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Todd Art Gallery plans fall exhibitions


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MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery has six planned exhibits for the fall semester.

The exhibits cover a broad range of aspects of the art world including painting, illustration, sculpture, photography and printmaking.

The next gallery will be “CHINA: Through the Eyes of an American University President,” which features over 300 of MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s images from his trips to China over the last decade.

Other planned exhibits include the works of children’s book illustrators Kadir Nelson & John Hendrix, sculptures by the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance and several student showcases.

All main exhibits are located in Andrew L. Todd Hall, room 224A and are free and open to the public.

Here’s the schedule of exhibits:

Exhibit Artist(s) Dates
CHINA: Through the Eyesof an American University President MTSU President Sidney McPhee September 10-12
In/finite Earth Various Artists September 16-October 1
Illustration Kadir Nelson / John Hendrix October 7-23
Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Mid-South Sculpture Alliance October 28-November 14
Studio Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Various Artists November 18–26
Department of Art Seasonal Scholarship Sale Various Artists December 1–3

In addition to the main gallery, additional exhibits are featured in room 210 of Todd Hall. Planned additional exhibits include a Photo Society of MTSU showcase, a historical exhibit on the Italian Renaissance and works by art and graphic design students.

Here’s the schedule of additional exhibits:

Exhibit Artist(s) Dates
NAEA Exhibition: Art Education on a Budget Various Artists August 28–September 11
Identity: Who Are You? Photography Society of MTSU September 16–October 3
Graphic Design Juried Student Show Various Artists October 7–23
Italian Renaissance Various Artists October 28-November 14
Studio Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Various Artists November 18–26


Contributing writer Elizabeth Enck contributed to this report.

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