Category Archives: Harriet Barry Gallery

Shibori Yardage Exhibit in Harriet Barry Gallery

Morgan Clifford’s Intro to Fibers students are exhibiting Shibori textiles in the library’s Harrier Barry gallery through May 27th.

Shibori Display Intro Fibers Students

CRSCA reception today

Today, Tuesday, March 12th  from 3:30-4:30pm is the annual CRSCA reception honoring the academic and creative output of UW-River Falls faculty and staff.  Open and free to the public.  For more information please visit http://www.uwrf.edu/CRSCA/ or contact Cate Dodson @ cate.dodson@uwrf.edu.

CRSCA Deadline this Friday, March 1st

Friday, March 1st, is the last day to get exhibit materials (books, articles, posters, artwork, etc.) to the library for the Celebrating Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement (CRSCA) reception which is being held Tuesday, March 12th.  CRSCA is an annual event honoring the academic and creative output of UW-River Falls faculty and staff.  For more information please visit http://www.uwrf.edu/CRSCA/ or contact Cate Dodson @ cate.dodson@uwrf.edu.

“Time” by DJ Steinetz in Harriet Barry Gallery

UWRF student DJ Steinmetz is exhibiting artwork in the library’s Harriet Barry Gallery.  His show is entitles Time and will be up through March 4th.  The gallery is open during regular library hours.  Read DJ’s artist statement:

TIME
Everyone has a story.  Each and every person’s story is different.  We come from different parts of the world, different families, and different social classes therefore with different perspectives on the world.  My interest lies in the role that time plays in peoples’ everyday lives.  How has time effected these people, how has it shaped them?  What has time done to their identities?

Through this series of photographs taken throughout mainland Europe, I offer a glimpse into the lives of inhabitants of a few of Europe’s largest cities.  I took a “fly on the wall” approach while making these photographs, so the contents of them are as much of a mystery to me, as to the public.  That’s the beauty of this series, their effortless ambiguity. 

-DJ Steinmetz

CRSCA Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Friday, February 15th is the deadline for faculty and staff to turn in citation information for inclusion in the Celebrating Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement (CRSCA) booklet.  Materials for CRSCA exhibits must be delivered to the library by Friday, March 1st to be included in the CRSCA exhibits.  Visit the CRSCA webpage for complete guidelines and more information: http://www.uwrf.edu/CRSCA/

Mark your calendars and join us in the library for the all-campus CRSCA reception, including refreshments, exhibits and live music, Tuesday, March 12th from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm.  UWRF music students Ben Lunn, Justin Wolff and Dylan Nelson will be performing as a jazz trio for the reception.

CRSCA Submissions Now Being Accepted

Submissions for this year’s Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement (CRSCA), an annual event that honors the intellectual and creative activities of UW-River Falls’ faculty and staff, are currently being accepted.  All faculty and staff who have authored books and journal articles; presented academic posters and papers; created fine and performance art; music; funded grants and other items that were published, presented or funded in 2012, are encouraged to participate.

Special exhibits throughout the library will showcase submissions, and a citation booklet will be published recognizing the contributions of all CRSCA honorees.  An all-campus reception will take place Tuesday, March 12 at 3:30 in the library atrium.

Citation information must be submitted by Friday, February 15 to be included in the Celebration booklet.  The actual materials (books, journal articles, posters, artwork, etc.) must be delivered to the library (to Rm. 271 or items can be left at the front desk) by Friday, March 1 to be included in the exhibits.

For complete guidelines or to submit your citation information visit: http://www.uwrf.edu/CRSCA/

“Studio Salon” in Harriet Barry Gallery

“Studio Salon” is an exhibition featuring the creative and diverse work of studio painting students in instructor Jeannine Kitzhaber’s Art 338 class. Students in studio painting created nearly all of the works during the 2012 school year.

Artists exhibiting work are: Rome Gonstead, Suzanne Cranston, Theresa Schneiveis, JoAnna Schanno, Lacy Butler, Brianna Larson, Dan Risinger, Erik Sletten, Sarah Vruwink, Emily Moelter, Erin Hunter and Andrea Sorenson.

The exhibition will be on view from November 15-Dec. 1, 2012.  The Harriet Barry Gallery is open during normal public hours.