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Print Sale Benefit – Postponed to Dec 4th

November 18, 2014  by: Jeff Sherven

19th Annual Print Sale Benefit Postponed to Thursday, Dec 4th, 11am to 7pm Students wishing to participate in the sale may deliver up to 5 pieces to the CFA Atrium on Thursday Dec 4th, 10am. All work must be signed, dated and include: price, title, artist, medium, email & phone. Proceeds benefit students and ePic Fund for research & Read More

Eugene Gaier Awards Excellence in Print and Drawing Recipients: Then & Now

April 23, 2014  by: Jeff Sherven

Gene Gaier, UB Professor Emeritus, Psychology 2014 April 17 to May 10 2014  Visual Studies Lower Gallery In 1997 Dr. Gene Gaier generously sponsored Awards for Excellence in Print and drawing to acknowledge achievement and inspire new talent. Since then there have been forty recipients. Recently, the Gaier Award was dedicated solely to Print Media Read More

Opening April 17th in VS Gallery – Eugene Gaier Awards: Then & Now

April 14, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Eugene Gaier has a long history of inspiring students at the University at Buffalo, beginning in 1960, when he first became a faculty member here. He is now Professor Emeritus from the Graduate School of Education, Department of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology. Some of his early research centered on the investigation of individual creativity, Read More

Painting a Better Buffalo Fundraiser Art Sale

March 13, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

    The Student Visual Arts Organization is holding an art sale ‘Painting a Better Buffalo’ on April 10th, 2014 from 7-9PM. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Young Audiences of WNY, a non-for-profit with a mission to connect local artists with young students in the Buffalo area. 40% will go to the Read More

Print Sale Benefit Participation

November 18, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

Students wishing to participate in the sale may deliver 3 works wrapped in a paper folio by Thursday Nov 21, 10:00am, B31 CFA. All work must be signed & dated. Each must include: price, title, artist, medium size, email & phone. Proceeds split 70% artist / 30% EPIC Fund for research & scholarship in Print Media.

18th Annual Print Sale Benefit WHAT’S UP!

November 12, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

Print Sale - whats up

Thursday Nov 21, 11am to 7pm • UB Center for the Arts   Tis the week before Thanksgiving and all the prints will be displayed with care in hopes that patrons and collectors have some coin to spare. All kinds of student prints, past and present, will be available for purchase cash, check or charge. A Read More

The UB Scholarship Gala Graphic Poster Competition Winners Are…

October 24, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

On October 23, 2013, fifteen members of the Scholarship Gala Committee completed three rounds of blind ballot jurying. Over forty entries were submitted. The following students’ poster designs have been selected The $1000 Grand Scholarship Recipients Olivia Rose Arcara Chelsea Van Houten The $100 Runner Up Scholarship Recipients Brian Hensen Michelle Keller The work of Read More

TomHuck ArtistTalk • Exhibition • Reception October 25th

October 15, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

TOM HUCK EVIL PRINTS Visits Department of Art & the Print Club of Rochester Prints on View October 24 – November 1 Visit Us on October 25  for: Artist Demo & Discussion Print Media Labs 1:30-4:00pm Artist Talk & Reception Lower Visual Studies Gallery B45 CFA, 5:00 – 5:30pm Join us after the artist talk Read More

UB Scholarship Gala 2013 Graphic Poster Competition

September 9, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

Eligibility     OPEN TO UB DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL STUDIES STUDENTS Deadline      *TUESDAY OCT 1, 6PM, B41 CFA HARD COPY SUBMISSIONS ONLY Purpose        Create 2D Graphic Representation Promoting the UB Scholarship Gala Prizes            $1000 Grand Scholarships will be awarded to two participants         Read More

Registration Open for Summer 2013 Book Design Course

May 13, 2013  by: Jeff Sherven

This course is an introduction to the basic elements in the creation, design, and techniques associated with artists’ books and bookbinding.  Students will explore the idea of the “Book” conceptually and functionally.  They will be introduced to traditional and non-traditional forms and techniques including Japanese stab, accordion, pop-up, piano-hinge, and traditional flat-back binding.  Students will be challenged to Read More

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