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John McNaughtan, a professor emeritus of art, created this piece titled

Galleries showcase artistry of wood

Emma Corry, Features Editor September 24, 2019

A wooden dresser with a flower on top sits in the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries. John McNaughton, a professor emeritus of art, made the piece titled “Reliquary” for a woman named Ann Lannert. The...

Kevin Titzer’s piece titled “Chapter 23: Sack Race with Knives,” a large-scale installation made of reclaimed materials from the Evansville area, will be revealed Saturday in gallery three.

Reclaiming the discarded

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer September 25, 2018

Wood pallets, an old Halloween bucket and other odds and ends found around Evansville litter the floor of McCutchan Art Center and Pace Galleries as Hannah Spurgeon watched artist Kevin Titzer construct...

“Stephen Pace: An Artist’s Process” honors Stephen Pace for the 10th anniversary of the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries and will be displayed until Sept. 10.

Honoring Stephen Pace

Emma Corry, Staff Writer August 21, 2018

Susan Sauls said artists don’t just sit down and create a masterpiece. The university’s summer exhibit, “Stephen Pace: An Artist's Process” features the work of Stephen Pace to celebrate...

Featured artist inspires students

Featured artist inspires students

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer February 20, 2018

Logan Tharp said that hearing Sarah Martin’s journey helps young artist see where they are going and could possibly be in 10 years. Martin is the assistant professor of art at Murray State University...

Exhibit blends creativity with everyday objects

Exhibit blends creativity with everyday objects

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer February 6, 2018

Jalon Dowell “The whole concept is miniature chairs and it’s amazing to see how many variations artists take that idea and the different results that come out of it,” Michelle Higgins said. As...

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