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Photo Information: Artwork created by Mark Moak and Jim Baken’s Sculpture Class 2014.
It is a 27”x27” piece, made of copper, bronze, steel, wood, bone, paint, stain, and screws.
Ryniker-Morrison Gallery hosts ‘Kaleidoscope: 2015 Juried Student Exhibition’ March 12 - April 1
BILLINGS, February 19, 2015 – Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery will host the annual juried all-student show Kaleidoscope: 2015 Juried Student Exhibition in Tech Hall on the RMC campus from March 12 - April 1, 2015. The exhibit is free and open to the public, who are cordially invited to attend. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 12, 2015, from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The exhibit will feature current RMC students’ artwork, including photography, paintings, drawings, pottery, metal working, jewelry, and more.
This exhibit will also feature a collaboration project, which will spell out the word “ART.” There are three different RMC classes taking part in the collaborative project, including sculpture, metal working, and ceramics, along with three different professors, Mark Moak, Rhett Moak, and Jim Baken. The collaborative project will be on display in the gallery during the exhibit, and then placed outside of Tech Hall once the show has ended.
“I think the group project is a great idea,” said Mark Moak. “It makes you have to plan and play well with others. If I were a student I would have enjoyed working with my peers and one of my professors toward a singular art project.”
Alissa Robinson, a senior art major at RMC has always enjoyed the all-student show. “My favorite part is seeing all the different students, who are not known as artists, turning in art pieces that are spectacular.”
All of the artwork will be juried by artists taking part in the Teacher of Art exhibition, which is currently on display in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery until February 25, 2015.