I have been taking an online course from Quality Matters (an online quality assurance organization) that Truman State University requires before developing and teaching online courses. The Design program is looking to take an initial course online and this is our first step in going online. Myself and two other design instructors are taking the course. Hopefully, this will lead to more “online” content from me in the future (before and after retirement).
I think what we are leaning to do for an online course will benefit all our courses (the traditional on-campus course). Always learning some new.
Here’s some recent “buzz”! Stop by the KAA gallery and see the Truman State University BFA Design Capstone Exhibition. Featuring work for local and regional “clients” of print, web, motion and animation design. It’s pretty cool.
Closing reception: Friday, May 10th, 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Award Winners of 44th Annual Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival…Left to right
Front Row:Kimberly Shinn, Hannibal , MO, First Place Fine
Art 2-D, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division;Randal Spangler, Kansas City , MO, Best of Show, sponsored by the Sojourner’s Club and Janie Theobald;Valerie Montgomery, Brookfield, MO,Blue Jar Baubles, First Place Crafts, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division;and Cindy Sommer, Memphis, MO, Honorable Mention Crafts, sponsored by Teri Crandall.
Back Row:Colton Kiso, blacksmith from Nelson, MO, Student Exhibitor Award, sponsored by Eric Pryzblyski in memory of his sister Sara: Gary Gibson, Edina, MO, wooden bowls, First Place Fine Art 3D, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division; Marni Ward, Ava, MO, First Place Crafts, sponsored by Murilyn Koutstaal;James Berry, Antler Art, from Hunnewell, MO, First Time Exhibitor Award sponsored by Kim LeBaron and Paula Cochran in memory of Alice B. Davis. Picture the property of Dr. James Guffey, Truman State University.
“Art on the Bricks is the winning combination of art, music, local cuisine and a beautiful autumn day. Art House volunteers have been working overtime recruiting regional artists and artisans, as well as local specialty crop producers to make this year’s Art on the Bricks the best ever.