Julie Goldstein’s “Virtual Memory”

This last fall, Julie Goldstein, the Professor of Animation, had received an award for her experimental documentary Virtual Memory. At Grand Valley State University, Julie teaches New Media covering topics such as virtual and augmented reality, as well as courses in traditional and 3D animation. As an experimental filmmaker, she uses her work to start …

Introducing VMA: Printmaking

At Grand Valley State University, the Printmaking emphasis is one of the nine fine arts programs that are offered within the Visual Media Arts Department. The program is structured by an extensive curriculum that provides students with a series of courses, beginning at an introductory level and expanding further into more advanced classes and concepts. …

The Land: The Art of Bill Hosterman and Ed Wong-Ligda

The Land, now showing at the Muskegon Museum of Art, unites of the work of Grand Valley State University’s Associate Professor Bill Hosterman and, now retired, Professor Ed Wong-Ligda. The exhibit is an ongoing project that shares the independent work of each artist and invites viewers to explore the ways in which we visualize and …

Ox-Bow Fellowship Program

For over twenty years, Ox-Bow, School of Art and Artists’ Residency has provided students from Grand Valley State University with the opportunity to participate in its prestigious Fellowship Program. Found in 1910 and operating for more than a hundred years, Ox-Bow is an internationally known and accredited, nonprofit organization that is affiliated with the School …

Endless Possibilities

Beginning September 14th, the NOMAD gallery will be hosting a GVSU Visual Media Arts, unified faculty show. The exhibition, titled Endless Possibilities, will begin with an opening reception at 6pm.  The NOMAD Gallery was founded by Richard App, the former owner of the Richard App Gallery and an alumnus of Kendall College of Art and Design. …