Arts

Lincoln and Booth World Premiere Poster
Eastern New Mexico University / Eastern New Mexico University

This week on Great Art at Eastern John Olsen interviews Patrick McCreary about the upcoming play Lincoln and Booth:  In Search of Better Angels.  A world premier collaboration between professional actor Patrick McCreary and KENW to benefit the newly proposed 2017 Summer Performing Arts Academy for Young People.  Patrick talks about his love of history and how doing this multimedia production with KENW allows him to do two parts on the same stage.

This week on great art at Eastern, John Olsen interviews Bryan Hahn about the upcoming art installation Napkin Doodles.  Brian talks about how this is a multi-department project that stretches all over the Eastern campus as paper napkins were given out to various students and faculty members to doodle, draw, and write on to let their imaginations run wild.

Brian talked about why this art installation is interesting and informative about the creative process as in instillation is going to be ever changing as more napkins are added to it.

John Olsen this week speaks with Bryan Hahn about the upcoming art installation at the University Theatre Center: entitled “Face It”.

On Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 ENMU Art Alumni Eduardo Alvarez, Dalton Banister, Heather Hancock and Anastasia Lutnesky returned to campus to create portraits and caricatures of ENMU students and staff. The work these four artists created during their campus visit is featured in a Runnels Gallery exhibition hosted by the University Theatre Center, Department of Theatre and Digital Filmmaking.