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Artists work together across distance in the time of coronavirus

Submitted by mzuercher on Mon, 02/08/2021 - 14:51
"Keep still. Wait. This is the moment of no turning back," handing paper installation by Rachel Epp Buller

Rachel Epp Buller and Derek Owens collaborated for 12 months on the exhibit currently in the Regier Art Gallery.

Epp Buller, is Bethel associate professor of visual arts and design, and Owens is an artist and writer who lives in New York. Their exhibit is entitled "After the End of the End of the World."

The gallery is open weekdays, with no admission charge. Because of the pandemic, there will be no public reception for this exhibit. Please note that face coverings must be worn and physical distancing practiced on the Bethel campus.

Regier Gallery exhibit showcases new photos by David Long

Submitted by mzuercher on Wed, 09/30/2020 - 17:03
Forthcoming, photo by David Long

This is the final week to see “Forthcoming,” which closes Friday, Oct. 30, in the gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center.

David Long is professor of visual arts and design at Bethel.

The reception for the exhibit was one of the few Fall Festival events that could go on in person, on Oct. 2.

First exhibit of spring semester conjures ‘time-traveler’s hotel’

Submitted by mzuercher on Sat, 02/08/2020 - 14:43
"Beauty" by Tasha Wentling

The reception for Tasha Wentling and "Hotel Tempus" will be Thursday, Feb. 27, from 6-8 p.m. at the Regier Art Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center .

Wentling is a recent Wichita State graduate whose photography and design exhibit has been in the gallery since the beginning of February.

The spring semester’s first exhibit is a work that’s still evolving.

Last spring, as Wentling was finishing her graphic design degree at WSU, she also longed to do a photography project.

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