Artist Stacey Lee Webber, ’05, returned to Ball State for a solo exhibit that included intricate sculptures made from coins. The sculptor also spoke to School of Art students, who were inspired by her journey to becoming a full-time artist.
The artist behind the iconic comic strip and merchandising empire, who began teaching at the School of Art in the fall, will speak at 7 p.m. in Sursa Hall.
Working out of an old Muncie warehouse, professors immerse 17 students from diverse academic backgrounds in the craft of making books.
The fall event for glass working/sculpture students, which also subsidizes their career-building opportunities, sells out in less than two hours.
The 1967 alumnus and creator of one of the world’s most beloved comic strips will teach two graduate-level courses and present two lectures this year.
Honors College senior Sarah Fischer has blended her majors in biology and printmaking by studying campus bird-window impacts and creating bird etchings.
Ball State students are perfecting their cold-working techniques with help from visiting Polish glass artist Marzena Krzeminska-Baluch.