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Touché Gallerie Showcases ‘For The Birds’ by Senior Ian Higgins

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 02/09/2011 Ian Higgins is currently showcasing his senior art show of paintings, free-standing sculptures and print-making in the Touché Gallerie. Higgins is a senior majoring with a B.A. in Art with an emphasis in print-making, which Higgins explains as “glorified stamps.” He became an artist because that is what he likes to do—“I have always enjoyed making stuff. I like art and I find
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Talley Gallery Exhibit’s ‘Mish Mash’

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 01/19/2011 Derrick Riley, from Lexington, Ken., will be featuring his artwork in the Talley Gallery in the Education Arts Building between now and February 16. The exhibit, titled “Mish Mash,” is primarily imagery done via woodcut and woodcut collage. With its sketch-like look, each image represents everyday life, repetition and consumerism. Riley’s artist statement reflects on his purpose behind his imagery. “The reflection of
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BSU Sustainability Office Enters into Short Video Contest

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 02/02/2011 The Sustainability Office, with the help of the Academic Technology Center, has entered BSU into the CERTs Clean + Green video shorts contest. If BSU’s video, “Beavers Cut More Than Trees” has the most votes by January 31, then the Sustainability Office, thus BSU, will win $500. There are 12 videos that have entered, each under 3 minutes long. CERTs (Clean Energy Resource
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The Touché Gallerie: Best of 2010

Emily Rice | Staff Writer | 01/26/2011 The Touché Gallerie is currently featuring Art Association’s Best of 2010, an exhibit that showcases students’ artwork that was collected by submission entry. The exhibit, which runs through January 28, features classic mediums such as sculpture, ceramics, metals and jewelry, painting, charcoal and chalk drawings, and some new forms of art such as screen-print, monoprints and collagraphs, and book sculpture. Jon Billing, a