A few years ago, William Tallman and his friends, who were students of West Liberty, founded the art club. They believed that everyone has a talent, and the main thing the art club stands for is to be able to reveal your creativity. West Liberty Art Club has opened doors for students for three years already. Tallman is a visual…
By Dakota Knotts, Online Editor Last month on Jan. 15, the Nutting Gallery had its first show of the semester “Superstations”, WLU Art Faculty Exhibition. The gallery showcased many wonderful works of art and offers variety from collage, painting, and sculptures to more unique pieces.
By Yijing Shen, Distribution Manager The West Liberty University’s annual MAD Festival will take place on WLU campus on Friday, April 12, 2019. The competition is open for submissions between Jan. 14 and March 1, 2019.
By Walker Polivka, Contributing Writer West Liberty University is now accepting entries for its annual RECAP competition. RECAP, which stands for REsearch, Creative Activity, and Performance, will be held this spring on March 20.
By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager West Liberty University students of Printmaking I, taught by Assistant Professor of Art Martyna Matusiak, participated in a portfolio exchange with students from Muhlenberg College’s Printmaking I class taught by Professor Emily Orzech.
By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the Nutting Gallery hosted “Courting Wonder,” an exhibition featuring the works of Thomas Wharton. The gallery displayed astounding works of art that could have only been achieved through years of hard work and passion towards his craft.
By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) returned to West Liberty University after a two years hiatus. AIGA is a professional organization for graphic designers, media designers and other fields of visual communication that offers individuals the opportunity to network and participate in other events.
By Walker Polivka, Contributing Writer A project in the making for many years has finally achieved its goal this fall. A new ceramics studio has opened up in the basement of Krise Hall. The impact of this new studio has been felt immediately throughout campus.
By Tyler Huggins, Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Aug. 29, the hilltop’s own Nutting Gallery began hosting an exhibition called “Piece by Piece” by two sisters Sarah Davis and Lisa Parker. The show displayed several beautiful pieces of work that showed what happens when quilting meets the digital arts.