Rossella Vasta

Ms. Vasta is an internationally known artist from Perugia, Italy. She will be lecturing on her ongoing project Table of Silence. This project began in 2007 as a collaboration with dancer Jacqulyn Buglisi and the Buglisi Dance Theatre as a way of commemorating the events of 9/11. It is described in the program notes as a “public tribute and prayer for peace.”

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ROSSELLA VASTA – Artist Talk

THE MSU SCHOOL OF ART PRESENTS VISITING ARTIST LECTURE   The School of Art at Montana State University presents a lecture by Rossella Vasta.  Ms. Vasta is an internationally known artist from Perugia, Italy.  She will be lecturing on her ongoing project Table of Silence.  This project began in 2007 as a collaboration with dancer […]

The Helen E. Copeland Gallery 2014
SKINS

Christopher Olszewski is a Native American visual artist and is currently a professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design. His project is a visual investigation into the Native American experience by tracing the footsteps of General George Armstrong Custer from Monroe, Michigan to Little Big Horn, Montana. He is driving a 2005 Pontiac Montana, […]