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Art Department News

 

Steve Gurysh ('06) "Blue sky thunder days" stArt Homecoming Reception

WFU Studio Art alum Steve Gurysh (’06) Exhibition and Artist Talk, Oct 28, 5:30 pm, Hanes Gallery

Steve Gurysh ('06) "Blue sky thunder days" stArt Homecoming Reception stArt is pleased to welcome back WFU Studio Art alum Steve Gurysh (’06) for an artist’s talk and presentation of his work and... Read More »


mutable / immutable, Paintings by Kaylah Bozkurtian (’22)

Exhibition: mutable / immutable, Paintings by Kaylah Bozkurtian (’22), Oct 18 – Dec 11, stArt.dt (Wake Downtown)

mutable / immutable, Paintings by Kaylah Bozkurtian (’22) “The works in this exhibition were produced exclusively with paints (oil and acrylic) and archival inks — materials bearing... Read More »


WFU Arts Senior Spotlight

Arts Senior Spotlight

WFU Arts Senior SpotlightOur seniors are an incredible, tenacious, and eclectic bunch. Studying economics, computer science, politics, biology, languages,... Read More »


The artist's newest works are currently on view in "Self Care" at Sargent's Daughters in New York.

Artnet News: WFU Art Alumna, Sarah Slappey (’06), Solo exhibition at Sargent’s Daughters in NYC

The artist's newest works are currently on view in "Self Care" at Sargent's Daughters in New York.

How Does Rising Artist Sarah Slappey Stay Mellow While Painting Scenes of ‘Quiet Violence’? A Soothing Studio Soundtrack - The...

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2018-06-23 File photo for use in Communities of New Jersey story Unveiling of an interactive photo mural by Trenton-based artist Bentrice Jusu, right, entitled, “The Art of Becoming: A Mural” - - Michael Mancuso Michael Mancuso | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

WFU Art Alumna, Bentrice Jusu (’13): Firefighter Artivist

2018-06-23 File photo for use in Communities of New Jersey story Unveiling of an interactive photo mural by Trenton-based artist Bentrice Jusu, right, entitled, “The Art of Becoming: A Mural” - - Michael Mancuso Michael Mancuso | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

“Art, to me, is more risky than firefighting, and I’m using art to start the necessary dialogue in this town about what happens, and...

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2021 WFU student art acquisition presentation

WFU Student Art Purchases Unveiled: New Acquisitions to the Student Union Collection of Art 

2021 WFU student art acquisition presentation

The group’s priority in selecting this year’s art has been adding diversity to the collection. “We were interested in choosing...

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