College Residency Exhibition

February 22 – May 11, 2014 | Jerome J. Crowley Community Gallery

Grubbs, Harding

Shelby A. Grubbs and Michael Harding participated in the South Bend Museum of Art Summer Studio College Residency program in 2013.

Grubbs will graduate in May 2014 from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in Studio Art and Design.

Harding  graduated from Holy Cross College, Notre Dame, IN with a B.A. in Studio Art in December 2013.

Laird: Carburetor-#3The Residents were mentored by Casey K. Lard, Lecturer in Painting and Drawing at the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts, Indiana University – South Bend.

The Summer Studio College Residency program offers a unique opportunity of self-direction for fine arts majors enrolled in area Indiana university or college art programs. The program offers studio space, as well as a series of critiques, workshops, and volunteer opportunities to local college students. College residents work with members of our curatorial and educational staff. Additionally, a residency mentor provides focused conversation in a challenging environment. Residencies last during the summer months of June, July, and August. At the completion of the residency, participating students and residency mentor are awarded an exhibition in our Community Gallery the following February.

images: top, left: Marcel in the Trenches, detail, mixed media on panel by Shelby A. Grubbs;  top right: Landscape, by Michael Harding, graphite on paper
above: Carburetor#3, Casey Lard, 2014, oil on panel

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