ART335 Women in Art celebrated the lives and work of notable women this week by dressing up as their favorite female artists!
Students from various academic areas of study at Anderson University, came together for a field trip to visit the Anderson County Museum.
The ART110 classes explored the work of Jackson Pollock by creating their own drip paintings inspired by the work of the famed abstract expressionist painter.
The senior Art + Design majors exhibited their work at Vandiver Gallery and the Carnegie Building in downtown Anderson.
Artist, Grace Poulton, is shown revealing a freshly drawn portrait to her model, Dr. Larson. This was taken at one of the booths at the Calvary Arts Festival on March 23, 2019.
After a long night of finishing our last major art projects of our college career, the free cookies were a blessing!! #adaytogive
ART110 celebrates the work of Abstract Expressionist painter Jackson Pollock by creating their own drip-and-splash action paintings.
How great is it that we get to go to a school where we can drive 2 hours down the road to spend the afternoon hanging out with Steven Heller? This trip was one for the books.
A group of our talented, music students have compiled a Christmas selection with all proceeds benefiting the MAGI project.
Morgan McCarver, president of the Anderson University pottery club, talks with WSPA’s David Jolley about the club’s upcoming pottery sale on Dec. 7 and 8.