Geographies of Community
Reception: Sept 12, 4-7 pm
Curated by Dr. Kim Kozak, who is the coordinator for the Geotourism program at EMU. Her research focuses on the social organization of space and cultural landscapes, tourism, and micro-geographies.
Three themes for the exhibit coincide with the UNWTO World Tourism Day themes from last year and this year: “water, community, and tourism in my community.” Students, faculty, and staff from EMU, as well as local community members, have been asked to contribute original photos/art that represent some aspect of these themes with a short written caption of what they see in the photo.
Join us at the reception Friday, Sept. 12 at 4 p.m. where Professor Kelly Victor-Burke will talk about “Why experiential learning matters: A case study of Geotourism in the Grand Traverse Region – Pure Michigan field course.”
Interactive: Visitors are encouraged to bring pictures they have taken that represent the theme and add to the exhibit on our “pin board.”
Drawing to win: Visitors can add their name to the box for a change to win a large professional photograph, matted & ready for framing.
5th Annual Great Lakes “Small Works” Juried Exhibit
Oct 2 – 25, 2014
Friday Oct 3, 5-7 pm
Great Things That Come in Small Packages!
Artists from the eight Great Lakes states are represented in this exhibit. Although the majority are from Michigan we have artwork from Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
All art in this exhibit measures 12 inches or smaller. For 2D, that includes the frame. This is a must see show!
All Things Pottery
Call for Artists
Pottery Artists go to Prospectus Page
Deadline: Oct 16, 2014
Exhibit dates: Oct 30 – Nov 22 , 2014