LSU School of Art presents:
Global Vision: An Exchange Exhibition of Contemporary Prints from the Kyoto Seika University and Louisiana State University
October 1 – November 19, 2010.
A reception will be held on Friday, October 8 from 7‐9 pm.
All events are free and open to the public.
Foster Gallery is open Monday – Friday 10a‐4p and Sundays 1‐5. 225.578.5402
The LSU School of Art welcomes you to an exhibit of contemporary prints from Kyoto Seika University (KSU), a highly regarded Japanese art school that maintains an especially strong printmaking program. KSU is located in Kyoto, Japan, a cultural Mecca steeped in the history and tradition of Japanese printmaking.
Global Vision is being organized by Baton Rouge artist and LSU Professor Leslie Koptcho and her Japanese counterpart, Atsuhiko Musashi, artist and vice president of Kyoto Seika University. The exhibition will feature prints by faculty, students and recent alumni of KSU as well as e LSU printmaking faculty and students.
Representing the traditional printmaking processes of intaglio, lithography, and relief, as well as digital innovations and handmade paper (washi), Global Vision will highlight the technical diversity and current and engaging discourse occurring within the contemporary printmaking community of Japan. Some very special events will be held in conjunction with this art exhibition and opening reception:
- On Wednesday, October 6, Atsuhiko Musashi will present a public lecture in room 103 Design Building @ 5PM
- The School of Art with assistance from the School of Music and Divas World Productions out of Houston will present an event , “The Art of Perception” on October 8th at Foster Gallery from 5‐7pm. Audience members will look at art while listening to a string quartet play several pieces of music. Acclaimed author and scholar, Dr. David Eagleman will present a lecture and Q & A on the change in the audience’s perception of the artwork as the music changed. This will be a free event.
David Eagleman is a neuroscientist and a fiction writer. During the day, he directs the Laboratory for Perception and Action and the Initiative on Neuroscience and Law at Baylor College of Medicine. He is best known for his work on time perception, synesthesia, and neurolaw. At night, he is a fiction writer. His work of fiction, Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives, became an international bestseller and is published in 23 languages. www.eagleman.com
If you have any questions, please call or email:
Kristin Malia Krolak, Gallery Coordinator LSU School of Art
Foster Gallery – 111 Foster Hall, LSU Campus
Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery ‐ Shaw Center for the Arts
100 Lafayette Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70801 225‐389‐7180 fax 225‐389‐7185 email@example.com