The Fine Arts Division at Crowder College will host Fine Arts Week, April 23-28. Fine Arts week will showcase activities and projects for students not majoring in a fine art program. Activities include the following events:
- Graphic Design Presentations by Josh Smith – Monday, April 23 & Wednesday, April 25, 12-1pm – Newton Hall Room 329; and at the Webb City campus on Tuesday, April 24 & Thursday, April 26, Hickey Building Room 115.
- Doug Hall Exhibit Q&A by Casey Smith – Tuesday, April 24, 2-4pm, The Longwell Museum in the Elsie Plaster Community Center.
- High School Theatre Workshop by NaTasha Davies– Wednesday, April 25, 9am-2pm – Elsie Plaster Auditorium
- Painting Activity & Demonstration by Josh Knott – Thursday, April 26, 9am-noon, Newton Hall Room 200A
- Demonstration Debate by Kristen Stout – Thursday, April 26, 1pm – Elsie Plaster Auditorium
- Music Presentation by Becky Shaw and Crowder faculty/staff – Friday, April 27, 11am in the Elsie Plaster Auditorium
- The Princess Plays production by Crowder College Theatre – Saturday, April 28, 10am & 2pm. Tickets available at the door: $5-Adults; $3-Children or call: 417.455.5458 or email: Theatre@Crowder.edu
Fine Arts week offers opportunities for non-art major students to experience a variety of art forms. It also allows students majoring in art a way to showcase their knowledge.
Last Updated on April 24, 2018 by Steven Brunson