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A gallery view of The truth is out there (No, really...) by Christine Zuercher, which runs from Jan. 19 to March 16.

New KSU Downtown Gallery exhibit dares to question reality

Tessa Poulain, Reporter January 24, 2024

“The truth is out there (No, really…)” by Christine Zuercher leaves patrons wondering just how thin the line is between fiction and reality.  On display in the KSU Downtown Gallery, the exhibit...

This is a colored adhesive sculpture. The gallery is open until Oct. 5, 2019.

Kent State’s glass program celebrates 50 years through glass exhibitions

Abigail Mack September 4, 2019

Although it’s often called the "golden anniversary," 50 years is looking a little different for Kent State’s School of Art.Started in 1969 by Henry Halem, Kent State’s studio glass program is celebrating...

Marie Bukowski sits in her office in the Center for the Visual Arts on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, where her artwork is framed.Bukowski began practicing visual and performance art as a child. Her family included art in her education as early as 6 or 7 years old, but she didn’t decide to pursue art professionally until high school. Bukowski earned her first degree in fine arts from Carnegie Mellon University. Now, Bukowski is the director of Kent State’s School of Art, and she has shown her printmaking work in local and international exhibits.

School of Art director reflects on past health struggles, healing in upcoming exhibit

Alexandra Sobczak December 3, 2018

Since she began her junior year of college, more than 130 exhibits have featured Marie Bukowski’s artwork. The School of Art director participated in solo, invitational and juried exhibitions in eleven...

Andrew Kuebecks pieces, Keyhole Culture: Joey and Keyhole Culture: Ken, on display Friday, Nov. 2, 2018 at the KSU Downtown Gallery. Kuebeck is an assistant professor of jewelry, metals and enameling at Kent States School of Art.

‘Jewelry and Gender’ exhibit connects artwork, models, community

Alexandra Sobczak November 3, 2018

An extravagant, double-layered necklace — jutting bright yellow and orange tree branches and florals out of it — rested on a mannequin and cast an intricate, botanical shadow on the wall of the KSU...

Charlie wearing Sherry Simms, Compact Lipstick: Rose, copper, enamel paint, sterling, lipstick, 2004.

KSU Downtown Gallery to explore gender identity through jewelry

Alexandra Sobczak October 30, 2018

“Jewelry and Gender: Challenging the Norms,” the newest exhibition at the KSU Downtown Gallery, will challenge the gender binary and explore gender identities through jewelry art.The opening reception...

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