Retrospective by Wright State art professor emeritus Ron Geibert features Orwellian themes
"Four Decades," a retrospective of the work of Wright State art professor emeritus Ron Geibert, is on display in the Stein Galleries through Oct. 21.
Wright State art historian Caroline Hillard wins prestigious Harvard fellowship to write a book on the Renaissance
Caroline Hillard, associate professor of art and art history, will spend a year in Florence, Italy, researching the Etruscan influence on the Renaissance.
Late hours helped Wright State senior Caroline Lawson develop her painting skills
Fine art major Caroline Lawson's artwork has been displayed in the Wright State Stein Galleries, at ArtsGala and the Dayton Visual Arts Center.
Wright State art students to display work at Dayton Art Institute as part of prestigious Yeck fellowship program
Wright State students Matthew Helton, Nanci Payne and Nancy Shuler will have their artwork displayed at the Dayton Art Institute from May 10 through Aug. 19.