Contemporary Sculpture Society Presents a Solo Exhibition and Lecture by Mike Calway-Fagen
The Contemporary Sculpture Society at the University of Arkansas hosts a lecture by artist, writer and curator Mike Calway-Fagen at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1, at Hillside Auditorium, located at 902 W. Dickson St.
Calway-Fagen received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, San Diego. Recently he opened solo exhibitions at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, Ditch Projects in Oregon, and the Soo Visual Arts Center in Minneapolis.
He has attended residencies at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, The Fine Arts Work Center, and Sculpture Space in Utica, New York. His work has been reviewed in Art Papers, World Sculpture Magazine, Art F City, and is pictured on the cover and is the focus of a chapter in a new book, Art, Animals, and Experience (Routledge Press). He is currently the Curator of Exhibitions at Stove Works, a soon-to-open 75,000 square foot art center in Chattanooga.
This event/program is free and open to the public and is supported by the Associated Student Government through the Office of Student Activities. For questions or special accommodations due to disability, please contact the Contemporary Sculpture Society Vice President Shelby Fleming at email@example.com, or call (618) 973-2301.
Shelby Fleming, vice president
Contemporary Sculpture Society (RSO)
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