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March 2, 2009 • Posted in

Harrington participates in fund-raising project

Clarksville, Ark. --- Tammy Harrington, associate professor of art, recently participated in the "Shine a Light on Literacy" fund-raising project held at the Governor's Mansion in Little Rock on Feb. 19. Dozens of Arkansas artists volunteered their time and talent to embellish individual lamps in a variety of artistic styles. These lamps were available for […]

April 17, 2008 • Posted in

Senior Art Exhibits Scheduled in Stephens Gallery

Clarksville, Ark. -- Works by five Ozarks senior art majors will be on display in the Stephens Gallery during April and May. University of the Ozarks senior art majors (from left) Katie Lamb, Stephen Valcik, Katherine Saxton, Kristen Higgens and Matt McKenzie display some of their art work that will be showcased in a pair […]

March 6, 2008 • Posted in

Harrington’s artwork on display at U of O

Clarksville, Ark. --- University of the Ozarks assistant professor of art Tammy Harrington will display her exhibit titled "Maternal Transformation" as the Artist of the Month for March at the university's Stephens Gallery. Harrington, who has been at U of O since 2002, earned her B.A. from the University of South Dakota and her M.F.A. […]

August 13, 2007 • Posted in

Professor’s artwork on display

Clarksville, Ark. -- University of the Ozarks assistant professor of art Tammy Harrington has a piece of artwork that is currently on display as part of the Art Across Arkansas project in the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock. Harrington’s artwork is a linoleum relief print titled Sustenance and is part of the Art Is […]

January 30, 2007 • Posted in

Ozarks student shows artwork in area cafe

Freshman artist works in numerous media. CLARKSVILLE, ARK. (Jan. 30, 2007) -- University of the Ozarks art student Ashley Burgos will display several of her artworks at Arsaga’s Expresso Cafe, 2418 North Gregg Avenue in Fayetteville, from February 4 to March 4. The show will include pieces in watercolors, oils, acrylics, multimedia, pencil and pen […]

January 29, 2007 • Posted in

Harrington to showcase exhibit in campus gallery

Clarksville, Ark. --- Russellville artist Neal Harrington will present the art exhibit "Hard Travelin' Man --- A Visual Ballad in Linoleum" as the featured Artist of the Month for February at the University of the Ozarks' Stephen Gallery. Harrington is an assistant professor of art and gallery director at Arkansas Tech University. He earned his […]

January 10, 2007 • Posted in

Ozarks student shows works in local art show

Art major presents several mixed media pieces as she prepares for a teaching career. CLARKSVILLE, ARK. (Jan. 10, 2006) -- An Ozarks student’s unique creations will be one of the attractions at Bang!Creative Explosion, an art festival held this weekend in Fort Smith. Laura Hill, a senior art major from Ozark, Ark., plans to present […]

November 16, 2006 • Posted in

Student artist to display works in campus gallery

Clarksville, Ark. --- University of the Ozarks senior art major Laura Hill Simpson of Ozark, Ark., will present her senior art exhibit from Dec. 1 through Dec. 14 in the Walton Fine Arts Center on the Ozarks campus. Simpson’s exhibit is titled “From Beneath the Veil: Envisioning an Emerging Identity.” There will be a reception […]

April 28, 2006 • Posted in

O’Connor to present Senior Art Exhibit at U of O

Clarksville, Ark. --- University of the Ozarks senior Gina O'Connor of Clarksville will present a Senior Art Exhibit titled "Here and Gone: A Vestibule of Enchanted Dreams" from May 5-13 in the Walton Fine Arts Center on the U of O campus. O’Connor’s art is both two and three dimensional primarily using raku in ceramics […]

December 2, 2004 • Posted in

U of O students present Senior Art Show Dec. 9-17

Clarksville, Ark. ---University of the Ozarks students Jamie Johnson and Maria Jose Garcia will showcase an exhibit of their artwork at a Senior Art Show, scheduled for Dec. 9-17 in the Stephens Art Gallery, located in the Walton Fine Arts Center on the Ozarks campus. The exhibit, titled “Natural Vision,” will include various mediums, including […]