Arts News

  • Joseph Nordmann
    Impressionist painter and BGSU alumnus Joseph Nordmann ‘43, together with Texas art gallery owners Frances and Ray Ramsey, donated “Moss Landing Clouds” to the University. The painting was given in honor of his father, Dr. Bernard Frederick Nordmann, who taught history and political science at Bowling Green State University from 1931 through the mid 1950s.

  • Legendary Lou Krueger, Professor of Photography to speak, show work
    Continuing to celebrate notable faculty across the Arts, the Bowling Green State University School of Art cordially invites you to the second lecture in the new Legends Series on Friday, April 4 in the Fine Arts Center, room 204.

  • 'Frankenstein' receives media attention
    The upcoming production of 'Frankenstein' has been enjoying some local media attention as the BGSU Department of Theatre & Film gears up for opening night this Thursday, (March 27) at 8 p.m. in the Eva Marie Saint Theatre at the Wolfe Center for the Arts.

  • Hershberger Releases New Photography Anthology
    BOWLING GREEN, O. – Bowling Green State University associate professor Dr. Andrew E. Hershberger has recently compiled and edited a new book about photography, “Photographic Theory: An Historical Anthology,” published by Wiley-Blackwell.

  • Legends Series Launched
    The Bowling Green State University School of Art invites students and the community to the first lecture in the new "Legends" series, celebrating notable faculty across the arts, at 6 p.m. March 28 in 204 Fine Arts Center. The lecture features Distinguished Artist Professor Thomas Muir, chair of the 3-Dimensional Studies division and head of the jewelry and metals area.

  • ARTalk discusses future possibilities
    Current and prospective art students will want to be on hand for the upcoming ARTalk entitled “Where Next?: The Future of Art (School/Work/World),” and attend the opening of the BFA Senior Thesis exhibition this March 22. The Bowling Green State University School of Art will host three art educators and professionals discussing future possibilities for art students at 4 p.m. in room 204 of the Fine Arts Center as a prelude to the exhibition opening reception that evening.