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October 1 - December 31, 2013

SharrieWilliams-GLBW GREAT LAKES BAY WOMEN: Art & Selections by Edwina Jaques

Saginaw Art Museum, in collaboration with the Castle Museum, presented this exhibition which celebrates 75 regional women, past and present, in paintings, drawings and sculpture. Each subject was chosen by the artist to illuminate their qualities  and importance to the region and its future. Great Lakes Bay Women, a book compiled and published by the artist, contains each piece of work and each women's stories. Books are available at the Saginaw Art Museum.

 Edwina Jaques is a Saginaw native with a MFA from the University of Michigan. She currently resides in Kent, UK. 

October 1 - October 31, 2013

Del Jackson A.I. Artificial InteractionsA.I. – ALGORITHMIC INTERACTIONS by Del Jackson, Iowa

Jackson blends his training in art and civil engineering to create work that ranges from computer numeric control fabrications to kinetic sculptures that evolve and change in response to the viewer.

A.I – Algorithmic Interactions received 3rd Prize at the Fall In... Art and Sol festival that highlighted solar art sculptures throughout the region. In this outdoor installation, individual flower-like sculptures responded to the presence of sunlight and visitors.

Solar artwork harnesses the power of sun in an innovative, expressive way. By integrating alternative energy technologies that collect solor energy and use the power of light, sound or moving parts, solar artwork demonstrates a new level of creativity.

March 29 - May 17, 2013

Crawford-1961ULTRABRICATION: The Art of Randal Crawford

On view were more than 300 art pieces representing the vision of  multi-media artist and Professor of Art,at Delta College, Randal Crawford, in drawings, paintings, weavings, wood carvings, ceramics and digital imagery. While diverse, each piece revealed the artist's perceptions of the forces of nature and of the world he has encountered. It is through the artist's ultimate manipulation of these impressions and of the media itself that the viewer experienced an imaginative journey of their own.

 

February 8 - February 24, 2013

MAEAlogoMAEA REGION 11 STUDENT EXHIBITION

Michigan Art Education Association's mission is to promote quality visual arts education through leadership, service, and professional development. This juried exhibition showcased work created by Elementary level students through High School.  Region 11 covers Saginaw, Gratiot, Tuscola, Sanilac and Huron Counties. Over 200 students and family members attended the exhibition and reception.