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Extended Hours Study and Student Gallery


CMU Department of Art & Design

Primary Visions

March 17 – 29, 2017

contact:  Brian Elders

Faculty: John Clarke, Jesse Dominguez, Brian Elder, Stephanie Galli, 

Sarah Pfohl, & Mike Volker 

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Primary Visions represents student work produced in CMU's Department of Art and Design Foundations Program. Varieties of materials, techniques, and research strategies introduced in the entry level courses; Introduction to Drawing, Design Foundations, Digital Design, Contemporary Issues in Art provide a solid foundation for developing the seeing eye and the skillful hand for visual expression.


CMU Print Club presents the 

Annual National Undergraduate 

Student Print Exchange and Exhibition

May 2017

organizer/curator: Johanna Paas

The Print Club is a student organization housed within the department of Art and Design that brings together students that are interested in printmaking.

ArtWalk Central Venue

August 3 - 31


Art Walk is a community wide exhibit and competition. All are welcome to submit artworks for consideration.  See for details.


Extended Hours Study and Student Gallery Mission Statement

The Extended Hours Study and Student Gallery provides up to 60’ of display wall for exhibition of student  and community artwork. This may include work by individuals, student collaborations, classes or student organizations. The library encourages students, faculty and staff to submit proposals for student exhibitions, including those other than fine arts. All works to be displayed in the Extended Hours Study and Student Gallery should be appropriately mounted, framed, and ready for installation. Pedestals are available if necessary.​​​​​​​​​ Please see: Propose an Exhibit at right to request a show. 

Questions? Contact Janet Danek, 

Coordinator of Exhibits for the Park Library - 989-774-2165. ​

Admission to all exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public. 

For library hours visit 989-774-110