FALL 2011 • OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER
FALL 2011 â€˘ WWW.KRASL.ORG www.krasl.org 707 Lake Boulevard St. Joseph, MI 49085 269.983.0271
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover Image Krasl Stack, 2011 Fred Spaulding On temporary loan to the Krasl Art Center
Message from the Director .............................Page 3 Special Events ..............................................Page 4 In the Galleries ..........................................Page 5-6 In the artlab .................................................Page 7 Thoughful Thursdays ...................................Page 8-9 In the Studios .........................................Page 10-11 Krasl Art Center News .................................Page 12 Krasl Art Center Trips...................................Page 12 Members & Volunteers ............................Page 13-14 Calendar ...................................................Page 15
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR Have you noticed a few changes in and around the Krasl Art Center? We have three wonderful staff receptionists, in addition to our dedicated volunteers, working at the front desk during the KAC’s public hours. These individuals help volunteers to ensure that all of your registration needs, exhibition questions, phone inquiries and shopping experiences are attended to. Whatever your need, we are working toward meeting it at the front desk. The KAC staff and volunteers have been patient, gracious and diligent as we implement many new ideas. I thank them for their dedication and thank you for your support as we continue to make the small and large changes necessary to raise our standard of excellence. I would love to hear your feedback, email@example.com. I would like to extend a big thank you to outgoing board members Jacquie Johnson, Jerry Sirk and Barbara Peeples for their leadership and commitment to the KAC. Additionally, we welcome new members to the Board of Directors. As a member of the Krasl Art Center you are invited to attend the Annual Member’s Meeting on Oct. 26, 2011 at 6:30 pm. We encourage you to come and meet our board, learn about new programs and see the faces behind the scenes at the Krasl Art Center. Please join us and support your Art Museum.
Photo credit: John Madill
The Krasl Art Center appreciates the significant support of our community. Thank you to the 2011 Exhibition Sponsors including Premier Sponsor Chemical Bank and Contributing Sponsors Vail Rubber, The John DeVries Agency, Inc., Fifth Third Bank and Dr. and Mrs. Craig O’Konski.
Julia Gourley Executive Director
SPECIAL EVENTS Art Fair Wrapup
George Krasl Memorial Concert
50th Anniversary Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff, Presented by Schu’s Grille & Bar This was a stellar year for the Krasl Art Fair! Our 50th anniversary celebration was marked by increased attendance; artist sales; patron, sponsor and volunteer participation; and revenue. As artist Roberta Hummel said “yours is the BEST outdoor art fair I have ever participated in”. We are always honored and humbled by the outpouring of good will at the art fair. We thank our sponsors, members, volunteers, and of course the 216 participating artists for helping to create one of the top art fairs in the country.
The Citadel Symphony Chorus
Sara Shambarger, Director of Krasl Art Fair and Special Events
The Krasl Art Center’s annual indoor art and fine craft fair is the perfect opportunity to purchase holiday gifts, décor items, jewelry and so much more. The Krasl Art Center features artwork from new and returning artists; shoppers will be pleased by the variety and quality of the items available.
Thursday, October 13, 7:30 pm RSVP to the Krasl Art Center. Donations are appreciated. The Citadel Symphony Chorus will perform music inspired by the art of Toulouse Lautrec. Featuring selections from Brahms “Liebeslieder Waltzes”, and light-hearted songs of love. The chorus will also perform music by contemporary French composers such as Faure and Poulenc. Soloists from the chorus will sing vocal music from the era.
HollyMarket and Soup’sOn HollyMarket: Saturday, November 5th – Thursday, November 10th Hours: 10 am-4 pm; Noon to 4 pm on Sunday. New Extended hours Wednesday, November 9th, 10 am-7 pm Festive Friday: Please join us on Friday, November 4th to celebrate the kickoff of the 2011 HollyMarket. Look for more information about this exciting new opening party in the coming weeks. Festive Friday is a ticketed event.
Soup’sOn: Top off or begin your shopping experience by enjoying a hearty bowl of homemade soup, bread and dessert during Soup’sOn held Monday through Thursday at 11:30 am to 1:30 pm during HollyMarket. Contact Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269.983.0271if you’d like to volunteer for HollyMarket and/ or Soup’sOn!
IN THE GALLERIES Posters, Fans & Songbooks: 19th Century Prints by Toulouse-Lautrec and his Contemporaries September 16 – October 30 Opening Reception: Friday, September 16, 5:30-7:30 pm Posters, Fans & Songbooks is a one-time only, unique exhibition guest curated by art historian Dr. Claire Kovacs (Coe College, Cedar rapids, Iowa). This exhibit showcases fifty graphic works of art by popular French artists of the 19th century. All of the works on view are culled from the Robert L. Hoskins and Erwin A. Raible Collection of Fin de Siècle French Prints at Grand Valley State University (gifted to the university by Elaine Rutowski Shaw). The exhibition offers the rare opportunity to step back in time and imagine life in fin-de-siècle Paris, a time remembered for its cafés, nightclubs, the Cancan and absinthe. Graphically stunning images by artists including Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre Bonnard and Jules Chéret, are contextualized to provide background information on the history of 19th century advertising, department stores, the urban fabric of Paris and the development of a collecting culture. Additionally, the exhibition reveals the fascinating path that objects take from being simply, everyday objects to highly prized works of fine art.
Fan by Fernand Toussant, 1895
Les Chansonniers de Montmarte, color lithograph by Toulouse-Lautrec, 1906
Lecture: Miracle Whip, Purses and Human Rights: Contemporary Art and Advertising by Guest Curator Dr. Claire Kovacs Saturday, September 17, 12 pm Posters, Fans and Songbooks questions the lines between advertising and art in late nineteenth-century Parisian society. This lecture will continue the conversation, asking similar questions, but addressing them in the contemporary moment. From music videos, fashion design and street art, this lecture provides fascinating insights linking the 19th century to the present.
IN THE GALLERIES Flow November 18, 2011 – January 8, 2012 Opening Reception: Friday, November 18, 5:30-7:30 pm
The Red Dory by Ross E. Moffett, 1928
For centuries artists have been moved to depict water, which is testimony to its aesthetic power and many meanings – concrete and metaphoric. Organized around three themes – water as power, water as life source, and water as environmental concern – Flow demonstrates the importance of water in society and art. This exhibition is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and the National Endowment of the Arts. Artworks displayed are on loan from the Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Members Exhibition Opportunity: In 3D Bay/Sky, Provincetown from the “Cape Light” portfolio by Joel Meyerowitz, 1979
January 27-February 26, 2012. For an entire year, all Krasl Art Center exhibitions will focus on three-dimensional forms. The members’ show will continue this theme and as a result, we ask that all artworks incorporate a thematic or physical exploration of the three-dimensional form. ‘How’ is up to you! Artworks and application may be submitted January 18-22, 2012. Please contact the exhibitions department for more information, email@example.com.
Gail mally-mack’s Young Flight, 2005, Krasl Art Center Collection
IN THE Jodie Hardy September 16-October 30 artlab artist talk: Thursday, September 15 @ 7 pm in the lab Artist Jodie Hardy investigates the effects of advertising on the everyday landscape in this new project, premiering in the artlab. Hardy graphically illustrates the very real and competing forces of man-made materials and nature through video footage, painted images, and constructed signs. The artist has held a long-standing interest in advertising culture and its influence; only currently has this study transferred over to its impact on the landscape around us.
Image for installation by Jodie Hardy
Jennifer Rogers November 18, 2011 – January 8, 2012 artlab artist talk: Thursday, November 17 @ 7 pm in the lab Iowa-based artist Jennifer Rogers stacks, piles, suspends, arranges and assembles objects, performing repetitive, simple and often unremarkable acts that are mimetic of daily chores in the home. In doing so, Rogers exposes correlations between artistic practice and daily life. It is Rogers’ aim to highlight through the making and final installation of her art the extent to which individuals senselessly, and at times compulsively, struggle to sterilize, organize and simplify their lives. Her installation in the artlab visually showcases the fruit of this labor. artlab is a venue for all artists who are pushing the boundaries of medium and form.
artlab is a gallery space dedicated to installation, time-based media, sound and light.
Installation by Jennifer Rogers
artlab is not afraid to showcase the fruit of visual experimentation; it does not require a ‘finished product’ or an ‘established artist.’
THOUGHTFUL THURSDAYS October 2011 â€“ May 2012
FREE Adult Programs for the Mind The KAC is excited to offer a roster of Thursday programs that foster creative thinking and intellectual stimulation. All Thoughtful Thursday programs are free and open to the public.
1st Thursday of every month Coffee with the Curator @ 11 am
Discover behind-the-scenes anecdotes about artists and installations, discuss the art on the walls, or listen to a focused talk about artworks in the community. Coffee with the Curator is an informal presentation and discussion in the Krasl Art Center galleries; it begins October 6.
2nd Thursday of every month Book Discussion @ 7 pm Enjoy a cup of coffee and learn about art from the curator on the 1st Thursday of each month.
Join artist Jodie Hardy and librarian Carol Dudding in a lively and engaging book discussion on the second Thursday of each month. Book Discussion is a partner program with the Maud Preston Palenske Memorial Library. Books will be lent to participants free of charge from the library and discussions will take place at the Krasl Art Center. Coffee provided by Biggby Coffee. October 13 November 10 December 8
Whose Art is It? by Jane Kramer An Object of Beauty: A Novel by Steve Martin My Art, My Life: An Autobiography by Diego Rivera
3rd Thursday of every month Creativity + Sustainability: A Lecture Series @ 7 pm
This lecture series will illustrate the role of creativity and its relation to sustainability at multiple levels of engagement and practice. Talks will feature a range of guest speakers and appeal to teens, adults, artists and non-artists alike. Creativity + Sustainability begins October 20. October 20 November 17 December 15
Introduction: Issues, Myths and Artists Randy Van Antwerp of the Grand Rapids Art Museum will discuss building Michiganâ€™s first green museum Save the date for another exciting lecture!
4th Thursday of every month Art Salon @ 7 pm
Bring an open mind and a tasty snack to this informal yet lively gathering of thoughtful and creative minds. The Art Salon will be a facilitated conversation on contemporary art and practices led by KAC Curator Tami Miller. Art Salon begins October 27.
Every Thursday @ 12 pm Noontime Videos
Noontime Videos is a great way to learn about the historical contexts behind exhibitions in the galleries, expand your knowledge of art historical movements and significant artists. Bring your lunch, enjoy a film and discussion after, plus get to know artist Jodie Hardy as she leads this dynamic series.
Fall Movie Schedule Thursday, October 6 Thursday, October 13 Thursday, October 20 Thursday, October 27
Toulouse-Lautrec Paris: City of Light Art Nouveau 1890-1914 Melies the Magician
Thursday, November 3
Thursday, November 24
Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Caravaggio HollyMarket – No Video Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Bernini KAC CLOSED: Thanksgiving Holiday
Thursday, December 1 Thursday, December 8 Thursday, December 15 Thursday, December 22 Thursday, December 29 Thursday, January 5
Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Rembrandt Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: David Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Tuner Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Van Gogh Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Picasso Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Rothko
Thursday, November 10 Thursday, November 17
Participants explore an artlab installation at the Thursday night artlab artist talk.
Select Thursdays @ 7pm
artlab artist talks (see page 7 for details)
IN THE STUDIOS Letter from Education
A Fine Art Farm camper diligently at work.
From animal sculpture to barnyard architecture, this summer has been a whole lot of Fine Art Farm fun at the KAC. Playing off of the barnyard sculptures in downtown St. Joseph, children have enjoyed a little bit of country throughout our Summer Art Camps. I’d like to extend a big thank you to Kim Wood, this year’s Summer Art Camp Manager, for her incredible enthusiasm, resourcefulness and effective leadership throughout our art camp season. I’d also like to thank our teen counselors, KAC faculty and all of the families who once again supported and participated in our Summer Art Camp. Nice job y’all! Rebecca Hunt, Education Programs Coordinator
Fall Classes September 26 through December 18 Here are some of this fall’s highlights! For full listings and descriptions of classes, see the Fall Class Schedule available at www.krasl.org. Students Abby and Mia exploring wire sculpture.
From Artful Fall to Sculptural Explorations, several new classes for children ages 4-6, 6-9 and 9-12 will take place Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 4-5:30 pm. Children will work with 2-D and 3-D media, explore the galleries and sculpture garden and play games to foster creative art making. A new year-long Portfolio Development class will be offered for teens, beginning Thursday, October 6, 3:30-6 pm. 9th-12th grade students looking to create a class-act visual arts portfolio for college are encouraged to register! Adult workshops include Hand-Knitted Wire Workshop with Joanie Flynn, Oct. 15, 9:30 am -12:30 pm, Nuno Felting with Marilyn Mussman, Oct. 15, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm, and Trash Cams with Andy Sawyer, Oct. 15 and Oct. 22, 10 am - 2 pm.
Holiday Break Shorts Mixed media collage is a favorite part of our Shorts camps.
December 27-29, January 3-5, 2012; 10 am-12 pm Avoid cabin fever by registering children ages 4-6 and 7-12 for Holiday Break Shorts. Classes range from ceramics and paper making to drawing and collage.
School and Community Group Programs
Schools, scouting troops, church groups and more are invited to schedule a docent led tour through the following programs. Tours are customized for each age group, from preschool to adult. For more information or to schedule your tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Understanding Art 90 minute dynamic tours that support each exhibitions in the galleries. Includes art making in the studios related to the artwork on view. $2 per child, tour rates for adults vary. SculpTour 45-60 minute historical tour of the KAC sculpture garden as well as memorials and sculptures along Lake Bluff Park. $45 per tour. Art Touch Hands-on tour of cultural artifacts which travels to you! Cultural kits include: African Odyssey, Ancient Greece, Potawatomi: Keepers of the Fire, Sculpture Alive, Far East Fantasies, Hola Mexico and Discovering Islam. Each 45-60 minute presentation includes a cultural guide book. $45 per presentation + mileage
Kids Art Workshops
Available at each opening reception, children can enjoy exhibition-inspired art making in the studios while guardians attend the reception. Free for families $10 for non-member families Posters, Fans & Songbooks: 19th Century Prints by Toulouse-Lautrec & His Contemporaries; Friday, Sept. 16, 5:30-7pm Flow; Friday, Nov. 18, 5:30-7pm
Family Open Studios (FOS)
Families of all ages are welcome to drop in for a FOS session, the 2nd Sunday of each month (except July), 2-3:30pm. Enjoy exhibition related art explorations in the studios! Sign up for a family membership to attend at a discounted rate! Fee per session: $10 per member family /$25 per non-member
Great Graphics, October 9, Create a classic looking poster
utilizing collaged images, paint or markers, inspired by Toulouse Lautrec.
Water World, November 13, Drip, draw, and paint the afternoon away with water based media, all inspired by the KAC water themed exhibit: Flow, opening November 18. Winter Wonders, December 11, Continue to explore water
based media while making one-of-a kind snowflakes and fresh winter landscape paintings.
KRASL ART CENTER NEWS
Joshua Nowicki Director of Community Relations
The Krasl Art Center is excited to announce the appointment of Joshua Nowicki as the Director of Community Relations. Joshua comes to the Krasl Art Center from the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan where he worked in variety of roles from archivist to marketing and graphic design. As the Director of Community Relations, he is charged with maintaining the organization’s position in the community, and raising awareness about the KAC throughout the region and state. Joshua is looking forward to working with you to ensure that every visit to the KAC is both educational and full of fun and excitement. “Art and museums have always been an important part of my life. . . I am very fortunate and happy to have the opportunity to share my love of both.” During your next visit to the Krasl Art Center please stop in, say hello and welcome him to our community.
TRIPS ArtPrize: Visit & Vote!
Saturday, September 24; Depart KAC at 8:30 am, return 5 pm. Fee: $40 Includes coach fair, gratuity and snacks. Register by September 6 at the Krasl Art Center. Wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing for this walking tour.
Tour the Indianapolis Museum of Art Calvary, American Officers, 1921 by 2010 ArtPrize winner Chris LaPorte
Saturday, October 29, 2011 Email or call Tami Miller, Director of Exhibitions and Collections, for details and RSVP by October 1: email@example.com 269.983.0271 ext. 14
MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS Spotlight on the Volunteer of the Season Anna Petlick, a recent graduate from St. Joseph High School, is the Krasl Art Center Volunteer of the Season. For the past three summers Anna has volunteered as an Education Assistant, helping administer classes and camps, studio maintenance, and creating art projects for children for the KAC birthday program. Anna has also been a wonderful Summer Art Camp counselor for the past two years. Anna’s first involvement with the KAC was as a young girl taking a ceramics class. Her family’s home still affectionately displays her smiling ceramic blueberry pancake. Anna returned to the KAC in 2008 looking for further after school classes to improve her drawing skills, and she soon became family. From precious metal clay to ceramics, Anna says that her learning experiences at the KAC have been ‘really amazing.’ Through her participation as a student, a volunteer and a counselor, Anna has built confidence, gained friendships and has participated in opportunities that have “done so many things to help shape my life.” She’ll be attending Grand Valley State University this fall to study art and art education. We look forward to working with her in the future.
Thank You to The Twin City Players for generously underwriting this newsletter. For information about underwriting and sponsorship opportunities contact Julia Gourley at 269.983.0271.
NEW MEMBERS Krasl Art Center Board of Directors Jacquie Johnson President Jerry Sirk Vice President Paul Fletcher Secretary Vern Breuker Treasurer Marion Manthe Friends’ President Sam Adams Joen Brambilla Rick Dyer Carol Hake Donna Moynihan Barbara Peeples Patrick Schiavone Renee Williams Staff: Julia Gourley Tami Miller
Executive Director Director of Exhibitions and Collections Joshua Nowicki Director of Community Relations Patrice Rose Director of Administration Sara Shambarger Director of Art Fair and Special Events Rebecca Hunt Education Programs Coordinator Danielle Shepherd Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Downing Gift Shop Manager Caryl Meister Office Assistant Sylvia Lieberg Receptionist Brittany Stecker Receptionist Susan Peters Receptionist
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The KAC extends a warm welcome to its newest members: Youth
Kelsey Kestetter Clara Berry Evelyn Mason Kyle Smith Jillian Tunnicliff Gabi Damiecka Mandy Neubauer Andrew Pitts Lauren Sawyer Lily Shasky Katie Tubbs Roman VanEeuwen
Ms. Stephanie Buysse Ms. Mary Koehler Ms. Lisa Sponseller Ms. Linda Foster Ms. Mary Hornish Ms. Pam Kirshenbaum Mrs. Mia Sandin
Ms. Julia Swain Ms. Eva Merrick
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Collins Ms. Tracey Warnock Mr. Dave Anderson Ms. Joyce Bennett Ms. Karen Burlington Ms. Emma Hayword Ms. Amanda Hirsh Mr. & Mrs. Payton Kienitz Ms. Lilac Kordansky Ms. Jill McConnell-Wirth Mr. Michael Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Joe Pflaumer Ms. Lee Ann Pringle Ms. Debra Balbo Mr. & Mrs. Ray Brown Ms. Amy DeLoria Mr. & Mrs. Christian Door Mr. & Mrs. Jim Eaton
Ms. Kelly Gilligan-Latta Mr. Marty Goldrick Mr. & Mrs. Anson Lovellette Ms. Jackie Racine Mr. & Mrs. Roby Sloan Mr. & Mrs. Ben Stockton G. Villane-Phelan Ms. Taia Wagoner Mr. & Mrs. Larry Walker
Ms. Susan Michod Mr. & Mrs. Jay Grinney Michael & Jessica Kinney
Ms. Susan Craw Drs. Peter & Jessica Ho
Ms. Laurie Marshall
Give the Gift of Membership
The holiday season is approaching and we hope you will consider giving a gift of membership to your loved ones this year. Your spouse, children and grandchildren will thank you for a gift that will truly enhance their lives. As the proverb goes: “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he will eat for a lifetime”. This rings very true for the arts; If you give the gift of membership, we will provide an appreciation and passion for art that will last a lifetime. Membership is also an endorsement of our mission, and helps the Krasl Art Center secure funding from corporate, government, and family foundations for programming, exhibitions and operational expenses.
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For more information please contact the Director of Community Relations, Joshua Nowicki at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the reception desk of the the Krasl Art Center and pick up a membership form.
CALENDAR September 16-10/30 Exhibitions: Posters, Fans & Songbooks: 19th century Prints by Toulouse-Lautrec & His Contemporaries and artlab 17 Lecture: Miracle Whip, Purses and Human Rights: Contemporary Art and Advertising, 12 pm 22 Studio Open House Party 6:30 - 8:30 pm 24 ArtPrize trip 26 Fall Classes begin – Dec. 18 October 6 Coffee with the Curator, 11 am 6 Noon Video: Taulouse-Latrec 13 Noon Video: Paris: City of Light 13 Book Discussion: Whose Art is It?, 7 pm 13 George Krasl concert, 7:30 pm 15 Hand Knitted Wire, Nuno Felting and Trash Cams Workshops 20 Noon Video: Art Nouveau 1890-1914 20 Lecture: Creativity + Sustainability, 7 pm 22 Trash Cams Workshop 26 Annual Meeting 6:30 pm 27 Noon Video: Melies the Magician 27 Art Salon, 7 pm 29 Trip: Indianapolis Museum of Art November 3 Coffee with the Curator, 11 am 3 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Caravaggio 4 HollyMarket Preview Party, 5:30-7:30 pm, $15 5-10 HollyMarket, 10:00-4:00 p.m. (12:00-4:00 on Sun.) 7-10 Soup’sOn, 11:30-1:30, $5-$6.50 8 Kids Art Workshop 10 am - 12 pm 10 Book Discussion: An Object of Beauty: A Novel, 7 pm 13 Family Open Studio, 2-3:30 pm 17 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Bernini
17 17 18-1/8 18 23 24
artlab artist talk with Jennifer Rogers, 7 pm Lecture: Creativity + Sustainability, 7 pm Exhibitions: Flow and artlab Opening Reception: Flow & arttlab, 5:30-7:30 pm No evening classes THANKSGIVING, KAC closed; no noon video
December 1 Coffee with the Curator, 11 am 1 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Rembrandt 1-1/8 Exhibition: Flow and artlab 8 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: David 8 Book Discussion: My Art, My Life, 7pm 11 Family Open Studio, 2-3:30 pm 15 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Tuner 15 Lecture: Creativity + Sustainability, 7pm 22 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Van Gogh 22 Art Salon, 7 pm 24 CHRISTMAS EVE, KAC closed 25 CHRISTMAS, KAC closed 27-29 Holiday Break Shorts 10 am-12 pm 29 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Picasso 31 NEW YEAR’S EVE, KAC closes at noon January NEW YEAR’S DAY, KAC closed 3-5 Holiday Break Shorts 10 am-12 pm 5 Coffee with the Curator, 11 am 5 Noon Video: Simon Schama’s The Power of Art: Rothko 23 Winter Term begins
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