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07may(may 7)1:00 am03sep(sep 3)1:00 amCeramics by Alisa (Al) Holen Exhibition(may 7) 1:00 am - (september 3) 1:00 am Evansville Museum 411 S.E. Riverside Drive Evansville

Time

May 7 (Sunday) 1:00 am - September 3 (Sunday) 1:00 am

Location

Evansville Museum 411 S.E. Riverside Drive Evansville

Event Details

Assistant chair of the department of art and an assistant professor of ceramics at the University of Southern Indiana, Alisa (Al) Holen is a consistent award winner in regional competitions. Her ceramics will be exhibited in the John Streetman Alcove from May 7 – September 3.

When asked about what influenced her to become an artist, Al Holen tells the story that, growing up, she didn’t know that dads watched football on weekends. She thought dads went to the art studio on the weekends. Her father, the sculptor Norman D. Holen, was a professor of art at Ausberg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She recalls that there was always clay at their house and father and daughter would work side by side making art.

Holen holds a Bachelor of Art degree from Ausberg College, a Master’s degree in ceramics and a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture with a ceramic emphasis from the University of Iowa. She is active as a presenter in the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference and is involved in many local arts activities including founding Empty Bowls Evansville.

24jul(jul 24)1:00 am30sep(sep 30)1:00 amFeaturedEclipse 2017: The Exhibition(july 24) 1:00 am - (september 30) 1:00 am Evansville Museum

Time

July 24 (Monday) 1:00 am - September 30 (Saturday) 1:00 am

Location

Evansville Museum

411 S.E. Riverside Drive Evansville, Indiana 47713-1098

Event Details

This exhibition is made possible with a generous grant from the Bower-Suhrheinrich FoundationEclipse 2017: The Exhibition, an exhibit in the Evansville Visitor and Convention Bureau Center for History and Science open until September 30, 2017. A unique science exhibition which should be of interest to anyone wanting to learn more about and details on viewing one of nature’s most spectacular astronomical events: a Total Solar Eclipse!
This informative display uses scale models, illustrated graphics and interactive exhibits to convey both the wonder and science of the total eclipse. The display includes a short video presentation on viewing  the eclipse, items you can make to safely view the sun, eclipse photographs and a brief history of solar eclipses.