Cadman Art Gallery Main Exhibits 2018

My Muse 

Carter Bryant

January 22- February 2

My work introduces the taboo of a queer relationship to the realm of portraiture. I challenge what a muse is by depicting a male romantically. Instead of sexualizing a body, I focus on the individual as well as the emotions present in the moment.
Medium:Drawings and Paintings

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Form and Footwork

Haley Ensz

February 5-16

Form and Footwork is about different forms of dance portrayed in abstract, organic paintings.  Each dance has a specific energy or mood, just like the different colors or shapes do.  Each painting is meant for the public to get a sense of the deep feelings and moods each of these dances invoke.

Reception: Monday, February 5 from 5-7 p.m.


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Art That Touches Your Heart

Various Artists

February 19- March 2

Join the Art That Touches Your Heart Foundation and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for a Final Friday event. Come and see Black professional artists from Dallas, Kansas City, San Francisco, and New York City. Enjoy artists and performances that will display and showcase an array of talents. Come support local and national Black artists for an evening that will touch your heart.
Medium:Mixed Mediums


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Kathy Robb

March 5 - 16

My show uses animals to tell the stories of the early years of my life and fight for survival after a traumatic event. I relate to an animal’s vulnerability and use these to communicate feelings, emotions, and torments that are difficult or impossible for me to express.
Medium: Ceramics



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26th Exposure Competition

Various Artists

March 19-April 6

Exposure Competitions see entries in digital photos, digitally manipulated photos and the traditional film photography. Exposure is open to all students and since more than likely you have a camera in your purse or pocket there is no excuse to why you could not be a photographer too!
Medium: Photography

 Reception and Awards Ceremony: Thursday, March 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Bluestem Lounge


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Alternative Spring Break:
A Photo Story of Reflection

Various Artists
April 9-20

Alternative Spring Break will expose WSU students to complex social and cultural issues through community visits, experiential learning, direct service, group discussion, common readings and reflection activities. This year, Alternative Spring Break is traveling to Washington D.C. and Catalina Island, CA. This show will feature photos and reflections from this year’s trip participants as a way of sharing our experiences through service-learning.

Reception: Tuesday, April 17 at 5 p.m.


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Tornado Alley Press
WSU's Print Guild

Various Artists

April 23- May 4

The Tornado Alley Press is displaying the different ways and different processes to printmaking.  Each diverse part of printmaking comes with a very unique process and craft.

Medium: Printmaking



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