SHIFTSPACE EVENTS CALENDAR

APRIL 17 IS PROJECT RUN-A-WAY!! OUR SECOND ANNUAL BENEFIT FOR SHIFTSPACE

We would
like to invite you to join us from 7-10 pm
on Friday April 17, for our second annual fundraising event, “PROJECT,
RUN-A-WAY
,” a wearable art/fashion show.  For the event student artists will create one of a kind designs,
which will be judged by a panel of professional artists in an array of fun
categories from “Good Eats” to “Going Green”. The evening will include food
donated by local businesses and entertainment from local musicians and dancers.
Project Run- a-way will be an evening
for the Wichita community to step out and show their support for the Arts, WSU
student artists and to enjoy a runway show like no other! 



IMAGE FOR KMUW TICKET INFO



TICKETS ARE
AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE AT THE WSU SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN.



Please stop by
McKnight Hall on the third floor between 8 am – 5 pm



You can also
purchase tickets at the door on the night of the event or attend one of our
other SHIFTSPACE events and pick up your tickets at the gallery!



At this time we can
only accept cash and checks!

FOR MORE INFO E-MAIL WWW.SHIFTSPACEPR@GMAIL.COM



ARTIST LECTURE AND SNOW DELAYED EXHIBITION OPENING

ARTIST LECTURE

Kristin Beal-DeGrandmont



Wednesday April 1, 2009



7:00 pM



“From observation: a
community blog project that engages its participants to find beauty and interest
in the everyday”




KRISTIN
BEAL-DEGRANDMONT
teaches
at Friends University and Butler Community College. She was a Visiting
Professor of Painting and Drawing at Wichita State University for the 2006-2007
academic year, and the Interim Director of WSU ShiftSpace for the 2007-2008
academic year. She studied at the Kansas City Art Institute, Wichita State
University (BFA Drawing and Painting) and Virginia Commonwealth University (MFA
Painting and Printmaking) and was awarded the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Professional Fellowship Award in 2004.
Selected Exhibitions
include
Paper Chasers, ArtWorks,
Cincinnati, OH.
Stratification, Trish
Higgins Fine Art, c/o The Frame Guild, Wichita, KS. (One-person show)
Ephemera,
Project Creo Arts Center, St. Petersburg,
FLA;
Unambiguous, a
curated, printed exhibition. Artworld Digest Magazine, published by David
Cohen, NYC;
Build-up, Babcock Gallery,
Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA. (One-person show);
Notions of Expenditure,
Initiated by A. Laurie Palmer with support from Gallery 400. Univ. of Ill.,
Chicago;
Echo, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA.
(Three-person show);
Lustre, Stefan
Stux Gallery, NYC;
Rame Panorama,
Orange Door Gallery, Richmond, VA;
Reflexance,
Transformer Gallery, WDC. (Three-person show) and
Options 2002, Tenth biennial, WPA/Corcoran, WDC.

FRIDAY APRIL 3 

COME OUT AND JOIN US FOR A GREAT SHOW WITH NO SNOW!

CURRENT 

A JURIED EXHIBITION OF WSU STUDENT ARTWORK

7- 10 PM 













CURRENT - A Juried WSU Student Exibition

CURRENT

ShiftSpace Gallery
-
The  WSU Student Art Gallery in Old Town
800 East 3rd Street


March 27th 7pm - 10pm

Please join us this Final Friday for CURRENT, an exhibition featuring current Wichita State University student artwork. This show was juried by Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting Levente Sulyok and Assistant Professor of Printmaking Monika Meler. 


PLEASE JOIN US FOR A GREAT SHOW!CURRENT BACK




March 13th Free Film Friday


Me and You and Everyone We Know


2005



SYNOPSIS





"Me and You and Everyone We Know " is a poetic and penetrating observation of how people struggle to connect with one another in an isolating and contemporary world. Christine Jesperson is a lonely artist and "Eldercab" driver who uses her fantastical artistic visions to draw her aspirations and objects of desire closer to her. Richard Swersey (John Hawkes), a newly single shoe salesman and father of two boys, is prepared for amazing things to happen. But when he meets the captivating Christine, he panics. Life is not so oblique for Richard's six-year-old Robby, who is having a risqué Internet romance with a stranger, and his fourteen-year-old brother Peter who becomes the guinea pig for neighborhood girls -- practicing for their future of romance and marriage.




Hosted by Lauren Clay, a  WSU Graduate Student in Ceramics


The film will start promptly at 7pm

Please bring your own seat and one for your friend.

The heat is on in ShiftSpace!