Krista Rose Frohling, a graduate student in mass communication and media arts from St. Louis, explains a piece from her thesis project,
“Transitions,” Friday at the University Museum. “Transitions” documents the last three years of her goal to complete her MFA degree, including her
commutes from St. Louis to Carbondale. The thesis project features 250 canvas prints and more than 40 digital inkjet prints of still photography,
as well as installation art. “Transitions” will run until Saturday.
LEWIS MARIEN · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Graduate student’s transitions on display

Art inspiration can strike anywhere — even on a commute.  Art inspired the spark behind “Transitions,” an art thesis project from Krista Rose Frohling, a graduate student in mass communication and media arts from St. Louis. The art is derived ... Continue Reading →

Artist rediscovers self in ‘Re-collection’ exhibit

    One artist is rediscovering her passion for an art form she has worked with for 20 years and exhibited new work Friday at the University Museum. C.J. Niehaus, a graduate student in art from Cincinnati, displayed her thesis project in the ... Continue Reading →

Two exhibits, one date

‘Eco’ art show hopes to leave green footprint   The University Museum will host an art exhibit this weekend that can only be described as “ecomodern.” At least, that’s what this art form should be called if it had a name at all, said Michael ... Continue Reading →

Totem pole travels long road to home

A totem pole on permanent display at the University Museum took the long way to Faner Hall. The pole was made in Alaska, where a vacationing Chicagoan bought it in the early 1960s. It spent some years in Herb and Gwendolyn Miller’s front yard at their ... Continue Reading →
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