The Pittsburg State University Art Department is celebrating the wide-ranging talents of faculty, staff and friends of its galleries with an exhibit, “Collective Fusion II.” The exhibit, in the University Gallery in Porter Hall, features works by members of the Pittsburg State University family from all across campus.
“There is a tremendous range of media, including paintings, watercolors, woodwork, weaving, fiber art, polymer clay, ceramics, photography and sculpture,” said Gallery Director S. Portico Bowman. “The works themselves are spirited, energetic, engaging and funny -- in a good way.”
Bowman said the gallery hosts the biannual event as a way to show how art touches the lives of many different people and does so alongside their other professional and personal pursuits.
The exhibit is free and open to the public and runs through March 13. The University Gallery is open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.