Angela Kelly: All is Not What it Might Seem
October 5- November 5
All is Not What it Might Seem documents a poetic response to the concept of place, foregrounding the artist's desire for a visual cacophony of still moments which speak to layered history.
August 31- October 1
An exhibition of new creative works from the faculty within
The Department of Art, Communication, English, and World Languages
at Mansfield University.
Poster Design by Martha Campbell
An exhibition of work by graduating students from the Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Program.
The mission of the Art History and Graphic Design Programs at Mansfield University is to develop and sustain flourishing programs within the visual arts that support the needs of Mansfield University students, as well as members of the community seeking personal enrichment.
The Art History and Graphic Design Programs will continue to meet the needs of tomorrow’s students, helping them to cultivate careers as art educators, art historians, graphic designers, museum facilitators, and as leaders and entrepreneurs within our communities.
Through all interactions, the Art History and Graphic Design Programs strive to exemplify and teach respect for the art and scholarly community, engendering positive character, the ability to think critically, give and receive constructive feedback, and conduct their actions in an ethical and professional manner. Seamlessly imbedded into the curriculum, is a focus on visual literacy and global awareness, creating a vibrant and comprehensive visual arts program—inherent to the fabric of any strong, liberal arts university and essential in developing individuals who will grow, care for, and leave a positive imprint on the world.
The Art History and Graphic Design Program will serve as a cultural center of the visual arts for the University and outlying communities.
Through ongoing evaluation of program goals, content and structure, Art History and Graphic Design will remain vital, innovative, and in step with current best practices.
By continuing to foster a creative and flexible program structure, the Art History and Graphic Design Programs will seek to provide an educational format that provides students with the ability to acquire necessary life and career competencies.
With the support of the University and the Department of Art, Communication, English and World Languages, the Art History and Graphic Design Programs will continue to offer a gallery venue through which professional artists, students, and faculty may exhibit their artwork—further establishing accessibility of the arts within our region.