October 1 - November 7
Willard Wankelman Gallery
The BGSU Graphic Design Program is proud and excited to invite you to join us for ALIGNED, a celebration of 40+ years of graphic design at Bowling Green State University! To celebrate such a special occasion, we are working on a graphic design exhibition showcasing our amazing alumni and are seeking contribution from your work. ALIGNED is a way to highlight all the accomplishments of the alumni from the design program and to celebrate how far the program has come.
Big Data. Big Design. A talk by author Helen Armstrong
Oct. 1, 2021 / 5pm – 6pm
Helen Armstrong is an associate professor of graphic design at North Carolina State University. She has an MA in English Literature from The University of Mississippi, an MA in Publication Design from the University of Baltimore and an MFA in Graphic Design from The Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work has been recognized by Print and HOW Magazine, and included in numerous publications in the U.S. and the UK.
Currently, Armstrong is combining her knowledge of participatory practice with computational thinking to explore the potential of intelligent interfaces (i.e. machine learning) to address the needs of individuals with disabilities. Her new book, Big Data. Big Design. Why Designers Should Care About Machine Learning launches October 19, 2021, and we are excited to host her on the precipe of this new work!
Art and Black Male Subjectivity
BGSU Fine Arts Center Galleries
September 24th - November 7th
Curated by respected art expert Michael Harris, an Emory University art history professor and a 1971 BGSU School of Art graduate, Visible Man will present a creative look at the complexity of Black males through cultural, racial and personal lenses as expressed by women and men of color.
Thomas Hilty: Remembrance
BGSU Fine Arts Center - Willard Wankelman Gallery
September 3rd - September 21st
The BGSU Galleries and Faculty invite you for a visual tribute to this artist and teacher who contributed so much to bring us to the stature and recognition the we enjoy today, and who created so much beautiful, memorable and meaningful art.