Location: FAC, Corridor Gallery, 2nd Floor
February 25 – April 9; Leslie Nichols: Lorum ipsum
Lorum ipsum features experiments with text by visual artist Leslie Nichols. Nichols uses a variety of found and original text to create images reflecting interests in identity, gender, social heritage, and sustainability. She is most well known for her works created on manual typewriters. Nichols earned her master's degree from WKU in 2013 and currently teaches in Department of Diversity and Community Studies.
Location: FAC Main Gallery, 2nd Floor
March 4 – April 9; Clive King: The Chaos Machine
Professor Clive King will present an exhibition of his drawings on the lower level of the Main Gallery. At the beginning of his show, he will lead a drawing workshop for WKU Art students on the second floor of the Main Gallery, drawings from which will be exhibited in situ on this floor.
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