcraft, Heather Mae Erickson, Jon Jicha, Justin Morgan Kennedy, Kevin Kirkpatrick, Ron Laboray, Mary Anna LaFratta, Matt Liddle, Susan Alta Martin, Greg McPherson, Leigh Ann Parrish, Nathan Perry, Laura Sellers, Erin Tapley and Richard Tichich.

The faculty of the WCU School of Art and Design bring to the studio and classroom a commitment to the process of innovation and skill-building as well as their range of experience as makers, collaborators and researchers. Collectively, the faculty have received recognition and support from Fulbright, National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts.

All WCU Fine Art Museum exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public. For further information, please visit arts.wcu.edu/biennial or call 227-3591.

The Museum is open Tuesday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Thursday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. The WCU Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center is located at 199 Centennial Drive, Cullowhee. Free parking is available onsite.

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